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  • Department of History Home Page | Department of History
    and European history Perhaps now more than ever we feel that a thorough knowledge of history is vital for advancing civic discourse and political awareness in our society We encourage prospective students to learn more about the broad ranging skills that the discipline of history conveys to inquiring minds By helping students not only to understand the past but also to develop critical thinking analytical and writing skills we prepare

    Original URL path: http://history.colorado.edu/ (2013-02-07)
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  • Graduate Program | Department of History
    professional development training and individualized advising They also gain a thorough grounding in their particular area of study as well as an ability to situate that area of study in a larger transnational and global context As of the academic year 2012 13 all entering M A and Ph D students will follow the Department of History s new graduate curriculum All students will focus their studies in two equally weighted fields a regional national field either U S all of U S history Europe early modern or modern with a regional national emphasis or Asia emphasis on country region and or period a global thematic field course in this field might include but are not limited to e g imperialism and colonialism decolonization in transnational perspective environmental history in transnational perspective diplomacy and international relations visual culture in the modern world trade and diaspora in the early modern world World War I in global perspective history and memory in transnational perspective and Atlantic world Students are expected to work with their faculty advisors to craft sub fields of emphasis within both the regional national and global thematic fields For further information please consult the MA program page or the

    Original URL path: http://history.colorado.edu/graduate-program (2013-02-07)
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  • Undergraduates | Department of History
    see the Undergraduate Advising page Suggestions for Structuring a Major in History The history major is defined in such a way as to allow each student to structure a set of courses which is consistent with his or her individual interests and goals A successful program in history will be one which has been thought through in advance rather than being a random array of classes which happen to fit into each semester s schedule For more information please see our sample schedule in a typical Progression through the major Once you have decided upon your area of interest consider what courses in departments other than history might contribute to a rich yet integrated program Thus if you are interested in the history of England courses in English literature philosophy and political science might be helpful A person focusing on economic history might want to do some work in economics math and possibly geography If you have not yet fulfilled your language requirement and are interested in Latin American History Spanish might be the ideal language to take Note If you would like to request a letter of recommendation from one of your History professors please see our Guidelines for

    Original URL path: http://history.colorado.edu/undergraduates (2013-02-07)
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  • Department of History Faculty | Department of History
    the American Historical Association s George Louis Beer Prize best book on European international history since 1895 and J Russell Major Prize best book on the history of France among others The History Department faculty is also known for its innovative and committed teachers at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and it counts among its ranks numerous recipients of university teaching awards Chairperson Dr Susan Kent Committee Chairs Program

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  • Programs & Publications | Department of History
    publications related to scholarly activity in historical research By offering broader and deeper educational opportunities these programs and publications provide a richer scholarly experience for both students and faculty who can take advantage of connections to scholarly communities throughout the University of Colorado and beyond Home Graduate Students Undergraduate Students Faculty Programs and Publications Athearn Lecture Series Center for Asian Studies Center for Medieval Early Modern Studies Center of the

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  • About Us | Department of History
    the Twentieth Century World the Early Modern World Gender Sexuality and Women s History War Imperialism Nationalism and Decolonization and Political History The Department encompasses a variety of approaches including social cultural transnational and world history Our aim is continuously to help define our field within the larger community of historians and to develop our students into informed contributing and effective citizens scholars and teachers able to respond flexibly and with wisdom to changes in the profession and the world Located in Boulder Colorado an attractive town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains adjacent to one of North America s major metropolitan areas the University of Colorado is the largest center of higher education in the Intermountain West Its physical facilities and intellectual resources along with those provided in the local area and region support the varied interests and interdisciplinary activities of the History Department s faculty and students We have intellectual ties to other departments and units on campus including International Affairs Classics Geography East Asian Languages and Civilizations the center for British and Irish Studies the Center of the American West Political Science Women s Studies English Art History Anthropology Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies

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  • Contact Us | Department of History
    12 noon 1 pm 4 30 pm History Department Chair Dr Susan Kent History Department Undergraduate Studies Director Dr Lee Chambers History Department Graduate Studies Director Dr Paul Sutter For questions regarding the Undergraduate program please contact Patrick Tally our Undergraduate Major Advisor For questions regarding the Graduate program please contact Scott Miller our Graduate Assistant Department of History Hellems Room 204 University of Colorado Boulder 234 UCB Boulder CO

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  • Professor Shneer Curates Photography Exhibit in New York Until April | Department of History
    in New York Until April Tuesday 29 01 2013 Louis P Singer Professor of Jewish History David Shneer has curated a photography exhibition that opened at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York The exhibit World War II Through Soviet Jewish Eyes opened on Friday November 16th and will be on view until April 2013 More information can be found in this article on Time s website Tags Department

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