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Globalizing the U.S. Survey Course: Overview

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Globalizing the U.S. Survey Course: Overview

 

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More than a dozen UCSC graduate students of world history have collaborated in developing a two quarter model globalized U.S. history survey course. It is being made available here to support and inspire the development of a new globalized U.S. survey for the 21st century.

For an overview, see presenting the rationale, the organization of the two teacher syllabi, the following sample lectures below, and a critical comment by Carl Guarneri (History/St. Mary's College) please see the 2006 World History Association papers: Globalizing the U.S. Survey Course: Overview.

 



UCSC World History graduate students Sarah Doub, Anders Otterness, Urmi Engineer and Eliza Martin with Professor Terry Burke at the 2006 World History Association meeting.


Urmi Engineer - Globalizing the U.S. Survey: An Overview (.pdf)

Sarah Doub - Globalizing the U.S. Survey: Part 1 (.pdf)

Eliza L. Martin - Globalizing the U.S. Survey: Part 2 (.pdf)

Anders Otterness – America in World History Week 4 Lecture (.ppt)

Carl Guarneri - Globalizing the U.S. History Survey: Approaches and Issues (.pdf)

 

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