Collection ASU0291 - A History of the University of Miami [UM Theses and Dissertations]

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ASU0291

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A History of the University of Miami [UM Theses and Dissertations]

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  • 1943 May (Creation)

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1 Folders

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The History Department is committed to pursuing excellence in historical and interdisciplinary scholarship, teaching, and service to the profession, the University, and the wider community. Their fine faculty of some twenty-four professors does research and teaches in many historical areas, often crossing chronological, geographic, and disciplinary boundaries. Their courses combine innovative subjects and methods with more traditional subjects and presentations. In their classes, students have the opportunity to experience the latest and best historical research and writing, to explore special topics in depth, and to receive rigorous training in researching, analyzing, and writing history from nationally and internationally recognized scholars.

William E. Hallman was a student of the University of Miami, and he wrote a thesis titled "A History of the University of Miami: a Thesis Presented to Dr. Harold E. Briggs, Professor of Hisotry, University of Miami" in May 1943.

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The 52-page thesis "A History of the University of Miami: a Thesis Presented to Dr. Harold E. Briggs, Professor of History, University of Miami, May 1943," was written by William E. Hallman, who received a B.A. in September 1943.

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Reading Room Only.

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  • English

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