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Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: new course on the History of American Labor for Fall 2014

NEW COURSE OFFERING: HIST 3000-006: Bombs, Bullets, and Brotherhood: The History of American Labor What does Labor Day mean to you–backyard barbecues and a day off from work?  How has the nature and meaning of work changed over time? What was … Continue reading

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HIST 1000 — USEFUL FOR ALL PRESENT OR PROSPECTIVE HISTORY MAJORS !!!

HISTORY 1000 — TAUGHT BY MR. CHRIS BAIRN, FALL 2013: Do you ever feel overwhelmed when it comes to writing?  Did you used to love to write, but assignments and grades made you dread facing the blinking cursor on the … Continue reading

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Spring 2013 Semester

Welcome to the Spring 2013 semester! I hope you will take this opportunity to visit the departmental website, where you will find not only the usual sorts of information about the major, the faculty, etc., but all sorts of useful … Continue reading

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History 4800, Theory and Methods of History: Recommended for Juniors and Seniors!

Thinking about Senior Thesis-History-4990?  Wish there was a way to make the most important writing project of your Undergraduate careerless daunting and more Manageable? History-4800 *Hist-4800 is offered Tuesday 10:50AM – 1:30PM, fall semester 2012* is just what you need … Continue reading

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Welcome Back!

Paul Harvey Welcome back to the 2012-13 school year! All of you who are history majors at UCCS will be getting a “welcome” letter from me (Paul Harvey, Chair of the History Department), but I wanted to supplement that letter … Continue reading

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From Civil War to Civil Rights

Paul Harvey And while we’re on the topic of the Civil War and History 4530, one more nice piece of  reading: Ari Kelman, “From Civil War to Civil Rights,” a review of four books on the Civil War and its memory … Continue reading

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Newfangled Weaponry and OldFashioned Civil War: The Civil War Disunion Blog

Paul Harvey Students this semester in History 4530, The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1840-1890, will soon be experimenting with writing blog posts on specific topics related to the Civil War, some of which will be posted here. In the meantime, for … Continue reading

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