*Summer 2020 update: The examples below should give you some sense of what my courses look like, but as you’d expect, I am in the process of dramatically reimagining and redesigning them for the 2020-2021 academic year.

You can find older syllabi below. Please keep in mind that I am constantly revising these–the schedules, the assignments/requirements, the readings, etc.–and so what you see here may not be what I use in future iterations of these courses. I will also be continuing to build an archive of other course-related materials, including assignments and study guides, as well as developing more extensive course websites (don’t hold your breath on those, but eventually…).

Introductory/100-level courses:

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Historical methods sequence (297/298)

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Upper/300-level courses:

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400-level seminars:

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