I walked through Washington Square Park, Taylor Swift’s Welcome to New York playing in my ears, and thought to myself: I could really get used to living in New York City.
Major Learning Outcomes
I didn’t know what to expect when it came to HIS-290: The Historical Imagination. I expected a traditional methodology course, much like POL-226, a ‘weedout’ course that taught me how to read and write for Political Science and International Relations. It weeded me out, and […]
For our HIS-309: The Enlightenment in Europe semester-long research project, we were challenged to create a digital salon. As the salonniere, I decided the type of salon that I wanted to create. I had to choose the participants and I had to decide the audience I wanted […]
For my HIS-347 Midterm, I wrote about love, marriage, and gender in the Italian Renaissance. I feel like I really proved my argument using primary sources of letters, paintings, and books from the period. The paper was well-received by my professor, and I received an A.