Mar 23, 2019
Because of our limited size, the department offers a terminal M.A. only through the Accelerated B.A./M.A. Program, limited to qualified Clark undergraduate history majors. For more specific information regarding the application process, please contact the Clark History Department.
There are three requirements for Master’s students:
1. They must take four course credits each semester.
2. They have to fulfill the research requirement for the Master’s Degree by completing a Master’s Thesis, which is usually done over two semesters.
3. They must pass an oral exam near the end of the spring semester, in which their graduate advisor and one other faculty member from the department take part.
Taner Akçam, Ph.D.
Debórah Dwork, Ph.D.
Janette T. Greenwood, Ph.D.
Willem Klooster, Ph.D.
Thomas Kuehne, Ph.D.
Nina Kushner, Ph.D., Chair
Douglas Little, Ph.D.
Lex Jing Lu, Ph.D.
Olga Litvak, Ph.D.
Drew McCoy, Ph.D.
Ousmane Power-Greene, Ph.D.
Amy Richter, Ph.D.
Everett Fox, Ph.D.
Mark Miller, Ph.D.
Meredith Neuman, Ph.D.
Kristina Wilson, Ph.D.
Robert Dykstra, Ph.D.
Alden Vaughan, Ph.D.
George A. Billias, Ph.D.
Daniel Borg, Ph.D.
Paul Lucas, Ph.D.
Paul Ropp, Ph.D.
Graduate History Courses
Courses offered within the last 2 Academic Years
- 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 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 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 376 - Collective Memory and Mass Violence
- HIST 377 - America’s Founding Fathers: Memory and Meaning
- HIST 385 - Proposal Writing
- HIST 386 - The Vietnam War
- HIST 393 - African American Social and Political Movements
- HIST 395 - Dangerous Women
- HIST 397 - Master’s Thesis
- HIST 399 - Graduate Readings