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Spring 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
1.08 Environment and Civilization Fernandez-Armesto
11+ T 6:00 9:00 
1.13WW Massachusetts and the American Revolution Carp
ARR
T 1:30 5:00
1.19 U.S. Urban Life and Culture, 1830-2000 Schneider
8 R 1:30-4: 00
 
Course # Course Title Professor
181.02 The Suez Crisis Malchow
5 M 1:30 4:00
184.01WW Travel Writing and History Baghdiantz McCabe
5+ M 1:20-4:20
187.04 Cold War America Lekus
6 T 1:30 4:00
 
Course # Course Title Professor
05 Consumption in History Baghdiantz McCabe
E+ MW 10:30am 11:45
08 [prev. 03GL] U.S. Imperialism in Asia Leupp
8 R 1:30 4:00
09.02 [prev. 03DM] Terrorism in Modern History Mulholland
ARR
T 1:30 2:45
R 1:30 4:00
11 Europe since 1815 Proctor
E+ MW 10:30am -11:45am
21 Europe in the High Middle Ages Marrone
D M 9:30am 10:20
TR 10:30 11:20
29 Modern Russia Mulholland
D M 9:30am 10:20
TR 10:30 11:20
39.07 Modern France Laurent
H+ TR 10:30 2:45
37 Spain Fernandez-Armesto
ARR
MT 8:05am 9:20
43 China to the Opium War Kuo
G + MW 1:30 2:45
48 Japan from 1868 Leupp
C TWF 9:30am 10:20am
59.01 Introduction to the History of South Asian Religions Jhala
F+ TR 12:00 1:15
78 Modern Latin America Corbett
D + TR 10:30am 11:45am
80 The Changing American Nation: The 19th and 20th Centuries Ueda
F+ TR 12:00 1:15
83 Revolutionary America Carp
E+ MW 10:30am 11:45 am
99.01 Latinos in U.S. History Driscoll
I+ MW 3:00 4:15
99.03 History of Sexuality in America Lekus
G+ MW 1:30 2:45
99.04 History of Religion in America Curtis
G+ MW 1:30 2:45
 
Course # Course Title Professor
113 Religious and Spiritual Map of Europe 300-1500 Marrone
H+ TR 1:30 -2:45
119.11 Economics of the British Industrial Evolution, 1750-1850 Rothenberg
J+ TR 3:00 - 4:15
119.12 Greece, Rome and China Hirsch
F+ TR 12:00 1:15
129.01 Republican China: Nationalism, Revolution, Internationalization

Kuo
K+ MW 4:30 5:45
139.02 The Empire Writes Back: Colonial & Post Colonial Literary Interpretations of South Asian History

Jhala
J+ TR 3:00 4:15
159.01 Transformations in West African Islam

Berndt
J+ TR 3:00 4:15
179.03 Women and Religion in America: 1600 to Present Curtis
2 W 9:00am 11:30am
181.05 Women, Gender and Family in Europe, 1200-1800 Rankin
I+ MW 3:00 4:15
 
Course # Course Title Professor
202 Graduate Comparative Colloquium Ueda
0 M 9:00am 11:30
289 Exhibition Planning for the Small Museum Turino & Iacobucci
ARR
T 6:30pm 9:30pm
290 Historical Interpretation of Material Culture Ward
ARR
R 7:00pm -10:00pm
292 Museum Studies Internship To register contact
(617) 627-3022

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