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Fall 2013 Graduate Courses

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Please note that this information is subject to change. Please refer to the Student Services website for additional information.

 

Graduate Colloquia

A colloquium consists of readings, primarily in secondary sources, on a series of selected topics. All graduate students are urged to take at least one colloquium each semester.

HS-802 Coll: Intro to Doctoral Studies
Parthasarathi Th 3-5:20
HS-809 Coll: Gender History and the Scholar Ross T 3-5:20
HS-818 Coll: Law and History
Pendas W 3-5:20
HS-872 Coll: US from 1877 Johnson M 3-5:20
 

Graduate Seminars

Seminars primarily involve research in a carefully delineated topic. Students must discuss with the professor whether or not they have the necessary background and, where appropriate, the necessary foreign-language ability to qualify for admission into the seminar. Students are urged to take at least one seminar during their first year of classes.

HS-907 Sem: US Before 1900
Richardson Th 3-5:20
HS-921 Sem: Medieval History
Fleming W 3-5:20
 

Graduate Courses

An asterisk (*) indicates a 75-minute class.

HS-302 From Sun Yat-Sen to Shanghai 2010 Clarke MWF 9:00
HS-305 War and Revolution in Modern East Asia Barnes TTh 4:30*
HS-324 Populism and Military Rule in Latin America Morgan MWF 12:00
HS-325 Revolutionary Cuba Taylor MWF 12:00
HS-326 Modern Iran Banuazizi TTh 10:30*
HS-328 Mexican Revolution Morgan MWF 2:00
HS-343 Rise and Fall of the Ottoman Empire Braude TTh 12:00*
HS-369 Nationalism and the Middle East Braude TTh 3:00*
HS-373 Slave Societies in the Caribbean and Latin America Taylor MW 3:00*
HS-390 China Regionalized: Environment, History & Culture Zhang TTh 10:30*
HS-396 Decolonization and the War in Africa Lal MWF 1:00
HS-430 Imperial Britain in the Long 18th Century Ismay MWF 11:00
HS-432 Eighteenth Century Ireland O'Neill TTh 12:00*
HS-434 History of Northern Ireland 1912-Present Savage TTh 9:00*
HS-445 After the End of History Cronin TTh 1:30*
HS-451 War Crimes Trials Pendas MWF 11:00
HS-463 French Visions of Empire Dodman MWF 12:00
HS-467 Global Political Catholicism Gallagher MWF 1:00
HS-515 Colonial North America Stanwood MWF 1:00
HS-522 Boston: History, Literature & Culture I Lewis/ Stanwood MWF 10:00
HS-529 Death Penalty in American History Rogers MWF 11:00
HS-534 Nannies, Maids & Mail Order Brides Oh TTh 1:30*
HS-551 US 1929-1960 Maney TTh 10:30*
HS-565 American Immigration I (to 1865) Kenny TTh 12:00*
HS-571 US Foreign Policy I Jacobs MWF 2:00