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December 13, 2013

Digital Research Projects by HIST 3959 Students

In Fall 2013, HIST 3959 - How to Do History was taught by Prof. Donna Gabaccia with a focus on digital history research projects. One additional feature of HIST 3959 this fall was that six graduate students earned graduate credit by working with the undergraduate groups as "project managers."

Here is a sample of innovative projects from class:

The Pacific Railroad Surveyors
Jewish Life in 1930s/40s Minneapolis
Why Public Education?
Rustication in the Chinese Cultural Revolution
Early Scandinavian Cartography
Korea, Forgotten War?
Political Leadership and Masculinity

April 9, 2013

COURSE GUIDE

The Course Guide provides extended course descriptions and describes course details such as work load, grading, and exam format.

April 8, 2013

NEW COURSES - Fall 2013

  • HIST 3264 Imperial Russia: Formation and Expansion of the Russian Empire in the 18th and 19th Centuries
  • HIST 3416 Imperialism and its Critics: Ethical Issues, Literary Representations
  • HIST 3492 Hinduism

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April 5, 2013

MN/LOCAL HISTORY COURSES - Fall 2013

  • HIST 1000W / HIST 3000W sec 001 Visions of the Past: Twin Cities History
  • HIST 3837 Minnesota History

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November 11, 2009

Berlin as a Site of History - May-Term 2010

*****INFO SESSIONS*****
NOVEMBER 17, 4-4:30PM, HELLER HALL 1210B (TUES.)
DECEMBER 3, 1:30-2PM, SOCIAL SCIENCE 1183 (THURS.)

Berlin as a Site of History
Study Abroad Course in Berlin, Germany

May Term 2010: May 19--June 11, 2010
4 cr. History 3960, German 3510, or Global Studies 3900

Faculty leaders:
MJ Maynes, History - Twin Cities Campus (mayne001@umn.edu)
Marynel Ryan Van Zee, History - Morris Campus (mkryan@morris.umn.edu)

Please attend an info session, contact one of the faculty leaders, or visit the program webpage at:
http://www.umabroad.umn.edu/programs/europe/customgermanyberlin/index.shtml