HIS285 - Historical Practices (3 cr.)

A broad introduction to the discipline of history, focusing on its principle concepts, problems, and questions, including: the perspectives of time and space in human experience; the individual and history; historical phenomenon (i.e., revolution, conquest, golden age); and historical causes and their relation to other disciplines. (Fall/Spring).Liberal arts. Prerequisites: history majors or minors (others see chairperson for permission); sophomore standing.

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