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HIS 3150: The Creation of the Modern Middle East / Dr. Hanne: Home

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Welcome to the HIS 3150 Historical Methods:: The Creation of the Modern Middle East Guide created especially for you!

Your goal of this guide is to provide the tools to investigate the foundations for the creation of the modern Middle East, as well as the actions, were taken by both external and internal actors and the legacy of these actions from the late-nineteenth-century on through to the middle of the twentieth century (i.e., ~1830-1962).  It is through this investigation that students will learn the “tricks of the trade” when it comes to conducting historical research and producing works for the field.

              

“A historian ought to be exact, sincere and impartial; free from passion, unbiased by interest, fear, resentment or affection; and faithful to the truth, which is the mother of history the preserver of great actions, the enemy of oblivion, the witness of the past, the director of the future.” B. R. Ambedkar

David McCullough - "History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are."
 

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