Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It is a great course that really helps open up the eyes of historians to the different schools of historiographical thought and how views have changed over time. Dr. Steinke is very knowledgeable and actually reads and responds to the students, though he can be slow to grade assignments.
This class takes a look at the development of historical thought on events from the early colonization of North America through the 1980s with each section highlighting one book and a couple articles to show diverse viewpoints.
Hours per week:
Advice for students:
Buy your books early and be prepared to read them! Don't worry about any of the word limits that the Dr. Steinke puts out, just answer all the questions as fully as possible and make sure you site evidence from your readings when you are responding to other students as well as when you are responding to classroom questions if you want full marks.