HistoryHIS 200B Introduction to Research Methods in History

This team-taught seminar introduces graduate students to the "how" of historical research. Designed to offer concrete, practical skills toward accomplishing an intensive research project, this course covers topic development, efficient reading strategies, research methods, and interpretive approaches. The seminar features professors from the Department of History, who expose students to the "hidden curriculum" of research-intensive scholarly work. Students also train in habits of note-taking, research planning, and inclusive discussion as well as facilitation techniques.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter

Instructor

Kathleen Gutierrez