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Fall 2009

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
0090
[Formerly HST. 03]
The World in Motion: Migration Ueda
7
0091
[Formerly HST. 01]
Seeking Gendered Perspectives, Africa Penvenne
7+
0093
[Formerly HST. 01]
Black Power Joseph
6
0096
[Formerly HST. 01]
Hitler: Biography as History
Mulholland
5
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
0193
[Formerly HST. 187]
Cities in Revolution: The Urban Experience of the American Revolution Carp
6
0196
[Formerly HST. 181]
World War One and its Legacy
Foster
7
0197
[Formerly HST. 184]
Religion and Law in Islamic History Manz
7
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
0005 History of Consumption Baghdiantz McCabe
L+
0014
[Formerly HST. 71]
Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Crises in Africa Penvenne
E+
0017
[Formerly HST. 75]
The Americas Winn
10+
0025
[Formerly HST. 84]
Antebellum and Civil War America, 1815-1877 Carp
E+
0028
[Formerly HST. 90]
Foreign Relations to 1900 Ekbladh
E+
0040
[Formerly HST. 43]
China to the Opium War Lee
D
0042
[Formerly HST. 47]
Japan from Pre-history to 1868 Leupp
E
0046
[Formerly HST. 51]
South Asia, 1000-2000
Jalal
G+
0048
[Formerly HST. 144]
South Asia and the World Manjapra
J+
0050
[Formerly HST. 16]
History of Ancient Greece Hirsch
F+
0052
[Formerly HST. 39.02]
Introduction to Christianity Curtis
I+
0053
[Formerly HST. 10]
Europe to 1815 Marrone
E+ plus section
0056
[Formerly HST. 20]
Europe in the High Middle Ages Marrone
K
0062
[Formerly HST. 29]
Modern Russia Mulholland
D
0064 Modern France, 1789 to the Present Foster
J
0068 Modern European Intellectual History (for Fall 2009, register for History 176: Adv Special Top Eur: Modern European Intellectual History) Manjapra
E+
0076
[Formerly HST. 15]
Ancient Egypt Manuelian
H+
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
0100 Historical Marxism Mulholland
H
0122
[Formerly HST. 88]
America and the National Pastime Gittleman
6+
0123
[Formerly HST. 174]
Industrial America and Urban Society: The Progressive Era to the Great Depression Ueda
F+ block Thursday/Friday 12-1:15
0126
[Formerly HST. 179.08]
Religion and U.S. Politics Curtis
E+
0134
[Formerly HST. 124]
Tokugawa Japan Leupp
8
0150
[Formerly HST. 119.02]
Ancient Greece/Roman Medicine Phillips
E+
0153
[Formerly HST. 119.13]
Martin Luther: Man and Era Brown
J+
0167
[Formerly HST. 64]
Medieval Islam

Manz
F+
0170 Development as History Ekbladh
5
0175 Islam in the West Jalal
0176 Literature and Power in 17th Century France (course will be taught entirely in French) Hakim
E+
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
0200 Graduate Historiography Baghdiantz McCabe
O
0212 Graduate Colloquium: History and Memory Winn
6
0291 Collections Care and Preservation Neuman
W 6:30-9:30PM
0292 Museum Studies Internship Robinson
R 6:00-9:00PM

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