HIST-324 Pennsylvania's Pasts and Their Publics
This course examines Pennsylvania history by considering how the state's past can be conveyed via diverse media for multiple audiences. Students analyze the political and social history of the colonial, early republic, and industrial eras while considering the experiences of a diverse set of historical actors who co-existed in what is now Pennsylvania. The course features research projects that move beyond the traditional paper format and take the form of museum exhibits, walking tours, and interactive digital media. Students may not receive credit for both HIST-324 and HIST-322. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing and one 100-level history course or instructor's permission. 4 SH. CC: Interdisciplinary.