What is History 103?
The History 103 course is a proseminar on historiography involving close reading and critical discussion. Every history major is required to take at least one History 103, although taking more than one is highly recommended. Multiple 103s are offered each fall and spring term, and the topics are almost never repeated.
- Students in all majors are welcome to enroll in History 103. Students at all levels are welcome, but some lower division experience in history is expected.
- Taking more than one 103 in the same semester is not highly recommended, but it is possible. Note that only one seat can be assigned in priority enrollment.
- Transfer students in their first semester should certainly try a 103 if the topic is of particular interest. Please also have a backup lecture.
- History 103 is likely to include some research work which can be used later toward a 101 topic.
Fall 2020 Seminars
Fall 2020 103 seminar numbers and descriptions will be posted here in July. They will be available for registration in Phase II. Seats will be held for declared majors for the first week or so, then they will be available to everyone.