Topics in Public History: Publics, Projects, and Methods in Digital Public History is a Fall 2020 graduate-level course taught by Jim McGrath for Northeastern University’s History Department.
Due to the pandemic this course will be taught remotely by me this semester, and students enrolled can make use of our course Canvas site and Slack workspace to access readings and assignment prompts not found on this website. I would normally just create this course site (as I do with previous courses), but some elements of online learning require and benefit from more extensive use of Canvas this time around.
If you’re not in the course, I’m happy to answer questions you might have about it!
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via Twitter (@JimMc_Grath).
Northeastern graduate students, Plus Ones, or upper-level undergrads, feel free to email me if you’re reading this in September 2020 and you’re interested in joining us!
Additional information on my teaching (and links to public-facing course sites) can be found on the “Teaching” section of my personal website.
Citation for this course
McGrath, Jim. Topics in Public History: Publics, Projects, and Methods in Digital Public History. Fall 2020. Northeastern University History Department, Northeastern University. Boston, MA. Web. [Access Date].
Topics in Public History: Publics, Projects, and Methods in Digital Public History Fall 2020 Syllabus by Jim McGrath is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Student work is intellectual property of students and should be treated as such and properly attributed.