LECTURE: Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Profess or History and Professor of African-American Studies, Harvard University
Tacky's Revolt and the Coromantee Archipelago A New Cartography of Slave Revolt"
Thursday, January 30th, 4.15 PM, L01 Carson Hall
The Minor in History consists of the successful completion of seven History courses:
A. Field of Concentration
1) At least two History courses must relate to a field of concentration selected in consultation with a faculty adviser. Concentrations may be geographic, chronological or thematic. (List of possible concentrations.)
2) A culminating experience in the form of an upperclass seminar (History 96) taken in the general area of the proposed geographic, chronological or thematic concentration.
B. Total of Seven History Courses
Besides the courses in A, select four additional History courses to bring your total up to seven. These do not need to address your field of concentration, but can be used to fulfill the distributive requirements for the major mentioned below.
C. Geographic Distribution
Your seven History courses from A and B must contain at least one course from each of the following area:
1) United States and Canada (such courses are designated Major Dist: US & CAN in the course listing below);
2) Europe (designated Major Dist: EUR in the course listing below);
3) Africa, Asia, Latin America & Caribbean (designated Major Dist: AALAC in the course listing below);
4) Interregional (designated Major Dist: INTER in the course listing below).
D. Chronological Distribution
Your seven courses from A and B must contain at least two pre-1800 courses. In the course listing below, courses fulfilling the pre-1800 requirement are designated <1800.
Limits and Exclusions, described under the Standard Major, apply to the Minor.
Last Updated: 2/10/14