Spring 2013 graduate course in

Battlefield Preservation

Instructor: Dr. Walter L. Powell

Course: HIS594: Battlefield Preservation (Restricted to graduate students. Undergraduate students must have History Department approval.)

When: Saturdays, January 26–May 10, 2013, 9 am –12 pm

Where: Federal Pointe Inn, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (plus field trips to Valley Forge, Fort Ligonier, and the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville)

Tuition and Fees: $1,581 (PA Resident); $2,256 (Non-resident)

This graduate-level Applied History course will use lectures, class discussion, field trips, and individual projects to explore how fields of conflict have been commemorated and preserved, and to examine the history, theory, and practice of battlefield preservation from the 18th century through the “War on Terror.” 

Dr. Walter L. Powell, is an author, lecturer, and historic preservation consultant in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. He holds an M.A. in History and a Ph.D. in English from Kent State University, and has lectured and written widely on a variety of subjects in American history, from the French and Indian War to World War II. For 17 years he served as Director of Planning and Historic Preservation for the Borough of Gettysburg. 

Space is limited, so register today!

Registration information for admitted, returning, and new non-degree students: www.ship.edu/pcde/registration_information

For information regarding registration, payment, and online education, contact Dr. Carolyn Callaghan, Associate Dean of Professional Continuing, and Distance Education Studies (PCDE) at: 717.477.150 or cmcallaghan@ship.edu