07:20 PM to 10:00 PM T
Krug Hall 253
Section Information for Fall 2011HIST 300 is about doing history. To that end, we will be asking the following questions as we conduct our investigations: **What are the FACTS of America's sexual history? What do we know about sex in the past? **How do historians INTERPRET what they know about Americans' sexual behavior? How do they construct their arguments and advance their claims? How do we evaluate those claims? **What kind of TOOLS do historians use to prove their arguments? Are some kinds of evidence better than others? How do historians approach their sources, especially when dealing with a sensitive, personal topic like sex and sexuality?
Satisfies the general education requirement in synthesis.
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Enrollment is limited to students with a major in History.