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History

List of Courses

GENERAL

  • 300. United States, Past and Present
  • 301. Methodology of History
  • 302. Theory and History
  • 401. History for Secondary Social Science Teachers
  • 490. Selected Topics in History
  • 494. Practicum in History
  • 495. Colloquium
  • 498. Directed Studies
  • 498H. Honors Research
  • 499. Senior Seminar
  • 499H. Honors Thesis

INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES

  • 303I. Rebels and Renegades
  • 308I. Law and Civilization
  • 309I. Men and Masculinity
  • 310I. The Greek World
  • 312I. Roman World
  • 346I. European Cinema of Communism, Fascism, and Resistance
  • 400I. History of Western Scientific Thought
  • 407I. Japan and the United States in the 20th Century
  • 464I. Latin American Environmental History
  • 474I. The History and Culture of American Cities
  • 482I. Recent American Environmental History

AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

  • 391. The Making of Modern Africa, 1800-1939
  • 392. Contemporary Africa, 1940-Present
  • 393. Jews of the Modern Middle East
  • 394. Middle Eastern Women
  • 416./516. Central Asia and Afghanistan from Mongol Era to WWI
  • 417. Minorities of the Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asia
  • 418./518. Central Asia and Afghanistan, Twentieth Century
  • 428. History of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
  • 431./531. The Middle East (Southwest Asia), 600-1700
  • 432./532. The Middle East (Southwest Asia), 1700-Present
  • 491. Modern and Contemporary Africa

ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL

  • 310I. The Greek World
  • 312I. Roman World
  • 313. Ancient Greece
  • 314. Roman History
  • 316. Early Middle Ages
  • 317. High Middle Ages
  • 318. Byzantine Empire
  • 319. Women in the Ancient and Medieval West
  • 341A. Foundations of Russia
  • 351. Medieval England

ASIAN

  • 382A. Imperial China
  • 382B. Modern China
  • 383A. Japan to 1850
  • 383B. Modern Japan
  • 384. Contemporary Japan
  • 385. India and South Asia
  • 386. History of Modern SE Asia: Colonial Era to the Vietnam War
  • 388. Contemporary China
  • 405./505. Classical Japan
  • 406A. Asian Women: East and Northeast Asia
  • 406B. Asian Women: South and Southeast Asia
  • 407I. Japan and the United States in the 20th Century
  • 409. Early Modern Japan
  • 412. Chinese Emigration/Migration in Modern Period
  • 416./516. Central Asia and Afghanistan from Mongol Era to WWI
  • 417. Minorities of the Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asia
  • 418./518. Central Asia and Afghanistan, Twentieth Century

LATIN AMERICAN

  • 362. Colonial Latin America
  • 364. Latin American Nations
  • 365. Brazil
  • 366. Latin American History and Literature
  • 459. Religion in Colonial Latin America
  • 460./560. Slavery in Latin America
  • 461. History of Precolumbian Mexico
  • 462. Mexico
  • 463. The Caribbean and Central America
  • 464I. Latin American Environmental History
  • 465. Painting as Power
  • 466. Selected Topics in Latin American History

MODERN EUROPEAN

  • 304. The Holocaust
  • 330. Early Modern Europe
  • 331. History of Modern Europe, 1789 – Present
  • 332. The Age of the Renaissance
  • 333. Reformation Europe
  • 334. Early Modern France, 1589-1789
  • 335. The Shaping of Modern Europe
  • 336. The French Revolution and Napoleon
  • 337. Europe in the Nineteenth Century
  • 338. Modern European Women's History
  • 339. Europe, 1890-1945
  • 340. Europe Since 1945
  • 341B. Modern Russia
  • 343. Modern Eastern Europe
  • 346I. European Cinema of Communism, Fascism, and Resistance
  • 347. Tradition and Crisis: Jews in Eastern Europe
  • 348. Emancipation and Assimilation: Modern Jewish History of Western Europe
  • 353. Tudor and Stuart England
  • 356. Georgian and Victorian Britain
  • 357. Recent Britain
  • 400I. History of Western Scientific Thought
  • 437. History of Germany 1871 to Present
  • 450./550. Foucault and His Critics: Making A Social Body
  • 483. Women in Eighteenth-Century England and America

ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM

  • 402. Oral History Methods
  • 498O. Directed Studies in Oral History

UNITED STATES

  • 370. Chicano History
  • 372. United States: Colonial Period
  • 373. United States: Age of Revolution
  • 375. The United States Emerges as a Nation
  • 376. United States: Civil War and Reconstruction
  • 378. United States History: 1877-1920
  • 379. United States: Twenties, Depression, and World War II
  • 380A. The Unites States in the Liberal Era 1945-1968
  • 380B. The Unites States Since 1968
  • 387. The Vietnam War in U.S. History
  • 451. The United States in the World
  • 452. The United States at War
  • 467. Long Beach History
  • 468./568.Public Art, Monuments and Memory
  • 469. Ethnic Groups in Urban America: An Historical Examination
  • 470. American Jewish History
  • 471. History of the Westward Movement
  • 472. History of the South
  • 473. California History
  • 474I. The History and Culture of American Cities
  • 475. American Immigration and Ethnicity
  • 476. The History of Social Activism
  • 477A./577A. American Cultural History
  • 477B./577B. American Cultural History
  • 478. Foreign Relations of the U.S.
  • 479. U.S. Constitution: Origins and Early Development
  • 480. Law and Fundamental Rights in American History
  • 482I. Recent American Environmental History
  • 484. Religion in American History
  • 485A. History of Women in the U.S. Early Period
  • 485B. History of Women in the U.S. Since 1850
  • 486. History of Afro-Americans in the United States
  • 489. Selected Topics in Legal History of the United States
  • 496. Selected Topics in U.S. History

WORLD HISTORY

  • 345. Comparative Genocide
  • 349. The History of Food
  • 396. Contemporary World History
  • 435. History of the Francophone World
  • 440./540. The Silk Roads
  • 441./541. Mediterranean World
  • 442./542. The Indian Ocean in World History
  • 443./543. The Early Modern Atlantic World
  • 451. The United States in the World
  • 492./592. Proseminar in World History