This course builds on the principles and interpretive techniques which are introduced in RRES 635. Specifically, labs emphasize development of personal interpretive skills and students are introduced to interpretive media not covered in RRES 635 (e.g., video equipment, computers, etc.). The lecture and readings focus on the philosophy of interpretation and the theoretical framework for designing and evaluating interpretive strategies.
Note: One hour lecture and four hours lab a week. Field trips required.