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firstname.lastname@example.org I could use some help from anyone teach a thematically based first year undergraduate world history course. If you are willing to share course syllabi and/or course materials, I'd very much appreciate it. I would like to change my course to be based around key concepts, especially ones that students will encounter in later history classes and other classes -- modernization theory, development theory, orientalism, southernization, Huntington's clash of civilizations, Marx, and on and on. Thanks, Joe ------------------------- Joseph Coohill, DPhil (Oxon) History Department Duquesne University 600 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh PA 15282