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HIST 320. Global History of Drinking

Credits: 3
Department: History
Description: Examination of the production, consumption, and regulation of alcohol in world history.
Semester Offered: DEMAND
Grading Method: ABCDF
Lab: Lab

Student Learning Outcomes

1. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, identify and analyze the principles of historiography and its limitations related to the study of alcohol consumption.
2. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, identify and read primary sources that show how alcohol production and consumption has shaped human relationships around the globe in regards to religion, economics, human health, and environmental concerns.
3. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, analyze historiographical interpretations of the history of alcohol regulation, consumption, and production in a global context.
4. In a manner suitable for an upper division level course, correctly utilize important analytical categories; such as gender, race, class, and age as a way to interpret and explain the history of alcohol in a global context.






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