Daren Salter

B.A. (English/Creative Writing and History), University of California, Davis; M.A. (U.S. History), San Francisco State University; A.B.D. (US History), University of Washington.

Daren taught at Brandeis Hillel Day School in San Francisco before moving to Seattle to pursue a doctoral degree in U.S. History at the UW. As a graduate student specializing in the history of labor and civil rights, Daren taught undergraduate courses on American slavery, American film history, and the history of class and labor in the United States. He also served as associate editor of the Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project, a public history website sponsored by UW’s Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies. In his time at NWS, Daren has taught at every Upper School grade level. He currently team-teaches the 10th grade Humanities as well as two senior electives, a Comparative Literature course on the theme of social alienation and a Humanities course on popular music and political protest. Daren enjoys playing with his three children, reading, guitar, and basketball.

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