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HIS-787 Introduction To Historical Methods and...
This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to practice collecting, interpreting, and presenting data according to acceptable standards of method and style. Through focused discussions of the nature and problems of the discipline of history and specific challenges in Deaf history, students will gain confidence and skill in ”doing” and assessing Deaf history. Because this course also examines the interaction between historical techniques and those of related disciplines, students with varied backgrounds and interests will improve their critical thinking and research skills.
HIS 731 or by permission of the instructor.
Introduction to Documentary…
Students will become acquainted with documentary film as…
History of the…
This course will introduce students to the history…
History of Mass…
This is an historical survey of the mass…
Topics in European…
This course will cover a variety of important…
Deaf People in…
This course will cover a series of important…
History of Disability…
This course will address the meaning of disability…
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