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Memory, Survey, and Historical Method

To view all courses, with links to descriptions in the catalogue, view the Courses page.

Area of interest includes:

  1. Historical Method, Memory and Public Memory
  2. Survey Course - No one or two dominant themes

100-level Courses

  • 101 Martin Luther King Jr.
  • 116 The Dark Ages c. 400–900
  • 123 Europe at the Crossroads, 1500-1789
  • 124 Europe 1945
  • 126 Terrorism in Russia and Eurasia
  • 160 American Moments: Rediscovering US History
  • 174 The Emergence of the Modern Middle East

200-level Courses

  • 215 The High Middle Ages c.950-1300
  • 225 Renaissance Italy
  • 226 Northern Europe in the Renaissance, 1300-1550
  • 230 From Tyranny to Terror: The Old Regime and the French Revolution
  • 237 Germany, 1918 – 1990
  • 252 Imagining India: Colonial Experience and the Pathways to Independence
  • 272 Modern African History
  • 275 US History's Greatest Mystery: Revolutionary America 1750-1830

300-level Courses

  • 300 Thesis Seminar
  • 304 Approaching the Taj Mahal
  • 305 People and Animal Histories in Modern India
  • 337 The Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany
  • 342 Stalinism
  • 365 Race and the History of Jim Crow Segregation
  • 369 Themes in 20th Century Urban History: Social Reform and the Evolution of the Welfare State
  • 375 Years of Disunion: The US Civil War
  • 382 Marie-Antoinette
  • 385 Colonialism, Resistance, and Knowledge in Modern Middle Eastern History
  • 386 Central Asia and the Caucasus: Nation Building and Human Rights
  • 389 Constructing China from Beyond