2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Sep 24, 2018  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  HIST 236 - Gender, War and Genocide in 20th Century
   •  HIST 237 - The Holocaust Perpetrators
   •  HIST 238 - America, Russia, and the Cold War, 1917-1991
   •  HIST 239 - Special Topics Course in Global History
   •  HIST 243 - American Antiquarian Society Seminar in American Studies
   •  HIST 245 - U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East Since 1945
   •  HIST 251 - Russian Literature and Philosophy
   •  HIST 252 - The Holocaust Through Diaries and Letters
   •  HIST 253 - Beauty, Gender, and Power around the World, 1800 to the Present
   •  HIST 254 - The Age of Atlantic Revolutions
   •  HIST 256 - The British Empire
   •  HIST 259 - Special Topics in European History
   •  HIST 260 - Rescue and Resistance During the Holocaust
   •  HIST 262 - Genocide, Denial, Facing History and Reconciliation
   •  HIST 264 - Modern European History through the Novel
   •  HIST 266 - Refugees
   •  HIST 268 - Special Topics
   •  HIST 270 - Modern Jewish Thought
   •  HIST 271 - Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Europe, 1100-1900
   •  HIST 276 - Collective Memory and Mass Violence
   •  HIST 277 - America's Founding Fathers: Memory and Meaning
   •  HIST 279 - Massacres, Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention: Western Powers in the Balkans and the Middle East
   •  HIST 280 - Women in Chinese History, 1000 CE to Present
   •  HIST 281 - China since 1949: State, Economy and Family in the People's Republic
   •  HIST 284 - Voices From American Slavery in History and the Imagination
   •  HIST 286 - The Vietnam War
   •  HIST 288 - Sem: Public History
   •  HIST 289 - Dying for God: Martyrdom in Early Judaism & Christianity
   •  HIST 291 - Advanced Topics in International Relations
   •  HIST 293 - African American Social and Political Movements
   •  HIST 295 - Dangerous Women
   •  HIST 297 - Honors Thesis Research
   •  HIST 298 - Internship
   •  HIST 299 - Directed Study
   •  HIST 301 - Era of the American Revolution
   •  HIST 302 - The Early American Republic
   •  HIST 304 - Special Topics in American History
   •  HIST 305 - Renaissance and Reformation
   •  HIST 308 - The Idea of History
   •  HIST 309 - Marriage & the Meanings of America
   •  HIST 310 - Research Seminar
   •  HIST 311 - American Consumer Culture
   •  HIST 312 - History of Sexuality: 1750 to the Present
   •  HIST 313 - Gender and the American City
   •  HIST 314 - The American Civil War
   •  HIST 315 - The Age of Lincoln
   •  HIST 316 - Special Topics: African-American Internationalism
   •  HIST 317 - Reconstruction: America after the Civil War, 1865-1877
   •  HIST 318 - London and Paris: the Making of the Modern City
   •  HIST 319 - History of American Women
   •  HIST 322 - History of the American South
   •  HIST 323 - The Civil Rights Movement
   •  HIST 324 - Russian Visual Culture
   •  HIST 326 - Comparative Colonialism
   •  HIST 328 - Early Modern Britain
   •  HIST 330 - The Topics in Armenian Genocide
   •  HIST 331 - Origins of Modern America, 1877-1914 (formerly America in the Gilded Age)
   •  HIST 332 - Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism: Intellectual History of China
   •  HIST 334 - History of Racism in Modern Europe
   •  HIST 335 - The Atlantic World
   •  HIST 336 - Gender, War and Genocide in 20th Century
   •  HIST 337 - The Holocaust Perpetrators
   •  HIST 338 - America, Russia, and the Cold War, 1917-1991
   •  HIST 339 - Special Topics Course in Global History
   •  HIST 343 - American Antiquarian Society Seminar in American Studies
   •  HIST 345 - U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East Since 1945
   •  HIST 352 - The Holocaust Through Letters and Diaries
   •  HIST 353 - Beauty, Gender, and Power around the World, 1800 to the Present
   •  HIST 354 - Age of Atlantic Revolution
   •  HIST 356 - The British Empire
   •  HIST 359 - Special Topics in European History
   •  HIST 360 - Rescue and Resistance During the Holocaust
   •  HIST 362 - Genocide, Denial, Facing History and Reconciliation
   •  HIST 366 - Refugees
   •  HIST 368 - Special Topics: Christianity, Violence, and Genocide in the Modern World
   •  HIST 370 - Modern Jewish Thought
   •  HIST 371 - Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Europe, 1100-1900
   •  HIST 376 - Collective Memory and Mass Violence
   •  HIST 377 - America's Founding Fathers: Memory and Meaning
   •  HIST 379 - Massacres, Genocide and Humanitarian Intervention: Western Powers in the Balkans and the Middle East
   •  HIST 381 - China since 1949: State, Economy and Family in the People's Republic
   •  HIST 385 - Proposal Writing
   •  HIST 386 - The Vietnam War
   •  HIST 388 - Sem: Public History
   •  HIST 391 - Advanced Topics
   •  HIST 393 - African American Social and Political Movements
   •  HIST 394 - Dissertation Writing
   •  HIST 395 - Dangerous Women
   •  HIST 397 - Master's Thesis
   •  HIST 399 - Graduate Readings
   •  HIST 1000 - Modern Germany
   •  HIST 1560 - A History of Russia: to 1861
   •  HIST 1570 - Twentieth Century Russia: 1861 to Present
   •  HIST 1580 - A History of the Cold War: World War II to the fall of the Soviet Union
   •  HIST 2040 - World War I: The Great War in Society, Literature, and Culture: 1914-1919
   •  HIST 2070 - Twentieth Century Europe: Versailles to European Union
   •  HIST 2080 - The Rise Of Modern Europe: Renaissance to World War I
   •  HIST 2110 - Warfare and Society in Modern Europe
   •  HIST 2180 - Malefica: Origin of Witchcraft
   •  HIST 2210 - Rise, Fall and Rebirth: Germany in the 20th Century
 

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