Folklore | PUBLIC ARTS TRADITIONAL ARTS INDIANA
F402 | 9504 | Carpenter


Authorization is required to register for this course.

Field School: An intensive, three-week course (June 11-July 1, 2000), in
residence at Indiana University Bloomington, for schoolteachers, museum
curators, librarians, local historians, community activists, university
students-anyone with a strong interest in cultural documentation.  Content:
Participants will explore and document the history and current role of the
town square in the cultural, economic, social, and political life of those
who live in Bloomington and those who visit.  Sessions will include
demonstrations, lectures, guest speakers, opportunities for developing
photographic and fieldwork skills.  Goal: Learn about, practice and apply
techniques of cultural documentation: project planning, interviewing, still
photography, ethnographic writing, research ethics, archiving, computer
applications, and strategies for community-building.

For more information and application forms, contact Dr. Inta Carpenter, IU
Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology, (812) 855-8049, email:
carpente@indiana.edu.