Department of History

Schedule of Classes

FALL 2021
Course Descriptions

CLASS LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Course

Title

Instructor

Syllabus

Day

Time

Room

SCLA 101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

Sokolsky-Tifft

 

MWF

2:30p-3:20p

BRNG B268

SCLA 101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

Sokolsky-Tifft

 

MWF

4:30p-5:20p

BRNG B268

SCLA 101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

De la Fuente

 

TTh

3:00p-4:15p

SYNC ONLINE

SCLA101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

Mitchell

 Syllabus

TTh

12:00p-1:15p

GRIS 133

SCLA 101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

Smith

 

MWF

9:30a-10:20a

WALC 3148

SCLA 101

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication I: Antiquity to Modernity

Jones

 

MWF

3:30p-4:20p

PSYC 3187

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

Walton

 

MWF

8:30a-9:20a

BRNG 1245

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

Davis

 

TTh

12:00p-1:15p

BRNG B232

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

Brownell

 

TTh

9:00a-10:15a

REC 226

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

 White

Syllabus

 MWF

10:30-11:20  

WALC 3127

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

 White

Syllabus

 MWF

11:30-12:20

WALC 3127

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

 White

Syllabus

 MWF

2:30-3:20

REC 315

SCLA 102

Transformative Texts: Critical Thinking and Communication II: The Modern World

 White

Syllabus

 MWF

3:30-4:20

 REC 315

103

Introduction to the Medieval World (10922)

Zook

 

MWF

12:30 – 1:20

STEW 183

103D

Introduction to the Medieval World (25196)

A. Shimko

 Syllabus

 

DISTANCE

 

104

Introduction to the Modern World (21287)

Foray

 

TTh

12:00 – 1:15

EE 170

104

Introduction to the Modern World (14299)

Fleetham

  Syllabus

MWF

2:30 – 3:20

WALC 3154

104D

Introduction to the Modern World (50825)

D. Bouquet

 Syllabus

 

DISTANCE

 

105

Survey of Global History (22110)

Klein-Pejsova

 Syllabus

MWF

10:30 – 11:20

HIKS G980

105

Survey of Global History (27275)

How Race, Class, & Gender Shaped Our Modern World

Bhattacharya

 

TTh

1:30 – 2:45

LILY 3418

151-1

American History to 1877 (11247)

Larson

 Syllabus

MWF

2:30 – 3:20

SYNC-ON

151-2

American History to 1877 (25013)

Jones

 Syllabus

MWF

10:30 – 11:20

MATH 175

151D

American History to 1877 (18606)

(second 8-week)

E. Barr

 Syllabus

 

DISTANCE

 

152

United States since 1877 (21305)

Bynum

 Syllabus

TTh

10:30 -11:45

KRAN 140

152D

United States since 1877 (59405)

D. Bouquet

 Syllabus

 

DISTANCE

 

152D

United States since 1877 (60309)

(second 8-week)

 R. Gaarder

 

 

DISTANCE

 

152D

United States since 1877 (65568)

(second 8-week)

 R. Gaarder

 

 

DISTANCE

 

 152D

United States since 1877 (29310)

(second 8-week)

 R. Gaarder

 

 

 DISTANCE

 

152D

United States since 1877 (29368)

(second 8-week)

R. Gaarder

 

 

 DISTANCE

 

152D-4

United States since 1877 (66076)

(second 8-week)

 R. Gaarder

 

 

DISTANCE

 Cancelled

152D-5

United States since 1877 (13227)

(second 8-week)

 R. Gaarder

 

 

DISTANCE

 Cancelled

23005

Hitler’s Europe (13991)

Fleetham

  Syllabus

MWF

12:30 – 1:20

UNIV 203

240

East Asia and Its Historic Tradition (25846)

H. Woo

  Syllabus

MWF

11:30 - 12:20

WALC 2051

240

East Asia and Its Historic Tradition (27326)

Hastings

 

 TTH

3:00 – 4:15

HAAS G066

246

Modern Middle East and North Africa (21113)

Holden

 Syllabus

MWF

9:30 – 10:20

UNIV 203

271

Introduction to Colonial Latin American History: 1492 – 1810 (56308)

De la Fuente

 

TTh

4:30 – 5:45

SYNC-ON

302

Historical Topics: African American Athletes and the Problem of Race (16380) Crosslisted with AAS 371

Bynum

 

TTh

1:30 – 2:45

REC 317

31005

Civil War and Reconstruction (13925)

Lande

 Syllabus

MWF

8:30 – 9:20

EE 222

337

Europe in the Age of the Cold War (13934)

Gray

 Syllabus

MWF

2:30 – 3:20

HAAS G066

33805

History of Human Rights (13492)

Klein-Pejsova

 Syllabus

MWF

1:30 – 2:20

EE 117

351

The Second World War (13428)

Roberts

 

TTH  4:30 - 5:45 Fowler

35205

Death, Disease & Medicine in 20th Century American History (24549)

C. Fendley

 

 MWF

9:30 – 10:20

LWSN B151

355

History of American Military Affairs (14813)

Lande

 Syllabus

MWF

9:30 – 10:20

ME 1009

371

Society, Culture, and Rock and Roll (13916)

Atkinson

 

TTh

12:00 – 1:15

MTHW 210

377

History & Culture of Native America (19271)

Marsh

 Syllabus

TTh

4:30 – 5:45

WALC 3122

38001

History of United States Agriculture (11904)

Hurt

 Syllabus

 TTH

9:00 - 10:15

 REC 313

382

American Constitutional History (13452)

Pitts

 

TTh

1:30 – 2:45

ME 1012

384

History of Aviation (11909)

Smith

 

MWF

10:30 – 11:20

WALC B058

395

Junior Research Seminar: Capitalism and Democracy in Early America (25839)

Larson

 

MW

4:30 – 5:45

SYNC-ON

395

Junior Research Seminar: Northern Indian Removal: 1783-1850 (25837)

Marsh

 Syllabus

TTh

1:30 - 2:45

UNIV 201

413

Modern European Imperialism: Repression and Resistance (14020)

Foray

 

TTh

3:00 – 4:15

UNIV 017

421

Honors Historical Methods (21342)

Walton

 Syllabus

MWF

9:30 – 10:20

UNIV 301

47005

Women and Health in America (13936)

(Cross-listed with WGSS 499)

Vostral

 

TTh

10:30 – 11:45

UNIV 001

48005

Madness and the Asylum in the US 13937

Pitts

 

TTh

9:00 - 10:15

UNIV 301

495

Research Seminar in Historical Topics: Gender and War: Napoleonic Wars (25894)

Walton

 Syllabus

MWF

10:30 - 11:20

UNIV 301

495

Research Seminar in Historical Topics: World War I in the Middle East (50822)

Holden

 Syllabus

MWF

1:30 – 2:20

UNIV 319

499

History Internship

Arrange

 

 

 

 

590

Directed Reading

Arrange

 

 

 

 

601/

641

European Reading Seminar: Trans-Atlantic Capitalism (13466)

Gray

 

W

6:00 – 8:50

UNIV 319

641

Global Reading Seminar: Global Feminisms (14290)

Bhattacharya

 Syllabus

TH

3:00 – 5:50

SC G060

651

U.S. Reading Seminar: New Directions in American Political History (14265)

Brownell

 

T

3:00 – 5:50

UNIV 319

602/ 642/

652

Second-year Research Seminar (13938)

Atkinson

 Syllabus

M

6:00 – 8:50

UNIV 319

698

Research M.A. Thesis

Arrange

 

 

 

 

699

Research Ph.D. Thesis

Arrange

 

 

 

 


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