History 101 Seminars

What is History 101?

The History 101 seminar is designed to guide you through the capstone experience of your undergraduate education as a history major: the researching and writing of your senior thesis. Successful completion of this challenging but rewarding endeavor requires you to do the work of a historian. Ultimately, this translates to producing a piece of scholarship – in this case a 30-50 page final paper – in which you articulate and defend a historical interpretation/argument rooted in extensive primary source research, informed by thorough secondary source reading.

The 101 priority enrollment application will begin in early July 2016.  At that time, you will enroll directly through CalCentral pursuant to department consent and procedures.  More information will be provided via email in the coming weeks.

101 Courses

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101.002: Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History MajorsA complete description is forthcoming. Please check back. The Staff
TBD
TBD
16008
101.003: The Writers Group Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History MajorsA complete description is forthcoming. Please check back. Peter Sahlins
2231 Dwinelle
WF 12-2P
101.004: Seminar in Historical Research and Writing for History MajorsA complete description is forthcoming. Please check back. The Staff
TBD
TBD
16008