HTY 607: Seminar in American Foreign Relations
Instructor: Professor Elizabeth McKillen
Days /Time: Tuesday, 4-5:50 PM
Course Number: 43240
Location: Stevens Hall 175
Course Description: This course introduces students to methodological and theoretical debates in the fields of U.S. foreign relations, international, and transnational history and guides them in conducting an original research project. Students my choose to focus on either governmental or nongovernmental actors who have shaped U.S. foreign relations history for their research project and paper. Examples of the latter group include missionaries, social reformers, multinational corporations, labor activists, intellectuals, and NGOs.