You are here

Courses

Undergraduate students looking for a history course have a wealth of options that can satisfy multiple catalog requirements, including diversity credits and writing-enhanced curriculums. Whether you appreciate the anonymity of a large lecture hall or the intimacy of a smaller, discussion-based seminar, the department offers classes in multiple formats to meet your learning style.

From classical to modern, Asia to the Americas, and everything in between, the History Department surely offers a class that will satisfy your historical curiosity. Your courses will provide you with valuable critical thinking skills and access to the cutting-edge historical scholarship of our faculty who are renowned for their dedication to teaching.

Spring 2021

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
HIST 1011WCivilization and the Environment: World History to 1500Sections [7]
HIST 1015WGlobalization: Issues and ChallengesSections [3]
HIST 1032WEurope and the World: Expansion, Encounter, and Exchange from 1500 to ...Sections [3]
HIST 1081WMartyrs, Monks, Crusaders: World Christianity, 100-1400Sections [5]
HIST 1082Jesus in HistorySections [2]
HIST 1302WGlobal America: U.S. History Since 1865Sections [6]
HIST 1362Global History of World War IISections [4]
HIST 1365Global Tourism and the Environment from the late 18th Century to the P...Sections [1]
HIST 3020Hands-On HistorySections [3]
HIST 3053Ancient Civilization: RomeSections [1]
HIST 3066Prehistoric Pathways to World CivilizationSections [1]
HIST 3081WMartyrs, Monks, Crusaders: World Christianity, 100-1400Sections [5]
HIST 3092Jesus in HistorySections [2]
HIST 3101Introduction to Medieval HistorySections [1]
HIST 326520th-Century Russia: The Collapse of Imperial Russia, the Revolutions,...Sections [1]
HIST 3282European Intellectual History: The Modern Period, 1750-PresentSections [1]
HIST 3283Marx, Capital, and History: An Introduction to Marxist Theory and Hist...Sections [1]
HIST 3362Global History of World War IISections [3]
HIST 3402WModern Latin America 1825 to PresentSections [1]
HIST 3433Images of AfricaSections [1]
HIST 3456Social and Intellectual Movements in the African DiasporaSections [1]
HIST 3462From Subjects to Citizens: The History of East Asia From 1500 to the P...Sections [1]
HIST 3469History of Women and Family in China, 1600-2000Sections [1]
HIST 3476War and Peace in Japan Through Popular CultureSections [1]
HIST 3486Hmong Refugees from the Secret War: Becoming AmericansSections [1]
HIST 3487The Vietnam Wars: French Colonialism and U.S. Intervention in Indochin...Sections [1]
HIST 3502WAncient Israel: From Conquest to ExileSections [1]
HIST 3507History of Modern EgyptSections [1]
HIST 3611Medieval Cities of Europe: 500-1500Sections [1]
HIST 3704WDaily Life in Europe: 1300-1800Sections [1]
HIST 3711Cognitive HistorySections [1]
HIST 3721Studies in 20th-Century Europe From the Turn of the Century to the End...Sections [1]
HIST 3722Studies in 20th-Century Europe From the End of World War II to the End...Sections [1]
HIST 3767Eastern Orthodoxy: History and CultureSections [1]
HIST 3821United States in the 20th Century to 1945Sections [1]
HIST 3835Law in American Life: 1865 to PresentSections [1]
HIST 3865African American History, 1865 to PresentSections [1]
HIST 3868WRace, War, and Race Wars in American HistorySections [1]
HIST 3871American Indian History: Pre-Contact to 1830Sections [1]
HIST 3896Internship for Academic CreditSections [1]
HIST 3993Directed StudySections [1]
HIST 4010VHonors: Research SeminarSections [2]
HIST 4010WResearch SeminarSections [2]
HIST 4961VHonors: Major PaperSections [1]
HIST 4961WMajor PaperSections [1]
HIST 4970History Day MentorshipSections [1]

Fall 2021

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
HIST 1011WCivilization and the Environment: World History to 1500Sections [7]
HIST 1031WEurope and the World: Expansion, Encounter, and Exchange to 1500Sections [3]
HIST 1301WAuthority and Rebellion: American History to 1865Sections [9]
HIST 1534Introduction to Jewish History and CulturesSections [1]
HIST 1809The Presidency: Power, Politics, and Policy in the United StatesSections [1]
HIST 1811The Sixties: History & MemorySections [1]
HIST 3001Public HistorySections [1]
HIST 3051Ancient Civilization: Near East and EgyptSections [2]
HIST 3067WArchaeology of Prehistoric EuropeSections [1]
HIST 3151WBritish History to the 17th CenturySections [1]
HIST 3244History of Eastern EuropeSections [1]
HIST 3264Imperial Russia: Formation and Expansion of the Russian Empire in the ...Sections [1]
HIST 3271The Viking World: Story, History, and ArchaeologySections [1]
HIST 3284WHistory through MemoirSections [1]
HIST 3349U.S. Women's Legal HistorySections [1]
HIST 3401WEarly Latin America to 1825Sections [1]
HIST 3412Soccer: Around the World with the Beautiful GameSections [1]
HIST 3416Imperialism and its Critics: Ethical Issues, Literary RepresentationsSections [1]
HIST 3417WFood in HistorySections [1]
HIST 3418Drink in HistorySections [1]
HIST 3426Piracy in the Mediterranean: The World of Merchants and PiratesSections [1]
HIST 3432Modern Africa in a Changing WorldSections [1]
HIST 3461Introduction to East Asia I: The Imperial AgeSections [1]
HIST 3468Social Change in Modern ChinaSections [1]
HIST 3492Hinduism: Traditions, Texts, PoliticsSections [1]
HIST 3534Introduction to Jewish History and CulturesSections [1]
HIST 3637Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to the PresentSections [1]
HIST 3708The Age of Curiosity: Art, Science & Technology in Europe, 1400-1800Sections [2]
HIST 3731Modern France and Its Empire: Identity, Citizenship and the State 1780...Sections [1]
HIST 3886The Age of Atlantic Revolutions, 1765-1830Sections [1]
HIST 3993Directed StudySections [1]
HIST 3994Directed ResearchSections [1]
HIST 4961VHonors: Major PaperSections [1]
HIST 4961WMajor PaperSections [1]
HIST 4970History Day MentorshipSections [1]