Special Collections & Archives welcomes the opportunity to partner with faculty members to use our materials to enhance the undergraduate learning experience. Engagement with primary source material inspires original scholarship, enhances critical thinking skills, and provides a unique opportunity to deepen students’ knowledge and appreciation of a subject. Whether for a one-time classroom session or a semester-long collaboration, we would be happy to discuss areas in which our collections can intersect with your course material.
In recent semesters, we have partnered with faculty in History, Religion, Media & Communication, Art, Anthropology, and others to engage students with primary source material.
- COM 231: Documentary Research
- FYS 149: The Power of Maps
- HIS 385: Parades, Riots, and Mass Movements
- Cluster 1715: Paper & Ink: Art & History of the Book
- HIS 435-80: Disease and Medicine