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NHC Education Programs build bridges between the academic world and the working classroom, addressing both classic and contemporary aspects of the humanities.

From The Sixties To Now: Using Music to Explore Issues of Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Contemporary American History (SPR20)

Explore digital literacy through a humanities lens. Discuss how online media has evolved, and how it can be brought to life in a classroom setting.

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Cut The Bull! How the Humanities Can Help Develop Critical Media Literacy (SPR 2020)

Explore digital literacy through a humanities lens. Discuss how online media has evolved, and how it can be brought to life in a classroom setting.

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The Where of Why: GIS in the Humanities Classroom (SMR20)

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