Students and guests listen to an HSPH project presentation in the Liberal Arts Engagement Hub.


HSPH engages archives, museums, historic sites and landscapes, material culture, intangible heritage, and architecture in community-engaged and public interpretation.

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What Sets Our Program Apart?

Driven to advance social justice, the Heritage Studies and Public History (HSPH) graduate program addresses the critical need for diversity and inclusion in the heritage fields, both in terms of the pasts that are represented and in the practitioners that are employed.

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College Resources for Graduate Students

Visit CLA’s website for graduate students to learn about collegiate funding opportunities, student support, career services, and more.

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