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Fall 2007

Please note: This is a tentative list only. Inevitably there will be changes in the proposed curriculum due to leaves, retirements, and the hiring of new members of the department. Students should reconfirm offerings during the pre-registration period of the semester before a course is to be given.

Course # Course Title Professor Time Block
1.04 International Relations: Constructing a Historical Perspective Malchow 5
1.06WW The Cultural Revolution in China Kuo 6+
1.07 The Changing American Nation Ueda 0
 
Course # Course Title Professor Time Block
180.02 Experience of Conquest Fernandez-Armesto 11+
181.01 Literacy, Gender and Religion in Late-Medieval, Early Modern Europe Marrone 6
182.01 Gender and Sexuality in Japanese History Leupp 8
183.03 Lifting the Veil; Gender, Sexuality & Culture in South Asia Jhala 2
187.02 Cities in Revolution: The Urban Experience of the American Revolution Carp 6
 
Course # Course Title Professor Time Block
3 The World in Motion: Migration as a Force for Historical Change Ueda 2
4 The World from 1500 Fernandez-Armesto M+T 8:05-9:20AM
10 Europe to 1815 Proctor I+
15 Ancient Egypt Der Manuelian H+
16 Ancient Greece Hirsch F+
18 The Byzantines and the World Proctor E+
20 Europe in the Early Middle Ages Marrone D
28 Revolutionary Russia Mulholland D
44 Modern China Kuo D
47 Japan to 1868 Leupp E
51 Introduction to Modern South Asia Jhala F+
61 Middle East since WWI Fawaz 5
72 Twentieth Century Africa Berndt K+
77 Colonial Latin America Corbett C
82 Colonial North America Carp E+
88 America and the National Pastime Gittleman 6+
99.02 The 1960's Lekus L+
 
Course # Course Title Professor Time Block
100 Marxism Mulholland H+

119.10

Political Ideology in the Italian Literary Tradition Baffoni-Licata K+
179.02 American Foreign Policy in the 20th Century Lekus F+
 
Course # Course Title Professor Time Block
200 Graduate Historiography Baghdiantz McCabe 0
291 Collections Care and Preservation Neuman 13
292 Museum Studies Internship Cynthia Robinson TBA

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