AH3393: Where History Comes Alive: Museums & Monuments in Washington, D.C.
This intensive one-week seminar examines the major monuments, memorials, and museums of Washington, D.C. as well as their social, political, and historical significance. Topics include: foundation of our democracy, presidential memorials, national memorials, historical collections and archives, art museums and galleries.
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Dates: July 8–12, 2013
Registration deadline: June 1, 2013
Cost: $3,100 (undergraduate credit) or $1,950 (audit)
• Daily continental breakfast
• Metrorail farecard
• Admission to all venues
Airfare, hotel, dinner, and lunch as well as ground transportation to/from airport are not included.
This course is also offered for graduate credit as AH6393: Where History Comes Alive: Museums & Monuments in Washington, D.C.
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