HIST 55200: Colonial America

As an upper level course, this class seeks to introduce students to major schools of thought (and the most well-known historians) regarding contact, colonization, and social life in the North American colonies. Students will selectively synthesize information from the readings into short, in-class written responses. On biweekly quizzes, students will demonstrate their ability to identify key persons, places, and events named in the readings and lectures. I include topics from periods 1-3 in APUSH.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

This is a Summer II course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Summer I and Summer II.

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Purdue University Northwest

Instructor: Professor Wendy St. Jean

Graduate Credits: 3

Semester: Summer 2022 – Summer I

Dates: 6/13/22 – 8/5/22

Format: Online Asynchronous

Graduate Certificate Available: No

Prerequisite: Qualified to teach content area