This is a blog for use in both of my HIS 241 and HIS 242 Russian history survey courses at Northern Virginia Community College.

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07 January 2008

Welcome Spring 2008

Welcome to HIS 241, the History of Russia I. I'm Charlie Evans, your instructor for the course, and this is about the fourth year now that I've had my Russian history course sequence online. This semester we will be trying something new by using a blog to support our experience with Russian history. It should be fun!

8 comments :

Meg said...

Hi there, my name is Meagan and I'm in HIS 241 this semester. Just wanted to introduce myself! Neat blog you have set up, this should be an interesting course!

pdasso said...

I'm Peter Dasso, and this is my brief introduction on the course blog. I have Russian heritage in my family and I'm trying to get more in touch with that, as well as tie Russia in with my passion for medieval history.

Laureen said...

Hi, I'm Laureen Topper. Over the past few months I've been studying Russian which has really heightened my interest in Russian History and culture. I'm really excited to be taking this course!

Captholly said...

Hello! I'm Anna Nicotra, I visited Russia in November and I have wanted to learn more about the beautiful country since. I am excited to be taking this course!

kailies-comet said...

So this is the blog, huh? Looks good. I thought it might be hard to figure out, but it looks pretty simple and self-explanatory.

I'm Kailie Smith, from HIS 241.

Anonymous said...

Hello, my name is Jesse from HIS 241. I think this is a pretty neat blog. I can't wait to review all the interesting stuff in the mmatireal.

Randa said...

Hello, my name is Randa and I didn't become truly interested in Russia until became a World History teacher. Only then did I realize how much I didn't know.

Prakesha said...

I know you are not accepting welcome posts anymore but I thought I would start off with this to catch up on my posting. Hi, I'm Prakesha! I did not anticipate how slow my reading would be but I think with my interest in Russian History, I will be able to do it!