Courses

Current Courses

The course descriptions that appear in the College Catalogue are presented numerically, beginning with 100-level introductory classes and continuing through 300- level research seminars. Tutorials and Major Conferences are also offered regularly; recent examples include Anarchism, Critical Geography, and The Decision to Drop the Bomb.

Global Core Courses

  • HIST 1001: Revolution Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 124: Early Modern French Empire Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 139: City Cultures Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 153: Diaspora and Homeland Expand for more. Expand

100-Level Courses

  • HIST 101: Making of Europe 1815 Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 112: Three Cities: A History of Lagos/Nairobi/Johannesburg Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 119: Native Americans into American Natives Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 122: Twentieth Century Britain Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 124: France/Empire: Early Modern World Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 130: Origins of American Citizen Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 135: "In the Realm of the Son of Heaven": Imperial Chinese History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 141: A Haunted Union: 20th Century Germany and the Unification of Europe Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 181: Jews in the Modern World Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 185: The Making of the Modern Middle East Expand for more. Expand

200-Level Courses

  • HIST 220: Mexican History and Culture Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 232: American Urban History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 240: 20th Century Diplomatic History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 242: 20th Century Russia: From Communism to Nationalism Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2110: Early Middle Ages Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2122: The Arab-Israel Conflict Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2134: Comparative Atlantic Societies Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2237: Radio Africa: Broadcasting History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2253: The Ecological History of the Globe Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 2701: The Holocaust, 1933-1945 Expand for more. Expand

300-Level Courses

  • HIST/EUS 305: Enviornmental and Urban Disasters Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST/JS 315: The Culture of Yiddish Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 327: The French Revolution Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 339: Cuba and the Spanish Caribbean in Global Perspective: Sugar, Slavery and Revolution Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 340: The Politics of History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 365: Russian Intellectual History Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 3107: Fugutuves, Exiles, Extradition Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 3138: How to Write the History of the Middle East Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 3141: Central European Cities: Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest Expand for more. Expand
  • HIST 3142: Violence in Colonial America Expand for more. Expand