HSPH 8001: Who Owns the Past? Common Concerns and Big Questions in Heritage and Public History

3 Credits

Course offers a survey through case studies of the common concerns, concepts and ethics of heritage and public history. Students will learn about the history and social contexts of heritage studies and public history, the stakes and stakeholders, and the conflicts and positive interventions that can be made through the work of these affiliated professions.

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