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|HIST 305 - Global History|
Processes of historical change have become increasingly global during recent centuries. This seminar explores diverse approaches to historical globalization: political, diplomatic, economic, ecological, cultural. In addition, it examines the relations between globalizing processes and history as it is experienced, discussed, and debated in nations and communities. It asks why historical understandings have focused on national developments, while the forces of change have operated on ever larger scales. IHIS majors in SFS must take one section of HIST 305, preferably near the beginning of their major program. College History majors and other interested students are welcome. On the main campus, the course will be taught by different instructors with different emphases, and students may take it more than once in different versions. See section descriptions for specifics of how each instructor will approach the course.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
0.000 Lab hours
Schedule Types: Seminar
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