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1 California State University, Chico Department of History History 290, Historians and Historical Methodology Section 02, Spring 2011 Instructor: Jason Nice Office location: Trinity 202 Telephone: (the worst way to reach me) (the best way to reach me) Office hours: WF 8:00-9:00; F 12:00-3:00 Class days/time: MWF 11:00-11:50 Classroom: Butte 323 (Taylor 205 Computer Lab on 1/28, 4/4, 4/6 and 4/8) Course Usage of Blackboard Vista Copies of the course syllabus, course readings, research links, grade book and assignment drop boxes are found on Vista. You are responsible for regularly checking the online resources, which are accessed through the portal at Course Description and Goals Introduction to the discipline of history and historical methods. The course emphasizes the need to acquire writing and research skills appropriate to the discipline, as well as an appreciation for the importance of historiography or different historical interpretations. (This course is required of history majors and is ideally taken the semester that the history major is declared).

2 Texts/Readings Print Richard J. Evans, In Defence of History (London: Granta, 1997). ISBN Keith Jenkins, Re-thinking History (London: Routledge, 1991). ISBN A. N. Wilson, London: A History (New York: The Modern Library, 2006). ISBN Mary Lynn Rampolla, A Pocket Guide to Writing in History, 6 th ed. (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin s, 2010). ISBN Online (free) and Assignments and Grading Policy You will be graded on the 100-point scale below. Plan carefully to earn the grade that you desire! Failure to submit a page research essay by 5/20 will result in failure of the class despite your final average grade. Research Essay: Final Draft (15%) Research Essay: Full Rough Draft (10%) Research Essay: Outline (5%) Annotated Bibliography (10%) Research Topic (2.5%) Bibliography/Footnote Assignment (5%) Research Question (2.5%) Grading Scale A A B B B C Late Policy Presentation (5%) Source Assignment (5%) Theory Exam (10%) Participation (10%) In-class Writing Exercise, 9/10 (5%) Essay 1 (10%) Rubric (5%) C C D D F 60-0 You will receive half credit for any work completed after the deadlines on the course schedule.

3 Student Learning Outcomes This course will serve all Student Learning Outcomes determined by the History Department: SLO 1. Student s work demonstrates critical use and proper citation of both primary and secondary sources. SLO 2. Student s work employs the formal styles of writing, argumentation, and presentation that historians use. SLO 3. Student s work demonstrates a basic mastery of research techniques that historians use. SLO 4. Oral presentations are clear and comprehensive. SLO 5. Student s work reflects an understanding of historiographic traditions. SLO 6. Student s work reflects an understanding of the intellectual, political, economic, social, and cultural history of the United States, Europe, Classical Civilization, the Near East, or one Non-Western area. SLO 7. Student s work reflects an understanding the roles of race, class, gender, or ethnicity in history. Participation The participation grade is based upon two factors: 1) classroom demeanor, including everything from bringing your book to class to sharing your opinions with the class; and 2) attendance. You are allowed two unexcused absences, no questions asked. However, each additional absence will result in a 15% decrease in the total possible class participation grade. For example, two unexcused absences would result in a total possible grade of 100%, three unexcused absences would result in a total possible grade of 85%, and so on. An excused absence must be due to a family emergency or documented health issue. Please do not other excuses. Turnitin.com and Plagiarism: TurnItIn.com is an online resource to which you are required to submit most of the following assignments. 1 Once an essay has been submitted to TurnItIn, the service searches its own database (including all past essays and exams submitted for this class) and billions of Internet pages for instances of plagiarism. As defined by the university, plagiarism occurs when a [student] deliberately uses someone else s language, ideas, or other original (not commonknowledge) material without acknowledging its source. Plagiarism is a violation of the university s Policy on Academic Integrity ( 1 Please note that a copy of your essay will become part of TurnItIn s database. If you agree to this, please disregard the next sentence, and submit your essay as explained above. If you don't agree to this, please bring a hard copy of your essay to class along with a photocopy of the first page of all reference sources used. Please ask if you have any questions.

4 em04_36.htm). Please be aware that instances of plagiarism will lead to failure of the assignment or failure of the course. Furthermore, the university may impose a number of administrative sanctions, including expulsion. For more information see Rampolla, chap. 6. It is very easy to catch attempted plagiarism, so please don t try! Ask if you are unsure about what constitutes plagiarism or how to cite someone else s ideas honestly. Assignments (submission instructions underlined) Friday, 2/4: Source assignment (1 page) In a short paragraph, list the types of sources available on the London Lives and Old Bailey websites. Then, after spending time exploring both sites, find one primary source that facinates you. In a second paragraph, write a short single-source analysis of this document (see Rampolla, 2b-1 and 3b-5 for guidance). Before coming to class, upload the two paragraphs as one document by following the link on Vista. Bring a hard copy to class, along with a print out of the document that you analyzed. Friday, 2/11: In-class writing exercise (1 page) After receiving the Essay 1 instructions in class, draft a thesis statement in response to the question (based upon the source that you brought to class and the lecture material presented on 1/26, 2/2 and 2/9). By the end of class, submit a thesis statement and outline for Essay 1. Friday, 2/18: Essay 1 (2-3 pages) Using the instructions handed out on 2/11, paying close attention to Rampolla 4a-g, upload the essay (before coming to class) by following the link on Vista. Bring a hard copy to class. Wednesday, 2/23: Rubric Download and print out the blank research essay rubric worksheet from Vista. In the left-hand column of the worksheet, list all of the criteria that you think should be graded in the research essay (e.g., Introduction, Conclusion, Style, etc.). Then, in the top row, list the values that the criteria should be graded by (e.g., Poor, Good, etc.). Rubrics should somehow incorporate the minimum requirements for the research essay: pages double-spaced including footnotes and bibliography; a clear thesis; well-written; supporting evidence drawn from at least five primary and ten secondary sources; and footnotes and bibliography in the Chicago Manual of Style format). Bring a hard copy to class where we will discuss everyone s ideas and settle upon a finalized rubric that I will use to grade your research essays. Friday, 2/25: Research topic (1 paragraph) Using the guidelines set forth by Rampolla, 5a-1, select a topic for your research essay. At this stage, having read several chapters of Wilson s textbook and the historical background areas of London Lives and the Old Bailey Online, what subject do you find the most compelling or problematic? In one paragraph, introduce the topic and show that London Lives or the Old Bailey Online have the primary sources necessary to research this topic. Upload the assignment (before coming to class) by following the link on Vista and bring a hard copy to class.

5 Friday, 3/4: Preliminary bibliography/footnote assignment (15 sources) Compose a list of secondary sources (chapters, articles, books, etc.) that relate to the topic that you have chosen. For each source, using the Chicago Manual of Style rules (Rampolla, 7c-3), write both a bibliographic entry (B) and a footnote entry (N). Upload the assignment (before coming to class) by following the link on Vista and bring a hard copy to class. Note: you do not need to locate the actual chapter/article/book for this assignment, as you will receive instructions regarding library research the following Wednesday. Monday, 3/7: Theory exam The in-class exam consists of idenfitication questions and a short essay question relating to the readings by Jenkins and Evans. Friday, 3/11: Research question (1 page) After reading through your preliminary bibliography, narrow your topic and write a research question, following Rampolla s tips for asking good research questions in 5a-2. Then, make a list of at least 5 primary source documents (from either London Lives or Old Bailey Online) that might be used to answer your question. At this stage, you do not need to answer the question (have a thesis) or analyze the documents, but you do need a good question that can be researched. Upload the assignment (before coming to class) by following the link on Vista and bring a hard copy to class. Friday, 3/25: Annotated bibliography (5 primary sources; 10 secondary sources) At the beginning of the assignment, type your research question just beneath your name. Then, compose a bibliography consisting of 5 primary sources and 10 secondary sources (the two lists of sources should be alphabetized separately). Beneath each bibliographic entry, write a short paragraph explaining how the source relates to your research question. At the end of this assignment, write a working thesis statement (an answer to your research question, Rampolla 5b- 2). For help writing annotated bibliographies, see Rampolla 3b-2 and 7c-3. Upload the assignment (before coming to class). You do not need to bring a hard copy to class. Week 9: Research essay: outline (1-2 pages) Bring a hard copy outline of your page research essay to your scheduled tutorial. See: Rampolla 5e. You do not need to upoad this assignment digitally. Weeks 11-12: Presentation Power Point presentations will last approximately 15 minutes per student (including Q&A). The presentations will follow the guidelines discussed in class in Week 10, including: your research question; brief historical background/context; summary of secondary literature; explanation of your case/cases/statistics; and finally your thesis (or, how your primary sources are pointing towards an answer to your research question). Power Point presentations must be turned in by following the link on Vista no later than the midnight before the day of the presentation. 50% of the presentation grade is based you re your questions to other presenters. It is not necessary to ask a question to every presenter, but it is necessary to pay attention to every presenter. If you miss class on a day when you are not presenting, then your presentation grade will be decreased by 10%.

6 Friday, 4/29: Research essay: full rough draft By 4:00pm on Friday, April 29, please submit a hard copy of the rough draft to the History Department office and upload the draft following the link on Vista. The research essay should follow the guidelines established by Rampolla with the following minimum requirements: pages double-spaced including footnotes and bibliography; a clear thesis; and supporting evidence drawn from at least five primary and ten secondary sources. The research essay must be written properly (see Appendix 1) and include correct documentation (footnotes and bibliography) according to the rules of the Chicago Manual of Style as explained in Rampolla s A Pocket Guide to Writing in History. Your grade for the rough draft will be entirely based upon whether or not you met these minimum requirements, although I will fill out an ungraded final draft rubric (created earlier in the semester) to indicate areas to improve upon. Friday, 5/20: Research essay: final draft By 11:59pm on Friday, May 20, upload the final draft of your research paper. The final draft has the same minimum requirements as the full rough draft, and will be graded using the rubric created earlier in the semester. You do not need to submit a hard copy. University Policies and Campus Resources Academic integrity Students are expected to be familiar with the University s Academic Integrity Policy. Your own commitment to learning, as evidenced by your enrollment at California State University, Chico, and the University s Academic Integrity Policy requires you to be honest in all your academic course work. Faculty members are required to report all infractions to the Office of Student Judicial Affairs. The policy on academic integrity and other resources related to student conduct can be found at: Campus Policy in Compliance with the American Disabilities Act If you need course adaptations or accommodations because of a disability, or if you need to make special arrangements in case the building must be evacuated, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible, or see me during office hours. Students with disabilities requesting accommodations must register with the DSS Office (Disability Support Services) to establish a record of their disability. Special accommodations for exams require ample notice to the testing office and must be submitted to the instructor well in advance of the exam date. Student Computing Computer labs for student use are available located on the 1 st floor of the Merriam Library Rm 116 and 450, Tehama Hall Rm.131 and the BMU Rm 301.

7 Student Services Student services are designed to assist students in the development of their full academic potential and to motivate them to become self-directed learners. Students can find support for services such as skills assessment, individual or group tutorials, subject advising, learning assistance, summer academic preparation and basic skills development. Student services information can be found at: Disability Services Any student who feels s/he may need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact me privately to discuss your specific needs. Please also contact the Disability Support Services office to coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Disabilities Support Services online: Student Learning Center The mission of the Student Learning Center (SLC) is to provide services that will assist CSU, Chico students to become independent learners. The SLC prepares and supports students in their college course work by offering a variety of programs and resources to meet student needs. The SLC facilitates the academic transition and retention of students from high schools and community colleges by providing study strategy information, content subject tutoring, and supplemental instruction. The SLC is online at The University Writing Center has been combined with the Student Learning Center. Ask Questions: If, at any time during the course, you have a special situation that you need to call to my attention, if you feel that you are falling behind, or if you simply want to chat about this course or about the History major, please don t hesitate to contact me by or in office hours. DO NOT send me an via the Vista system, since I check this less frequently.

8 All readings are required, unless otherwise indicated, and must be completed before coming to class. Always bring the assigned books to class on Mon. and Fri. Theoretical Mondays Contextual Wednesdays Practical Fridays Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Introductions British History to 1660 Read: Wilson, chaps. 1-5 (recommended) Read: Jenkins: Preface; Introduction; 1 What history is. Rampolla: chap. 3c Labor Day Read: Jenkins: 2 On some questions and some answers; 3 History in the post-modern world Restoration London Read Wilson, chap. 6 Georgian London Read: Wilson, chap. 7 Industrial Revolution London; Victorian London Read: Wilson, chaps. 8-9 Computer Lab (Taylor 205) - Types of Sources Read: Rampolla, chaps. 1-2; and Vista links How to Read a Source Read: Rampolla, chap. 3a-b; and Vista link Source assignment due How to Write a History Essay Read: Rampolla, chap. 4a-f In-class writing exercise How to Edit Your Writing Read: Rampolla, chap. 4g Essay 1 due Read: Evans: Intro; 1 The History of History; The Research Essay Rubric - Discuss How to Start a Research Project 2 History, Science and Morality; 3 Historians Read: Rampolla, chap. 5a-b; and Vista links and their Facts; 4 Sources and Discourses Rubric due Research topic due Read: Evans:: 5 Causation in History; 6 Society and the Individual; 7 Knowledge and Power; 8 Objectivity and its Limits Theory Exam Read/Write Annotated Bibliography The Research Essay Rubric - Decide Library Visit SPRING VACATION Read/Write Annotated Bibliography How to Take a History Exam Read: Rampolla, chap. 3c Bibliography/footnote assignment due How to Conduct Research Read: Rampolla, chap. 5c-d Research question due Beginning to Write Read: Rampolla, chaps. 5e-7d Annotated bibliographies due Individual Tutorials Individual Tutorials Individual Tutorials Bring research essay outline to the tutorial Bring research essay outline to the tutorial Bring research essay outline to the tutorial

9 Week 10 Week 11 Monday Wednesday Friday Computer Lab (Taylor 205) Presentation Preparation Computer Lab (Taylor 205) Presentation Preparation Computer Lab (Taylor 205) Presentation Preparation Presentations Presentations Presentations Week 12 Presentations Presentations Presentations Week 13 Week 14 Full rough draft due by 4:00pm Individual Tutorials Individual Tutorials Individual Tutorials Week 15 Final Exam Week Final draft due by 11:59pm

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