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Widely acclaimed for its accessibility and engaging approach to the subject, the fourth edition of The Methods and Skills of History combines theory and instruction with hands-on practice, making it a comprehensive guide to historical research and writing. * Combines theory with hands-on practice in its introduction to historical methods * Includes a series of field-tested exercises designed to make the research and writing of history more meaningful and accessible to readers * Features expanded coverage of writing history and up-to-date coverage of online research * Designed to strengthen students' critical thinking and communication skills…mehr

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Widely acclaimed for its accessibility and engaging approach to the subject, the fourth edition of The Methods and Skills of History combines theory and instruction with hands-on practice, making it a comprehensive guide to historical research and writing. * Combines theory with hands-on practice in its introduction to historical methods * Includes a series of field-tested exercises designed to make the research and writing of history more meaningful and accessible to readers * Features expanded coverage of writing history and up-to-date coverage of online research * Designed to strengthen students' critical thinking and communication skills
Autorenporträt
Michael Salevouris is a Professor Emeritus of History at Webster University in St. Louis. In addition to various reviews and articles he is the author of Riflemen Form: The War Scare of 1859-1860 in England (1982), and, with Conal Furay, Learning American History: Critical Skills for the Survey Course (1997). The late Conal Furay was Professor Emeritus at Webster University, where he taught such courses as American Business History and the Western in film and story. He is the author of The Grass-Roots Mind in America (1977), and, with Michael Salevouris, Learning American History: Critical Skills for the Survey Course (1997).