HIST-790 US as a World Power - Research Seminar
Fall for 2011-2012
This course explores critical events and controversial issues in the history of American foreign relations during the 20th century. In the autumn term it is organized as a reading colloquium emphasizing the complexity of the international environment and the literature that tries to capture it as well as questions of historical interpretation. Enrollment is open to students from diverse PhD and MA programs to enliven classroom debate. In the spring semester students who continue in the course shift gears and engage in original research in primary source materials and write either dissertation chapters or articles of publishable quality.
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Fall '11: Painter, D (description)
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