Marshall University, where I am getting my Masters, offers "Civil War and Reconstruction" as a 400/500 level course. There will also be a graduate-level seminar in the fall on Reconstruction. These are indeed stand-alones...
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The institution I am currently attending - Providence College - offers the subject as a standalone course; at least at the graduate level.
A recent survey by one of my colleagues revealed that the American Civil War course is an endangered species on college campuses -- he found that many major universities no longer offer it as a standalone subject. If this really is a trend (and he admitted that the survey he conducted was an informal and unsystematic one), what does this mean for teaching this subject? Is it being absorbed into or left to other courses, say, on the growth of the state, the history of warfare, military history, slavery and emancipation, the US survey, etc.?
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