Nov 20, 2019  
2014-2015 Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 
   •  HIS 112 - World History to 1400.
   •  HIS 113 - World History: 1400 to 1900.
   •  HIS 114 - Twentieth Century World History.
   •  HIS 220 - United States to 1898.
   •  HIS 221 - United States since 1898.
   •  HIS 230 - Survey of African History to 1800.
   •  HIS 235 - Introduction to the History of African Diaspora.
   •  HIS 283 - Introduction to Islam and the Modern “Middle East.”
   •  HIS 290 - East Asia to 1600.
   •  HIS 299 - Introduction to History.
   •  HIS 301 - History Capstone Seminar.
   •  HIS 306 - Social History of the United States Since 1865.
   •  HIS 314 - History of the Old South.
   •  HIS 315 - American Civil War and Reconstruction.
   •  HIS 316 - America Comes of Age: 1877-1920.
   •  HIS 317 - America Between the Wars, 1919-1939.
   •  HIS 318 - Contemporary America.
   •  HIS 320 - The American Military Experience.
   •  HIS 321 - History of the United States Constitution, 1789 to Present.
   •  HIS 322 - Early Caribbean History.
   •  HIS 323 - United States Theatre History.
   •  HIS 325 - History of the British Isles to 1606.
   •  HIS 326 - History of the British Isles 1606-1919.
   •  HIS 329 - Michigan History.
   •  HIS 332 - Development of the American West.
   •  HIS 333 - Labor in America.
   •  HIS 334 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the United States.
   •  HIS 335 - History of African-Americans to 1877.
   •  HIS 336 - Africa in Modern Times, 1800 to Present.
   •  HIS 338 - Topics in African-American History.
   •  HIS 339 - History of Mexico.
   •  HIS 340 - Mexico in the Twentieth Century.
   •  HIS 343 - Modern Caribbean History.
   •  HIS 351 - Early Modern Europe, 1350-1800.
   •  HIS 352 - History of Modern Russia.
   •  HIS 355 - War and Violence in Europe.
   •  HIS 357 - Polish Culture through History and Literature.
   •  HIS 360 - The Holocaust.
   •  HIS 361 - Introduction to Public History.
   •  HIS 362 - Food and World History.
   •  HIS 363 - Historic Preservation.
   •  HIS 364 - Early Modern German History, 1500-1800.
   •  HIS 365 - Magic and Witchcraft in Western Civilization.
   •  HIS 367 - Modern German History, 1800-2000.
   •  HIS 368 - History of African-American Religion.
   •  HIS 369 - History of Women in America I.
   •  HIS 371 - Japan from Antiquity to 1300.
   •  HIS 372 - The French Revolution.
   •  HIS 373 - 19th Century Europe.
   •  HIS 374 - History of the British Empire since 1790.
   •  HIS 376 - History of Modern China.
   •  HIS 377 - Japan from 1300 to 1800.
   •  HIS 378 - Japan from 1800 to Present.
   •  HIS 380 - History of Modern India and South Asia.
   •  HIS 381 - History of Women in America II.
   •  HIS 382 - History of the British Isles since 1919.
   •  HIS 384 - Gender and Sexuality in Modern European History.
   •  HIS 385 - History of the Modern “Middle East” Since 19th Century.
   •  HIS 386 - International Relations of the “Middle East.”
   •  HIS 387 - Islam and Political Change.
   •  HIS 391 - Directed Reading in History.
   •  HIS 393 - Special Topics in History.
   •  HIS 394 - Medieval Europe.
   •  HIS 395 - Directed Research.
   •  HIS 396 - Public History Internship.
   •  HIS 399 - France and the World from 1789 to 2000.
   •  HIS 400 - Postwar: Europe since 1945.
   •  HIS 401 - Migration in Modern European History.
   •  HIS 409 - Colonial America.
   •  HIS 410 - Era of the American Revolution.
   •  HIS 411 - Conflict, Reform and Expansion: America before the Civil War.
   •  HIS 412 - The Atlantic World in Transition: 1400-1850.
   •  HIS 413 - Sin, Salvation and Celebrity in Early America.
   •  HIS 415 - The Early American Republic.
   •  HIS 419 - History of Sport in the United States.
   •  HIS 428 - Emergence of the United States as a World Power Since 1914.
   •  HIS 430 - American Indian History.
   •  HIS 431 - American Urban History.
   •  HIS 435 - Black America since the Civil War.
   •  HIS 477 - Japan: Age of Samurai.
   •  HIS 479 - Pacific World in Transition since 19th Century.
   •  HIS 495 - Honors Thesis I.
   •  HIS 496 - Honors Thesis II.
   •  HIS 501 - Migration in Modern European History.
   •  HIS 509 - Colonial America.
   •  HIS 510 - Era of the American Revolution.
   •  HIS 511 - Conflict, Reform and Expansion: America before the Civil War.
   •  HIS 512 - The Atlantic World in Transition: 1400-1850.
   •  HIS 515 - The Early American Republic.
   •  HIS 519 - History of Sport in the United States.
   •  HIS 521 - History of the United States Constitution, 1789 to Present.
   •  HIS 528 - Emergence of the United States as a World Power since 1914.
   •  HIS 530 - American Indian History.
   •  HIS 531 - American Urban History.
   •  HIS 534 - History of Ethnicity and Race in the United States.
   •  HIS 535 - Black America since the Civil War.
   •  HIS 562 - Food and World History.
   •  HIS 569 - History of Women in America I.
   •  HIS 574 - History of the British Empire since 1790.
   •  HIS 579 - Pacific World in Transition since 19th Century.
 

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