Courses in History

Spring 2016

HIST-101 World War II in Global Perspective

Catherine A. Epstein (Section 01)
Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)
Kevin M. Sweeney (Section 01)

HIST-144 Nineteenth-Century America

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-181 Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

Sean Redding (Section 01)

HIST-208 Spain and the Pacific World, 1571-1898

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-220 Art, Politics, and Propaganda in Modern Europe

April D. Trask (Section 01)

HIST-224 The Century of Sex: Gender and Sexual Politics in Modern Europe

April D. Trask (Section 01)

HIST-225 The Age of Chivalry, 1000-1500

Jun Hee Cho (Section 01)

HIST-226 Women and War in European History, 1558-1918

Ellen R. Boucher (Section 01)
Nicola Courtright (Section 01)

HIST-231 Race and Empire: The British Experience from 1760

Ellen R. Boucher (Section 01)

HIST-246 Race and American Capitalism:  from Slavery to Ferguson

Alec F. Hickmott (Section 01)

HIST-251 The Immigrant City

Mark Clinton (Section 01)
Francis G. Couvares (Section 01)

HIST-264 Introduction to Latin America: Conquest, Colonization and Rebellion

Mary E. Hicks (Section 01)

HIST-283 Introduction to South African History

Sean Redding (Section 01)

HIST-301 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-339 A Price for Everything: Making of a Market Society

Jun Hee Cho (Section 01)

HIST-374 WWII and Japanese Americans

Franklin S. Odo (Section 01)

HIST-402 Wine, History, and the Environment

Rick A. Lopez (Section 01)

HIST-419 On Nationalism

Adi Gordon (Section 01)

HIST-439 Betw Tsars & Communists

Sergey Glebov (Section 01)

Related Courses

AMST-468 Research Methods in American Culture (Course not offered this semester.)
CLAS-124 Roman Civilization (Course not offered this semester.)
CLAS-132 Greek History (Course not offered this semester.)
ECON-272 Economic History of the United States, 1865-1965 (Course not offered this semester.)