Mar 04, 2024  
UOFM 2022-2023 GRADUATE CATALOG 
    
UOFM 2022-2023 GRADUATE CATALOG [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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HIST 6399 - Topics in European History

Credit Hours: 3
Description Topics in European History is designed to instruct you in a topic or area of Modern European history that reflects the research strengths and interests of our European faculty. Instead of reflecting established national boundaries or discrete temporal period, or striving for comprehensive coverage, like our standard European curriculum courses, Topics courses follow the interests and concerns of the instructor. Courses might cover a discrete historical event, like the Holocaust or 1989 and the end of the Cold War, or they might explore a particular topic across a longer time period, like modern intellectual and cultural history or the history of anti-Semitism. Whatever the subject, a Topics course will encompass the professor’s particular area of expertise and research, introduce you to the methods and skills of a practicing historian, and emphasize advanced historical and historiographical skills reminiscent of what you would encounter in a history graduate program. A Topics course is reading and writing intensive and based on in-class discussion. Can be repeated twice for up to six credits. Standard Letter



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