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Fall 2013

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
91 Seeking Gendered Perspectives Penvenne
93 Black Panther Party Joseph
93 The Great Crisis: Depression, Total War, and Cold War Ekbladh
93 Girlhood in the 1950's Drachman
 
Course # Course Title Professor
193 Race & Gender in Early America Lewis
195 South Asian Urban History Manjapra
196 Appeasement and the Munich Conference of 1938 Malchow
196 Body and Sexuality in Pre-Modern Europe Rankin
 
Course # Course Title Professor
12 Science and Technology in World History Rankin
13 Reconstructing Africa's Past to 1850 Penvenne
17 Americas Winn
22 The Changing American Nation Ueda
24 Revolutionary America, 1763-1815 (CAP) Lewis
28 U.S. Foreign Relations to 1900 Ekbladh
34 African American History Since 1865 Joseph
36 Communities and Diversity Ueda
40 History of Pre-Modern China Xu
43 Japan to 1868 Leupp
46 South Asia, 1000-2000 Jalal
50 History of Ancient Greece Hitchner
52 Introduction to Christianity TBA
53 Europe to 1815 Proctor
58 The Byzantines and Their World Proctor
62 Modern Russia Mulholland
65 Britain and the British Empire Malchow
66 Spain and its Empire Schmidt-Nowara
70 The Middle East and North Africa to World War I Roberts
74 Modern Armenia Baghdiantz McCabe
76 Ancient Egypt Harrington
80 Enlightenment and Imperialism Manjapra
 
Course # Course Title Professor
116 Revolution in Central & South America Winn
122 America and the National Pastime Gittleman
133 Japanese History Through Literature Leupp
138 Confucianism: From China to the World Xu
150 Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine Phillips
175 Islam and the West Jalal
177 Maghreb since 1945 Roberts
 
Course # Course Title Professor
200 Historiography Baghdiantz McCabe
203 Slavery and Freedom in the Atlantic World Schmidt-Nowara
211 Appeasement, Munich and the Origins of the Second World War Malchow
212 War and Society in the Middle East in Historical Perspective Fawaz
285 Museums Today: Mission & Function Robinson and Iacobucci
292 Museums Studies TBA

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