This course will examine historical literature related to the 1920s with an emphasis on gender, race, politics, and cultural shifts.
Course Credits: 3
Student Learning Outcomes
This course is designed to function as an exercise in reading and interpreting secondary sources. Through discussions, students will analyze historical arguments, assess their validity, and compare and contrast the historical evidence used by scholars.
Furthermore, students will engage in primary source research to propose and defend an argument based on historical evidence.