Tuscaloosa, The Nineteenth Century City
“Tuscaloosa, The Nineteenth Century City,” is a short film by ten students enrolled in HY 300: The Nineteenth Century City at The University of Alabama.
Their instructor, Assistant History Professor Sharony Green, challenged them to find “the nineteenth-century city” in Tuscaloosa. Each student conducted research and became an “expert” on a local building. This film is the culmination of their efforts.
Former Assistant Professor Bart Elmore, who spins vinyl as a hobby, did the soundtrack for this project.
A History of Games: Game Archive
Taught by Dr. Erik Peterson, HY 300-013: A History of Games examined particular games and game genres in their historical context using a case study format. This course focused on “board” and “video” games—those of chance and skill as opposed to physical games and sports.