Courses in History

Fall 2013

HIST-122 The Byzantine World: History and Texts  

Jesse W. Torgerson (Section 01)

HIST-156 The U.S. in the World: 1756-1898

Vanessa Walker (Section 01)

HIST-171 Chinese Civilization to 1800

Jerry P. Dennerline (Section 01)

HIST-176 Modern Japanese History from 1800 to the 2000s

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-190 Middle Eastern History: 500-1600

Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

HIST-204 Jewish History in the Modern Age

Adi Gordon (Section 01)

HIST-212 Disease and Doctors: An Introduction to the History of Western Medicine

John W. Servos (Section 01)

HIST-232 European Intellectual History in the Twentieth Century

Sergey Glebov (Section 01)

HIST-234 Nazi Germany

Catherine A. Epstein (Section 01)

HIST-247 Slave Trade-Reconstructn

Hilary J. Moss (Section 01)

HIST-257 Pst Cld War Am Dipl Hist

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

HIST-260 Culture, Conquest, and Survival: The Creation of Latin America, 1450-1700

Joshua M. Rosenthal (Section 01)

HIST-275 China in the World, 1895-1919

Jerry P. Dennerline (Section 01)

HIST-284 Africa Before the European Conquest

Sean Redding (Section 01)

HIST-301 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

Dwaipayan Sen (Section 01)

HIST-312 History and Politics of Human Rights

Vanessa Walker (Section 01)

HIST-322 The Medieval Self

Jesse W. Torgerson (Section 01)

HIST-411 Commodities, Nature and Society

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-453 The Era of the American Revolution

Kevin M. Sweeney (Section 01)

HIST-474 Indian Nationalism

Dwaipayan Sen (Section 01)

HIST-492 Inside Iran

Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

Related Courses

ECON-271 Economic History of the United States, 1600-1860 (Course not offered this semester.)
LJST-222 The Legal History of the U.S. in the World (Course not offered this semester.)
LJST-223 Boundaries of Belonging:  Law and Citizenship (Course not offered this semester.)