Courses

The Brown Center for Public Humanities lists courses under the American Studies rubric: AMST.   Our flexible program draws on Brown University's open curriculum.  Elective courses can be selected from approved 1000 and 2000 level courses offered at Brown, the Rhode Island School of Design, and the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.  Please visit Brown's course catalogue for a complete listing of course offerings.

The Center is sponsoring the following courses in 2015-2016:

Course Title Instructor Days/Times/Location
FALL 2015
AMST 1510 (CRN 15011) Museum Collecting and Collection Steve Lubar T Th 1:00-2:20 NBH Seminar Room
AMST2650 (CRN 15016) Introduction to Public Humanities Steve Lubar W 3:00-5:30 NBH Seminar Room
AMST 2653 (CRN 16252) Public Art: History, Theory, and Practice Janet Zweig
M 1:30-5:30 NBH Seminar Room
AMST 2655 (CRN 16884) Against Invisibility:  Robert Lee T Th 10:30-11:50 Seminar Room
AMST 2696  The Promise of Informal Learning Jaclyn Delamatre T 2:30-5:00 Seminar Room
ETHN 1890M (CRN 15918) Eating Local in Indian Country Elizabeth Hoover T Th 2:30-3:50
GRAD-015G-01 (RISD) The Artist and the Museum (Registration Information) Debra Balken W 9:30-12:30  Loc:TBA
SPRING 2016
AMST1903Z (CRN 24161) Shrine, House or Home: Rethinking the House Museum Paradigm Ron Potvin T 4:00-6:30 NBH Seminar Room
AMST2540 (CRN 25463) Methods in Public Humanities Susan Smulyan T Th 9:00-10:20 NBH Seminar Room
AMST2697 Museum Interpretation Practices Sarah Ganz Blythe TBA

 

 Register for GRAD-015G-01 (The Artist and the Museum) via RISD cross-registration.  Useful links:

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