Hartford: The Capital of Yankee Ingenuity presented by Craig Hotchkiss, Education Manager at the Mark Twain House & Museum
Aug 14, 2013
Craig Hotchkiss, Education Manager of the Mark Twain House & Museum since 2007, will explore how Hartford was an economic dynamo that served as a vanguard for the creation of modern America and how all of its newly established benefits and shortcomings inspired Mark Twain to write A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. The classic Twain tale that comments on the material progress and moral dilemmas of the American experiment. Hotchkiss holds a B.A. in American History from Bates College, an M.A. in Educational Psychology from the University of Connecticut, a Sixth Year Certificate in World History and an M.A. in American Studies, both from Trinity College.
||Free with museum admission
New Britain Museum of American Art
56 Lexington St
New Britain, CT
|Contact name||Heather Whitehouse|
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