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“Historic Catholic Church Architecture of Chicago” used the Omeka/Neatline environment to study the architecture of a number of Catholic churches in Chicago and the effect they have had on the politics, culture, and social aspects of the city. Prof. Jaskot used this help his students “…think about the religious buildings as extensions of the city’s history, while emphasizing the contributions of and conflicts with its various immigrant groups.”
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Arts and Humanities | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Religion
Jaskot, Paul B., "HAA371 Historic Catholic Church Architecture of Chicago" (2017). Course Website Archive. 1.