History 20s.04: Europe and the Cold War, 1939-1991:
D. Silbey, Instructor
This class emphasizes presentation and argument. To that end, you will be writing several papers over the course of the semester, giving an oral presentation in class, and, generally, I would hope, speaking your mind in seminar.
The main textbook for this course is Paul Johnson's Modern Times
There are supplementary readings, as noted in the syllabus.
We meet twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:40 to 1:55 in Carr 242.
Office hours are Tuesday afternoons, 2-4 pm, immediately after class in Carr 204.
Email is probably the best (non-emergency) way of reaching me. I am at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may call me at home to make an appointment, at 919-563-3925. The quality of mercy shown will be roughly dependent on the time of the phone call.
- Course Synopsis
Some of the Authorial Responses are not available--for various reasons. If they don't come up when you click on the link, then my apologies in advance.
- David Silbey, Economic Motivations to Enlist in the British Working-Class, 1914-1916
- Dan Lutz
- Katie Walters
- Wade Podlich
- Dan Baer
- Hill Hardman
- Meredith Pavia
- Philip Warren
- Evan Williams
- Mike Zulandt
- Mike Albano
- Meredith Weinberg
- Will White
- Ryan Vangrack
- Amy Moulton
- Ryan Braunstein
- Benjamin Braun