HIST 2057--Syllabus--Spring 2012

HIST 2057--Syllabus--Spring 2012 - Instructor: Prof. Stan...

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Instructor: Prof. Stan Hilton 216-A Himes Hall Tel : 578-4471 [email protected] ( [email protected]) Office Hours: T-Th : Grader : Alan Forrester Office Hours: HISTORY 2057 THE U.S. SINCE 1865 Spring 2012 History 2057 is a survey of American history from the end of the Civil War to the late 20 th century. It seeks to increase a student’s ability to understand the causation of major events, the complexity of human motivation, and the linkages between Past and Present – in other words, how the study of History helps us to understand our world today. Students, furthermore, should develop greater competency in critical thinking and in written communication. The course can be used to meet three hours toward the General Education requirement for the humanities. Course activities will consist of lectures, films (which students should regard as lectures), class discussion, assigned readings, and examinations. Students are encouraged to ask questions or make relevant comments at any time about a subject under consideration. There will be three "regular" examinations (100 points each), and a
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course HIST 2057 taught by Professor Rand during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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