|HIST 7000||Introduction to Historical Methods and Theory|
A general introduction to the theoretical and analytical frameworks used by historians, which can include but is not limited to Marxist, gender, anthropological, sociological, cultural, linguistic, and post colonial interpretative methods. Required of all candidates for graduate degrees in history, to be taken in the first year of residence if possible. A grade of B or higher is required of all M.A. and Ph.D. candidates.