Three graduate students from the History Department are teaching courses this spring to Emory undergraduates. Professors Julia López Fuentes, Audrey Henderson, and Jennifer E. Morgan designed and developed original courses as a part of the Laney Graduate School’s TATTO program. This opportunity provides graduate students with valuable teaching experience and comprises part of the Department’s holistic training for future teachers and scholars.
Check out the syllabi for the Spring 2017 offerings below and browse the courses from Spring 2016, as well.
- “Democracy and Dictatorship in the Twentieth Century” (López Fuentes)
- “Latin America: A History” (Henderson)
- “American Society to 1877: History from the Margins” (Morgan)