Current Quarter

Spring 2017 Courses

Courses subject to change.

Course # Instructor Concentration Course Title Day/Time Max TAs
101-6-20 Bates European First-Year Seminar: Autobiography and the Self in European History TTH 3:30-4:50 15
101-6-22 Rathbone European First-Year Seminar: The Yanks are Coming: America and the Americanization in Europe TTH 9:30-10:50 15
102-6-20 Binford Americas First-Year Seminar: Anti-Poverty Crusades MW 3:30-4:50 15
102-6-22 Johnson Bavery Americas First-Year Seminar: Beyond Rosie the Riveter: Women, Wages and Politics in 20th c. America TTH 3:30-4:50 15
200-0-20 Barnett Global New Introductory Courses in History: Global History of Natural Disasters TTH 11:00-12:20 45 1
200-0-22 (ASIAN AM 200-0-1) Tse Americas New Introductory Courses in History: The Chinese American Experience MW 11:00-12:20 30
200-0-24 (ASIAN AM 200-0-2) Tse Americas New Introductory Courses in History: Asian American Social Movements MW 9:30-10:50 30
201-2 Bushnell European European Civilization, 1750-Present MWF 11:00-11:50 90 2
203-1 Shyovitz European Jewish History, 750-1492 TTH 11:00-12:20 45 1
210-2 Cadava Americas History of the United States: Reconstruction to the Present MWF 2:00-2:50 135 3
212-1 (AF AM ST 212-1) Harris Americas Introduction to African-American History TTH 11:00-12:20 45 1
260-2 Gillingham Americas History of Latin America: After Independence and through the Modern Period, c. 1821-Present TTH 2:00-3:20 45 1
300-0-22 Bates European New Lectures in History: Emergence of Capitalism, 1500-1850 TTH 12:30-1:50 30
300-0-24 Cherry Asia/Middle East New Lectures in History: Contemporary Southeast Asia TTH 2:00-3:20 45 1
300-0-26 Gillingham Americas New Lectures in History: People & Power in Modern Mexico TTH 9:30-10:50 45 1
300-0-30 Boyle Americas New Lectures in History: The Civil Rights Movement TTH 9:30-10:50 135 3
300-0-32 Macauley Asia/Middle East New Lectures in History: Sino-American Relations in the Modern World MW 11:00-12:20 45 1
300-0-34 (GNDR ST 321-0) Lewis Americas New Lectures in History: Race, Sexuality, and the Politics of Protest, 1968-Present TTH 2:00-3:20 30
300-0-36 Lindgren-Gibson European New Lectures in History: The British Empire TTH 11:00-12:20 30
300-0-38 (HUM 370-4-30, AMER ST 310-0, LEGAL ST 376-0-23) Kiel Americas New Lectures in History: Development of American Indian Law and Policy MW 9:30-10:50 30
300-0-40 Stolz Asia/Middle East New Lectures in History: Science and Religion TTH 12:30-1:50 30
303-1 Pearson Americas American Women's History to 1865 MW 3:30-4:50 30
317-2 Sherry Americas American Cultural History, 1890-Present MW 3:30-4:50 90 2
322-2 Binford Americas Development of the Modern American City, 1870-Present MWF 9:00-9:50 45 1
348-2 Petrovsky-Shtern European Jews in Poland, Ukraine, and Russia II, 1917-1991 TTH 9:30-10:50 30
349-0 Greene European The Holocaust MW 9:30-10:50 90 2
356-2 Glassman Africa/Middle East South Africa since 1879 TTH 11:00-12:20 45 1
357-1 Wint Global Africa and the Indian Ocean, c. 1500-2000 TTH 2:00-3:20 30
370-3 Lauzière Asia/Middle East Islamic Middle East, 1789-Present MWF 1:00-1:50 45 1
392-0-22 Meiton Global Topics In History: Oil and Water in the Middle East During the 20th c. TTH 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-24 Thomas European Topics In History: East and West in the Renaissance MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-26 (ENVR POL 390-0) Wille European Topics In History: Weather and Climate in History MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-28 Van Oosterhout Americas Topics In History: Race and Rebellion in Latin America MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-30 Harvey Americas Topics In History: The Pivotal 1970s in Postwar U.S. History MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-32 Lindgren-Gibson European Topics In History: Sex, Gender, and Empire MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-34 (HUM 370-5, ANTHRO 390-0-22) Hobart Americas Topics In History: Introduction to Critical Food Studies TTH 9:30-10:50 15
392-0-38 Curtis Walters European Topics In History: Britian and the Two World Wars MW 3:30-4:50 15
392-0-40 (AFST 390-0-25) Skotnes Africa/Middle East Topics In History: Other Histories and the Limits of Archive MW 3:30-4:50 15
392/395-20 Petrovsky-Shtern European Topics In History: Origins of Zionism TTH 11:00-12:20 15
393-0-20 Masur Americas Approaches to History: The Anti-Slavery Movement in the United States T 3:30-5:50 15
393-0-22 Cadava Americas Approaches to History: What is "Transnational History"? TTH 3:30-4:50 15
393-0-24 (AMER ST 310-0-22, HUM 370-4-20) Kiel Americas Approaches to History: Real Indians: Indigeneity and the Authenticity Problem TTH 3:30-4:50 15
395-0-20 Macauley Asia/Middle East Research Seminar: Imperialism in Asia T 3:30-6:20 15
395-0-22 Lauzière Asia/Middle East Research Seminar: Arab Intellectuals and Modernity TTH 3:30-4:50 15
395-0-24 Bushnell European Research Seminar: Death of the Soviet Union TTH 3:30-4:50 15
395-0-26 Alder Americas Research Seminar: American Technology T 3:00-5:50 15
398-2-20 Muir Global Senior Honors Thesis Seminar W 3:00-5:50
405-0-20 Cherry Seminar in Historical Analysis: Approaches to Global Intellectual History T 9:00-11:50
405-0-22 Boyle Seminar in Historical Analysis: Narrative History M 2:00-4:50
405-0-24 Liu Seminar in Historical Analysis: Historical Methods of Gender & Sexuality M 2:00-4:50
410-3 Sherry General Field Seminar in American History F 9:00-12:00
430-2 Barnett Field Seminar in Early Modern European History W 2:00-4:50
450-1 Glassman General Field Seminar in African History F 10:00-12:50
492-0-20 Petrovsky-Shtern Topics In History: Early Modern European Jews: Documents and Narratives T 2:00-4:50
570-2-01 Pearson Graduate First-Year Research Seminar M 9:00-12:00
585-0-20 Sherry Divisional Seminar in American History F 2:00-4:50