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  • Musical Theatre, B.F.A. | Millikin University
    of quality renderings for theatrical production Students will learn to use materials such as watercolor gouache co9lored pencil and design markers The successful student will produce materials worthy of inclusion in the design portfolio TH221 Voice for the Stage The fundamentals of vocal technique for the actor Special emphasis is given to the anatomy and physiology of the vocal mechanism including breathing phonation resonance and articulation Students learn portions of the International Phonetic Alphabet as a tool for phonetic analysis the practice of Standard North American speech and subsequent dialect analysis and practice TH240 Advanced Voice Further development of the fundamentals of vocal technique Special emphasis is given to enhancement of vocal power range clarity flexibility and responsiveness to text Technique issues are addressed through warm up approaches and work on heightened text including Shakespeare Work with text also includes methods of verse scansion and rhetorical analysis Pre requisite TH240 TH241 Drafting for Theatre This is a hands on course that examines the graphical communication of technical theatre design through both manual and CADD computer aided design methods Students will develop drafting skills through a series of projects and learn US ITT Standards for Drafting TH251 Stagecraft An introduction to shop technology designed to give the student a detailed overview of the theories practices and techniques involved in technical theatre Through class lectures and hands on participation students establish a basic proficiency with the standard tools materials methods and procedures used to prepare a show technically Topics include but are not limited to scenery and costume construction painting properties stage lighting and drafting Shop work on university productions required to reinforce skills learned and to promote collaborative effort Majors only Lab fee TH253 History of Style Antique Modern An exploration of periodicity through examination of stylistic elements from Egyptian through current day Styles of art architecture dance theatre music etc will be examined in an effort to give students a strong sense of the commonalties as well as the differences in the various art of the periods Trends in philosophy religion commerce etc will be studied for their effect upon artistic form TH255 Theatre Practicum Students participate in productions by working behind the scenes during their first three years in the program These broad base collaborative experiences help develop a sense of volunteerism and often a second marketable professional skill in either publicity theatre management properties construction or set and costume construction TH301 Advanced Make up A continuation of Theatre 242 Theatrical Make up in which the student concentrates on the design and application of make up for various characters in realistic and stylized plays This course exposes students to 3 dimensional technology used in the field of make up including alginate casting and the creation and application of prosthetic make up pieces Pre requisite Theatre 242 Lab fee TH302 Directing I An introduction to the theory and techniques of stage directing this course emphasizes script analysis collaboration executing blocking and staging techniques understanding aesthetics and clarity Each student will direct a production of a ten minute play for the class Prerequisite TH 131 or consent of instructor TH321 Directing II A continuation of Directing I this course also includes analysis of contemporary directorial theories Professional techniques are thoroughly examined plays meanings and values from contemporary perspectives are evaluated as students analyze theories to help them develop their own personal style and technique Prerequisite TH 131 and 321 or consent of instructor TH322 Arts Management An introduction to the world of arts management in the US The course will cover staffing budgeting fundraising and long term planning among other topics for mission driven organizations TH323 Stage Management An introduction to the role of the stage manager in the American Theatre today This course covers Actors Equity Association contracts the stage managers role in the production process communication techniques leadership skills and the creation of a prompt script TH324 Playwriting The writing of plays Emphasis placed on plot theme dialogue technical problems and characterization Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH325 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH333 Seminar in Dramatic Literature An investigation into the work of a major playwright or playwrights or into dramatic literature of a given style period Courses offered on occasion include Eugene O Neill and Tennessee Williams contemporary drama and dramatic concepts Repeatable for credits each time topic changes Pre requisite Theatre 131 or consent of instructor TH334 Musical Theatre History and Lit I The study of the American musical from European influences until 1940 with emphasis on analysis of formative elements in preparation for work in the professional environment Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in Theatre 339 TH337 Musical Theatre History and Lit II A collaborative exploration of the development and trends of the American musical from 1940 to the present with emphasis on analysis of different decades and styles Majors only A linked course requiring concurrent enrollment in TH340 TH338 Acting Styles An advanced studio course this class investigates the origins of style that influence analysis and the technical work of actors in uniting form and content An in depth treatment of characterization and interpretation with special emphasis on language will be the focus using Shakespeare s plays This course works on the actor s technique and analysis Pre requisites Theatre 141 and 142 or consent of instructor TH341 Ensemble Theory and Practice The examination and exploration of techniques for achieving an ensemble approach to acting Students will work in a variety of situations that involve the individual in the ensemble creative process Pre requisites Theatre 141 and 142 or consent of instructor TH342 Acting Mask Characterization Advanced acting course in study of mask characterization providing theory behind process

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  • Not For Profit Business | Millikin University
    of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Not For Profit Business Certificate Tabor School of Business You are here Home Academics Tabor School of Business Areas of Study Certificates Not For Profit Business Understanding the World of Non Profits Students who complete a certificate in Not for profit Business will be able to understand and evaluate NPO s through the preparation and analysis of financial statements and

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  • Philosophy | Millikin University
    be cross listed with HI105 PH211 Ethical Theory and Moral Issues 3 In this course we will examine issues in ethical theory including such foundational issues as the relationship between ethical behavior and rational behavior the relationship between ethics and theology and the issue of whether ethical principles are objective or subjective absolute or relative We will examine both action centered as well as character centered approaches to the resolution of ethical dilemmas Finally we will turn our attention to the practical application of theory Readings may include Plato Aristotle Hobbes Hume Kant and Mill Ethical theory may be applied to such issues as abortion capital punishment lying and sex PH213 Critical Thinking Logic 3 We will translate standard English into symbolic notation then use both Aristotelian and truth functional techniques to test for validity of arguments The aim is to understand the rules and relationships that define rational thinking From logical puzzles to Venn diagrams to symbolic proofs this course is an excellent preparation for the GRE or LSAT or MCAT It requires both quantitative thinking and facility with language To fulfill the quantitative reasoning requirement a student must have an ACT Mathematics subscore 22 or higher or placement score of at least 3 on the QR placement or complete MA098 PH214 Philosophy of Religion 3 In this course we will examine some of the central issues in the philosophy of religion We will begin by examining some of the most influential arguments for the existence of God including the ontological argument the cosmological argument and the teleological argument We will examine the problem of evil as well as various replies by theists to the problem of evil We will also examine the claim that the religious life is a matter of faith not reason Readings may include Anslem Augustine Aquinas Leibniz Paley Hume Kant Kierkegard Adams Swinburne Hicks Mackie Plantiga and others PH215 Business Ethics 3 This course will critically examine the role of ethics within a business environment We will examine both ethical relationships within a business such as employers and employee relations and well as ethical relationships between business and broader society such as business and consumer relations Possible issues or topics of examination include corporate social responsibility rights and obligations of employees and employers justice and fair practice distributive justice and advertising marketing and the consumer among others Issues and topics will be examined by considering both historical and contemporary texts and case studies PH217 Bioethics 3 This course will focus on issues that come about as a result of the interaction between medicine and modern technological advances Biotechnologies span issues of health from birth until death including ethical debates concerning cloning genetic screening invitro fertilization and physician assisted suicide to name a few Bioethics quite clearly encompasses the entire life course Issues or topics that may be investigated include justice and autonomy in health care life and death biomedical research and technology and public health among others PH219 Environmental Ethics 3 This course will focus on ethical issues related to our natural environment It is a truism that all persons live work and play within the confines and richness of the natural environment For this reason there is simply no separating the natural environment and its ethical status from the well being of people Further our present ethical relationship with our natural environment is uniquely important as it has the strong potential to impact the well being of later generations Not only does our treatment of the environment impact those living now but it also impacts human beings that will live in fifty or even five hundred years Issues and topics that may be investigated include Who counts in environmental ethics animals plants ecosystems Is nature intrinsically valuable frameworks of environmental ethics sustaining restoring and preserving nature and the environment and social justice including intergenerational justice among others PH223 Scientific Revolutions History and Philosophy of Science 3 This course sketches the evolution of views of nature and how best to study and explain it We will begin with the ancient world and investigate how the ideas and beliefs of the ancients shaped how the medievals viewed science and nature We will then study the so called scientific revolution that gave birth to modern science We will look at what changed and what didn t about how we conceive of and study nature We will also look at contemporary revolutions in science that have fundamentally changed the way we think about the world and our place in it PH300 Ancient Philosophy 3 A contemporary philosopher said All of philosophy is a footnote to Plato Certainly Plato Aristotle and the Stoics are the keys to understanding much of the intellectual roots of the Western tradition We will read some of the major texts of these philosophers in their historical context as they attempt to answer the questions Who am I and what is the nature of the Good and the Right What is my role in society What is knowledge and how do we acquire it What is a well run state What is real And how should I live May be cross listed with HI305 PH301 Modern Philosophy 3 In this course we will examine the attempts by modern philosophy to answer two central questions The first is the epistemological question of what human beings can know In particular we will examine the issue of whether human beings can justifiably claim to know that there is a mind independent external world The second central question with which modern philosophy struggles is the metaphysical question concerning the place of consciousness mind in a material universe What is the relation between mind and matter between mind and body Is the mind distinct from the body Or is the mind identical to the body What is the self Readings may include Descartes Locke Berkeley Hume and Kant with attention to their historical context May be cross listed with HI305 PH302 Contemporary Philosophy 3 In this course we will

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  • Philosophy Minors | Millikin University
    of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Philosophy Minors Philosophy Department You are here Home Academics College of Arts Sciences Philosophy Areas of Study Philosophy Minors Philosophy Ethics Philosophy Minor The requirements this minor are outlined below Two core courses 6 credits PH110 Basic Philosophical Problems PH213 Critical Thinking Logic One course in the History of Philosophy 3 credits PH300 Ancient Philosophy PH301

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  • Physical Education | Millikin University
    fitness athletic performance and recreation ES206 Foundations of Sport Mgmt The course surveys the functional areas of contemporary sport management and the career preparation of professionals in the field Students will be introduced to the historical background unique nature and current issues in sport management ES210 Practicum Sport Management II The second practicum in a series of four integrative experiences for Sport Management majors is an introductory experiential learning opportunity The practicum integrates coursework with planned and supervised professional experiences in intercollegiate athletics ES231 Intercollegiate Athletics Each seminar will bring unique features to the classroom in the field of sport management Topics featured include but are not limited to event management behavioral dimensions in the sport culture ethics in sport management interpersonal and mass communication fund raising sport finance legal aspects of sport management leadership sport law officiating special population needs facility management and strategic planning and forecasting Required for Sport Management emphasis Open to all students Prerequisite junior standing ES281 Event and Venue Management This course integrates the various management functions of public assembly facilities and planning sport events Students focus on advanced management principles practices and methods ES300 Driver Education Methods Preparing educators for the classroom portion of driver education in secondary schools is the focus of this course State mandates traffic safety requirements Rules of the Road information and planning for the in the car phase of the training will be incorporated A survey of materials and methods proven to be effective will be included Required for driver education endorsement Education majors only Prerequisite ES 201 ES301 Sport Skills Instruction This practicum engages Health Fitness and recreation students in integrative experiences under the direction of faculty The practicum integrates coursework and performance standards of professional organizations with planned and supervised professional experiences in planning and implementing personal training activities ES320 Community Nutrition This course will examine the role of nutrition in promoting overall health in diverse populations in the community Nutrition needs across the lifespan will be explored Population specific community resources and educational tools will be reviewed Students will study the financial sociological and political aspects of nutrition and community health Service learning projects and opportunities are integrated into the course ES329 Practicum in Health Promotions The practicum engages Health Fitness and Recreation students in integrative experiences under the direction of faculty The practicum integrates coursework and performance standards of professional organizations with planned and supervised professional experiences in the campus and local community ES330 Sport Management Practicum III The third practicum in a series of four integrative experiences for Sport Management majors is an introductory experiential learning opportunity The practicum integrates coursework with planned and supervised professional experiences in intercollegiate athletics ES331 Practicum in Sport Performance This practicum engages Health Fitness and recreation students in integrative experiences under the direction of faculty The practicum integrates coursework and performance standards of professional organizations with planned and supervised professional experiences in planning and implementing personal training activities ES350 Practicum in Recreation This practicum engages Health Fitness and

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  • Physics | Millikin University
    want all the advantages of a strong background in physics you would take a core group of physics courses as well as certain upper level courses in other areas Areas of concentration Each student will have a choice of how to complete their major In consultation with their advisor they will choose at least 9 additional hours at the 300 level or higher which best fit the student s career goals Concentration options include Graduate school in physics Pre medicine Business and consulting Departmental Course Offerings Courses change each semester so this list should not be considered a commitment to these individual topics However this does represent a list of many of our current and popular courses The list is provided so that you can begin to imagine your academic career at Millikin in this major The Planets Basic sky phenomena cultural aspects of astronomy and history of astronomy to Newton the solar system Emphasis given to principles underlying diversity of astronomical objects as well as the processes by which astronomical knowledge has been gained A general education course Three lectures per week PY100 Stars and Galaxies Astronomical optics gravity the structure composition and evolution of stars galaxies and cosmology Emphasis given to principles underlying structure and behavior of stars and galaxies as well as processes by which astronomical knowledge has been gained A general education course Three lectures per week PY101 Modern Physics A study of the revolutions in physics since the late 19th century Topics include special relativity radioactivity atomic and nuclear physics and introductions to quantum mechanics and particle physics The laboratory includes an introduction to Mathematica Latex journal articles and seminar presentations Three lectures and one laboratory period per week Prerequisite PY 152 PY253 Astrophysics Calculus based intermediate level course in astronomy and astrophysics Topics include celestial mechanics electromagnetic radiation and matter distances and magnitudes binary systems Hertzsprung Russell diagram stellar evolution and the large scale structure of the universe Includes observing project Prerequisite PY 253 and MA 240 PY300 Physical Chemistry I The first course in physical chemistry Topics include the laws of thermodynamics elementary statistical thermodynamics equilibrium surface chemistry and physical chemistry of macromolecules CH 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Cross listed with CH 303 Prerequisite MA 240 and PY 253 PY303 Physical Chemistry II Continuation of CH 303 Emphasis on quantum mechanics as applied to theories of chemical bonding and spectroscopy Chemical kinetics also is covered Three lectures per week Cross listed with CH 304 CH 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Prerequisite CH 303 PY304 Classical Mechanics An intermediate level survey of classical Newtonian mechanics Conservative forces damped and forced oscillations momentum and energy theorem central force problem orbits two body collisions special coordinate systems and scattering and coupled oscillations Vector analysis axial rotating rigid bodies gravitation moments of inertia rotating coordinate systems continuous media and Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics Prerequisite PY 152 Corequisite MA 340 or consent of instructor PY352 Experimental Physics II A more advanced laboratory course

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  • Physics Minor | Millikin University
    Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of

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  • Political Science | Millikin University
    Raids the Sacco and Vanzetti Trial the Harlem Renaissance and the Lost Generation Mass Culture Prohibition and Organized Crime HI 210 Ireland in America Sampson TR 11 00 12 15 IN 250 The purpose of this course is to examine the Irish immigration to the United States In doing so we will by necessity have one foot in Ireland and one in the United States It is important to understand the factors that drove the Irish to leave their country and come to this one the policies that created numerous rebellions uprisings and vigilante actions in Ireland the customs and world views that both hindered and helped in countless decisions to emigrate and the challenges opportunities hostilities triumphs and tragedies that awaited those emigrants in the United States HI 305 Ancient Philosophy Hartsock TR 9 30 10 45 PH300 A contemporary philosopher said All philosophy is a footnote to Plato Certainly Plato Aristotle and the Stoics are the keys to understanding much of the intellectual roots of the western tradition We will read some of the major texts of these philosophers in their historical context as they attempt to answer the questions Who am I and what is the nature of the Good and the Right What is my role in society What is knowledge and how do we acquire it What is a well run state What is the self And how should I live Fulfills CAS Historical Studies requirement HI 310 US in Cold War Mullgardt MWF 11 00 11 50 This course addresses the role of the United States in the Cold War and its impact on the nation It examines the Cold War s origins key moments in foreign policy both overt and covert and domestic developments in the United States including the Civil Rights movement the Cuban Missile Crisis the Kennedy assassination Vietnam and the antiwar movement the Counterculture the 1970s and the Reagan administration HI 310 American Civil Rights Movement Monroe W 2 00 4 30 The course takes an expansive view of the Civil Rights movement and consequently begins with the abolition movement and chronologically continues through the struggle against Jim Crow and lynching to the formation of the NAACP and then the post World War Two civil rights movement We will emphasize black agency how black Americans fought to establish full civil social and political rights paying particular attention to black leaders such as Frederick Douglass W E B DuBois Booker T Washington Ida B Welles Thurgood Marshall and Martin Luther King Jr among others HI 310 Public History Kovalcik Dolan T 6 00 10 00 This course is an introduction to the concept and practice of Public History Students will define the discipline by studying and practice various forms of Public history More specifically the course will examine local history museums public displays of history including monuments buildings living history displays etc and commercial uses of history Each student in this course will produce a form of Public history HI 360 Medieval Culture World Controversies Kovalcik MWF 2 00 2 50 This course is an examination of key intellectual developments as it relates to the medieval study of the Bible From the Council of Nicea to the Reformation there were numerous interpretations and re interpretations of sacred Scripture Many of these interpretations were controversial At the very least they set the course for not only religious history but European society as a whole It is the goal of this course to understand these controversies in context and identify the key reasons for social religious and political change HI 360 Colonialism Resistance and Nation Sampson TR 2 00 3 15 Building in Our World Case Studies of the Indian Subcontinent and Ireland Colonialism the conquering and exploitation of lands and societies by a foreign invading power was a dominant factor around the globe in the 17 th 18 th and 19 th centuries and well into the 20 th Although the empires once ruled from foreign capitals have largely disappeared the residual impacts of colonialism linger in many societies creating problems and divisions that continue to pose challenges to those affected peoples their neighbors and the world community It was once said with accuracy that the sun never sets on the British Empire reflecting Great Britain s dominance of peoples from one end of the globe to the other The British raised control exploitation and repression of nationalism to new levels of efficiency but at what cost for those societies once they achieved independence The nations of the Indian subcontinent Bangladesh India and Pakistan and Ireland the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland provide classic case studies of the continuing impacts of British policy long after with the exception of Northern Ireland the last English soldier departed To some degree the tactics and institutions used by Great Britain differed between the Indian subcontinent and Ireland but the end result was remarkably similar the creation of deep rooted antagonisms among the respective populations economies struggling at times to succeed and conflicts that continue to demand the world s attention The clashes that continue to rage around the world centered on divisions of religion race and class resonate in the examples used for this course Exploring the roots of these conflicts will involve lectures films and the examination of primary sources HI 360 Holocaust Genocide Kovalcik MWF 1 00 1 50 This is an introduction to the history of the Holocaust and Genocide in the 20th century The basic format is lecture with a special emphasis on the history of the Holocaust 1933 1945 However there will also be significant study of Genocide as a modern development its incarnation in the 20th century and the current world issues surrounding Genocide HI 400 Seminar The Long Sixties Mullgardt W 2 00 4 45 This course covers what historians currently call The Long Sixties or 1955 1975 It will cover the historiography of this period and requires close and careful reading of secondary and primary documents

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