HTY 599 (0001): Special Topics in History: “Nationality and National History”

Instructor: Professor Mary Freeman

Days/Time: Wed, 4:00-5:50pm

Course Number: 42959 or 42960

Location: Stevens Hall 310 or WEB-Online

Description: This course will explore the role of nationality in modern history. For two centuries, nations have been central to the framing and writing of historical scholarship. In recent years, however, domestic and international forces have generated numerous questions about the significance of nationality. The course would benefit students seeking context for their national studies or working on transnational topics. The course will also give interested students the opportunity to develop a syllabus and teaching field in a specific national history.

Prerequisite: Graduate standing in History or History major with Senior Standing; others by permission.