History 297: 19th-Century Urban Chinese Death Ritual Literature Review

Paul Cohen’s Main Points in “History in Three Keys”

Prompt 2, September 19, 2017: Outline the main points of Paul Cohen’s History in Three Keys.  Historiographer Paul Cohen argues that every history exists in three facets, experience, myth, and event – all of which are brought together by historiographers, and that what we as a society deem as “important history” may change over time.

History 297: 19th-Century Urban Chinese Death Ritual Literature Review

My Areas of Interest in History

Prompt 1, September 14, 2017: What themes interest you as a student of history? Consider books you’ve read in other courses. As a student of history, I am generally more interested in themes in social history, which has only gained a large amount of focus from historians since the mid 20th-century. I find myself generally… Read More My Areas of Interest in History

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Welcome

This is my page for academic use at the University of Mary Washington. I am a second-year History Major and Digital Studies student from Northern Virginia, and I am enrolled in my school’s College of Education with a concentration in Social Studies for Secondary Education. I have two years worth of experience as a preschool… Read More Welcome