This course will examine the reform movements of the Progressive Era.
The class interweaves the political, social, economic, and cultural dimensions of this experience with emphasis on the linkages between them.
Course Credits: 3
Student Learning Outcomes
This course is designed to function as an exercise in reading and interpreting secondary sources and as a traditional graduate seminar class in which student will engage and lead discussions. Through discussions and annotated bibliographies, students will analyze historical arguments, assess their validity, and compare and contrast the historical evidence used by scholars.