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This virtual walking tour will explore how history is remembered in the cultural landscape of Chicago. From monuments and murals to historic buildings and the lakefront, the seminar will interrogate how the city remembers certain events and people, and how other histories are actively silenced. The seminar will take advantage of technology to travel the city, compare past and present cityscapes, and draw connections across place and time.
Four sessions. Registration – $170
Rachel Boyle, PhD, is a historian, consultant, and co-founder of Omnia History, a public history collaborative dedicated to using the past to promote social change.
A selection of shorter materials distributed by the instructor.
For the first session, please read the provided excerpt from Joshua A.T. Salzmann's Liquid Capital: Making the Chicago Waterfront (a digital file of this reading will be sent with the email confirming your registration).
Registration opens at 9 am (CST) on Wednesday, January 13th. Newberry Associates members at the Literati level and above will have access to early registration beginning January 7 at 10am. Learn more about membership benefits and becoming a Newberry Associate.
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We offer a 10% discount to members, seniors, and students.
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This seminar is part of the Newberry’s Adult Education Seminars Program. Learn more about registering for a seminar, program policies, or teaching a seminar.