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HIST102History and the Humanities II
HIST103Travel Narratives and African History
HIST107Laughter and Politics
HIST116Education in Society: Universities as Agents of Change, Ivory Towers, or Knowledge Factories
HIST120Empire, Nationhood, and the Quest for German Unity, 1815-1990
HIST121The Italian Renaissance
HIST124The Enlightenment and the Birth of the Modern World
HIST134Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe
HIST135American Food
HIST136India at War
HIST137The Time of the Caliphs: A Cultural History of Islam's Golden Age
HIST142Poverty in the United States
HIST153Sophomore Seminar: Enlightenment Concept of the Self
HIST156Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience
HIST158Sophomore Seminar: Appeasement and the Origins of the Second World War
HIST163Sophomore Seminar: The Origins of Global Capitalism--Economic History Since 1600
HIST164Sophomore Seminar: France at War, 1934-1944
HIST165Sophomore Seminar: The United States and the Middle East: From the Shores of Tripoli to Baghdad
HIST166Sophomore Seminar: Kings, Queens, and the Foundations of European Society
HIST167Sophomore Seminar: The Reformation in Britain
HIST171Sophomore Seminar: Exploring Middletown's History
HIST175Sophomore Seminar: American Utopias in the 19th Century
HIST176Science in the Making: Thinking Historically About Science
HIST177Sophomore Seminar: Life Science, Art, and Culture, Medieval to Present
HIST179Sophomore Seminar: Gender and History (FGSS Gateway)
HIST181Sophomore Seminar: Gandhi
HIST190Public Life in the Age of Theater: Madrid and London, 1580-1680
HIST192Sophomore Seminar: Stalin and Stalinism
HIST19320th-Century Black Conservatism
HIST194The End of the Cold War, 1979-1991
HIST201Medieval Europe
HIST202Early Modern Europe
HIST204Greek History
HIST205Roman History
HIST208Rome Through the Ages
HIST211The Making of Britain, 400-1763
HIST212African History Since 1870
HIST216European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance
HIST218Russian History to 1881
HIST220France Since 1870
HIST221History of Ecology
HIST224Modern China: States, Transnations, Individuals, and Worlds
HIST226Native American History: Pre-Columbian Era to 1890
HIST228The Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire, 1280-1922
HIST229African History and Art
HIST230History of Southern Africa
HIST235Topics in United States Intellectual History: Religion and National Culture
HIST237Colonial America
HIST238Problems in Brazilian History
HIST240The 20th-Century United States
HIST244Women in U.S. History
HIST246Culture and Society in Renaissance Italy
HIST247Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews
HIST250Romans and Christians: The World of Late Antiquity
HIST251World History: A Psychohistory of the Modern World
HIST252Industrializations
HIST253History of Modern Mexico
HIST254Science in Western Culture, 1650-1900
HIST255History of Spain: From the Middle Ages to the Present
HIST258Mughal India
HIST25920th-Century Intellectual History
HIST260From Archipelago to Nation State: An Introduction to Japanese History and Culture
HIST261Protestantism: From the Reformation to the Religious Right
HIST264Waterways: Boats and Oceans in World History
HIST267Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe
HIST268The Origins of Global Capitalism: Economic History, 1400-1800.
HIST270Prisons, Sports, and Ghettoes: The Black Urban Experience of the 20th Century
HIST272The Long Civil Rights Movement in 20th-Century America
HIST273Engendering the African Diaspora (FGSS Gateway)
HIST274Myth, Memory, and History
HIST276Constructing Hinduism and Islam
HIST280The Industrial Revolution in Global Context: Economic History Since 1800
HIST281French Existentialism and Marxism
HIST282Medicine and Health in Antiquity
HIST285India and the West: South Asia's World History
HIST291The American Revolution
HIST296Colonial Latin America
HIST297Death and the Limits of Representation
HIST298The Sixties
HIST304Disease and Epidemics in Historical Perspective
HIST308The Jewish Experience in China: From Kaifeng in the Song Dynasty to Shanghai During the Holocaust
HIST309Black Political Thought
HIST313Performing Jewish Studies: History, Methods, and Models
HIST317Ireland: Colonialism and Decolonialization
HIST319Crisis, Creativity, and Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933
HIST320Power and Resistance in Latin America
HIST322Reason Against Itself
HIST323Religion and History
HIST329Talking About the Other: Jewish-Christian-Muslim Religious Polemic
HIST332Atlantic Africa
HIST333Modernity and the Work of History
HIST335United States Political History Since 1945: Citizens, Institutions, and the State
HIST337Mystical Traditions in Islam
HIST343Law and Culture: The Elgin Marbles to Napster
HIST349Intimate Histories: Topics in the History of Sex, Gender, and the Body
HIST350Modern Social Thought
HIST351Topics in the Philosophy of History
HIST357Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System
HIST369Writing About War
HIST371Fascism
HIST372Women and Gender in Renaissance Italy
HIST373Patterns of the Chinese Past: Culture, Politics, and Ecology
HIST376The Holocaust
HIST377Comparative French Revolutions
HIST378Science and Technology Policy
HIST380Making History: Practices and Theory
HIST381Japan and the Atomic Bomb
HIST382The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
HIST383History of Human Rights in Africa and the African Diaspora
HIST385Romanticism and Political Fiction
HIST389Models of Imperialism and Globalization
HIST396Mapping Metropolis: The Urban Novel as Artifact

Spring 2012 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       HIST
HIST101History and the Humanities
HIST102History and the Humanities II
HIST103Travel Narratives and African History
HIST105Jewish Tradition, Its Texts and Contexts
HIST114Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe
HIST116Education in Society: Universities as Agents of Change, Ivory Towers, or Knowledge Factories
HIST118Baroque Rome
HIST119Contemporary Europe
HIST121The Italian Renaissance
HIST124The Enlightenment and the Birth of the Modern World
HIST134Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe
HIST136India at War
HIST137The Time of the Caliphs: A Cultural History of Islam's Golden Age
HIST142Poverty in the United States
HIST143Interpreting Life on Mars: Scientific Data and Popular Knowledge
HIST155Sophomore Seminar: The Intelligentsia and Power: The Struggle for Socialism in the Early Soviet Peri
HIST156Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience
HIST158Sophomore Seminar: Appeasement and the Origins of the Second World War
HIST160Sophomore Seminar: The Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939
HIST163Sophomore Seminar: The Origins of Global Capitalism--Economic History Since 1600
HIST164Sophomore Seminar: France at War, 1934-1944
HIST166Sophomore Seminar: Kings, Queens, and the Foundations of European Society
HIST167Sophomore Seminar: The Reformation in Britain
HIST175Sophomore Seminar: American Utopias in the 19th Century
HIST177Sophomore Seminar: Life Science, Art, and Culture, Medieval to Present
HIST188Sophomore Seminar: Subject Peoples
HIST190Public Life in the Age of Theater: Madrid and London, 1580-1680
HIST203Modern Europe
HIST206Classic Christian Texts
HIST209Europe in the Age of Violence, 1914-1945
HIST210American Jewish History, 1492-2001
HIST211The Making of Britain, 400-1763
HIST215European Intellectual History to the Renaissance
HIST219Russian and Soviet History, 1881 to the Present
HIST221History of Ecology
HIST225Histories of/History and the U.S.-Mexican Border
HIST227Confidence and Panic in 19th-Century U.S. Economic Life
HIST230History of Southern Africa
HIST231Islamic Civilization: The Classical Age
HIST233The Age of Augustus
HIST234The Middle East in the 20th Century
HIST235Topics in United States Intellectual History: Religion and National Culture
HIST237Colonial America
HIST239The Long 19th Century in the United States
HIST241African American History, 1444-1877
HIST242Introduction to Modern African American History
HIST243Who Owns Culture? A History of Cultural and Intellectual Property in the U.S. and Latin America
HIST244Women in U.S. History
HIST245Survey of Latin American History
HIST246Culture and Society in Renaissance Italy
HIST247Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews
HIST248Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart
HIST250Romans and Christians: The World of Late Antiquity
HIST251World History: A Psychohistory of the Modern World
HIST252Industrializations
HIST256The Descent of Reason: From Logos to Game Theory
HIST258Mughal India
HIST25920th-Century Intellectual History
HIST260From Archipelago to Nation State: An Introduction to Japanese History and Culture
HIST261Protestantism: From the Reformation to the Religious Right
HIST262Gender and Technology
HIST263Inside Nazi Germany, 1933-1945
HIST264Waterways: Boats and Oceans in World History
HIST265Global Christianity
HIST266American Labor History from 1776 to Recent Times
HIST267Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe
HIST268The Origins of Global Capitalism: Economic History, 1400-1800.
HIST275Histories of Race: Rethinking the Human in an Era of Enlightenment
HIST276Constructing Hinduism and Islam
HIST277Duty, Power, Pleasure, Release: Key Themes in Classical Indian Thought
HIST280The Industrial Revolution in Global Context: Economic History Since 1800
HIST282Medicine and Health in Antiquity
HIST285India and the West: South Asia's World History
HIST288Feminism After 1968: France, the United States, and in Between
HIST290Law and Order in Ancient Rome
HIST292Native Americans as Slaves and Slaveholders
HIST294Political Fiction
HIST295History, Memory, and Tradition in Global Contemporary Art
HIST297Death and the Limits of Representation
HIST298The Sixties
HIST299Portuguese Expansion to Africa and the Atlantic World, 1440-1640
HIST301Jews Under Christianity and Islam: Borders, Boundaries, and Coexistence
HIST304Disease and Epidemics in Historical Perspective
HIST309Black Political Thought
HIST311Ethnicity, Religion, and Class in the Middle East and the Balkans
HIST315Tracing Transcendence: Emmanuel Levinas's Talmudic Lectures
HIST316Advanced Seminar in African History
HIST317Ireland: Colonialism and Decolonialization
HIST318Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent
HIST319Crisis, Creativity, and Modernity in the Weimar Republic, 1918-1933
HIST320Power and Resistance in Latin America
HIST324The Problem of Truth in Modern China
HIST328The Immigrant City in the United States, 1880-1924
HIST329Talking About the Other: Jewish-Christian-Muslim Religious Polemic
HIST332Atlantic Africa
HIST335United States Political History Since 1945: Citizens, Institutions, and the State
HIST336Science and the State
HIST337Mystical Traditions in Islam
HIST342The Rise of the Conservative Movement in the United States Since 1950
HIST347The Social Question and the Rise of the Welfare State in Germany, 1780-1914
HIST349Intimate Histories: Topics in the History of Sex, Gender, and the Body
HIST350Modern Social Thought
HIST356From Chinese Chan to Japanese Zen: D˘gen and Buddhism's Place in the World
HIST357Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System
HIST362Issues in Contemporary Historiography
HIST369Writing About War
HIST372Women and Gender in Renaissance Italy
HIST373Patterns of the Chinese Past: Culture, Politics, and Ecology
HIST376The Holocaust
HIST377Comparative French Revolutions
HIST380Making History: Practices and Theory
HIST381Japan and the Atomic Bomb
HIST382The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
HIST383French Existentialism and Marxism
HIST385Romanticism and Political Fiction
HIST386Jews and Modernity: History and Historiography
HIST389Models of Imperialism and Globalization
HIST391The Spanish Empire in the Early Global Age: 15th-17th Centuries
HIST393Materia Medica: Drugs and Medicines in America
HIST396Mapping Metropolis: The Urban Novel as Artifact

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