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History

History is the story of humanity. It is the examination of the written record of major social, political, cultural, and economic events of the past. The study of history seeks to form narratives and uncover linked sequences and patterns in past events. It also investigates cause and effect, or why certain outcomes happened as they did and how they are linked to earlier events.

Enriching and fascinating, the history courses offered at Wallace Community College will spark your imagination and help develop your writing, critical analysis, and research skills. At least one history course is required for students who seek a transfer degree (Associate in Arts or Associate in Science).

History Course Descriptions

 

 

History Faculty

Darron Darby
History Chair
Rane Hall 111-C, ddarby@wallace.edu
Wallace Campus
AA, Tallahassee Community College
BA, MA, Florida State University

Riley Turner
Rane Hall 111-A, rturner@wallace.edu
Wallace Campus
BA, Heritage Christian University
MA, Lipscomb University
MA, University of North Alabama

Rebecca Woodham
Rane Hall 111-F, rwoodham@wallace.edu
Wallace Campus
BA, Troy State University
MA, Auburn University


A generation that ignores history has no past and no future.  -- Robert Heinlein