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Danielle Holtz

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Danielle Holtz on Ways to Demonstrate Understanding

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

CTD Assistant Coordinator, Danielle Holtz, explains how students can demonstrate understanding in the virtual classroom.

15 May 2021

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RTA – ELECTION SPECIAL WITH DR. DANIELLE HOLTZ

Reconcile the Aisle on Radio Misfits

This bonus episode gets us ready for the election in 2020 — and beyond! The lessons in this episode apply to the Democratic process overall. Danielle Holtz is a historian of US political culture, intellectual history,and US foreign policy, Dr. Holtz focuses on conservatism and white supremacy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She is currently working on a book manuscript about racial nationalism and American politics based on her dissertation, “’Who Are the True Conservatives?’: A Critical History of American Conservatism in the Nineteenth Century.” She received her PhD in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. She also served as the assistant editor for the Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, published in 2013. To catch up with our guest: Twitter: @daniholtz In this episode we speak about: Dissidents have existed throughout US history, but have been written out of the historical record. Democracy takes work. If we don’t do the work we get fascism. Donald Trump is our era’s James Buchanan. Election interference can signal an end of democracy. How caring for each other is part of the work.

30 Oct 2020

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RTA – How to Convince People to Take COVID-19 Seriously With Dr. Danielle Holtz (Recorded March 20th, 2020)

Reconcile the Aisle on Radio Misfits

“I don’t think people understand the number of people we’re going to bury before this thing is over.” — Dr. Dani Holtz Today I interviewed Dr. Danielle Holtz. Danielle Holtz is the Postdoctoral Fellow at Oregon State University’s Center for the Humanities. As a historian of US political culture, intellectual history,and US foreign policy, Dr. Holtz focuses on conservatism and white supremacy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. She is currently working on a book manuscript about racial nationalism and American politics based on her dissertation, “’Who Are the True Conservatives?’: A Critical History of American Conservatism in the Nineteenth Century.” She received her PhD in History from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017. She also served as the assistant editor for the Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, published in 2013. To catch up with our guest: Twitter: @daniholtz In this episode we speak about: How media bubbles affect who knows what about the COVID-19 How to convince people who are not taking the pandemic seriously The danger of white supremacy spreading in our time of crisis [EP110]

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25 Mar 2020

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Danielle Holtz's Message to Parents on the Importance of Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

CTD Summer Program Coordinator, Danielle Holtz's, message to parents on the importance of social-emotional learning (SEL) skills beyond school.

29 May 2018

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Danielle Holtz Describes a CTD Robotics Course and How it Relates to Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

CTD Summer Program Coordinator, Danielle Holtz, describes a CTD robotics course and how it relates to social-emotional learning (SEL).

1min

29 May 2018

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Danielle Holtz Discusses the Skills Learned in Schools Supporting Social-Emotional Learning (SEL)

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

CTD Summer Program Coordinator, Danielle Holtz, discusses the skills learned in schools supporting social-emotional learning.

1min

29 May 2018

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CTD's Danielle Holtz on Meeting the Needs of Students from a Social-Emotional Learning Perspective

Center for Talent Development at Northwestern University

CTD's Danielle Holtz on meeting the needs of students from a social-emotional learning (SEL) perspective, with a focus on the CASEL competencies.

1min

29 May 2018