HST 382 - Chicago History Museum Experience

Experience history in Chicago. The course is taught by a Chicago History Museum (CHM) curator/archivist and takes place at the CHM. Expect group work and field trips. Students develop skills and knowledge relevant to public history careers, and will gain a firm conceptual understanding of public history historiography, and of how the Chicago History Museum does public history. Students apply this knowledge to class discussions, assignments, and actual museum projects. Class Notes: Please view the class details for additional important information about this class. Taught at Chicago History Museum. Enrollment Requirements: A C- or better in HST 199 (or HST 298) or instructor consent is a prerequisite for this course. Requirement Designation: Experiential Learning.
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