What Does It Mean to “Think Historically”?

Yesterday in class I shared some excerpts from Thomas Andrews and Flannery Burke’s 2007 article suggesting “five C’s” of historical thinking: change over time, context, causality, contingency, and complexity. Here’s the link to the full article, which you might want to come back to next month when you write your midterm essay.

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