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MORRISSEY COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Fall 2013 Graduate Courses

history department

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