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History & Lit Alters Study Requirement

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Substantial changes in requirements History and Literature degree candidates in the Modern European field have been recently instituted.

The Committee on Degrees in the concentration area reduced the number of countries in which students must speculate from three to two. In making the the Committee also excluded the United States from the list of countries available for study--England, France, Germany, and Russia.

student in the field must now pass written examination in only one foreign language, unless he is specializing in non-English speaking countries. Previously, knowledge of two foreign languages was required for all concentrator.

To give the student greater depth in field, the Committee extended the of study for Modern Europe by 49 from 1740 to 1949 instead of from to 1939.

David M. Kalstone '54, assistant head in History and Literature, pointed that "there has been some for a long time about the Modern field." Kalstone said that the scope of study and lack of depth in one country prevented students from well on their generals.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

The Committee on Degrees in the concentration area reduced the number of countries in which students must speculate from three to two. In making the the Committee also excluded the United States from the list of countries available for study--England, France, Germany, and Russia.

student in the field must now pass written examination in only one foreign language, unless he is specializing in non-English speaking countries. Previously, knowledge of two foreign languages was required for all concentrator.

To give the student greater depth in field, the Committee extended the of study for Modern Europe by 49 from 1740 to 1949 instead of from to 1939.

David M. Kalstone '54, assistant head in History and Literature, pointed that "there has been some for a long time about the Modern field." Kalstone said that the scope of study and lack of depth in one country prevented students from well on their generals.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

student in the field must now pass written examination in only one foreign language, unless he is specializing in non-English speaking countries. Previously, knowledge of two foreign languages was required for all concentrator.

To give the student greater depth in field, the Committee extended the of study for Modern Europe by 49 from 1740 to 1949 instead of from to 1939.

David M. Kalstone '54, assistant head in History and Literature, pointed that "there has been some for a long time about the Modern field." Kalstone said that the scope of study and lack of depth in one country prevented students from well on their generals.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

To give the student greater depth in field, the Committee extended the of study for Modern Europe by 49 from 1740 to 1949 instead of from to 1939.

David M. Kalstone '54, assistant head in History and Literature, pointed that "there has been some for a long time about the Modern field." Kalstone said that the scope of study and lack of depth in one country prevented students from well on their generals.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

David M. Kalstone '54, assistant head in History and Literature, pointed that "there has been some for a long time about the Modern field." Kalstone said that the scope of study and lack of depth in one country prevented students from well on their generals.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

Kalstone also said that the institution tutorial for credit, which encourages concentrators to take only additional courses, also results in more superficial knowledge of particular countries.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

Require Specific Information

History and Literature generals for Horizontal concentrators, given only in the junior year, previously required information about each of the countries in which the student specialty--about the history of one, the literature of another, and the history and literature of a third.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

To changes were made in the other periods of horizontal concentration--the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Information and Early Modern Europe in vertical concentration, the study single country throughout its history.

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