History 193: Tufts in American History, 2017


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This course uses the Digital Collections and Archives as a laboratory for researching and writing on topics related to campus life at Tufts in the second half of the 20th century, including dating, sororities and fraternities, the student movement in the 1960s, the women's movements, and sports and Title IX. In this course, students complete individual research projects based on primary sources available in the archives. As of 2018, this course is taught by Virginia Drachman.

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