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University of Colorado Denver

College of Arts & Media
 

Summer Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Archive Course

Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Department


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DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY STUDIES presents

SUMMER 2014

ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME

ARCHIVE AND MUSEUM COURSE 

COURSE DETAILS.

MUSC 2815. ROCK/ROLL HALL OF FAME ARCHIVE
THIS COURSE WILL CONDUCT ON-SITE RESEARCH AT THE ROCK AND ROCK HALL OF FAME ARCHIVES IN CLEVELAND, OHIO. EACH STUDENT WILL WRITE A REPORT AND PRESENT THE RESEARCH FINDINGS TO THE CLASS. 
CREDIT HOURS: 3 (COURSE HAS A 10 STUDENT LIMIT) COURSE IS OPEN TO NON-MUSIC MAJORS AND TO EXTENDED STUDES STUDENTS

FACULTY:  STAN SOOCHER 

COST.
TUITION – $880.00 AND FEES UP TO $470.00 (TRAVEL AND ACCOMMODATION COSTS NOT INCLUDED)

JULY 15TH-19TH ON SITE VISIT.
TUESDAY-SATURDAY, 9:30AM-5:00PM
STUDENTS OF THE COURSE WILL VISIT THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME’S LIBRARY, ARCHIVE, and museum. THE REMAINDER OF THE COURSE WILL BE ONLINE.
 

LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES.
THE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES ARE THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE REPOSITORY OF MATERIALS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF ROCK AND ROLL. ITS MISSION IS TO COLLECT, PRESERVE, AND PROVIDE ACCESS TO THESE RESOURCES FOR SCHOLARS, EDUCATORS, STUDENTS, JOURNALISTS, AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC IN ORDER TO BROADEN AWARENESS AND UNDERSTANDING OF ROCK AND ROLL, ITS ROOTS, AND ITS IMPACT ON OUR SOCIETY.    

Contact us.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
  303-556-3840

  meis.dept@ucdenver.edu

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