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Graduate Catalog 2013-14

HI 550 The Intellectual History of the American Revolution

Explores the intellectual history of the American Revolutionary Era, from 1750 to 1785. Students will seek to identify the concepts and cognitive methods which early Americans used to answer political questions and guide political behavior. Students will be introduced to the major interpretive schools on this subject and read broadly in the Revolutionary political literature, from pamphlets and essays to sermons and private letters. The course provides the opportunity for advanced study of the history and historiography of the American Revolution as an intellectual phenomenon. (3)

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