Spring 2013 Graduate Courses
Please note that this information is subject to change. Please refer to the Student Services website for additional information.
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-824||Coll: Big Picture: Mediterranean, Red Sea, and Indian Ocean||Sajdi||M 3-5:25|
|HS-838||Coll: International History: Markets, States, and the "Transnational"||Cronin||T 4-6:25|
|HS-865||Coll: Religion in America||O'Toole||Th 3-5:25|
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-921||Sem: Medieval History||Fleming||W 3-5:25|
|HS-937||Sem: Modern European History||Bourg||M 3-5:25|
|HS-978||Sem: 20th C US||Johnson||T 3-5:25|
|HS-992||Dissertation Seminar||Kenny||T 3-5:25|
An asterisk (*) indicates a 75-minute class.