hst290 | undergraduate

Historians And History

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This course introduces the study of history as a scholarly discipline emphasizing significant historians, sub-disciplines of the field, and the foundational methodological and theoretical tools of historians for History majors.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Gender and Postmodern Perspectives on History

    • Explain postmodern perspectives in the study of history.
    • Explain how gender affects historical studies.

    Introduction to the Study of History

    • Explain the reasons to study history.
    • Identify theories of historical analysis.

    The Empiricists & Marxists

    • Describe the major tenets of historical empiricism.
    • Explain empiricism’s influence on historical writing.
    • Describe the Marxist approach to studying history.
    • Identify ways Marxism influences historical studies.

    Influences of the Annales and Sociology

    • Describe the Annales’ influence on 20th century history writing.
    • Explain the influence of sociology and anthropology on the study of history.

    Narrative and Oral History

    • Describe history as a narrative.
    • Describe oral history and its influence on creating history.
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