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GHS 210: Freedom and Movement

detail of a seventeenth century map showing both the eastern and western hemisphereWelcome to the LibGuide for the Global Historical Studies course: Freedom and Movement

Image Credit: Map of World Vintage by Karen Arnold is in the Public Domain (CC0)

This guide is meant to help you develop the skills and tools to accomplish your course objectives:

  1. To recognize human societies and cultures as dynamic, heterogeneous and constantly in conversation with one another.
  2. To draw on a variety of sources and disciplines—including the arts, the humanities, and the social and natural sciences.
  3. To recognize the role of human interactions—from the local to the global—in shaping diverse identities and inequalities.
  4. To develop knowledge about historical moments, peoples, and places; and to appreciate the relationship between the past and the present.
  5. To continue development of expository writing skills.

You have a team of people across Butler that are here to help you! Use us early and often!

Your Library Crew: come to us with questions about research and technology

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Jennifer Coronado

Scholarly Communications Librarian
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Jennifer's Instruction Evaluation

Sarah Ward

Performing & Visual Arts Librarian
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Sarah's Instruction Evaluation

Cale Erwin

Scholarly Communications Associate
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As you begin the writing process, don't forget to make an appointment with the Writers' Studio to help you with narrative, flow, and editing:

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