HIST 3022: Hands-On History: The 1960s: A Decade of Change

3 Credits

The 1960s was a decade of hope, fear and incredible change. These years witnessed the rise of race, youth, gender, and anti-war movements in the wake of a hot Cold War and a series of anticolonial revolutions. The course offers students a deep introduction to this fascinating decade in US history. This methods and skills course also fulfills a departmental requirement for all History majors. Through the study of the 1960s, students will be introduced to the methods and skills historians have used to write this history. This course also offers students an opportunity to think deeply about the purpose, meaning, significance, and work of history. Students will leave this course with a deeper understanding of a significant moment in US history and a fuller understanding of the exciting and powerful work of history.

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