Courses in History

Fall 2020

HIST-114 Race, Empire, and Transnationalism: Chinese Diasporic Communities in the U.S. and the World

Richard T. Chu (Section 01)

HIST-128 Medieval Europe (1000-1500)

Jutta G. Sperling (Section 01)

HIST-134 Religious Traditions in America:  A History of Communities and Their Scriptures

Lloyd D. Barba (Section 01)

HIST-155 20th-Century America

Francis G. Couvares (Section 01)

HIST-190 Middle Eastern History: 500–1600

Monica M. Ringer (Section 01)

HIST-215 Geopolitics and American Foreign Policy

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

HIST-229 The Virgin Mary: Image, Cult, Syncretism (ca. 400-1700)

Jutta G. Sperling (Section 01)

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

Alec F. Hickmott (Section 01)

HIST-262 Latin America and the United States

Russell Lohse (Section 01)

HIST-301 Proseminar in History: Writing the Past

Sean Redding (Sections 01 and 02)

HIST-346 Indigenous Histories of Latin America

Russell Lohse (Section 01)

HIST-352 The Purpose and Politics of Education

Kristen V. Luschen (Section 01)
Hilary J. Moss (Section 01)

HIST-370 Japan's Empire in Asia, 1868–1945

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-380 Women of Color and the Emergence of U.S. Third World Feminist Left

Lili M. Kim (Section 01)

HIST-390 Topics in Jewish History

Adi Gordon (Section 01)

HIST-419 On Nationalism

Adi Gordon (Section 01)

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

Jen Manion (Section 01)

HIST-455 The Long Civil Rights Movement

Alec F. Hickmott (Section 01)

HIST-477 The History and Memory of the Asia-Pacific War

Trent E. Maxey (Section 01)

HIST-490 Topics in Jewish History

Adi Gordon (Section 02)

HIST-490 Race, Pol, & School Reform

Hilary J. Moss (Section 03)

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ARHA-232 Cartographic Cultures: Making Maps, Building Worlds (Course not offered this semester.)
CLAS-136 History of Rome (Course not offered this semester.)
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FYSE-113 The Nuclear Age (Course not offered this semester.)