The Departments of Anthropology, Art, History, and Music offer an interdisciplinary minor in Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies which gives students education and experience in the field of historic preservation and cultural heritage studies aimed at the protection and enhancement of archaeological, historical, and architectural resources. The minor provides focused preparation for graduate study and/or employment in museums; preservation, conservation, and other cultural non-profit organizations; and public cultural agencies.
Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHP)
CHP 200. Special Topics. (1-3 h)
Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies topics of special interest. Topic varies with instructor. May be repeated for credit.
CHP 300. Internship. (3 h)
Internship in the community that involves both hands-on experience and academic study in the broad field of cultural heritage and preservation studies. To be arranged in advance with the program coordinator. P - POI.
Director, Associate Professor of History Lisa Blee
Elizabeth Clendinning - Assistant Professor of Music
Chanchal Dadlani - Associate Professor of Art History
Thomas Frank - University Professor
Andrew Gurstelle - Assistant Teaching Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Museum of Anthropology
Stephanie Koscak - Associate Professor of History
Morna O'Neill - Associate Professor of Art History
John Ruddiman - Associate Professor of History
Paul Thacker - Associate Professor of Anthropology