Today is Advising Day at Bethel University, as professors meet with students to start making plans for their Interim and Spring 2015 courses. Actual registration is still a couple of weeks away, but here’s a preview of what’s on for the History Department. We’ll start with J-term, then share Spring courses tomorrow.
HIS223L History of the American West
Prof. AnneMarie Kooistra will help students explore the history and mythology of the American frontier; as always, expect lots of movies and a costume day!
HIS230L World War I
Profs. Chris Gehrz and Sam Mulberry lead their second trip to Europe, taking a dozen students to sites in London, Oxford, the former Western Front, Paris, and Munich.
POS/HIS241L Revolution and Political Development
Prof. Chris Moore, Bethel’s resident international relations specialist, regularly teaches this cross-listed class, comparing revolutions and democratization from multiple eras and regions.