Every student and all academic subjects have a history, and the University of Missouri-St. Louis' innovative new curriculum appeals to majors and non-majors alike who seek to know how their present lives have been shaped by the past. Not knowing the events that influenced family, community, nation, and the world before a person's birth can be as confusing as joining in the middle of a conversation about an unfamiliar topic. The History curriculum at the University of Missouri-St. Louis covers local, regional, national, and transnational subject matter, providing the contexts for understanding a variety of cultures and countries on every continent across many centuries.

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Inaugural Lecture for His Chair in the Collège de France, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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Johann Zasius, Attorney for the Jewish Community of Regensburg, 1519 C.E., Steven Rowan

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Liberty in the United States of America, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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On the Network of Railroads that Could be Built Today in France, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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The Mediterranean System, Michel Chevalier and Steven Rowan

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Letters on North America, Michel Chevalier, Steven Rowan, and Carlos A. Schwantes