8 edition of Syllabus of a course of study in the history of the city of New York found in the catalog.
|Statement||by William Alexander Hoy.|
|LC Classifications||F128.4 .H86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||04028328|
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As its title implies, it is a narrative story of. The readings focus on the city's social and physical histories, and the class discussions compare New York's development to patterns in other cities. Requirements Your grade is composed of two essays, two possible quizzes, a final exam, and class participation.
The Encyclopedia of New York City (New Haven: Yale University Press, ). As large as fifteen normal books, this volume will tell you more than you will need to know about the city. You are required to read only the specific entries (out of ) specifically mentioned in this syllabus.
Full text of "Syllabus of a course of study in the history of the city of New York" See other formats 64^-^ n7 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS H86 Copy 2 SYLLABUS Course of Study IN THE HISTORY OF THE City of New York WILLIAM ALEXANDER HOY. A Hamilton Hall Emerson Dr., CB # Chapel Hill, NC In this course, we will be reading and writing about the experience of living in New York City.
We will look at how people make themselves imaginatively and physically at home in the urban landscape, and will examine a series of alternative maps of New York City as efforts to reflect, shape, and manage the experience of city life.
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