About: History, Social Science and SS Education

The study of History and the Social Sciences is the study of people and ideas, of events shaped by them and shaping them, and of concurrent conflicts and movements. These two majors are interchangeable, with History using tools from the Social Sciences to examine and interpret the meaning and significance of events, ideas, and movements, and Social Sciences using Historical Cases for political, economic, or geographic analysis in Political Science, Economics, or Geography courses.

The study of History and the Social Sciences is also a way of learning how to see issues from different points of view, how to evaluate situations and solve problems from the past and in the present. History is both stories and their analysis to better explain our past and present. Social Studies Education students choose classes from both History and the Social Sciences along with classes from the Education program.

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Theater major; movie reviewer; Adrian Campus

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Gail A. Ryder

Associate Professor of Humanities

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Mary Beaubien, OP, '55

Home Economics Graduate; Retired Professor; Global Entreprenuer; Volunteer Archivist
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