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AMH 4561 WOMEN/PUBLC 1776-1876

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    Feb 03, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    This course was great as a history major. Mr. Gallman is insightful and really makes you research your information. This course gave me a different perspective on women in history and let me see American history through the eyes of a women for once. I learned a lot and every class held my attention. I also loved that he not only had us write papers, but also made us present our findings to the class. This allowed us to in turn develop not only writing skills, but speaking as well while taking in the ideas of others on the subject introduced.

    Course highlights:

    I learned through this course to see history through the eyes of an American Woman. She is often left out of history, while she serves an important purpose on society and in our understanding of the past.

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    3-5 hours

    Advice for students:

    Be prepared to speak in this class. I am not the most outspoken person and often have difficulty in participation. If you are like that as well, do not fear this course. Mr. Gallman really grades on the research and your ideas, it is a relaxing environment feeling free of judgement if you are not the strongest public speaker. Also, very helpful in giving you a complete understanding in American history to see history from another point of view.

    • Spring 2013
    • james gallman

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