UMKC/UMSL offer first Transnational Student Research Course with U. of Hamburg in FS18

During the nineteenth century, large numbers of German migrants settled in the state of Missouri. In this three-credit online course in public history (HIST 400B/5500B), students from the universities of Missouri in Kansas City and St. Louis will collaborate with German peers from the University of Hamburg in researching and writing short interpretive essays on the everyday lives of German migrants before, during, and after their migration.

The language of instruction will be English. This innovative, transnational research course is designed for graduate students but may be taken by advanced undergraduate students.

For more information contact Prof. Drew Bergerson, or 235-5828.