Topics in Scottish History I (HIST*6190) | College of Arts

Topics in Scottish History I (HIST*6190)

Code and section: HIST*6190*01

Term: Fall 2020

Instructor: James Fraser


AD-S Virtual:

This course will be taught online in a Synchronous format on the following scheduled day(s) and time(s):

W    11:30 am - 2:20 pm

Course Synopsis:

This course will introduce students to selected aspects of medieval and early modern Scottish history and historiography, including the use of source materials, and practical training involving manuscripts in the University Archives.

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