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FR04 - Building an Argument Based on a Microhistory 
October 10, 2014   10:00am - 11:15am
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
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This kind of argument asks a writer to collect and analyze primary historical material and then argue a claim based on this analysis. It is a way to fill the many gaps left by broadly focused histories so as to acknowledge and honor everyday people and the economic and political forces they endured. Participants will design and outline an argument based on a microhistory.

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