The Historian's Craft [Lecture] (3.0)
This course explores how historians research and write history. Of particular interest is the study of historical methodologies or how different scholars have thought about history as a discipline. In addition, students hone their skills at selecting, evaluating, and interpreting different kinds of historical evidence. Students in the Comprehensive Social Studies and Teacher Education (Social Studies) programs may use this course as American or European history credit.
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