History 2110 The History Workshop: Skills and Methods in History (Fall 2019)

This introductory course offers students the opportunity to develop their research, writing and critical thinking skills while introducing them to the nature of historical method and inquiry. The course provides instruction and practice in the use of standard print and electronic bibliographic tools and in the writing of research, analytical and critical papers in history. Topics of study include the relationship between history and truth, the uses of evidence and argumentation, and the varieties of historical research. The course features library workshops as well as experience using local archives.
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Publication date: c1996.
Authors:
  • Francis, R. D.(R. Douglas),1944-
  • Jones, Richard,1943-
  • Smith, Donald B.
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Publication date: 1993.
Authors:
  • Conrad, Margaret.
  • Finkel, Alvin,1949-
  • Jaenen, Cornelius J.,1927-
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