CRN:11460 -- Public History -- Public History explores how history museums, especially Colonial Williamsburg, present history and make it meaningful today. The course uses current issues of society, politics, and race to interpret institutions that purport to speak to the collective identity of Americans through such media as exhibitions, performances, books, film, and digital communications. This course is sponsored by NIAHD.
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*indicates course can be a pre or co-req
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Course Dates:
09/01/2021 - 12/21/2021
Course Meeting
Days:R, Time:1400-1650
Place: Wren Building--Room:204