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Spring 2012

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
93 Courtship in America Drachman
Block 8
94 Religion in Japanese History
Cross listed with Religion 136
Block 6+
96 Food and Society Baghdiantz McCabe
Block 6+
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
190 The Global 1930s Ekbladh
Block 2
191 The Black Panther Party
Cross listed with Peace and Justice Studies 0150
Block 5
196 Renaissance and Reformation Europe
View syllabus (pdf)
Block 7
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
10 IR: Historical Perspective
View syllabus (pdf)
Block E+ plus sections
19 Latin American History Corbett
Block C
29 U.S. Foreign Relations 1900 to Present Ekbladh
Block I+
31 History of Religion in America Heather Curtis
Block G+
35 African-American History in the Post Civil Rights Era Joseph
Block E+
41 Modern China Hill
Block K+
43 Japan from 1865 Leupp
Block G
54 Europe Since 1815 Proctor
Block I+ plus sections
56 Europe High Middle Ages Marrone
Block J
63 Modern Germany Mulholland
Block F+
71 The Middle East Middle East Since World War I Roberts
Block F+
74 Modern Armenia Baghdiantz McCabe
Block I+
86-03 Religion, Race & Nation in American History Curtis + Hicks
Block 2
86 Modern Spain
View syllabus (pdf)
Block G+
86 Empresses, Saints and Scholars: The Women of Byzantium
Cross listed with Classics 0086-01
Block H+
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
110 Race, Class, Power in Southern Africa Penvenne
Block D+
120 American Military History to 1900 Carp
Block E+
152 Religious and Spiritual Map Europe
Cross listed with Religion 113
Block F+
154 Eur. Health and Healing Rankin
Block E+
159 French Revolution Foster
Block I+
160 France and Africa Foster
Block E+
170 Islam on the Indian Ocean Rim Manjapra
Block 2+
175 South Asian Urban History Manjapra
Block K+
176 History of Madrid Schmidt-Nowara
Block K+
178 International Research Colloquium
(Cross-listed as INTR 91)
*Open to undergraduates only
Block W 9:30-10:20AM
180-187 Undergraduate Independent Study Instructor TBA
189 Undergraduate Internship Instructor TBA
199 Senior Honors Thesis  
Course # Course Title Professor
Time Block
212 Cultures of Violence in the West Carp
Block 1
220-289 Graduate Readings Instructor TBA
289 Exhibition Planning for the Small Museum Co-instructors:
Ken Turino and
Cara Iacobucci
Block T 6:30-9:30PM
290 The Meaning of Things: Interpreting Material Culture Rainey Tisdale
Block R 6:00-9:00PM
292 Museum Studies Internship Prerequisite:
To register: Contact internship sup. 617-627-3022
401 Master's Continuation Part-time Instructor TBA
401 Master's Continuation Full-time Instructor TBA
501 Ph.D. Continuation Part-time Instructor TBA
502 Ph.D. Continuation Full-time Instructor TBA

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