History (HIST)


1000

HIST 1001 Western Civilization to 1500 (3 credits)
An honors course, HIST 1002, is also available. Ideas, trends, and institutions in western civilization from earliest times to the Reformation.
HIST 1002 HONORS: Western Civilization to 1500 (3 credits)
Same as HIST 1001, with special honors emphasis for qualified students. Supervised reading, discussion, research, and writing.
HIST 1003 Western Civilization Since 1500 (3 credits)
An honors course, HIST 1004, is also available. Development of western civilization from the Reformation to the present.
HIST 1004 [Not Offered] HONORS: Western Civilization Since 1500 (3 credits)
Same as HIST 1003, with special honors emphasis for qualified students. Supervised reading, discussion, research, and writing.
HIST 1005 World History to 1500 (3 credits)
Developments and interactions among Asian, African, European, American, and Oceanian cultures in the pre-modern age.
HIST 1007 World History Since 1500 (3 credits)
Interactions among Asian, Middle Eastern, African, European, and American cultures in the modern era.

2000

HIST 2001 [Not Offered] The Ancient Near East and Greece (3 credits)
Development of institutions and thought in the earliest civilized societies of the Ancient Mediterranean from the beginning of civilization to the end of the Hellenistic Age.
HIST 2002 [Not Offered] Rome: Republic and Empire (3 credits)
Development of the Roman state, society, and thought from the prehistory of Italy to St. Augustine.
HIST 2011 [Not Offered] England: Roman Times through 1688 (3 credits)
HIST 2012 [Not Offered] Britain from 1689 to the Present (3 credits)
HIST 2014 [Not Offered] GODDESSES TO WITCH (3.0 credits)
HIST 2020 Medieval Europe (3 credits)
Social, cultural, religious, and political history of medieval Europe from the reign of Constantine in the fourth century to the fall of Constantinople in 1453.
HIST 2021 [Not Offered] Modern Europe (3 credits)
Political, economic, and social developments and diplomacy from the Renaissance to 1848.
HIST 2022 [Not Offered] Modern Europe (3 credits)
Political, economic, and social developments and diplomacy from 1848 to the present.
HIST 2023 [Not Offered] The World Since 1960 (3 credits)
Major events since 1960 in the U.S., U.S.S.R., and selected nations of Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, Africa, and Asia; emphasis on social, economic, political, and national security issues.
HIST 2025 EARLY MODERN EUROPE (3.0 credits)
HIST 2030 [Not Offered] WAR AND GENOCIDE (3.0 credits)
HIST 2035 HOME FRONTS (3.0 credits)
HIST 2049 VIOLENCE IN US WEST (3.0 credits)
HIST 2055 The United States to 1865 (3 credits)
An honors course, HIST 2056, is also available.
HIST 2056 HONORS: The United States (3 credits)
Same as HIST 2055, with special honors emphasis for qualified students.
HIST 2057 The United States from 1865 to the Present (3 credits)
An honors course, HIST 2058, is also available.
HIST 2058 [Not Offered] HONORS: The United States (3 credits)
Same as HIST 2057, with special honors emphasis for qualified students.
HIST 2061 African American History (3 credits)
Social, cultural, and economic role of African Americans in the U.S. from 1619 to the present.
HIST 2065 U.S. POPULAR CULTURE (3.0 credits)
HIST 2075 German Civilization (3 credits)
See GERM 2075.
HIST 2085 [Not Offered] Colonial Latin America (3 credits)
Colonial period emphasizing the European background, explorations, political and economic systems, and wars of independence.
HIST 2086 [Not Offered] Latin America Since Independence (3 credits)
Latin American countries in the 19th and 20th centuries; search for political stability, economic and social progress, and international relations.
HIST 2095 [Not Offered] East Asian Civilization to 1800 (3 credits)
Interdisciplinary and cultural approach to the civilization of East Asia, particularly China and Japan, from antiquity to early contacts with the West.
HIST 2096 [Not Offered] East Asian Civilization Since 1800 (3 credits)
Modern Asian civilization; emphasis on contact with the West, and the rise of nationalism and communism.
HIST 2100 INTRO TO ASIA (3.0 credits)
HIST 2126 MODERN CITY EUROPE (3.0 credits)
HIST 2135 [Not Offered] Introduction to Russian Culture and Civilization (3 credits)
See RUSS 2075.
HIST 2160 CONTEMP MIDDLE EAST (3.0 credits)
HIST 2184 INTRO AFRICAN CIVS (3.0 credits)
HIST 2195 [Not Offered] Topics in History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 2198 MANDELA APARTHEID (3.0 credits)

3000

HIST 3001 History and the Social Sciences I (1 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2001. Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3001. Supervised tutorial experience in local middle or high schools. Introduction to the role of the social sciences in the study of history.
HIST 3002 [Not Offered] History and the Social Sciences II (1 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3001 and HIST 3001. Concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3002. The role of the social sciences in the study of history; course will assist student in the teaching of social studies to small groups in middle and high schools.
HIST 3071 Louisiana (3 credits)
Political, economic, social, and cultural development.
HIST 3115 [Not Offered] Introduction to Historical Method (3 credits)
Survey of different methods and perspectives used in the research and writing of history.
HIST 3117 [Not Offered] Undergraduate Proseminar in World History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. Open to students with at least 6 sem. hrs. of credit in history and with an overall 3.00 gpa. May be taken for a max. of 9 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Supervised reading and research in an assigned field of historical study.
HIST 3118 Undergraduate Proseminar in European History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. Open to students with at least 6 sem. hrs. of credit in history and with an overall 3.00 gpa. May be taken for a max. of 9 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Supervised reading and research in an assigned field of historical study.
HIST 3119 Undergraduate Proseminar in United States History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. Open to students with at least 6 sem. hrs. of credit in history and with an overall 3.00 gpa. May be taken for a max. of 9 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Supervised reading and research in an assigned field of historical study.

4000

HIST 4001 [Not Offered] Greece of the City State (3 credits)
Political, social, and cultural evolution of the Greek world from the Bronze Age to the foundation of the Macedonian Empire of Alexander the Great; attention to growth of democratic institutions.
HIST 4003 The Roman Republic (3 credits)
The Roman state, culture, and society from the origin of the city to the dictatorship of Julius Caesar.
HIST 4004 [Not Offered] Rome of the Caesars (3 credits)
The growth of absolute government, spread of Christianity, and other political, cultural, and social movements from the establishment of the Principate to the fall of the Western Empire.
HIST 4005 [Not Offered] History of the Christian Church: 50-450 (3 credits)
See REL 4005.
HIST 4006 [Not Offered] History of the Christian Church: 450-1350 (3 credits)
See REL 4006.
HIST 4007 The Early Middle Ages, 300-1000 (3 credits)
History of Europe from Constantine the Great to the end of the Carolingians; development of medieval society and institutions.
HIST 4008 [Not Offered] The Later Middle Ages, 1000-1500 (3 credits)
History of Europe from the Investiture Controversy to the voyages of Columbus; developments in social, cultural, and political institutions.
HIST 4009 [Not Offered] The Renaissance (3 credits)
Italian society and thought from Dante to Machiavelli, with emphasis on the medieval foundations of Renaissance culture; northern Europe from the Hundred Years War to the Reformation, with emphasis on political and economic development.
HIST 4011 The Age of the Reformation (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4011. Sixteenth century Europe with emphasis on Protestant and Catholic reform movements.
HIST 4012 [Not Offered] History of Modern Christian Thought (3 credits)
See REL 4012.
HIST 4014 [Not Offered] The Old Regime and the Enlightenment (3 credits)
Institutions of the Old Regime, with emphasis on the Enlightenment, 1660-1760.
HIST 4015 [Not Offered] French Revolution and Napoleon (3 credits)
Background, constructive developments, and territorial changes resulting from wars of the period, with emphasis on Europe's emergence into a new era.
HIST 4016 [Not Offered] 19th Century Europe (3 credits)
The period 1815-1870. 4017 20th Century Europe 3 Survey of 20th century European history; emphasis on the role of total war in social, political, and cultural change and the impact of modern nationalist ideologies.
HIST 4017 [Not Offered] 20TH CENTURY EUROPE (3.0 credits)
HIST 4020 [Not Offered] Modern Italy (3 credits)
Intellectual, economic, social, and political history of Italy from the Enlightenment to present; emphasis on national unification, Fascism, and World War II; post-war economic development and terrorism.
HIST 4021 France to 1770 (3 credits)
Cultural, political, economic, and social survey of France from earliest times to the pre-revolutionary period.
HIST 4022 [Not Offered] France since 1770 (3 credits)
Cultural, political, economic, social, and intellectual survey of France from the pre-revolution to the present.
HIST 4023 [Not Offered] Spain since 1469 (3 credits)
Political, economic, and social development from the marriage of Ferdinand and Isabella to the present.
HIST 4024 [Not Offered] The Dutch Republic and Empire: 1500-1800 (3 credits)
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of one of the great powers of early modern Europe; emphasis on the Golden Age of Rembrant and Vermeer.
HIST 4025 [Not Offered] Germany from the Reformation to Bismarck (3 credits)
German political, social, and cultural development from 1500 to 1890; the Thirty Years' War; the rise of Prussia; the nationalism of the 19th century.
HIST 4026 [Not Offered] 20th Century Germany (3 credits)
The states that have existed in Germany since 1890; the Wilhelminian Empire; the Weimar Republic; the Third Reich; and the Germany of today.
HIST 4028 [Not Offered] The First World War (3 credits)
The First World War, 1914-1918, including controversies regarding its origin and aftermath.
HIST 4029 [Not Offered] Eastern Europe: 1700-1914 (3 credits)
Emphasis on the rise of nationalism in the 19th century.
HIST 4030 [Not Offered] Eastern Europe: 1914-Present (3 credits)
Emphasis on the independent nation-states after World War I, impact of totalitarianism, and the current liberalization.
HIST 4031 [Not Offered] The Balkans : 1453-1878 (3 credits)
Origins of the Balkan peoples, development of the Ottoman Empire, and rise of the autonomous Balkan nation-states.
HIST 4032 [Not Offered] The Balkans : 1879-Present (3 credits)
Events leading up to and including World War I, problems of the inter-war period, World War II, and rise and decline of Communism in Southeastern Europe.
HIST 4033 [Not Offered] Russia to 1861 (3 credits)
Kievan Rus, the Tsardom of Muscovy, and Imperial Russia to the emancipation of the serfs.
HIST 4034 [Not Offered] Russia Since 1861 (3 credits)
Reaction and reform from 1861 to 1905; failure of parliamentary democracy amid war and revolution; Leninism and Stalinism; relaxation of totalitarian rule since Stalin's death.
HIST 4039 [Not Offered] English Constitutional History (3 credits)
Origin and development of English legal institutions; their influence on American legal institutions.
HIST 4040 [Not Offered] English Constitutional History (3 credits)
Origin and development of English legal institutions; their influence on American legal institutions.
HIST 4043 [Not Offered] Tudor England (3 credits)
Political, economic, and cultural history of 16th century England.
HIST 4044 Stuart England (3 credits)
Period of transition from kings who would be absolutist, through the crisis of civil wars, to the beginnings of parliamentary dominance.
HIST 4045 [Not Offered] 18th Century Britain (3 credits)
Political, economic, social, and intellectual history from the accession of George I to the French Revolutionary Wars.
HIST 4046 19th Century Britain (3 credits)
Emphasis on the acquisition of Empire, emergence of industrial society, and the rise of Victorianism between 1780 and 1900.
HIST 4047 [Not Offered] 20th Century Britain (3 credits)
Intellectual, political, social, and economic developments since 1900, including the experience of total war, construction of the welfare state, imperial decline, and the significance of Thatcherism.
HIST 4048 [Not Offered] Modern Irish History: 1600-Present (3 credits)
Development of communities and conflicts in Ireland from the Tudors to the European community; emphasis on cultural, political, and military affairs.
HIST 4049 [Not Offered] The British Empire and Commonwealth (3 credits)
British Empire and development of the British Commonwealth of Nations.
HIST 4050 [Not Offered] British Colonialism in South Asia (3 credits)
Political, economic, and cultural history of the British Empire in South Asia from the founding of the East India Company in 1600 to the end of the British imperial role in 1947.
HIST 4051 [Not Offered] Colonial America: 1607-1763 (3 credits)
Political, economic, cultural, and military developments in the 13 colonies.
HIST 4052 [Not Offered] The American Revolution, 1763-1789 (3 credits)
Political, intellectual, economic, and military developments in the formation of a permanent American union.
HIST 4053 [Not Offered] The Age of Jefferson and Hamilton: 1789-1820 (3 credits)
Implementation of the Constitution, adoption of the Bill of Rights, formation of a political party system, and economic and social change.
HIST 4054 [Not Offered] The Age of Jackson: 1820-1860 (3 credits)
Examination of democratization, economic transformation, party development, the reform movement, slavery, and the sectional crisis.
HIST 4055 [Not Offered] Civil War (3 credits)
Also offered as MILS 4055. Secession; social and economic conditions, principal military campaigns.
HIST 4056 [Not Offered] Reconstruction (3 credits)
Political, social, and economic changes in the South from 1865 to 1880.
HIST 4057 [Not Offered] The Emergence of Modern America (3 credits)
Industrialization, party politics, and social life in the U.S. from 1870 to 1900.
HIST 4059 [Not Offered] The American Teens and Twenties (3 credits)
From the inaugural of Woodrow Wilson to the Crash of 1929; Wilson and reform at home and revolution abroad; the Great War and its impact; the Jazz Age, its tension and its collapse.
HIST 4060 [Not Offered] The Age of Roosevelt (3 credits)
From the inaugural of FDR to the surrender of Japan: the Great Depression and the New Deal; the thirties' search for an American culture; the road to Pearl Harbor; America in World War II, at home and abroad.
HIST 4061 [Not Offered] Intellectual and Social History of the United States to 1865 (3 credits)
Ideas and their relationship to American society from the colonial period to the Civil War.
HIST 4062 [Not Offered] Intellectual and Social History of the United States from 1865 to the Present (3 credits)
Ideas and their relationship to American society from the Civil War to the present.
HIST 4063 [Not Offered] Diplomatic History of the United States to 1914 (3 credits)
American foreign policy from its colonial antecedents up to the eve of the First World War with a focus on commercial and territorial expansion.
HIST 4064 Diplomatic History of the United States, 1914 to the Present (3 credits)
Interpretations of American foreign policy in the 20th century; emphasis on public opinion and relationship of business investment to foreign policy.
HIST 4065 [Not Offered] History of Contemporary America (3 credits)
History of America since 1945, focusing on domestic affairs.
HIST 4066 Military History of the United States (3 credits)
Also offered as MILS 4066. Military policy and campaigns, war economy, and organization of the armed forces.
HIST 4067 [Not Offered] African American History to 1876 (3 credits)
Life and history from 1619 to the end of Reconstruction; African background of African Americans.
HIST 4068 [Not Offered] African American History since 1876 (3 credits)
Life and history from the end of Reconstruction to the present; emphasis on the 20th century as an era of change.
HIST 4069 [Not Offered] The American West in the 19th Century (3 credits)
Selected themes in the political, military, social, economic, and cultural history of the Trans-Mississippi West in the 19th century.
HIST 4070 [Not Offered] The American West in the 20th Century (3 credits)
Selected themes in the political, social, economic, and cultural history of the Trans-Mississippi West in the 20th century.
HIST 4071 [Not Offered] The Antebellum South (3 credits)
Economic, social, intellectual, and political development of the South to 1860.
HIST 4072 [Not Offered] The New South (3 credits)
Political, economic, social, and intellectual history of the South since 1877.
HIST 4073 [Not Offered] Louisiana to 1815 (3 credits)
Political, economic, and social development of early Louisiana.
HIST 4075 [Not Offered] American Economic History to 1860 (3 credits)
Also offered as ECON 4075. American economic growth and development from the colonial period to 1860, including the railroad, slavery, technology, and nature of the industrial revolution; findings and method of the "new" or quantitative economic history.
HIST 4076 [Not Offered] American Economic History: 1860 to the Present (3 credits)
Also offered as ECON 4076. American economic growth and development from 1860 to the present; economic impact of the Civil War, technological change, mechanization of agriculture, railroads, automobiles, war, the Great Depression, and multinational corporations; findings and method of the "new" or quantitative economic history.
HIST 4077 [Not Offered] American Popular Culture (3 credits)
Examination of popular culture forms from 19th-century vaudeville to today's music videos; emphasis on development of mass media.
HIST 4078 [Not Offered] Asian-American History (3 credits)
History of Asian peoples in the United States; topics including immigration, community development, cultural conflict, racism, and stereotypes.
HIST 4079 [Not Offered] Women in American History (3 credits)
Survey of political, social, economic, and cultural development of American women from colonial times to present; topics include nineteenth century women's rights movement, woman suffrage, women in civil rights movement, birth control, the modern feminist movement, and southern women.
HIST 4081 [Not Offered] The Caribbean: 1492-1830 (3 credits)
Nature of and changes in economic and political institutions after European colonization, international conflicts, and abolition of slavery, primarily in the Greater and Lesser Antilles.
HIST 4083 [Not Offered] Mexico: The National Period (3 credits)
Political, economic, and social development since Independence.
HIST 4084 [Not Offered] West Africa to 1800 (3 credits)
The geography, ethnicity, and social, economic, and political development of West Africa from the prehistoric period to 1800.
HIST 4085 [Not Offered] West Africa from 1800 (3 credits)
The rise of Islamic orthodoxy, the role of imperialism, the rise of African nationalism, and other themes in the history of West Africa since 1800.
HIST 4087 [Not Offered] Mexico: The Colonial Period (3 credits)
Emphasis on events that gave rise to the socioeconomic and political problems of modern Mexico.
HIST 4088 [Not Offered] ATLANTIC HISTORY (3.0 credits)
HIST 4089 [Not Offered] Brazil: The National Period (3 credits)
Political, economic, social, and diplomatic developments from the early 19th century to the present.
HIST 4091 [Not Offered] China to 1600 (3 credits)
History and civilization, including a survey of religion and philosophy, language and literature, art and archaeology, and popular culture.
HIST 4092 [Not Offered] China since 1600 (3 credits)
Western impact on civilization and the processes of revolution and modernization during the past century.
HIST 4093 [Not Offered] Pre-Modern Japan (3 credits)
Political and cultural history and civilization from the beginnings to the close of the Japanese middle ages.
HIST 4094 Modern Japan (3 credits)
From 1600 to the present; emphasis on historical and cultural roots of Japan's modernization in the late 19th century and quest for empire in the 20th century; cultural and intellectual developments in modern Japan.
HIST 4095 [Not Offered] The Middle East to 1800 (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4095 and INTL 4095. History and culture of the Arab people in the Middle East and the Maghrib from the pre-Islamic period to the end of the 18th century.
HIST 4096 [Not Offered] The Modern Middle East (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4096 and INTL 4096. Major problems of the Middle East and North Africa in the modern period; internal Arab social, economic, and intellectual developments; Muslim responses to European colonialism; modern Arab nationalism and political trends; Islamic reformist and revivalist movements; problem of Palestine.
HIST 4097 [Not Offered] History of South Asia (3 credits)
Social, political, economic, and cultural evolution of South Asia from the Bronze Age to the creation of India and Pakistan in 1947.
HIST 4098 [Not Offered] Muslims of South Asia (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4098. Origins and evolution of Islamic political, social, and cultural institutions in South Asia, focusing on crosscultural interactions from the birth of Indo-Muslim communities in the 8th century to the rise of Muslim Nationalism in the 20th century.
HIST 4100 [Not Offered] Approaches to History (3 credits)
Open to students having 6 hrs. credit in history and to others with consent of instructor. Can be taken for Honors credit. Changing conceptions and methods of writing history from classical Greece to the present.
HIST 4105 [Not Offered] Studies in Classical History (3 credits)
Selected periods and problems in Greek and Roman history; methods and materials of ancient scholarship.
HIST 4109 [Not Offered] HONORS: Proseminar (3 credits)
Open to qualified honors students having 12 hrs. credit in history and consent of instructor. Candidates for the honors degree in history will select an honors thesis before the end of the semester. Supervised reading in an assigned field of historical study; discussion of historical methods and research.
HIST 4110 [Not Offered] HONORS: Senior Thesis Research Seminar (3 credits)
Prereq.: HIST 4109. Open to honors students with consent of seminar director. Thesis writing under supervision of seminar director; oral examination upon completion of thesis; student will be examined by a committee of three or four faculty members on thesis content and on student's general field of historical interest.
HIST 4112 [Not Offered] Modern European Intellectual History: the Enlightenment to 1850 (3 credits)
Modern thought in cultural, social, political contexts from Voltaire to Marx.
HIST 4113 [Not Offered] Modern European Intellectual History Since 1850 (3 credits)
European thought affecting society in the industrial age; realism, psychoanalysis, existentialism, the information explosion.
HIST 4120 [Not Offered] Russian Ideologies: 1840-1940 (3 credits)
Social and political ideologies in the context of autocracy, serfdom, industrialization, and revolution; evolution of Soviet Marxism.
HIST 4125 [Not Offered] History of Ancient Israel (3 credits)
See REL 4125.
HIST 4126 [Not Offered] The Russian Economy in the 20th Century (3 credits)
See ECON 4025.
HIST 4130 [Not Offered] World War II (3 credits)
Also offered as MILS 4130. Global crisis of the 1930s; Axis and Allied strategies; major military campaigns; great power diplomacy; life on the homefronts; the Holocaust; espionage and resistance; the experience of combat; social, political, and scientific consequences.
HIST 4140 [Not Offered] The Vietnam War (3 credits)
French colonial rule and Vietnamese nationalism; Ho Chi Minh and the war against the French (1946-54); the National Liberation Front (Vietcong); process of American involvement and disengagement; counter-insurgency and the air war; anti-war movement in the United States; reasons for failure of American policy; Vietnam since 1975; lessons and legacies for the U.S.
HIST 4151 [Not Offered] Histor ical Archaeology (3 credits)
See ANTH 4018.
HIST 4161 [Not Offered] Religion in the United States (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4161. From the colonial period to the present; relation between changing religious beliefs and behavior of Americans and political, social, economic, and intellectual developments; Puritanism, revivalism, response to Darwinian evolution, social gospel, and civil religion.
HIST 4191 Religions of China and Japan (3 credits)
Also offered as REL 4191. Major religious traditions of East Asia; Confucianism, Taoism, Mahayana Buddhism, Shinto, and Chinese and Japanese folk religion; religion in the context of Chinese and Japanese cultural history.
HIST 4195 Special Studies in World History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of department. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
HIST 4196 Special Studies in European History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of department. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
HIST 4197 Special Studies in United States History (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of department. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
HIST 4200 [Not Offered] African American in Louisiana (3 credits)
Life, history, and culture of African Americans in Louisiana, from the colonial times to the present.
HIST 4201 [Not Offered] Civil Rights Movement (3 credits)
The history of the black freedom struggle from 1945-1972.
HIST 4202 [Not Offered] Black Nationalism (3 credits)
The evolution of black nationalist thought from the colonial period to the present.
HIST 4403 History and the Social Sciences III (1 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3002 and HIST 3002; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4003. The role of social sciences in the study of history; course will assist students in the teaching of social studies to full classes of middle and high schools.
HIST 4404 Seminar in History and the Social Sciences (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 4003 and HIST 4403; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and 4005. How history and the social sciences view issues of importance in the contemporary world; course will assist students who are enrolled in student teaching.
HIST 4505 [Not Offered] RISE OF CHRISTIANITY (3.0 credits)
HIST 4507 [Not Offered] CHRISTIAN MONASTICSM (3.0 credits)
HIST 4901 Independent Study (3 credits)
Prereq.: open to advanced students of high academic standing by consent of department. Reading and research on selected topics.
HIST 4902 Independent Study (3 credits)
Prereq.: open to advanced students of high academic standing by consent of department. Reading and research on selected topics.

7000

HIST 7902 Independent Study in History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit.
HIST 7904 American Historiography and Criticism (3 credits)
American historical writing from the colonial period to the present.
HIST 7908 Introduction to Historical Research (3 credits)
General methods of and approaches to historical research and writing in European and American history, including theories, current approaches, problems, and debates.
HIST 7909 [Not Offered] Research Seminar in European History (3 credits)
Sources, bibliography; reports on original research.
HIST 7915 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in European History (3 credits)
V
HIST 7916 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in Renaissance and Reformation (3 credits)
V
HIST 7917 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in Early Modern Europe (3 credits)
V
HIST 7918 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in 18th Century Europe (3 credits)
V
HIST 7919 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in 19th Century Europe (3 credits)
V
HIST 7920 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in 20th Century Europe (3 credits)
V
HIST 7921 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in Special Topics in European History (3 credits)
V May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit when topics vary.
HIST 7922 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in European History to 1650 (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 7923 Reading Seminar in European History from 1500 (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 7930 Reading Seminar in British History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 7951 Reading Seminar in American History, 1607 to 1815 (3 credits)
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HIST 7952 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in American History, 1815-1890 (3 credits)
Prereq.: HIST 7951.
HIST 7955 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar in American History from 1865 to the Present (3 credits)
7955 and 7956 may be taken together.
HIST 7956 Reading Seminar in American History from 1865 to the Present (3 credits)
7955 and 7956 may be taken together.
HIST 7957 [Not Offered] Research Seminar in American History (3 credits)
Introduction to research methods, sources, and bibliography; reports on original research.
HIST 7958 Research Seminar : Special Topics in American History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Reports on original research.
HIST 7959 [Not Offered] Reading Seminar : Special Topics in American History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 7970 Reading Seminar in Comparative History (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary.
HIST 7975 [Not Offered] CUBA HIST MYTHS MEMO (3.0 credits)
HIST 7981 [Not Offered] Seminar in Latin American History (3 credits)
Sources and bibliography; reports on original research.
HIST 7982 [Not Offered] Seminar in Latin American History (3 credits)
Sources and bibliography; reports on original research.
HIST 7983 [Not Offered] Seminar in Latin American History (3 credits)
Sources and bibliography; reports on original research.
HIST 7984 [Not Offered] Seminar in Latin American History (3 credits)
Sources and bibliography; reports on original research.

8000

HIST 8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem. credits)
"S"/"U" grading.

9000

HIST 9000 Dissertation Research (1-12 per sem. credits)
"S"/"U" grading.