HIST 3075: Urban African American History in the 20th Century
MWF 12:20-1:15
The course examines the forces, events, and demographic movements that shaped the development of racially isolated, low-income African American communities in American cities in the 20th century, starting in the 19th century and continuing through the last 20 to 30 years of 20th century, with attention to trends in race, residence, and employment.  It will look at the interaction between black efforts for self-determination, public policy choices at the local, state, and federal levels, and the actions of private individuals and organizations, all of which helped to shape the residential and economic environments experienced by urban African Americans.

HIST 6010: Public History Practicum

This course offers a practical orientation to and exploration of various fields encompassed under the rubric "public history," approached through specific team projects in conjunction with local organizations. Students will develop a museum exhibit, short publication, or other historical product examining an aspect of Cincinnati history with a view to the end product being available to the general public or to be turned over to a museum or other organization to expand into a professionally finished product.