USU 1320: History and Civilization
©Damen, 2014
A Guide To Writing in History and Classics
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Professor:  Mark Damen Office: Main 307 Email: mark.damen@usu.edu
Office Hours: MF 11:30-1:00  

Terminology: In this class, Part refers to the five major divisions of the class, each of which covers large issues relating to history such as "Documentary Evidence" and "History and Society." Section refers to one of fifteen minor divisions within the class, each treating a specific historical topic such as "Women and Historical Biography" and "The Nature and Triumph of Islam." Each Part includes three Sections and culminates in an In-Class Discussion and an Assessment. Each Section has a Chapter (or Reading).

  GRADED WORK  
 
 

In-Class Exercises
Assessments
Pre-Test
Post-Test
Bonus Assessment

Group Work
In-Class Discussions
In-Class Discussion Forms
Goals and Methods of Discussions
Sample Quality Thesis Topics
Written Work
Papers
Reactions
Standards for Written Work
READING
Reading: Required Texts Articles on Reserve

Caveant Studentes! All of this is subject to change. Students are responsible for incorporating into this syllabus all alterations in scheduling, deadlines and assignments announced in class or posted on the web or SyllaBase. The instructor reserves the right to resolve at his own discretion any inconsistencies or conflicting statements in course materials.

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