HIST 598: The Vietnam Wars (Indiana State University)

This is a combination class that contains a mix of synchronous and asynchronous componenets.

There will be synchronous meetings during Week 2  (6/17/24 – 6/21/24) and Week 6 (7/15/24 – 7/19/24). The exact time and dates of these meetings will be determined by program participants.

This course examines the US involvement in Vietnam, commonly known as ‘the Vietnam War’. However, rather than focus solely on America’s intervention in Southeast Asia, this course takes a longer view. It considers deep historical foundations of conflict, the wider impact of the conflict across Asia, and the
deep legacy of war in Southeast Asia and America.

Please review the syllabus for full course information.

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

Prerequisite(s): Qualified to teach content area

Note: There is a course with the same name and number being offered at the University of Southern Indiana. Please double-check that you register for the correct course.

Indiana State University

Semester: Summer 2024 – Full Summer

Instructor: Taylor M. Easum

Graduate Credits: 3

Format: Combination
There will be synchronous meetings during Week 2  (6/17/24 – 6/21/24) and Week 6 (7/15/24 – 7/19/24). The exact time and dates of these meetings will be determined by program participants.

Dates: 6/10/24 – 8/2/24

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes

Master’s Completion: View Options for History

View Proposed Syllabus

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HIST 594: American Immigration and Emigration (Winter/Spring 2024) – Synchronous
HIST 598: The Vietnam Wars (Summer 2024) – Combination
Additional courses to be determined.