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Contributed by: Katharine Fernstrom

Anthropology 209. Anthropology of American Culture. Katharine Fernstrom

The Service Learning opportunity is offered in conjunction with Anthropology 209, Anthropology of American Culture. The Service Learning component is optional and requires the student to work in the community in the field of public art for a minimum of 15 hours during the semester. The instructor has arranged partnerships with Baltimore-based arts organizations including Art With A Heart and Towson ARTS Collective. Students who do not choose the Service Learning option are required to do an extended library research project. Contact the instructor to see whether a specific section of Anth 209 has been designated a Service Learning Course.

Learning Course: Anthropology 209. Anthropology of American Culture.
Project Timeframe: Spring 2012, ongoing 2012-2013

Categories:
Arts & Culture, Civic Involvement, Diversity & Multiculturalism

Audience/Participants:
General Community, TU Faculty/Staff, Non-Profit, TU Students


Contact Information
Katharine Fernstrom
kfernstrom@towson.edu

Other TU Collaborators:
Towson ARTS Collective

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