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A selection of 2000 primary source documents that highlight the triumphs and resiliency of African Americans in the pursuit of equality through six periods of history. The selection is through ProQuest.
The Department of History is home to one of the most popular majors on the Yale campus and encompasses the histories of Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and North and South America. Courses range in focus from the earliest recorded historical periods up through the modern day. Students are required to study history from a variety of geographical, chronological, and methodological perspectives, utilizing source materials wherever possible.
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