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Spring 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
1.03 Men, Women and Patriarchy in the Middle East
Manz
7
1.25 Anticolonialism in Global Perspective Manjapra
5+
1.26 Courtship, Dating and Modern Love Drachman
8+
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
181.05 Women, Gender and Family in Europe, 1200-1800
History
Rankin
7
183.04 Decolonization in Asia Jalal
5
186.02 Contemporary Chile in Comparative Perspective Winn
6+
187.08 Coming of America's Second World War Ekbladh
6
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
09.05 History of Science Rankin
H+
09.06 Global Christianity Curtis
E+
11 Europe since 1815 Malchow
E+M+W plus section
20 Europe in the Early Middle Ages Marrone
J
28 Revolutionary Russia Mulholland
D
39.09 Modern Spain Crespo-MacLennan
M+
39.10 The History and Archaeology of the Ancient World from the Bronze Age to the End of the Roman Empire Hitchner
 
44 Modern China, 1839-present Lee
J+
48 Japan from 1868 Leupp
E
65 World of Islam Manz
F+
71 Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Crises in Africa
CANCELED
Penvenne
D+
75 Americas Winn
10+
93 Women in 20th Century America Drachman
G+
96 African Americans in U.S. History since 1865 Worrell
I+
99.04 History of Religion in America Curtis
99.07 U.S. Foreign Relations since 1900 Ekbladh
F+
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
114 Science, Magic and Society 1100-1700 Marrone
F+
119.03/CL 143 Greeks and Barbarians Hirsch
119.14 Spies, Spying and Mischief Mulholland
H+
123 Japanese History through Literature Leupp
8+
139.01 Contemporary South Asia Jalal
Tuesdays
139.03 South Asia and the World: Representations, Economies, Politics Manjapra
E+MW
149.01 The Iranian Revolution Shadbash
J+
179.12 Tourism in America, 1820-1940 Tolles
6+
192/I.R. 91 International Colloquium Penvenne
Wednesday 9:00-10:20 only half credit
 
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
289 Exhibition Planning for the Small Museum Turino & Iacobucci
T 6:00-:930PM
290 Historical Interpretation of Material Culture Ward
R 7:10-10:00PM
292 Museum Studies Internship To register contact (617) 627-3022

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