Courses: Fall 2011

It is that time of year again…classes at James Madison University start again on August 29.  Like the last two semesters, I am taking three courses and I am a Teaching Assistant once again.  The courses I am taking this fall include:

HIST 590 – Gender in Latin America.  Instructor: William C. Van Norman

HIST 600 – Seminar in US History: Early Period.  Instructor: Philip David Dillard

HIST 700 – Thesis Research.  Instructor: Christopher Versen

In addition, I will TA for GHIST 101 World History to 1500 taught by Michael Seth.  I took a course last fall with Dr. Seth (HIST 653) and had a great time.  In fact, the only professor this semester that I have yet to work with is Dr. Van Norman.  Dr. Versen is my thesis director, and I worked with Dr. Dillard on History Day in the Spring.

I am looking forward to beginning the second, and final year of my Master’s degree.  I will post the list of books for each course in the coming days, and, as always, I will describe each class in detail once the semester begins.


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