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The Practising Historian

[HIST 2450] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 48 pages long Study Guide!
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UofG HIST 2450 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE find more resources at oneclass.com W1J13: The Archives Saturday, December 5, 2015 7:19 PM Archival Historians= historians who use archives not all historians are archival historians ...

History
HIST 2450
Kevin James
HIST 2450 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Histogram, Nokia Eseries, Line Graph
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Midterm studying Tuesday, February 2, 2016 11:33 PM • Archival historians use archives as a source of information in their studie- not all historians use archives • Not everything within archives is of the...

History
HIST 2450
Kevin James
HIST 2450 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gender History, Arthur Marwick, Public History
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Final Exam Questions Wednesday, March 30, 2016 12:39 AM 1. You are a historian required to cite this source in your masterful study which will be subject to critical peer -review. Give your full citation for...

History
HIST 2450
Kevin James
HIST 2450 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Metanarrative, Susan Sontag, Mount Tai
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HIST2450MidtermStudyNotes Definitions People Margaret MacMillan History is not a dead subject [It] lies under the present, silently shaping our institutions, our ways of thought, our likes and dislikes. E.H. Carr (1892198...

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HIST 2450
Norman Smith
HIST2450 Final: Final Exam Study Notes
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HIST2450 Final Exam Notes Maps J.B. Harley (19321991) all maps are cultural products; the distinction between rhetorical (culturebound) and nonrhetorical (scientific) maps is an illusion J.B. Harley and David Woodward, ed...

History
HIST 2450
Norman Smith
HIST 2450 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reductionism, Francis Jennings, Proletariat

/ W16 / 1 History: creation of a narrative of the past based on fragments of the past; the fragments that were recorded/survived The past: everything that has ever happened Weds Jan 13: The Archives ◦ Not ever...

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HIST 2450
Kevin James

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