CHID 490 B: Research Seminar

Spring 2022
Meeting:
TTh 10:30am - 12:20pm / MEB 102
SLN:
12348
Section Type:
Seminar
Instructor:
RESEARCH SEMINAR, (UN)SILENCING THE PAST (VLPA, I&S) - THIS RESEARCH SEMINAR IS DESIGNED TO HELP STUDENTS CONCEPTUALIZE, DEVELOP, AND SIGNIFICANT RESEARCH PROJECTS IN A SINGLE QUARTER. THIS YEAR, WE WILL ASK: HOW DO CERTAIN FORMS OF HISTORICAL MEMORIALIZATION ACTIVELY OBSCURE AND SILENCE THE PAST (E.G. CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS)? HOW CAN WE COMPLICATE DOMINANT HISTORIES AND GENERATE ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF HISTORICAL MEMORY THROUGH CRITICAL ATTENTION TO PLACES, OBJECTS, AND INSTITUTIONS? STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP SHARED INTELLECTUAL FRAMEWORKS AND PURSUE INDIVIDUAL TOPICS THAT ARE MEANINGFUL TO THEM. - CONTACT NICK BARR FOR ADD CODES NICKBARR@UW.EDU
Catalog Description:
Intensive readings in specific topic. Students complete individual research projects. Satisfies the CHID senior thesis requirement for students who declared the CHID major prior to Summer 2014. Prerequisite: CHID 390.
GE Requirements Met:
Social Sciences (SSc)
Arts and Humanities (A&H)
Credits:
5.0
Status:
Active
Last updated:
July 19, 2024 - 5:28 pm