HIST 491 Quiz 4

HIST 491 Quiz 4

  1. Liberty University has a Master’s program in history.
  2. Is it possible to teach in an on-line college with just a Master’s degree?
  3. According to Dr. Monica Hardin, chair of the Liberty University on-line history department, very few schools other than Liberty University offer on-line teaching positions.
  4. Liberty University has chairs for both its residential and its on-line history programs.
  5. Residential Master’s students who work in Liberty University’s on-line classes are called
  6. Someone who works toward the publication of academic manuscripts (i.e., a university press book written by a historian) would be considered a
  7. As mandated in the 1966National Historic Preservation Act, each_______ is required to maintain an office to act as a mediator between federal and local historic preservation agencies.
  8. Which of the following is not a job that Constance Schultz lists as a typical job in a museum?
  9. According to Constance Schultz, the comprehensive university places the highest priority for faculty advancement on
  10. According to Constance Schultz, what is the best way(s) to eventually get a job in a museum?
  11. According to Constance Schultz, at the federal level, the ________________ is the flagship organization for cultural resource management (CRM).
  12. According to Constance Schultz, the success of a museum exhibit lives and dies with
  13. According to Constance Schultz, the teaching duties and collegial relationships in smaller private or denominational schools are
  14. Some archivists work for businesses.
  15. According to Constance Schultz, historical associations are good resources for promulgating job opportunities.
  16. How would you differentiate Constance Schultz’s approach to history related careers from that of John Fea?
  17. According to Constance Schultz, graduate universities, courses that focus on graduate and research classes are designed as
  18. According to Constance Schultz, it is possible to land a job in editing with an undergraduate degree.
  19. According to Constance Schultz, it is far more important to know the specific local history of the area you are applying for than to know how to do local history.
  20. The Foreign Relations of the United States series is produced by the
  21. According to Constance Schultz, there has been an increasing demand for historians able to teach courses in
  22. According to Constance Schultz, private companies and individuals sometimes need the skills of professional historians, and will hire short-term contractors to complete a project.
  23. Constance Schultz believes that this national collegiate historical honor society is a good first membership in a historical society.
  24. Which of the following is not one of the broad category positions in the Archivist field as listed by Constance Schultz?
  25. A documentary editing job would most likely go to the person who had
  26. John Fea relates Bill’s assessment that in business, someone with a history background can turn “facts” into
  27. According to John Fea, Medical schools want history majors.
  28. John Fea points out that his student Tara landed a job at a children’s hospital in the Republic of Malawi
  29. What percentage of American Christians attend an evangelical Christian college?
  30. According to John Fea, most history majors go into
  31. John Fea believes that history department cultures must change so that the model students go into non-history or non-academic fields.
  32. He wrote the book Was America Founded as a Christian Nation?
  33. John Fea relates Bill’s specific assessment that history majors are especially valuable for businesses because they
  34. Katherine Brooks, author of You Majored in What? Mapping Your Path from Chaos to Career told John Fea a story about a young man who sought a job in sales at the Hershey Corporation. In part he landed the job because
  35. He wrote The Scandal of the Evangelical Mind.
  36. Samuel Smith believes that Augustine fits well into Jerry Falwell’s categorization as
  37. According to Samuel Smith, history teaches you to think ______________.
  38. According to Samuel Smith, history is not the interpretation of the past, it is simply,
  39. Samuel Smith tells the story of a young lady who found a career in
  40. __________________ as a result of a talk he gave in a residential class.
  41. Samuel Smith emphasized knowing Christian historians because they are normally better than secular historians.
  42. Michele Worley believes that history’s ability to develop a wide range of skills is limited and thus requires history students to narrow their focus on only a few occupations, but in the end, believes this is an advantage since the history student has the opportunity to specialize on these specialized careers.
  43. The Liberty University Career Center offers a full array of services to on-line students.
  44. Which of the following are not mentioned by Michele Worley as steps the student can take on his own to enhance possibilities in the job market.
  45. Which of the following are services offered by the Liberty University Career Center?
  46. Which of the following does Michele Worley say were history majors?
  47. According to Troy Kickler, why is public history important?
  48. Which of the following is a digital media public history occupation?
  49. Clyde Wilson became interested in editing the Papers of John C. Calhoun through
  50. Clyde Wilson does not believe that a historian needs to be involved in cognate fields such as science and philosophy.
  51. Clyde Wilson believes that this practice will give you a powerful sense of history that no other exercise will do.
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