May 22, 2019  
College Catalog 2013-2014 
    
College Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

History

   •  HIST 135 - American Violence to 1800: Age of Contact to the American Revolution
   •  HIST 136 - American Violence 1800 to 1865: The Early Republic to the Civil War
   •  HIST 140 - Introduction to East Asian Civilization
   •  HIST 154 - African Life Histories
   •  HIST 181 - Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST 190 - Topics in US History
   •  HIST 192 - Topics Course
   •  HIST 194 - Topics Course
   •  HIST 201 - History of U.S. Feminisms
   •  HIST 213 - Women in African History
   •  HIST 220 - Ethics of Service
   •  HIST 222 - Imagining the American West
   •  HIST 224 - African American History: Slavery, Emancipation, and Reconstruction
   •  HIST 225 - Native American History
   •  HIST 227 - Colonial Encounters: Religion, Race, and Sex in Early America
   •  HIST 228 - Gender and Sexuality in Colonial America and the Early Republic
   •  HIST 230 - Women and Work in US History
   •  HIST 232 - Immigration and Ethnicity in US History
   •  HIST 233 - Introduction to the History of the US Working Class
   •  HIST 234 - American Environmental History
   •  HIST 235 - Comparative Freedom Movements: The US and South Africa
   •  HIST 236 - Consumer Nation: American Consumer Culture in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 237 - Environmental Justice
   •  HIST 239 - Farm and Forest: AFrican Environmental History
   •  HIST 244 - US Since 1945
   •  HIST 248 - Jim Crow
   •  HIST 249 - African Americans and the Transformation of the City: 1890-1945
   •  HIST 256 - Transatlantic Slave Trade
   •  HIST 257 - Empires
   •  HIST 258 - Europe Since 1945
   •  HIST 260 - Rise/Fall of Tsarist Russia
   •  HIST 261 - Making History: Russian Cinema as Testimony, Propaganda, and Art
   •  HIST 262 - Soviet Union and Successors
   •  HIST 263 - Global Encounters in History: China and Africa
   •  HIST 274 - The Great Tradition in China before 1840
   •  HIST 275 - The Rise of Modern China
   •  HIST 276 - The Great Tradition in Japan before 1853
   •  HIST 277 - The Rise of Modern Japan
   •  HIST 281 - The Andes: Race, Region, Nation
   •  HIST 282 - Latin America: Art and Nation
   •  HIST 283 - Amazon: A Cultural History
   •  HIST 294 - Topics Course
   •  HIST 330 - Advanced Studies: Historians and Critical Race Theory
   •  HIST 331 - Racial Formation, Culture and US History
   •  HIST 340 - US Urban Environmental History
   •  HIST 343 - Imperial Nature: The United States and the Global Environment
   •  HIST 345 - Car Country: The Automobile and the American Environment
   •  HIST 350 - Race, Gender, and Science
   •  HIST 352 - Modern Britain
   •  HIST 364 - Germany from 1871 to Present
   •  HIST 366 - Europe in the Age of Upheaval and Revolution
   •  HIST 376 - Public History
   •  HIST 378 - War Crimes and Memory in East Asia
   •  HIST 379 - The Study of History
   •  HIST 381 - Transnational Latin Americas
   •  HIST 382 - Remembering the Modern City
   •  HIST 394 - Topics Course
   •  HIST 490 - Special Advanced Topics
   •  HIST 494 - Topics Course
   •  HIST 601 - Tutorial
   •  HIST 602 - Tutorial
   •  HIST 603 - Tutorial
   •  HIST 604 - Tutorial
   •  HIST 611 - Independent Project
   •  HIST 612 - Independent Project
   •  HIST 613 - Independent Project
   •  HIST 614 - Independent Project
   •  HIST 621 - Internship
   •  HIST 622 - Internship
   •  HIST 623 - Internship
   •  HIST 624 - Internship
   •  HIST 631 - Preceptorship
   •  HIST 632 - Preceptorship
   •  HIST 633 - Preceptorship
   •  HIST 634 - Preceptorship

Interdisciplinary Courses

   •  INTD 191 - Supplementary Writing Workshop
   •  INTD 401 - Urban Studies Colloquium
   •  INTD 411 - Sr Seminar in Community and Global Health

International Studies

   •  INTL 110 - Introduction to International Studies: Globalization - Homogeneity and Heterogeneity
   •  INTL 111 - Introduction to International Studies: Literature and Global Studies
   •  INTL 112 - Introduction to International Studies: Globalization, Media, and Cultural Identities
   •  INTL 113 - Introduction to International Studies: Identities, Interests, and Community
   •  INTL 114 - Introduction to International Studies: International Codes of Conduct
   •  INTL 115 - Introduction to International Studies: World Travel
   •  INTL 190 - Mediterranean, Baltic, Black: Seas, Identities and History
   •  INTL 194 - Topics Course
   •  INTL 202 - Global Media Industries
   •  INTL 225 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  INTL 245 - Introduction to International Human Rights
   •  INTL 253 - Comparative Muslim Cultures
   •  INTL 265 - Translation as Cross-Cultural Communication
   •  INTL 266 - Performance/Documents/Rights
   •  INTL 269 - Economics of International Migration
   •  INTL 272 - Post-Nationalism: The Post-Soviet Sphere
   •  INTL 275 - Work, Ethics, and Vocation in the Era of Globalization
   •  INTL 280 - Indigenous Peoples’ Movements in Global Context
   •  INTL 282 - Introduction to International Public Health
   •  INTL 285 - Ethnicity and Nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe
   •  INTL 286 - Media and Cultural Studies of Latin America
   •  INTL 288 - Race and Ethnicity in Japan
 

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