Public Humanities

The John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage’s innovative MA program, engaged research, and professional development workshops help students, practitioners and communities make the humanities meaningful and accessible.

Subcollections (4)

  • Fox Point Project Thumbnail

    Since 2008, students from the Brown Center for Public Humanities have worked with Professor Anne Valk on collaborative projects to preserve and present the cultural heritage and social history of the Fox Point neighborhood. An archival collection of oral history ...

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  • John Nicholas Brown ... Thumbnail

    This collection contains syllabi of courses associated with the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage.

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  • Mashapaug Pond Thumbnail

    Mashapaug Pond and Reservoir Triangle Collection This collection contains oral history interviews, images, and research materials gathered by Brown University students. The project seeks to uncover personal stories related to the natural, social, and cultural history of Mashapaug Pond (Providence ...

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  • Public Work: a ... Thumbnail

    This collection houses the archived audio files for each episode of Public Work, a podcast based out of Brown University’s John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage.

    Public Work was created and co-produced by Amelia Golcheski ...

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