HIS 335 Topic Sem-Modern European His

Prerequisite: HIS 102 or junior standing

This course examines a specific topic in the history of Modern Europe in an effort to develop both a deeper appreciation for the complexity of the past and an understanding for the various methodologies that historians employ. By reading primary documents and secondary materials, students will develop an understanding of the way social, economic, political, and cultural issues interact and shape a period. May be repeated for credit, provided the topic differs from those previously studied. NOTE: Certain sections of this course also will supplement the Women's Studies and Asian Studies programs, as well as being suited to General Education's African Americans', Appalachians', and Women's Perspective, International Perspective, and Western History Perspective, depending upon each section's focus. Refer to the Schedule of Classes to see which specific sections meet these perspectives. Western History Perspective.


1 Course Credit