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Spring 2016 Graduate Course Descriptions

 

510:502:01  Historian's Craft: II (Intro Course)
Professor Walter Rucker

Introduction to the professional study of history, to the diverse methodological approaches of current historiography, and to the place of historical scholarship in both academic and non-academic spheres.  First year graduate students only.

510:509:01 Teaching of History
Professor Jennifer Mittelstadt

Prospective students who wish to discuss any aspects of the course should contact Professor Jennifer Mittlestadt at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

510:535:01 Colloquium in Science, Technology, Environment and Health: Science/Race/Museums
Professor James Delbourgo

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510:539:01 Colloquium in Women's and Gender History: Gender and Colonialism
Professor Camilla Townsend  

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510:541:01 Colloquium in World History 
Professor Toby Jones

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510:550:01 Seminar in the History of Women
Professor Melissa Feinberg

Continuation of year long course; no new participants.

510:557:01  Readings in American History I
Professor Jackson Lears

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510:561:01 Colloquium in American History: Philanthropy/NGOs 
Professor Allison Bernstein

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510:563:01 Colloquium in African American History: History of Black Women 
Professor Deborah White

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510:563:02  Colloquium in African American History : Race and Criminalization
Professor Donna Murch

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510:573:01  US and African American Seminar
Professor Mia Bay

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510:599:01  Readings in Modern European History
Professor Paul Hanebrink

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510:615:01  Seminar in European History
Professor Seth Koven

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