Early Modern History Courses

Spring 2022 Graduate Courses

All courses listed here count toward the graduate minor in Early Modern Studies. Please contact the home department and/or instructor for full details on each course. For a larger list of premodern courses, see our flyer, and ask the minor DGS if you would like to apply a course not listed below to the minor.

  • ARTH 5335:  Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the Papal Capital  (Steven Ostrow)
  • EMS 8250 / ARTH 8320: The Early Modern Archive  (Katharine Gerbner and Sinem Casale)
  • EMS 5500 / ENGL 5121: Readings in Early Modern Literature and Culture: Colonial America in the Atlantic World  (Rachel Trocchio)
  • HIST 5462:  From Subjects to Citizens: The History of East Asia from 1500 to the Present  (Ann Waltner)
  • HSCI 5611:  Enlightenment, Revolution, and the Rise of Modern Science  (Victor D. Boantza)
  • HSCI 8125:  Foundations for Research in the Scientific Revolution  (Victor D. Boantza)


Course offerings change each semester. Check out listings from previous semesters below: