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Course Number
Course Title Instructor
   General/Comparative History (506)
 
 506:118  21st Century: Global Issues  Bell
 506:225  Black Atlantic World  Rucker
 506:271  Jewish Society and Culture I  Rendsburg
 506:301  Public History  O'Brassill-Kulfan
 506:328  Atlantic Cultures  Rucker
 506:362  Capitalism  Livingston
 506:363  Imperialism  Markowitz
 506:391:01  Cultural Heritage Preservation  Woodhouse-Beyer
 506:391:02  Cultural Heritage and Disasters  Woodhouse-Beyer
 506:391:03  Architectural Conservation  Hewitt
 506:391:04  Global Heritage and the Role of Museums  Spratt
 506:451  Public History Internship  O'Brassill-Kulfan
 506:495  Honors Seminar  Cooper
   History Workshops  
 506:299:01  Empire City  DiBattista
 506:299:02  The Holocaust: Perpetrators, Victims, and Historical Practice  Hanebrink
 506:299:03  Native Americans and the Historians  Townsend
 506:299:04  Researching the Black Panther Party  Murch
  Seminars: Only for History Majors  
 506:401:01  The Black Panther Party at 50  Murch
 506:401:02  Oral History and the American Experience in WWII  Chambers
 506:401:03  How Personal Can History Be?  Galili
 506:401:04  Gender and Culture in Modern Japan  Roden
 506:401:06  History of Rutgers University  Clemens/McCormick
 506:401:08  The Body and Society  DeVun
   African, Asian and Latin American History (508)
 
 508:201  Islamic Civilization  Russell-Jones
 508:205  History of the Modern Middle East  T. Jones
 508:240  Classical Asia  Lee
 508:262  Modern Latin America  Triner
 508:272  History of the Caribbean since 1898  Lauria-Santiago
 508:300  Arab-Israeli Conflict  Gruenberg
 508:307  Women and Society in the Islamic Middle East  Russell-Jones
 508:321  African Cultural History  Holsey
 508:340  Late Imperial China  Liu
 508:341  Chinese Renaissance  Lee
 508:450  Society and Culture in Japan  Roden
   European History (510)
 
 510:101:07-09  Development of Europe I  Kelly
 510:102  Development of Europe II  J. Jones
 510:201  Ancient Greece  Figueira
 510:209  Emergence of the Middle Ages  DiBattista
 510:211  Harvest of the Middle Ages  DeVun
 210:261  History of the Holocaust  Hanebrink
 510:271  Russia and the West  Galili
 510:306  Roman Empire  Takacs
 510:337  Medieval Kings and Queens  Kelly
 510:375  20th Century Russia and the Soviet Union  Hellbeck
 510:383  Communism and Post-Communism in Eastern Europe  Feinberg
 510:401  Idea of Europe  Petursson
   U.S. History (512)
 
 512:103:01  Development of US I  Lee, Katharine
 512:103:02-04  Development of US I (with recitation sections)  Silver
 512:104  Development of US II  Livingston
 512:242  World War II  Grippaldi
 512:285  History of Rutgers University (ONLINE)  Bell/Clemens
 512:305  US History 1914-1945  Markowitz
 512:347  War, Peace and the Military  Chambers
 512:360  Latino History  Lauria-Santiago
 512:381  Women in American History II  Mittelstadt

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