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Explore how theory informs historical writing
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Sharlene Sayegh received her Ph.D. in History and Critical Theory from the University of California, Irvine. She has taught in the Department of History at California State, Long Beach for over 14 years, where she also serves as the department's core curriculum coordinator. She is the University's Director of Program Review and Assessment, helping to guide the campus into best practices for student learning and engagement. A winner of the university's Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award as well as the World History Association's Teaching Prize, she remains committed to enhancing student learning and to sharing ideas about effective teaching with her colleagues. She is currently working on a micro history of women and business in eighteenth-century London.
Eric Altice received his Ph.D. in History from UCLA and taught at California State University, Long Beach for several years. He is currently on the American History faculty for UCLA's Global Classroom/Social Science Education in Asia program in Nanjing, China.Review:
"This is a very strong, very well-researched and well-written book."
-Nichole Sanders, Lynchburg College
"I think students will respond favorably to this textbook. The style is approachable and the prose is lucid. It provides students with a very good survey of the major theories."
-Yung-chen Chiang, DePauw University
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