Project #105707 - Topic Area One: Practicing the Craft of History

Discussion Question:

In A Different Mirror, Ronald Takaki writes about "the Master Narrative" of American History and the way that it reinforces a narrow definition of who is American and what our history should be about. (Please see pp. 4-5.)  Do you agree that there has been a "Master Narrative" that has traditionally distorted American history?  Is American history a set of static facts, or is it a story that has been interpreted and reinterpreted?  How do you think various interpretations of American history are established?  How and why are they challenged and revised? Who has the power to determine what the truth is about American history? What kinds of evidence do historians use to back up their arguments and ideas?  Use examples to back up your ideas and assertions.

Subject History
Due By (Pacific Time) 01/27/2016 02:44 pm
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