Christopher Comer, Dean
History Summer Classes
Face to Face
Instructor: Kyle G. Volk
What is the story of America? Develop your own answers while wrestling with early American history from Columbus and the Age of Exploration through Lincoln and the American Civil War.
Gen Ed Attributes: Historical and Cultural Studies (H) and Democracy and Citizenship (Y)
Instructor: Robert H. Greene
The Second World War was unlike any war before or since, and nowhere was its destructive energy felt more forcefully than in Eastern Europe under Nazi and Soviet occupation. Of the seventy million lives that the war claimed worldwide, nearly half were lost in Eastern Europe, an area roughly equivalent in size to the U.S. Midwest. This online course will make use of primary sources, wartime documents, scholarly works, memoirs and diaries, visual arts, literature, and film to examine the mechanics and rhythms of life and survival, resistance and collaboration, commemoration and loss on the Eastern Front.