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10:30 AM to 11:45 AM TR — Robinson A106
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Considers constructions of historical narratives and their context in major world historical events by examining significant current topics such as revolution, race, empire, and religion over time. Considers how public narratives about history are constructed. Students will communicate their understanding of multiple historical literacy's through written, oral and digital means.
HNRS 110 or HNRS 302