Three semester hours.
This seminar is concerned with the study of history as an intellectual discipline and focuses on many of the philosophical questions with which historians grapple. The course also considers the often difficult relationship between academic and popular history and how that struggle influences our discipline. Readings and a research project will familiarize students with the contributions of major historians and schools of historical thought from ancient times to the present. May not be substituted for any other course without written permission from the department chair. Prerequisite: Graduate or senior standing.
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