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Student Resources for Europe in the Modern World, Second Edition

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Other resources for Europe in the Modern World: A New Narrative History 2e Student Resources

Author: Sarah Shurts, Professor of History, Bergen Community College

History in Practice engages students in the process of "doing history" via source analysis and synthesis. Its multi-step, inquiry-based approach guides students from the basics of understanding a source to creating informed examinations of the historical world. There are three sections within each module, and each section includes the following:

  • Background, headed with the sect...

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