Monthly Archives: December 2018

intro 2.0

Hi Monica! A few thoughts for you as you develop the syllabus for Introduction to Public Humanities: Readings that must stay (or, readings I found to be incredibly important): Silencing the Past (or some portion of it, to encourage a … Continue reading

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Recommendations for 2019

Some reflections on and recommendations for Intro to Public Humanities: I have really enjoyed the variety in both the tone and content of our readings. I would recommend maintaining an even mix of both theoretical and applied readings, perhaps with … Continue reading

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Suggestions for Intro 2019

Dear Professor Martinez, I enjoyed my time in the Introduction to Public Humanities class, here are some of the things I appreciated: —Having to do an interview with an alumni from the program was super interesting and helpful. During my … Continue reading

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Recommendations for Introduction to Public Humanities, from a student perspective

At the completion of the Intro to Public Humanities course, I’m confident in my understanding of the scope and breadth of the subject, willing to say if something is public humanities or not, and find myself applying the lens of … Continue reading

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Suggestions

Professor Martinez, A few thoughts about Intro: I enjoyed our readings about non-museum public humanities work and would have welcomed more. I’m particularly interested in the National Park Service’s historic interpretation work, which could fit in nicely with other people’s … Continue reading

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Suggestions for 2019 Intro

Learned a lot from Intro this semester, and looking forward to more interesting classes/projects for the next semester. Here are some feedbacks and suggestions for 2019 Intro. I’d love to know more about public humanities work is in different settings, … Continue reading

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Suggestions

I really enjoyed theorizing “the public” and found doing so a useful way to build a critical self-consciousness of the field that we could use when actually turning to our practical work with the public. I think the most important … Continue reading

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The suggestions for intro class 2019

During this semester, l learned a lot from this class, and our class shared a lot of different opinions from different cultural backgrounds. Here are my suggestions for intro class in 2019:  1. More diversity of this class: I want … Continue reading

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Suggestions for 2019 Intro Class

The Intro Class has served to offer a solid foundation in the studying of public humanities. We get to learn about various aspects in the broad field. And here are some pieces of suggestions I have for the class next year. … Continue reading

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Intro to Public Humanities 2019

1. Keep the interview with an alumni assignment in the syllabus. This program has a robust, active alumni network that serves as an incredible resource for prospective, current, and former public humans- this assignment helps students become part of that … Continue reading

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