HFS@B 360 serves as a proof of concept and proposal for interpretive work at Historic Fort Snelling at Bdote utilizing virtual reality learning. This project was created as a proposal for an engaging public interpretation focused on the experiences of racialized populations.

This project was created through the work of students in HSPH 8003 – Race and Indigeneity in Heritage Representation at the University of Minnesota. Spring 2018.

Collaborators

Noah Barth
Natalie Dollison
Kacie Lucchini Butcher
Denise Pike