HIS 3053 - The Family Tree: World History of Human Migration, 1500-present
3 Credit Hour(s)
This is designed to be an upper-level world history course with a focus on human migration. The course will also provide history majors with practice in historical methods. It examines voluntary and forced migrations from 1500, with particular attention to networks of trade and travel. On the methods side, students will learn to use historical records, conduct oral history interviews, and craft historical narratives by exploring the history of their own families or other historical figures. Readings will emphasize the dynamics of migration and the practice of history.
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