HIST 100. Thinking about History. 1 Credit.
Offered Either Fall or Spring; Lecture hours:3; Repeatable
Focus and content vary. An introductory history course for the development of informed historical analysis among its students. Primarily for first-year students.
Courses in history are designed to encourage reflection on the nature, advantages, and struggles of human societies in different times and places, and to invite cross-cultural comparisons. Moreover, they are intended to stimulate the historical imagination and to promote critical and technical skills in the comprehension and production of historical narratives. The academic conventions of writing, speaking, researching, and learning to analyze various sources (i.e. information literacy) are integral to the discipline of history and figure strongly in all of the department’s courses.
...of the following: 2 HUMN 100 The Humanities Now! 1 HIST 201 Introduction to Historical...