Good intro course for those new to this history or in need of a refresher.
I'm really enjoying making my way through this introductory course on the American Revolution. I appreciate that a written transcript can be downloaded to use in conjunction with or alternatively to the video or audio of the lectures. I have noticed that at least one of the course reading sources (Major Problems in the Era of the American Revolution, 1760-1791) could have its recommended readings updated to reflect the new 3rd edition that is now available as the pages don't exactly match up with the 2nd edition that was initially on the syllabus.
queenofhearts via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 02/23/13
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Overall, I would say that this is a worthwhile lecture series. At times, however, seemingly in an effort to please her students, veers into anecdotes that add very little. Also, that laugh. Oh gosh, that laugh.
Posterizer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/09/12
Very good, both audio and video versions. Freeman presents a multitude of thought-provoking insights on the background of the revolution and how it all came to be. Personally, Freeman is bright and witty, which always helps with such an extensive podcast.
icop357 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/11
Professor Freeman makes learning about history fun. Her lectures are entertaining and they keep the student engaged from beginning to end. Her passion for early America is contagious. This course is a great foundation for anyone who wants to learn more about the American founding; not just the...Read full review »
PWB_MD via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/12
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