In my classes, I try to engage students in exploring the records of the past, examining primary documents, letters, newspapers, and diaries.
No matter how large the class, we spend as much time as possible discussing the readings and other course materials.
Readings, discussion, lecture, movies, music, and art are all tools to help students gain a significant body of historical knowledge and develop their analytical skills.
Please visit these pages for additional information:
Caroline Cox, Professor
Wendell Phillips Center, Room 110
209.946.2929 — Email