Dec 04, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog
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HIST 497 - Historical Research: (3)

Historical methodology with respect to research, organization and preparation of materials. Written and oral reports and a research paper are required. The course is oriented around a specific topic in European and world history, to be chosen by individual professor. Topics will be published in the Schedule of Classes. This course is repeatable for credit. Recommended Preparation: Junior/senior status or permission of the instructor.

Grading: Graded/Pass Fail/Audit
Course ID: 54762
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Topics: European Renaissance, European Environ History, Europe/Entrepreneurship, Historical Research, 3rd Reich Rmbrd In US, Wmn Wk In Erly Mdn Eurpe, History And Memory, US Imperialism & Japan, Colloq: Modernity, Disease In Modern China, 18Th Century London, Explorers & Exploration, Europe And Discovery, Medicine/Hea Care/China, The Darwinian Revolution, The American Occ. Of Jpn, Enlightenment London, Early Modern European Culture, Business Women Entrepreneurs in the 18th Century, Atomic Intelligence: the Wartime Search for Secr, The History of Diseases in China, Victorian Britain, Entrepreneurs in 18th Cent. London, Japan, Japan and the U.S.: The first Century (1797-1897), Witches & Witchcraft in 16 & 17th Centuries, Entrepreneurs in 18th cent. England, Modern European Culture, The People's War:British Home Front, Borders and Nationalism, British Home Front in WWII, I Spy:Soviet Espionage in the US,1927-1954, Making Modern Europe, Witches and Witchcraft, Meaning and Western History, London: 18th-Cent. World City, Contesting Nationalism in Europe
Attributes: Writing Intensive (WI)
Prerequisite/Corequisite: You must complete HIST 201  and ENGL 100  ​  or equivalent with a 'C' or better

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