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|HIST 323 - The Many Faces of Sewanee|
This seminar uses the Sewanee area as a case study to introduce students to the conceptual processes of history. Students employ historical methods within a variety of interdisciplinary contexts, drawing on insights from archeology, biology, and geology, as well as various approaches to history, to comprehend both what has happened here and how it is variously understood. Classroom sessions are complemented by regular field work and archival research.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Final Examination, Field Work/Placement, Lecture/Seminar, Seminar
Social Sciences Division
American Studies, ES--Culture and History, Environmental Studies, Post-1700 History, Southern Appalachian Studies
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