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1 Proposal: number 44

44. HIST 104/104W: United States History 1865-Present

Contact:Frank Warren
Abstract:Through a concentration on historiography, the course explores how historians
develop arguments and interpretations. In that way, students learn how history
is “done,” and have the opportunity in their written assignments to actively
evaluate the results. The time period which covers industrialization and its
attendant problems and the emergence of the United States as a world power
offers students the opportunity to see the emergence of new social structures
and to focus of the responses of differing economic, ethnic, and gender group
to the new forces.

Submissions and Approvals

Course Date Requirement Action By Whom Notes
HIST 104 2008-08-27 SS Submitted Dept
HIST 104 2008-08-27 US Submitted Dept
HIST 104 2008-12-03 SS Approved GEAC
HIST 104 2008-12-03 US Approved GEAC
HIST 104 2009-02-05 SS Approved UCC
HIST 104 2009-02-05 US Approved UCC
HIST 104 2009-03-12 SS Approved Senate
HIST 104 2009-03-12 US Approved Senate
HIST 104W 2008-12-03 SS Approved GEAC
HIST 104W 2008-12-03 US Approved GEAC
HIST 104W 2009-02-05 SS Approved UCC
HIST 104W 2009-02-05 US Approved UCC
HIST 104W 2009-03-12 SS Approved Senate
HIST 104W 2009-03-12 US Approved Senate