Raymond A. Jonas
An introduction to historiographical classics and exemplary new works in the various fields of modern European history. Members of the seminar choose research topics and present the results of their research to the seminar.
Research seminar. This is the second quarter in the year-long research seminar sequence (HSTEU510-511-512). The sequence is open to History graduate students in all fields. It is required of all History graduate students whose primary field is in eastern, central, or western European history. Course content includes the completion of a seminar paper over the course of two quarters.
Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Seminar, independent research.
Completion of HSTEU 510 or HIST 595
Class assignments and grading
Assignments include the completion of a research prospectus with working bibliography; presentation and discussion of the prospectus; independent research in consultation with the instructor and subject specialists; completion and presentation of seminar paper drafts (in the second quarter, HSTEU512); presentation of article-length final draft (also in 2nd quarter) as a final assignment.