HIST-1102 Introduction II: Historical Concepts
Both during learning and research in history, it is necessary to be familiarized with a series of concepts and knowledge on the relations interconnecting them. Nonetheless, many of these concepts have been formulated by other disciplines and even terms have ended up changing their meaning in different times. These circumstances show as well that concepts are historically determined and susceptible to change in time, therefore becoming an ideal field for history scholars. The program intends to analyze some of the fundamental concepts of 20th century historiography.
InstructorBonnett Velez Diana
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