This course introduces learners to applied public history: understanding and interpreting the past today, and engaging diverse communities in the practice of making and sharing histories. The course draws on project case studies, expert insights and diverse perspectives to model exciting approaches to researching and sharing the history of places and people. Learners will develop a toolkit to apply in their own practice, by participating in discussion, quizzes, creative activities and mini masterclasses.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM APPLIED PUBLIC HISTORY: PLACES, PEOPLE, STORIES
I just will say that it worth every minute spent! Very inspiring, clear, interesting. Lot of examples. Boosts creativity even in such academic discipline as history. Beautiful speakers!
Very interesting perspectives. I would have liked more that related to small scale rural projects that could be undertaken with limited human and economic resources.
A very engaging course for anyone interested in public history. Helps in thinking creatively and about considering who is missing from your audience.
Awesome course for those who really want to change the perspective towards the application pf human science in daily life.
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