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African American History (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jun 25, 2013
A guide to resources on the study of African American History.
Americans at War: Society, Culture and the Homefront (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Jan 31, 2014
This guide will help you with your projects for Dr. Jack Resch's HIST 444 class.
Civil War and Reconstruction (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Sep 30, 2013
This guide primarily covers the period from 1828 to 1877 in U.S. History, focusing on the origins, course, and consequences of the Civil War. While it does cover military aspects of the war in some detail, it focuses on other topics, as well.
Classical Greece (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Apr 2, 2012
This guide will help you with your research paper for Prof. Ann-Maria Contarino's HUMA 519 course.
Collective Guilt and Responsibility in History
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jul 2, 2013
This guide provides resources for exploring historical themes related to for HIST444F, a first year seminar which deals with the legacy of the Second World War.
Colloquium: America in the 1930s (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
Major colloquium spanning the period between the stock market crash of 1929 and the 1941 Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. Students will complete a major research paper based on original sources, dealing with American history during the 1930s.
Colloquium: America in the 1960s
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Feb 4, 2014
Resource guide for senior colloquium in the Department of History.
Colloquium: Citizenship and Inequality in the Americas (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jun 25, 2013
This course examines the modern nation-state in comparative historical perspective. It explores how the ideas and realities of race and gender have shaped state formation, policy, and law in the Americas.
Colloquium: Religious Conflict in Early Modern Europe
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jun 12, 2013
Resource guide for senior colloquium in the Department of History.
Democracy and Race in America (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This guide will help you with your research for Dr. Jack Resch's HUMA 796/HIST 701 course.
Democracy and the Constitution (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Mar 19, 2012
This guide will help you with your assignments for Dr. John Resch's HIST 595 course.
Early American History (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Sep 17, 2013
America from the early age of European discovery to the mid-19th century. Emphasizes the colonial experience; the separation of the English colonies from Great Britain; and the early National Period.
Economic History of the United States
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jul 1, 2013
A guide for the study of the economic history of the U.S. from the Early Republic through the 20th Century.
European Crisis: 1900-1945 (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Jun 18, 2013
This guide will help you with your assignments for Prof. John Cerullo's HIST 600/HUMA 730 course.
Great Trials (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Oct 5, 2011
This guide will help you with your assignemnts for Prof. John Cerullo's HIST 600/HUMA 730 course.
History and Literature of Music (UNH Durham)
by Louise Buckley - Last Updated Jul 23, 2013
Information on library resources, services and more to help you on projects for Music 501 & 502.
History Colloquium (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Feb 11, 2014
This guide will help you with your research paper for Prof. Robert Macieski's HIST 797 course.
History of Modern America (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Oct 3, 2013
A research guide to the history of the United States from the mid 19th Century to the present.
Humanities II: The Enlightenment (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Mar 3, 2014
This guide will help you with your assignments for HUMA 412 with Professor Cerullo.
Introduction to Historical Thinking (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Oct 22, 2013
This guide will help you with your assignments for John Cerullo's HIST 500 course.
Money of the Mind: Borrowing and Lending in European History
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Sep 19, 2013
This guide supports a senior colloquium that examines from a historical perspective the role that economic exchange has played in the western tradition.
New Hampshire History (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jul 3, 2013
Resources to guide the study of New Hampshire history from the colonial period to the present.
Novelists and Economists (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This guide will help you with your assignments for Prof. Tom Birch's ECN 410W course.
Revolution, Democracy, and Political Culture (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Jan 21, 2014
This guide will help you with your assignments for Dr. John Resch's HIST 797 Senior Seminar course.
Social Justice and Civil Rights in America (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso - Last Updated Mar 14, 2013
This guide will help you with your research for Dr. Jack Resch's HIST 600/HUMA 730 course.
Soviet Life and Culture under Joseph Stalin’s Leadership
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jul 3, 2013
This colloquium will explore daily life and cultural developments under Joseph Stalin, who ruled the Soviet Union 1928-1953. We will focus on the domestic, as opposed to the international, experience of Soviet citizens during these years.
The World of Henry VIII (UNH Manchester)
by Carolyn Gamtso, Kate Norton - Last Updated Feb 14, 2014
This guide will help you with your research paper in Prof. Michael Glaeser's HUMA 592 course.
United States and Asia (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jul 3, 2013
A guide to resources on impact of American, power, ideals and practices on Asia, especially during the 20th Century.
Wartime Propaganda
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jun 12, 2013
Supports the examination of propaganda in World War I and World War II Britain and the United States.
Western Civilization (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jan 29, 2014
The classical origins and evolution of European civilization through the Renaissance, Reformation, and voyages of discovery. The rise of Europe to global supremacy in the 19th century and its transformation in the 20th century.
World History to the 16th Century (UNH Durham)
by Bill Ross - Last Updated Jun 24, 2013
The global experience of human communities with special emphasis on the development of the major civilizations and their interactions. Comparisons of social, cultural, religious, and political life and the emergence of distinctive and diverse human societ
 

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