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HIST-100 FA2
Hist, Memory, Changeable Past
OPEN
001
03.00
Findlay,E
Books
TF
10:20AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-110 FA2
Renaiss & Rev: Eur 1400-1815
OPEN
001
03.00
Giandrea,M
Books
TF
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-120 FA3
Imperialism in History
CLOSED
001
03.00
Partovi,P
Books
MTH
01:10PM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-204
Medieval Europe
OPEN
001
03.00
Giandrea,M
Books
TF
01:10PM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-205 FA2
Amer Encounters:1492-1865
OPEN
001
03.00
Curtin,M
Books
MTH
08:55AM
10:10AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-209
African-Amer Hist:1877-Present
OPEN
001
03.00
Kaplan,A
Books
TF
10:20AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-215 FA2
Soc Forces Shaped Amer
CLOSED
001
03.00
Kuznick,P
Books
MTH
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-220 FA4
Women in America since 1850
OPEN
001
03.00
Curtin,M
Books
MTH
11:45AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-222
History of Britain II
CLOSED
001
03.00
Munkwitz,E
Books
MTH
01:10PM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-225 FA3
Russia & Origins Cont Eurasia
CLOSED
001
03.00
Fedyashin,A
Books
MTH
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-235 FA2
West in Crisis,1900-1945
OPEN
001
03.00
Fedyashin,A
Books
MTH
08:55AM
10:10AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-245
Modern Jewish Civilization
OPEN
001
03.00
Strauss,L
Books
MTH
11:45AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-251
History of Modern China
OPEN
001
03.00
Jacobs,J
Books
MTH
11:45AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-296
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
CANCELLED
001
Modern Africa
03.00
Stockreiter,E
Books
TF
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Modern Africa This survey of modern African history concentrates on the experiences of Africans under European colonialism (1880s-1960s) and on the legacy of colonialism for contemporary Africa. Topics include the European scramble for Africa and African responses; colonial policies; the growth of African nationalism and independence; as well as the economic, political, and social challenges of post-colonial Africa.
HIST-305
Topics in Race and Ethnicity
CLOSED
001
Race and Incarceration
03.00
Curtin,M
Books
W
08:55AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Race and Incarceration This course examines the history of the American prison system, and focuses on the role of race and racism in shaping our nation's unique prison practices and its current incarceration crisis.
HIST-314
History of the World Regions
OPEN
002S
Soc/Pol History of Kenya
03.00
Books
Social and Political History of Kenya This course, offered as part of the AU Abroad Kenya Program, examines the economic, political, cultural and social changes in Kenya over the last hundred years including Pre-colonial Kenya societies; establishment of colonialism, the settlement of Kenya by the Europeans and colonial economy; anti-colonial African nationalism; the world wars and their impacts on Kenya; the Mau Mau revolution; and Kenya in the post-colonial Cold War context.
OPEN
003S
Paris: Civilization & Culture
03.00
Books
Paris: Civilization and Culture Offered through the AU Abroad program in Paris, this course examines how French civilization and culture developed due to the powerful centrifuge called Paris. More than any other city, the urban landscape of the French capital is rich in a history that still informs contemporary social issues and debates about the country's national identity. Through successive generations, Paris has been a provincial backwater of the Roman Empire, the capital of Europe's greatest feudal dynasty, the 'capital of modernity,' an anarchist commune, and the heart of an empire that stretched across the globe. In this course students are given the historical information and critical skills necessary to grasp the complex world historical center that is the city of Paris. The readings are selected from both historical documents and works by specialists in French political, urban, literary, and social history, and the course includes many visits to sites in Paris, as students learn to "read" architectural structures and to use the city as a rich primary source for historical analysis.
HIST-349
Modern Iran
OPEN
001
03.00
Partovi,P
Books
MTH
10:20AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-390
Ind Reading Course in History
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
000
***** Varies by Student ******
01.00-06.00
Books
HIST-396
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
CLOSED
001
The Viking World
03.00
Giandrea,M
Books
W
11:45AM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
The Viking World The course of European history was changed forever when the Vikings began to take an interest in their neighbors. What began as a series of small but devastating raids in the late eighth century soon mushroomed into a mass movement of Scandinavians to Ireland, Britain, France, and beyond, forever altering the landscapes of these kingdoms. To their victims they were heathen pirates who killed without regard for age, gender or status. But the Vikings also impacted Europe in more positive ways, opening up long-distance trade routes and encouraging urban development, among other things. This course takes a broad view of the Viking world by considering the evidence for the Vikings themselves as well as their impact abroad. We will use material evidence (i.e. archaeology) and primary sources to better understand Viking society and religion, technology, ways of warfare and influence across time and space.
CANCELLED
003
Women, Gender, Race-Early Am.
03.00
Haulman,K
Books
TF
01:10PM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Women, Gender, Race - Early America Centering the lives, voices, and experiences of various groups of women, this course explores the making and intersection of categories and hierarchies of difference, namely gender and race, from the early fifteenth through the mid nineteenth century in North America.
OPEN
004
Victorian Culture
03.00
Vester,K
Books
W
11:45AM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Victorian Culture This course explores a diverse range of cultural phenomena in the nineteenth century United States, reflecting on how clothes, interior design, child rearing philosophies, nutritional advice, travel, and pets can shape society and politics. Exploring the every-day life of the Victorians, the course also reflects on broad social movements and problems in the nineteenth century, a time of nation and empire building, suffrage, immigration, and war. Besides giving students an insight into the cultural, material and every-day history of the nineteenth century, the course focuses on how to utilize primary and secondary sources, how to do research, present in public settings, conceive and organize research projects and how to design and write a research paper. Meets with AMST-320 001.
(Meets with AMST 320 001)
CLOSED
005
American Drug Wars
03.00
Pembleton,M
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
American Drug Wars This seminar introduces students to the concept of the war on drugs--broadly interpreted--and surveys America's history with mild-altering substances and efforts to control or prohibit the same. America's battle with addiction has both greater longevity and importance than is generally appreciated. Beginning with the role of commodities like coffee, sugar, tobacco and alcohol in forging global trade routes and colonial empire, the course examines America's experience with drugs, alcohol, temperance movements, crime and law enforcement from the early republic into the twentieth century with the birth of the modern drug war. Students are presented with American social, cultural and political history "through the saloon door," and examine how taboos and attempts at prohibition have been historically contingent and how the issue of drug and alcohol use has often been the site of profound political and social conflicts, many with lasting implications. Meets with AMST-330 002.
(Meets with AMST 330 002)
OPEN
006
The End of the Cold War
03.00
Snyder,S
Books
T
02:35PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
The End of the Cold War For almost fifty years, the world was largely defined by the Cold War's ideological and geographic terms. To the surprise of almost all observers, it ended without widespread destruction or loss of life. This course explores the end of the Cold War chronologically and thematically. The course begins by examining efforts at detente in the 1970s and ends with the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, the reunification of Germany, and the breakup of the Soviet Union. The assigned readings and class discussion helps students assess the causes and effects of the end of the Cold War as understood by participants at the time and current observers such as political scientists and historians. For example, students study the power of personality, examining the roles of United States President Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Students also examine key developments such as ongoing arms control negotiations and the rise of the Polish trade union movement. In addition, during the semester students evaluate how culture, the economy, politics, human rights activism, Western ideas, and nationalism each contributed to the end of the Cold War. The objectives of this course are to promote critical, analytical thinking about Cold War history and to encourage students to think in an international context to develop their own interpretation of the evolution and significance of the end of the Cold War. In addition, the assignments are structured to strengthen students' oral and written communication skills, including those of persuasion, argumentation, and presentation. Meets with SISU-330 001.
(Meets with SISU 330 001)
HIST-399
Conversations in History
Prerequisite: history major or permission of instructor.
CLOSED
001
American Consumerism
03.00
Rao,G
Books
TF
11:45AM
01:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
American Consumerism This course examines how historians have understood consumerism in American history, from the arrival of the Consumer Revolution to North America in the seventeenth-century through the advent of modern industrial capitalism in the twentieth century.
HIST-419
Holocaust
CLOSED
001
03.00
Leff,L
Books
TF
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 619 001)
HIST-440
Latin American Studies
OPEN
001
United States & Latin America
03.00
Friedman,M
Books
TF
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
United States and Latin America This course examines United States relations with its neighbors to the south, from state-to-state interactions at the level of diplomacy and military intervention to questions of ideology and perception in inter-American affairs. Topics include revolution and counterrevolution, economic development, human rights, and cultural exchange. Meets with HIST-640 001.
(Meets with HIST 640 001)
HIST-445
Russian Studies
OPEN
001
The Russian Revolutions
03.00
Lohr,E
Books
MTH
10:20AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
The Russian Revolutions This course explores the liberal and communist revolutions in the Russian Empire during the period 1900-1930s. Readings include interpretations of the revolutions from different political perspectives and historical approaches. Meets with HIST-645 001.
(Meets with HIST 645 001)
HIST-447
Asian Studies
OPEN
001
Japan: A Survey
03.00
Jacobs,J
Books
MTH
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Japan: A Survey This course focuses chiefly on the fifty years of the Japanese Empire, from the incorporation of Taiwan in 1895 to Japan's defeat and imperial dissolution in 1945. Some attention is accorded to earlier expansions of the Japanese state into Hokkaido and Okinawa, as well as the legacy of the Japanese Empire after 1945. Meets with HIST-647 001.
(Meets with HIST 647 001)
HIST-449
Topics in U.S. History
CANCELLED
001
Legal History Seminar
03.00
Klusmeyer,D
Books
W
08:10PM
10:40PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Legal History Seminar In this course students are expected to design their own research project and write a substantial essay on their choice of topics in legal history, subject to the instructor's approval. The seminar is organized around a series of incremental steps through different phases of the research and writing process. To help prepare students, it also provides an introduction to methodologies and perspectives in legal history. Meets with HIST-649 001, JLC-411 001, and JLC-606 001.
OPEN
002
Legal History Seminar
03.00
Klusmeyer,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Legal History Seminar In this course students are expected to design their own research project and write a substantial essay on their choice of topics in legal history, subject to the instructor's approval. The seminar is organized around a series of incremental steps through different phases of the research and writing process. To help prepare students, it also provides an introduction to methodologies and perspectives in legal history. Meets with HIST-649 002, JLC-411 001, and JLC-606 001.
(Meets with JLC 411 001 JLC 606 001 HIST 649 002)
HIST-452
Era of New Repub 1789-1850
OPEN
001
03.00
Rao,G
Books
TF
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 652 001)
HIST-453
Civil War and Reconstruction
OPEN
001
03.00
Kraut,A
Books
MTH
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 653 001)
HIST-461
U.S.Foreign Reltns since 1918
OPEN
001
03.00
Friedman,M
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 661 001)
HIST-477
History and New Media
OPEN
001
03.00
Sternfeld,J
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 677 001)
HIST-481
Senior Thesis in History II
Prerequisite: HIST-480 and senior standing with minimum 3.3 GPA.
OPEN
001
03.00
Stockreiter,E
Books
W
11:45AM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-482
Research Seminar
Prerequisite: HIST-399.
CLOSED
001
Gender and History
03.00
Findlay,E
Books
W
11:45AM
02:25PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Gender and History This course introduces students to a variety of approaches to analyzing gender (both femininity and masculinity) in history. The class reads and discusses classic and cutting edge historical scholarship from a wide range of chronological periods and geographical areas. Students also produce an original research paper based in primary sources and drawing on the works read during the semester.
HIST-490
Ind Study Project in History
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
000
***** Varies by Student ******
01.00-06.00
Books
OPEN
006
NGO OUTREACH VIETNAM
01.00-06.00
Friedman,M
Books
HIST-491
Internship
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Kerr,D
Books
HIST-496
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
CANCELLED
002
Cultural Cold War 1917-1991
03.00
Kondoyanidi,A
Books
TF
08:55AM
10:10AM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Cultural Cold War 1917-1991 This course discusses the cultural aspect of the Cold War defined by intellectual exchanges, exhibitions, jazz, rock music, and films. Throughout the geopolitical standoff, US-Soviet cultural engagements, full of contradictions and distortions, remained powerful. The course explores the role of politicians and cultural ambassadors in shaping Soviet and American cultural perceptions and stereotypes of each other. Topics include the political use of culture, the role of ideology in culture formation and everyday life, the export of cultural images, reflections of the Cold War in culture, and lasting Cold War stereotypes, which affect Russian-American relationships even today. At the center of the course is exploration of cultural diplomacy as an effective tool for establishing relations between two competitors on the international scene. The readings include recent academic studies about the Cold War, biographies, autobiographies, and a spy novel. Meets with HIST-696 002.
(Meets with HIST 696 002)
HIST-500
Studies in History
OPEN
001
Global US & Anti-Americanism
03.00
Friedman,M
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Global US and Anti-Americanism The United States has made its presence felt abroad in many ways, with its economic and military power, through the interaction of its tourists, businesspeople, missionaries and soldiers with foreigners, or through the appeal of its music, film, fashions, and other cultural products. At the same time, the backlash against American cultural exports, U.S. foreign policy, or various symbolic meanings of America led one scholar to speak of the change from the "American Century" to the "Anti-American Century." This course critically examines both phenomena, Americanization and anti-Americanism, along with related concepts such as modernity, cultural imperialism, and globalization.
OPEN
002
American Politics
03.00
Lichtman,A
Books
M
08:10PM
10:40PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
American Politics This course examines key themes that illuminate political struggles in the United States from the early Republic to the present. These include the battle for voting rights, the development of the political party system, and the rise of America's liberal and conservative traditions.
HIST-590
Ind Reading Course in History
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
000
***** Varies by Student ******
01.00-06.00
Books
HIST-619
Holocaust
CLOSED
001
03.00
Leff,L
Books
TF
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 419 001)
HIST-640
Latin American Studies
OPEN
001
United States & Latin America
03.00
Friedman,M
Books
TF
04:00PM
05:15PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
United States and Latin America This course examines United States relations with its neighbors to the south, from state-to-state interactions at the level of diplomacy and military intervention to questions of ideology and perception in inter-American affairs. Topics include revolution and counterrevolution, economic development, human rights, and cultural exchange. Meets with HIST-440 001.
(Meets with HIST 440 001)
HIST-645
Russian Studies
OPEN
001
The Russian Revolutions
03.00
Lohr,E
Books
MTH
10:20AM
11:35AM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
The Russian Revolutions This course explores the liberal and communist revolutions in the Russian Empire during the period 1900-1930s. Readings include interpretations of the revolutions from different political perspectives and historical approaches. Meets with HIST-445 001.
(Meets with HIST 445 001)
HIST-647
Asian Studies
OPEN
001
Japan: A Survey
03.00
Jacobs,J
Books
MTH
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Japan: A Survey This course focuses chiefly on the fifty years of the Japanese Empire, from the incorporation of Taiwan in 1895 to Japan's defeat and imperial dissolution in 1945. Some attention is accorded to earlier expansions of the Japanese state into Hokkaido and Okinawa, as well as the legacy of the Japanese Empire after 1945. Meets with HIST-447 001.
(Meets with HIST 447 001)
HIST-649
Topics in U.S. History
CANCELLED
001
Legal History Seminar
03.00
Klusmeyer,D
Books
W
08:10PM
10:40PM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Legal History Seminar In this course students are expected to design their own research project and write a substantial essay on their choice of topics in legal history, subject to the instructor's approval. The seminar is organized around a series of incremental steps through different phases of the research and writing process. To help prepare students, it also provides an introduction to methodologies and perspectives in legal history. Meets with HIST-449 001, JLC-411 001, and JLC-606 001.
OPEN
002
Legal History Seminar
03.00
Klusmeyer,D
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
Legal History Seminar In this course students are expected to design their own research project and write a substantial essay on their choice of topics in legal history, subject to the instructor's approval. The seminar is organized around a series of incremental steps through different phases of the research and writing process. To help prepare students, it also provides an introduction to methodologies and perspectives in legal history. Meets with HIST-449 002, JLC-411 001, and JLC-606 001.
(Meets with JLC 411 001 JLC 606 001 HIST 449 002)
HIST-652
Era of New Repub 1789-1850
OPEN
001
03.00
Rao,G
Books
TF
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 452 001)
HIST-653
Civil War and Reconstruction
OPEN
001
03.00
Kraut,A
Books
MTH
02:35PM
03:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 453 001)
HIST-661
U.S.Foreign Reltns since 1918
OPEN
001
03.00
Friedman,M
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 461 001)
HIST-677
History and New Media
OPEN
001
03.00
Sternfeld,J
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
(Meets with HIST 477 001)
HIST-690
Ind Study Project in History
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
CLOSED
000
***** Varies by Student ******
01.00-06.00
Books
OPEN
001
Life in Urban America
01.00-06.00
Kerr,D
Books
HIST-691
Internship
Prerequisite: permission of instructor and department chair.
OPEN
001
01.00-06.00
Kerr,D
Books
HIST-696
Selected Topics:Non-Recurring
CANCELLED
002
Cultural Cold War 1917-1991
03.00
Kondoyanidi,A
Books
TF
08:55AM
10:10AM
TBA
TBA
CANCELLED
Cultural Cold War 1917-1991 This course discusses the cultural aspect of the Cold War defined by intellectual exchanges, exhibitions, jazz, rock music, and films. Throughout the geopolitical standoff, US-Soviet cultural engagements, full of contradictions and distortions, remained powerful. The course explores the role of politicians and cultural ambassadors in shaping Soviet and American cultural perceptions and stereotypes of each other. Topics include the political use of culture, the role of ideology in culture formation and everyday life, the export of cultural images, reflections of the Cold War in culture, and lasting Cold War stereotypes, which affect Russian-American relationships even today. At the center of the course is exploration of cultural diplomacy as an effective tool for establishing relations between two competitors on the international scene. The readings include recent academic studies about the Cold War, biographies, autobiographies, and a spy novel. Meets with HIST-496 002.
(Meets with HIST 496 002)
HIST-721
Colloq: Mod Europe since 1900
OPEN
001
03.00
Leff,L
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-728
Col in US Hist II: since 1865
OPEN
001
03.00
Runstedtler,T
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-730
Public History Practicum
OPEN
001
03.00
Kerr,D
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-751
Graduate Research Seminar
CLOSED
001
03.00
Haulman,K
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
OPEN
002
03.00
Kuznick,P
Books
TH
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/11/16
05/03/16
HIST-799
Doctoral Dissertation Seminar
OPEN
001
01.00-12.00
Lohr,E
Books
HIST-898
Doctoral Continuing Enrollment
Prerequisite: doctoral students with permission of program director. May be taken SP/UP only.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Lohr,E
Books
HIST-899
Doctoral Dissertation
Prerequisite: doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy with permission of program director. May be taken SP/UP only.
OPEN
001
01.00-09.00
Lohr,E
Books