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Spring 2011

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
91 Black Panther Party Joseph
6
94 Japanese History through Literature Leupp
8
96 History of the Book Rankin
3
97 Arab Nationalism in the 20th Century Dana
7
 
Course # Course Title Professor & Time
190 Travel Writing Baghdiantz McCabe
6
192 Contemporary Chile Winn
11+
193 Courtship in America Drachman
8
195 Decolonization in Asia Jalal
5
 
Course # Course Title Professor & Time
02 Globalization Winn
I+
03 World in Motion: Global History & U.S. Immigration Ueda
I+
09 Christianity & Globalization Curtis
E+
14 Historical Perspective on Contemporary Crises in Africa
View syllabus (pdf)
Penvenne
E+
25 Antebellum and Civil War America Carp
E+
31 History of Religion in America Curtis
G+
35 Recent African American History Joseph
F+
43 Japan from 1868
View syllabus (pdf)
Leupp
G
54 Europe from the French Revolution to the Present Proctor
M+ & section
56 Europe High Middle Ages Marrone
J
62 Modern Russia Mulholland
D
74 Modern Armenia Baghdiantz McCabe
K+
87 The Ottoman Empire Dana
H+
 
Course # Course Title Professor & Time
100 Historical Marxism Mulholland
H+
123 Industrial America and Urban Society: The Progressive Era to the Great Depression Ueda
E+
155 Women, Gender, Family in Europe 1200-1800 Rankin
G+
156 Science, Magic, Society Marrone
F+
166 Afghanistan Manz
7
175 Contemporary South Asia Jalal
T
3:330-5:30PM Fletcher
176 Vienna: A Biography Romero
F+
177 History of Iraq Dana
D+
178 International Research Colloquium Penvenne
T
9:30-10:20AM
 
Course # Course Title Professor & Time
212 Graduate Colloquium in Early American History Carp
1
216 Graduate Colloquium in Latin American History Winn
10+
289 Exhibition Planning for the Small Museum Turino & Iacobucci
290 Historical Interpretation of Material Culture Ward
292 Museum Studies Internship TBA

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