Courses in History

Spring 2010

HIST-05 Britain and British Imperialism Since 1815

Michal Shapira (Section 01)

HIST-06 Introduction to Peoples and Cultures of Eurasia

Sergey Glebov (Section 01)

HIST-09 Nineteenth-Century America

Martha Saxton (Section 01)

HIST-16 Modern China

Jerry P. Dennerline (Section 01)

HIST-18 Modern Japanese History from 1800 to the 2000s

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-24 World War II in Global Perspective

Catherine A. Epstein (Sections 01 and 03)
Trent E. Maxey (Sections 02 and 04)
Kevin M. Sweeney (Section 05)

HIST-26 Environmental Issues of the Nineteenth Century

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-29 The Reformation Era, 1500-1660

Margaret R. Hunt (Section 01)

HIST-39 Native American Histories

Kevin M. Sweeney (Section 01)

HIST-56 Afro-Latin America

Lowell W. Gudmundson (Section 01)

HIST-62 Women in the Middle East

Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

HIST-67 Turning Points in the History of Science

John W. Servos (Section 01)

HIST-73 Spain and the Pacific World, 1571-1898

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-76 Topics in European History: The Politics of Memory in Twentieth-Century Europe

Catherine A. Epstein (Section 01)

HIST-82 Topics in African American History: Race and Educational Opportunity in America

Hilary J. Moss (Section 01)

HIST-96 Madness to Prozac: The Sciences of the Self in the Modern Era

Michal Shapira (Section 01)

HIST-99 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

John W. Servos (Section 01)

Related Courses

AMST-68 Research Methods in American Culture (Course not offered this semester.)
COLQ-18 Post-Cold War American Diplomatic History (Course not offered this semester.)
POSC-48 Cuba: The Politics of Extremism (Course not offered this semester.)
RELI-19 Religion in the United States (Course not offered this semester.)