The Digital History Bundle
The democratic potential of digital media aptly connects it to social change, and this bundle connects broad theories of communication to knowledge of social movements, and envisions the Internet as a place for activism and social justice.
This bundle prepares students to use social networks to challenge mainstream narratives, present alternative viewpoints, open up minds and public debate about issues that are often ignored, overlooked, or wilfully misrepresented. Any student interested in working with nonprofits, charities, issue-based advocacy groups or non-government organizations would benefit from this bundle.
The Digital History* bundle includes the following five courses:
COMM 4412/5412 Performing History
COMM 4556/5556 Interactive Digital Visualization
HIST 1010 Introduction to the Study of History
HIST 4010/5010 Introduction to Public History
HIST 4020/5020 Introduction to Museum Studies
*Effective Fall 2016, pending Board of Regents approval.
The Digital History bundle is offered through the History and Communication Studies Departments.
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