HISD25H3: Oral History and Urban Change

An applied research methods course that introduces students to the methods and practice of Oral history, the history of Scarborough, the field of public history and community-based research. A critical part of the class will be to engage in fieldwork related to designing and conducting oral history interviews.
Canadian Area

Any 8.0 credits, including [0.5 credit at the A- or B-level in HIS courses] and [0.5 credit at the C-level in HIS courses]
WSTC02H3 (if taken in Fall 2013), CITC10H3 (if taken in Fall 2013), (HISC28H3), WSTD10H3, HISD44H3 (if taken in Fall 2013)
History, Philosophy and Cultural Studies
Partnership-Based Experience