University of Southern California
USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
Fall 2013 Course Descriptions
The History Major
History & Social Science Education Major
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Current Honors Students and Projects
Alexander William Hofmann
“The Solitude of Hallowed Ground: The Southern Agrarians and the Paradox of Mass Culture”
"The Pamphlet War of 1800: An Analysis of the Political Rhetoric from the Election of 1800"
"Destroy Men with Respect for the Laws of Humanity"
"'O, for assurance!': Children, Uncertainty and Community in Restoration England, 1660-85"
"Fighting for Uncle Sam: American Political Ideology and the Common Soldier in Vietnam"
"To Cope or to Die: A Study of Humor and Entertainment as Coping Mechanisms in the Shoah"
"Blood for Blood: 1984 India"
"Necessary of Life: Henry David Thoreau’s Concepts of America’s Problematic Progress, 1837-1862
"The Power of Place: Santa Monica, Venice Beach, and Santa Catalina Island, 1920-1960"