In 1938 FDR told the American people, "The only sure bulwark of continuing liberty is a government strong enough to protect the interests of the people, and a people strong enough and well enough informed to maintain its sovereign control over its government." (April 14, 1938) With this in mind, all students should have a sense of current events on the national and international level. I suggest the following links for a diverse perspective: BBC, Aljazeera, Asia Times, New York Times, Times of London, CNN, FOXNews.
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HIS 2301-20 World History to 1648 in EJW 213 @ 10 MW
HIS 2324-31 Modern US History (online)
HIS 3380-01 Introduction to Historical Methods in EJW B25 @ 1:30 Tue/Thurs
HIS 4328-40 History of Ancient Greece and Rome in EJW B26 @ 7pm Tuesday
HIS 4399-01 Nineteenth Century Europe in STC 114 @ 1:30 Tuesday