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Capstone (HIST 496) Projections

Summer 2017 – Spring 2019

Students are strongly encouraged to take one lead-in course for each 484.  Please note that the enrollment for 484 sections is only 18 students and you may want to be prepared for two different 484 topics.  You must ask the faculty member teaching the section of 484 that you wish to enroll in to give you an electronic permit.  After the faculty member gives you the permit, you still need to register for the course.

Summer 2017

Rice – West Virginia History (History 250: West Virginia History)

 

Fall 2017

Gorby – West Virginia History (History 250: West Virginia History; History 473: Appalachian Regional History)

Keliher – Modern China (History 325: Modern China; History 493: Intellectual History of China)

 

Spring 2018

Frazier – African American Experience (History 451: African American History – 1900; History 452: African American Since 1900; History 470: U.S. Civil Rights Movement)

Siekmeier -- U.S. Foreign Relations in the 20th Century (History 276: 20th Century American Foreign Relations; History 393Y: Decolonization and the Cold War; History 457: The U.S. from McKinley to the New Deal, 1896 to 1933, History 464: American Foreign Relations 1941 to Present; History 365: Vietnam War, F2017)

Staples – Medieval England (History 424: Britain 1455-1603)

 

Summer 2018

Rice – West Virginia History (History 250: West Virginia History)

 
Fall 2018

Stephens – Ethnicity, Gender, and the Law in Mexico (History 439: History of Modern Mexico, Spring 2017 and 2018)

Phillips – US Civil War (History 293G: SPTP: The American Civil War, Fall 2016, History 453: Civil War and Reconstruction, Spring 2018, History 454: Coming of the US Civil War, Fall 2017)

 

Spring 2019

Boulware – Colonial America (History 264: American Indian History, Spring 2017 and 2018, and History 441: Seventeenth Century Colonial America, Fall 2017 and 2018)

Aaslestad – Urban Modern Europe (History 207: Revolutionary Europe, Spring 2018; History 421, Hitler and the Third Reich, Fall 2018; History 423: History of Fascism, Fall 2016; History 417: World War II in Europe, Fall 2017 and Spring 2018; History 418, Eastern Europe since 1945, Fall 2017)