Twilight Wilderness, Frederic Church, 1860


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Spring Quarter 2017:

Class began on 3 April.  Please be sure that you have resolved any logistical issues with administration and records and that you have or will receive your books shortly. Questions? You may e-mail me or ring me at 253.335.8050.

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Please keep the above quote in mind whenever you decide to commit thought to paper . . . or in our case, your digital document, e-mail, or discussion board posts. In this class, we will learn the rudiments of citing sources for academic writing, and for some of you, the rudiments of academic writing. Developing historical mindedness requires one to dig below the surface, to develop a sense of logic, and to hone the skills to communicate clearly. You will be required to post to the class discussion board, complete the citation exercise (which comes in two parts), and submit rough drafts for your research paper.

In case the school server is undergoing maintenance or Canvas is otherwise inaccessible, I have created an alternate source for class documents below.

If there are any problem, please contact me at your earliest convenience.

Course Documents (alternate)

For details on writing assignments, please return to the Class Schedule page or click here.