HTY 498(0001): Senior Seminar: Native American History

Instructor:  Micah Pawling

Days/Time: Tues 4-5:50pm

Location: Stevens Hall 175

Description: Senior Seminar is the history major’s capstone experience, offering an opportunity to utilize skills you have acquired in your previous history classes: critical reading, research, analytical writing, and argumentation.

This seminar explores the various research methods in Native American history. Students will learn different historical approaches to understand indigenous perspectives in the past. A chosen research project will provide an opportunity for students to engage in their own research and apply their skills as a historian.

General Education Requirements: Satisfies the Writing Intensive and Capstone Experience requirements.

Prerequisites: Restricted to history majors with senior standing.