The master’s program in public humanities provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for jobs in museums, historical societies, state and federal humanities and cultural agencies, and historic preservation and community cultural organizations. Drawing on the resources at Brown and the Rhode Island School of Design, the program addresses a diverse range of organizations, media, and subject matter, combining courses in humanities disciplines with hands-on learning. By combining the ideas and traditions of diverse communities with the methods and skills of humanities scholars, students in the M.A. program help broaden the ways that Americans understand their cultural heritage.
Undergraduate degree in a related field; work experience in public humanities or related field is desirable.
Recipient: Brown University
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