This course offers excellent opportunities to develop information literacy skills. It also offers a way to continue to learn some beginning research skills in preparation for the capstone History course.
As always, I look forward to working with the history faculty in purchasing needs and also in any information literacy assignment help. I believe that the Library is adequately prepared for anyone taking this broad topics course.
Reference and Instruction Librarian Saint Mary’s College
HIST110:WOMEN INEUROPEAN HISTORY,1500-PRESENT
PROFESSOR: AELEAH SOINE EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org MEETINGTIME: MF 1:00-2:40PM CLASSROOM: DANTE 116 OFFICEHOURS: MW 4:00-5:00, W 9:00-10:00, and by appt. OFFICE: Galileo 311
COURSEDESCRIPTION— This course traces the history of women in Europe since 1500. The organization is a broadly chronological path through evolving feminist theories and patterns of everyday life for women of various classes, regions, and eras. Given the breadth of this course, it will focus on particular moments that illuminate significant historical changes in how European women were viewed by their world and how they viewed the world around them. Scholarly essays provide the historical context necessary for a foundational understanding of course topics and introduce students to historical debates representing the diversity of scholars’ perspectives. Primary sources highlight the historical contributions of individuals and groups of women, and offer students their own opportunities to practice critical thinking and analytic skills necessary for independent historical interpretation and synthesis through written and oral communication.