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HST 626 Historical Themes and Interpretations
(Also EDD 626)
3 hours; 3 credits
Examination of selected themes in world history, such as nationalism, globalization, minorities and society, religion and the state, and humans and their environment. Each semester the course will focus on the development of one theme, affording students the opportunity to deepen their interpretation through case studies, critical analysis of texts, museum work, and Internet research.
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