Courses in History

Fall 2019

HIST-105 Global Environmental History of the Twentieth Century

Edward D. Melillo (Section 01)

HIST-126 Medieval Europe in a Mediterranean Context (500–1500)

Jutta G. Sperling (Section 01)

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

Vanessa Walker (Section 01)

HIST-172 Troubled Transformations: History of Modern China from the Opium War to the Olympics

George Qiao (Section 01)

HIST-203 Public Intellectuals

Adi Gordon (Section 01)

HIST-210 Christianity and Islam in West Africa

Olufemi O. Vaughan (Section 01)

HIST-214 Science and Society in Modern America

John W. Servos (Section 01)

HIST-223 Law, Sex, and Family in the Wider Mediterranean (1300–1800)

Jutta G. Sperling (Section 01)

HIST-238 The Modern American Experience of War Through Literature and Film

Mark R. Jacobson (Section 01)

HIST-247 African American History from the Slave Trade to Reconstruction

Hilary J. Moss (Section 01)

HIST-262 Latin America and the United States

Russell Lohse (Section 01)

HIST-263 Struggles for Democracy in Modern Latin America, 1820 to the Present

Russell Lohse (Section 01)

HIST-301 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

Sean Redding (Section 01)

HIST-342 Marxism and Revolution in Twentieth-Century Latin America

Russell Lohse (Section 01)

HIST-345 Gender and Sexuality in Latin America

Mary E. Hicks (Section 01)

HIST-361 Political Warfare, Propaganda, and Disinformation

Mark R. Jacobson (Section 01)

HIST-393 Early Islam: Construction of an Historical Tradition

Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

HIST-436 Race, Gender, and Sexuality in U.S. History

Jen Manion (Section 01)

HIST-444 Unmixing Peoples: Ethnic Cleansing in History

Sergey Glebov (Section 01)

HIST-488 Riot and Rebellion in Colonial and Post-Colonial Africa

Sean Redding (Section 01)

Related Courses

CLAS-136 History of Rome (Course not offered this semester.)
ECON-271 Economic History of the United States, 1600–1860 (Course not offered this semester.)
FREN-340 Colonial Cultures: Images of the French Colonial Empire (Course not offered this semester.)
POSC-248 Cuba: The Politics of Extremism (Course not offered this semester.)