For your initial post, you will need to come up with two discussion questions, one for this week and one for the course as a whole. A good discussion question is open-ended and draws on material from most, if not all, of the assigned readings; it does not have a single correct answer, but asks those answering it to grapple with the material and come up with an argument based on examples from the texts. Your questions must be sensitive to the historical context and must address a historical or historiographical theme.
For your secondary response post, you will need to answer one of your colleagues question sets. Please see the discussion forum in this week’s folder for more detailed instructions and due dates. And, as always, you are welcome to email me with questions.
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