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Fall 2008

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
1.01WW Girlhood in the 1950's Drachman
8+ R 1:20-4:20PM
1.10 European Witchcraft Marrone
6 130-4:00PM
1.20 1968 Mulholland
T 1:30-2:45PM & R 1:30-4:00PM
1.21 Travel Writing and History Baghdiantz McCabe
7 W 1:30-4:00PM
Course # Course Title Professor
180.02 Experience of Conquest Fernandez-Armesto
11 T 6:30-9:00PM
181.04 The Body and Sexuality in Pre-Modern Europe Rankin
7+ W 1:20-4:20PM
185.02 Africa Penvenne
7+ W 1:20-4:20PM
Course # Course Title Professor
2 Globalization Winn
G+ M&W 1:30-2:45PM
4 World from 1500 Fernandez-Armesto
M&T 8:05-9:20PM
10 Europe to 1815 Proctor
G+ M+W 1:30-2:45PM
15 Ancient Egypt Der Manuelian
H+ T&R 1:30-2:45PM
16 History of Ancient Greece Hirsch
F+ T&R 12:00-1:10PM
22 Renaissance and Reformation Marrone
D M-9:30 T&R 10:30-11:20AM
27 Early and Imperial Russia Mulholland
D M-9:30 T&R 10:30-11:20AM
33 Great Britain and the British Empire Malchow
A+ M&W 8:05-9:20PM
39.02 Introduction to Christianity Curtis
I+ M+W 3:00-4:15PM
39.08 Health and Healing in Medieval and Early Modern Europe Rankin
E+ M+W 10:30-11:45AM
47 Japan to 1868 Leupp
E M, W & F 10:30-11:20AM
51 South Asia 1000-2000 Jalal
G+ M+W 1:30-2:45PM
61 Middle East since WWI Shadbash
J+ 3:00-4:15PM
63 History of Iran Manz
F+ T+R 12:00-1:15PM
86 Modern American Society Drachman
G+ M+W 1:30-2:45PM
88 America and the National Pastime Gittleman
6+ T 1:20-4:20PM
95 African American to 1865 Worrell
T+R 3:00-4:15PM J+ block
99.06 U.S. Foreign Relations, 1600-1900 Ekbladh
D+ T&R 10:30-11:20AM
Course # Course Title Professor
109.05 Cosmopolitanism and Colonialism Manjapra
K+ M+W 4:30-5:05PM
109.06 Philosophy of History Smith
11 T 6:30-9:00PM
110 Empresses, Saints and Scholars: The Women of Byzantium Proctor
(N+) T+Th 6:00-7:15PM
119.02 Ancient Greece/Roman Medicine Phillips
E+ M&W 10:30-11:45AM
122 Religion in Japanese History Leupp
8 R 1:30-4:00PM
147 History of Afghanistan Manz
5 M 1:30-4:00PM
150 Race, Class and Power in Southern Africa

D+ T&R 10:30-11:45AM
161 Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Central and South America Winn
6+ T 1:20-4:20PM
179.08 Religion and Politics in America: 1620 to the Present Curtis
E+ M+W 10:30-11:45AM
Course # Course Title Professor
193 Islam and the West Jalal
TBA by Fletcher
200 Historiography Baghdiantz McCabe
O M 9:00-11:30AM
291 Collections Care and Preservation Neuman
W 6:30-9:30PM
292 Museum Studies Internship To register, contact Angela Foss 617-627-3022

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