STUDIES IN EUROPEAN OR US HISTORY (VARIABLE TOPIC)
2019 Fall Term
Intensive study of a focused theme or topic in either European or US history close to the research interests of the faculty member. The course includes a 12 to 15-page research paper that serves as one of the artifacts for the senior history portfolio course. This is a variable topics course.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: HISTRY 200 AND 6 CREDITS OF 300 OR 400 LEVEL HISTORY, OR CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
|09/03 - 12/13 (1)||TuTh 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM||
|The era of the American Revolution witnessed remarkable social, cultural, and political change. In this course, we will investigate this moment in history and we will study how some colonists broke away and the ramifications of this decision. This class will study the inherent complications of revolution and will pay particular attention to loyalists, the patriots, and other groups that were perhaps maybe not so keen on revolution. We will explore these issues by studying current scholarship and primary sources.|