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Master of Arts in History

@inproceedings{zgen2010MasterOA,
  title={Master of Arts in History},
  author={Elif {\"O}zgen},
  year={2010}
}
The Master of Arts in History degree takes you on an academic journey exploring the key historical events, people, and cultures that fundamentally shaped the world today. Through research, discussion, and analysis, you will obtain a knowledgeable perspective of how future societies progressed through time. Concentrations in this online graduate program offer you the flexibility of focusing on the most favored eras in history including American, Ancient and Classical, European, Global, and… Expand
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Those Who Stayed: English Chorography and the Elizabethan Society of Antiquaries
In the late sixteenth century, the geographical discipline of chorography – traditionally the study of local countryside, customs, history, and laws – developed in England as a response to politicalExpand
Capital of the imperial borderlands: urbanism, markets, and power on the Ethiopia-British Somaliland boundary, ca. 1890–1935
  • D. Thompson
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Eastern African Studies
  • 2020
ABSTRACT This article analyzes contests among Ethiopian and British imperial agents and their ostensible Somali (and other Muslim) subjects for control over commerce in the Ethiopia-BritishExpand

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