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Spring 2017 Courses

 Spring 2017 Courses

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Course Number Course Title Instructor
   506 Courses  
 506:102   World History II  Mathew
 506:102 World War II in World History  Hellbeck
 506:113  Patterns in Civilization: Death  Bell/Roden
 506:215  The Modern Girl  Feinberg
 506:251  Science and Society  Delbourgo
 506:271  Jewish Society and Culture I  Rendsburg
 506:272  Jewish Society and Culture II  Kohn
 506:301   Public History  O'Brassill-Kulfan
 506:302  Introduction to Oral History  Illingworth/Graham
 506:361  Socialism and Communism  Markowitz
 506:391:01  CHAPS: Culture, Preservation and Politics in the Middle East  Kahlaoui
 506:391:02  CHAPS: Cemetaries, Monuments and Memorials  Woodhouse-Beyer
 506:391:03  CHAPS: Methods in Cultural Heritage  Rico
 506:451   Public History Internship  O'Brassill-Kulfan
 506:495 History Honors Program Seminar  Cooper
 506:496 History Honors Program Seminar  Cooper
   Workshops  
 506:299:01  Riots, Revolts and Rebellions  J. Jones
 506:299:02  Practices and Ideals of Toleration  Koven
 506:299:04  The Holocaust: History, Memory and Historical Practice  Hanebrink
 506:299:05  The Atlantic Slave Trade in History and Memory  Holsey
   Seminars  
 506:402:03  Disease, Water Pollution and Social Movements  Kaplan
 506:402:04    From Inuits to Incas: A Seminar in Native American History  Townsend
 506:402:05  Piracy and Privateering in the British Atlantic World  Silver
 506:402:06  Immigrants in the Americas  Lopez
 506:402:07  Gender and the U.S. Military  Mittelstadt
 506:402:08  Work and its Discontents  Livingston
   508 Courses  
 508:201 Islamic Civilization  Kahlaoui
 508:209  Jerusalem Contested  Ratzman
 508:221  West Africa  Holsey
 508:222  Modern Africa  Daly
 508:242 Modern East Asia  Lee
 508:246  History of Chinese Civilization  Liu
 508:247  Modern China  Liu
 508:271  History of the Caribbean to 1898  Young, K.
 508:327  Africa and WWII  Brown
 508:337   Pirates, Pilgrims and Poets: Globalization in Indian Ocean History  Mathew
 508:348 Chinese Intellectual History  Lee
 508:352  Japan's Rise to World Power  Roden
 508:362  History of Mexico  Lauria Santiago
 508:383 History of Native American Women  Townsend
 508:392:02  Special Topics: Mexican American Studies  Fernandez, L.
 508:392:03  Special Topics: Political Change in China  Huang, X.
 508:392:04  Special Topics: Politics of South Asia  Imtiyaz
   510 Courses  
 510:101   Development of Europe I (sections 01, 02, & 03)  DeVun
 510:102  Development of Europe II  Davis
 510:211:01  Harvest of the Middle Ages  DiBattista
 510:211:03  Harvest of the Middle Ages  DiBattista
 510:245  The Arts of Power: Ritual, Myth, and Propaganda  Bellany
 510:302  Classical Greece  Figueira
 510:317  The Renaissance  Kelly
 510:349  Modern Britain  Lane, Y.
 510:351  Medieval Italy, 476-1300  DiBattista
 510:381  Nationalism in Eastern Europe  Hanebrink
 510:392  Special Topics: Gothic Art  Weigert
  512 Courses  
 512:103  Development of U.S. I (sections 01-03)  Bay
 512:104 Development of U.S. II (sections 01-03)  Clemens
 512:104:04  Development of U.S. II  Livingston
 512:111 Race, Space and Place  Fernandez, L.
 512:225  Sexuality in America  Devlin
 512:240 World War I  Grippaldi
 512:300  Colonial North America  Silver
 512:301  American Revolution  Clemens
 512:348   War, Peace and the Military since 1877  Grippaldi
 512:364  History of Blacks in Urban America: Rebellion from Los Angeles to Ferguson  Murch
 512:374  Cultural History of the U.S.: Protest and Performance  DeLeon
 512:377   The 1960s  Markowitz
 512:379  African American History, 1877 to Present  Stanley

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