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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

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

310. The Greek World
312. 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
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
406A. Asian Women: East and Northeast Asia
407. Japan and the United States in the 20th Century
412. Chinese Emigration/Migration in Modern Period
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
464. 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
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
341A. Foundations of Russia
341B. Modern Russia
343. Modern Eastern Europe
346. European Cinema of Communism, Fascism, and Resistance
353. Tudor and Stuart England
356. Georgian and Victorian Britain
357. Recent Britain
400. 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
451. The United States in the World
452. The United States at War
468./568.Public Art, Monuments and Memory
470. American Jewish History
471. History of the Westward Movement
472. History of the South
473. California History
474. The History and Culture of American Cities
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
482. 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
395. Gender, Sexuality and Desire in World History
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
444./544. Pacific Ocean in World History
451. The United States in the World
492./592. Proseminar in World History


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