Courses in History

Fall 2010

HIST-04 Early Modern Europe

Margaret R. Hunt (Section 01)

HIST-13 Medieval Europe: From Charlemagne to Columbus

C. Teresa Shawcross (Section 01)

HIST-15 Chinese Civilization to 1800

Jerry P. Dennerline (Section 01)

HIST-21 France in the Twentieth Century

Kathryn Edwards (Section 01)

HIST-27 Global Environmental History of the Twentieth Century

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-34 Nazi Germany

Catherine A. Epstein (Sections 01 and 02)

HIST-36 The Italian Renaissance

HIST-40 Immigration, Integration and Citizenship in Europe

Kathryn Edwards (Section 01)

HIST-48 Historical Perspectives on Criminal Justice and the U.S. Economy

Martha Saxton (Section 01)

HIST-49 Case Studies in American Diplomacy

N. Gordon Levin (Section 01)
Pavel Machala (Section 01)

HIST-53 Popular Revolution in Modern Mexico

Rick A. Lopez (Section 01)

HIST-57 China in the World, 1895-1919

Jerry P. Dennerline (Section 01)

HIST-63 Africa Before the European Conquest

Sean Redding (Section 01)

HIST-66 Disease and Doctors: An Introduction to the History of Western Medicine

John W. Servos (Section 01)

HIST-79 History of the Pacific World, 1898-Present

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-86 Ideas and American Foreign Policy 

Andrew J. Bacevich (Section 01)

HIST-88 Latin America and the Caribbean in the Age of Revolution

J. Celso Castro Alves (Section 01)

HIST-90 The History and Memory of the Asia-Pacific War

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-99 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

Francis G. Couvares (Section 01)

Related Courses

AMST-11 Changing America (Course not offered this semester.)
ECON-28 Economic History of the United States, 1600-1860 (Course not offered this semester.)