Wednesday, November 30: 1. Reed 2. Tyler Friday, December 2: 3. Marianne 4. Maggie Monday, December 5: 5. Caitlin 6. Tate Wednesday, December 7: 7. Iain 8. Brad 9. Chris FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9: No class — required attendance at (and report on) HIST 485 Symposium.
Course Syllabus (which half the class read, but which everyone is responsible for using): Provide the full Honor Pledge on the research paper. For all other assignments (hard copy and electronic), “I pledge” is sufficient. For electronically submitted writing, the pledge can be either on the paper or in the… Continue reading
1. The instructor does NOT use Starfish . . . for scheduling meetings or for anything. E-mail to set up a time (or talk to the instructor before/after class, etc.). Please follow-up if you do not receive a response to your e-mail. 2. Full instructions for the research project (paper and… Continue reading
As explicitly covered in the course syllabus, course requirements are REQUIREMENTS, even if they are ungraded. Failure to complete any requirement means failure of the course regardless of grades on other requirements. Requirements include submission of discussion evaluations and pick-up of class discussion topics/questions. They also include speaking in class,… Continue reading
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As noted on Friday, September 16 and Monday, September 19, students are expected to pick up their class writing. If they do not, their materials will be discarded to make room for other materials. Students will then be without the “study questions” and feedback on their responses. They will be… Continue reading
Question: What can we learn from studying America’s “small wars”? Our focus is not on the military angles–although, of course, such issues and developments are unavoidable when discussing wars and military interventions–but rather on political, economic, diplomatic, cultural, social, technological, communication, etc. ones. Students should look for “threads,” i.e., for ambitions,… Continue reading
*Please submit evaluations as Word documents so that the instructor can type her comments/responses directly into them. (She has removed the pdf form from the website.) *Recall that evaluations which are not correctly submitted will not be accepted, read, returned, or credited. See the SYLLABUS and the EVALUATION itself for explicit… Continue reading