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History
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HIST 1002
Professor
Christopher Adams

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09/09/11  Nationalism is an important theme  How Europe moved from dictatorships to democracies  The reconstruction of Europe after WW2. How the international power they had has been lost.  Both western and eastern Europe  Both World Wars are because of conflicts from the East of Europe  Two texts for the course – both available at Haven’s  Map Quiz will be easy  First essay is so we can practice using primary sources o The ideas of an article or newspaper o Document essay o Our choice o More or less a summery  Second essay will have two options o Two historians arguing o Comparison essay o 5 pages  Mid term...  A research essay – approximately 10 pages in length  Another document essay  This class is heavily based on lectures  Keep up with the readings though  Office hours Tuesday 9am – 10am, Wednesday 4pm-5pm  Two sections to exams o Short answers o Essay questions  What is history? o Story of the past  Based on opinions/perspectives o Interpretation of past events o Facts about the past o The foundation of modern life o A lesson o Collecti
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