What careers could there be for someone who wants a career in history?
I love history and i want to pursue a career in it but i'm not very smart. My gpa isn't very good but when i take a higher level history class. I'd be willing to put the work in if i had to. Right now i'm looking at a career in art, i'm passionate about that but it doesn't make sense to me like history does. History just clicks in my brain.
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Answered By: Robert - 8/29/2009
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teaching museum curator archaeologist
Answered By: concerned neighbor - 8/28/2009
Answered By: Skylite - 8/28/2009
How about 'Art History'.
Answered By: Oswald - 8/28/2009
8th grade US History teacher
Answered By: tarheelerx3 - 8/28/2009
Have you looked into Art History? Following the flow and evolution of the artistic world as it struggles to express the changing human condition over the course of time? Might be Neat :3
Answered By: hoodoo - 8/28/2009
Author, Historian, teacher, working in a museum. Also, you could major in Art (Fine arts?) and get a minor in Art History. Or you could switch majors. However that can be a pain. I'd look into minoring in some sort of history, whichever it is you want.
Answered By: heartborntocry - 8/28/2009
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