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    Assignments
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    Assignments and Teach
    the Writing Process

American History to 1877

  • Paula Findlen Paula Findlen Stanford
    University
  • Mark Peterson Mark Peterson UC Berkeley
  • Alan Taylor Alan Taylor University of
    Virginia
  • Caroline Winterer Caroline
    Winterer
    Stanford University
  • Seth Rockman Seth
    Rockman
    Brown University
  • Karl Jacoby Karl Jacoby Columbia University
  • ThavoliaGlymph Thavolia
    Glymph
    Duke University
  • Kate Masur Kate Masur Northwestern
    University

American History Since 1877

  • Charles Postel Charles Postel San Francisco
    State University
  • Hasia Diner Hasia Diner New York
    University
  • Glen Gendzel Glen Gendzel San Jose
    State University
  • Linda Gordon Linda Gordon New York
    University
  • Katherine Sibley Katherine Sibley St. Joseph's
    University
  • Mark Brilliant Mark Brilliant UC Berkeley
  • Julian Zelizer Julian Zelizer Princeton
    University
  • Bethany Moreton Bethany Moreton University of
    Georgia
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