History - Course of Study

See History course descriptions from our catalog for more information

HI 10: Origins of the Modern World Since 1500 (formerly HI 30 Europe and the World in Transition)
HI 201: History of Western Science
HI 202: Health and Healing in America 1650-1980: History of Western Medicine
HI 203: European Society in the Middle Ages
HI 205: Anti-Semitism: Medieval to Modern
HI 210: The Third Reich
HI 212: Modern Germany: From Reich to Republic
HI 213: In the Wake of Destruction: Europe Since World War II
HI 214: Modern Jewish History: 1750 to Present
HI 215: Ireland from the Middle Ages to the Present
HI 216: Rise of the British Empire
HI 217: Britain and its Empire Since 1800
HI 220: Ancient African Civilizations
HI 221/CL 221: The Hellenistic World, 336-30 BC
HI 222/CL 222: The Roman Revolution
HI 223/CL 223: The Roman World in Late Antiquity, 284-642 AD
HI 230: Early Modern France: Passion, Politics, and the Making of National Identity
HI 237: The American Prophetic Tradition
HI 238: Nineteenth-century United States
HI 239: Twentieth-century United States
HI 240: The Personal is Political: Women's Activism in the 1960s
HI 241/TA 241: Examining the Sixties: History, Art, and Legacy
HI 243: American Constitutional and Legal History I, 1776 to 1900
HI 244: American Constitutional and Legal History II, 1900 to Present
HI 245: Feminism in the United States
HI 246: Women and Gender in U.S. History
HI 247: Family and Sexuality in U.S. History
HI 248: Autobiography in Early America: Writing the Self
HI 250: America Enters the World: United States Foreign Relations, 1763 to 1900
HI 251: The American Century: The United States and the World since 1900
HI 253: Early America to 1800
HI 257: Who Built America? Working People in American History
HI 260: American Indian History
HI 262: African-American History, 1619 to 1865
HI 263: Inventing Themselves: African-American Women in U.S. History
HI 264: African-American History, 1865 to Present
HI 270: History of Global Humanitarian Action
HI 271: Introduction to Russian History, Culture and Civilization
HI 272: Russia, 700-1700: History and Myth
HI 273: History and Culture of Central and Eastern Europe since 1945
HI 274/IL 260: Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Global Crises
HI 275: Russia's Road to Revolution, 1689 to 1917
HI 276: St. Petersburg in Russian History
HI 277: Mexico: Cortés to NAFTA
HI 279: China from Classical Time to the 1800s
HI 280: The West and the Middle East
HI 281: Portrait of the Arab
HI 284: 20th-Century Russia
HI 285: Modern China: 1800 to Present
HI 286: The Rise of Modern Japan: 1800 to Present
HI 288: Colonial Latin America, 1492 to 1800
HI 289: Modern Latin America, 1800 to Present
HI 294: The Middle East Under the Ottoman Empire
HI 298: Historical Geography
HI 302: History and Memory: Coming to Terms with Traumatic Pasts
HI 303: What If? Alternate History and the Historical Imagination
HI 304: The Holocaust in History and Memory
HI 313: Godless: Atheism and Skeptical Thought in the West
HI 314: Peasant Toil, Peasant Revolt: Daily Life in Rural Europe before 1900
HI 315: Ireland Since the Famine
HI 316: The French Revolution and Napoleon
HI 317: Religious Outsiders in Early Modern France and Europe
HI 323: England: Reformation to Revolution
HI 324/CL 324: Ancient Greece, Rome and Africa
HI 325/CL 325: Athenian Democracy and Empire
HI 331: The American Revolution and the New Nation
HI 335: Civil War and Reconstruction
HI 337: Race, Violence and Punishment in the United States 1865-1976
HI 338: The Long Black Freedom Struggle
HI 342: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in U.S. History
HI 348: Social Movements in U.S. History: The 1960's
HI 349: The 1930's in America
HI 356: History of the Cold War
HI 366: Gender, Culture, and Representation: Women in China and Japan 1600 to Present
HI 367: East Asia in 20th-Century American Wars
HI 371: Arab-Israeli Conflict
HI 372: Terrorism in History
HI 373: History of North America (World Diversity Designation)
HI 383: Food, Consumption, and Commodities in Latin America, 1500 to the Present: From Chocolate to Cocaine
HI 385: Comparative Russian Revolutions
HI 391: The Meanings of History
HI 395: History Internship
HI 397: Special Topics in History
HI 399: Independent Study