Over the past five years, a growing number of IU faculty have employed Reacting to the Past in their classrooms.
- In his courses taught in the Honors College, Italian Professor Marco Arnaudo has used his own role-playing game, The Fate of Mary Stuart and the RTTP game, Kentucky, 1861: Loyalty, State, and Nation.
- Teaching in History, PACE, and the Intensive Freshman Seminar (IFS) program, Professor Alex Lichtenstein has used the Struggle for Civil Rights, both as an IFS course and an eight-week regular semester course.
- English Professor John Lucaites has played The Threshold of Democracy: Athens in 403 BCE in his Honors College courses.
- Professor Lisa-Marie Napoli, who teaches in PACE, has used the Greenwich Village, 1913: Suffrage, Labor, and the New Woman game in her IFS courses.
- Philosophy Professor Sandra Shapshay used the Rousseau, Burke, and Revolution in France, 1791 game with her Leadership and Philosophy class.
- Professor Carl Weinberg, who teaches in History, PACE, and LAMP, has taught Diet and Killer Diseases: the 1976 McGovern Committee Hearings in his L416 class and the Struggle for Civil Rights as an IFS course.
Please contact your colleagues to hear more about their experiences with RTTP at IUB.