History Short Essays from Assigned Reading

 

History Short Essays from Assigned Reading

Write a one page double spaced essay on the following questions based on the readings from the attached sources:
Sept. 30: What is your interpretation of Wilson’s 14 points?
Oct. 7: Were there any seeds of WWII in the period from the late 1910s to early 1930s?
Oct. 21: Who/What was most responsible for the Cold War?

CLASS SCHEDULE:
Tues., Sept. 1: Introduction/Overview

Thurs., Sept. 3: Explaining Modern U.S. Foreign Policy: Background and Interpretations
Assigned Reading: Kennan, American Diplomacy (entire); Merrill and Paterson, eds.,Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, chap. 1
Recommended (now or early in course): Carr, What Is History? (entire)

Tues., Sept. 8: Open Doors and Foreign Wars: The New Imperialists
Assigned Reading: Paterson et al., American Foreign Relations, chap. 1

Thurs., Sept 10: Teddy Roosevelt, Dollar Diplomacy, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Assigned Reading: Paterson et al., American Foreign Relations, chap. 2

Tues., Sept. 15: NO CLASS—ROSH HASHANAH

Thurs., Sept. 17/Tues., Sept. 22: Woodrow Wilson and World War I
Assigned Reading: Paterson et al., American Foreign Relations, chap. 3; Merrill and Paterson, eds.,Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, chap. 2

Wed., Sept. 23—first assignment (first draft) due in section!

Thurs., Sept. 24/Tues., Sept. 29: Between the Wars—and the Path to Pearl Harbor
Assigned Reading: Paterson et al., American Foreign Relations, chaps. 4-5; Merrill and Paterson, eds.,Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, chap. 3

Thurs., Oct. 1/Tues., Oct. 6: FDR and World War II
Assigned Reading: Paterson, American Foreign Relations, chap. 6; Merrill and Paterson, eds.,Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, chaps. 4-5

Thurs., Oct. 8: Dropping the Bomb: Potsdam and Hiroshima
Assigned Reading: Walker, Prompt and Utter Destruction (entire); Paterson and Merrill, eds.,Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, Vol. II, pp. 186-92 (documents), 206-14 (Rotter essay).

Tues., Oct. 13: Debating Hiroshima
Assigned Reading: Hersey, Hiroshima (entire); Hershberg, “Making History,” chap. 16 of James B. Conant: Harvard to Hiroshima and the Making of the Nuclear Age (Blackboard)

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