Hist156 syllabus

Hist156 syllabus - Hist 156/01 Reading List and Lecture...

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Hist 156/01 Reading List and Lecture Schedule Spring Semester, 2012 Miles L. Bradbury Office: Taliaferro 2140 Office Hours: Tu 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Telephone: 301-405-5034. E-mail: [email protected] Discussion sections for Wednesday, January 25. The discussion sections scheduled for this day (0104, 0107, 0108) will not meet. Their first meeting will be on February 1. Introduction. January 26. Topic 1. Beginnings. January 31-February 2. Required reading: Mary Beth Norton, et al, (9th edn.), vol. I, pp. chap. 1. ISBN-13: 978-0-495-91589-8. . Topic 2. The Early Settlements. February 7-9. Required reading: Norton, et al. , , vol. I, chap. 2. Raymond M. Hyser and J. Chris Arndt, eds., Voices of the American Past , (5 th edn.), vol. I, chap. 1. ISBN: 978-1-111-34124-4. Topic 3. The Growth of Empire. February 14-16. Required reading: Norton, et al. , , chap. 3. Hyser and Arndt, American Past , chap. 2. Topic 4. Eighteenth-Century Society. February 21-23. Required reading: Norton, et al. , , chap. 4 Hyser and Arndt, American Past , chap. 3. Topic 5.
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course HIST 0108 taught by Professor Bradbury during the Spring '12 term at Maryland.

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