Subject: History
Credit units: 3
Offered: Either Spring or Summer
College: Arts and Science
Department: History


The course will take shape around intensive workshops organized into modules representing distinct aspects of community-engaged historical research. Students will attend discussions, engage in workshop related events and do assigned readings. Some days classes will be broken up by visits to specific sites in Saskatoon and elsewhere. Students will be expected to read for each class, engage in discussions, work effectively in methods workshops, and prepare a proposal for a community-engaged research project. A sub-set of the students taking HIST 314.3 each year will be subsequently employed through the History Department’s “Collaboratorium” to conduct historical community-engaged research. For these students, research project proposals will necessarily be explored with the project partners in mind. For other students, the project proposals will be developed in close consultation with the course supervisor and instructors of modules.

Prerequisite(s): 3 credit units 200-level HIST; or 60 credit units of university studies; or by permission of the instructor.

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