History

Charlie R. Steen, Chairperson
Mesa Vista Hall Room 1104
MSC06 3760
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131-0001
(505) 277-2451

Distinguished Professor
Paul Andrew Hutton, Ph.D., Indiana University
Linda Hall, Ph.D., Columbia University

Professors
Margaret Connell-Szasz, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Timothy C. Graham, Ph.D., Cambridge University
Jonathan Porter, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
Patricia Risso, Ph.D., McGill University
Virginia Scharff, Ph.D., University of Arizona
M. Jane Slaughter, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Ferenc M. Szasz, Ph.D., University of Rochester
Melvin Yazawa, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University

Associate Professors
Larry Durwood Ball, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Judy Bieber, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University
Melissa Bokovoy, Ph.D., Indiana University
Manuel Garcia y Griego, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
Kimberly Gauderman, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
Elizabeth Hutchison, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
Barbara Reyes, Ph.D., University of California (San Diego)
Enrique A. Sanabria, Ph.D., University of California (San Diego)
Andrew Sandoval-Strausz, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Charlie R. Steen, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
Samuel Truett, Ph.D., Yale University

Assistant Professors
Cathleen Cahill, Ph.D., University of Chicago
Sarah Cornell, Ph.D., New York University
Eliza Ferguson, Ph.D., Duke University
Erika Monahan, Ph.D., Stanford University
Jason Scott Smith, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)

Professors Emeriti
Donald C. Cutter, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
Robert Himmerich y Valencia, Ph.D., University of California (Los Angeles)
Frank W. Ikle, Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)
John Kessell, Ph.D., University of New Mexico
Charles McClelland, Ph.D., Yale University
Noel H. Pugach, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison
Richard Robbins, Ph.D., Columbia University
Janet Roebuck, Ph.D., University of London
Enrique Semo, Humbolt University
Donald Skabelund, Ph.D., University of Utah
Jake W. Spidle, Ph.D., Stanford University
Donald D. Sullivan, Ph.D., University of Colorado
Richard W. Etulain, Ph.D., University of Oregon


Undergraduate courses in History (HIST) are categorized in content areas. The category for each course appears in parenthesis at the end of the course description according to the following legend:

Survey (S); Foundations of European Civilization (EC); Early Modern Europe (EME); Modern Europe (ME); United States History (US); American West (AW); Latin American History (LA); Asian History (A); Women and Gender (WG); Race and Ethnicity (RE); Religion, Science and Ideas (RSI); and Special Courses, Undergraduate Colloquia and Seminars (SC).


Associated Programs

Undergraduate Program


Graduate Program



Courses

HIST 101 . Western Civilization to 1648. (3)



HIST 102 . Western Civilization Post 1648. (3)



HIST 161. History of the United States to 1877. (3)



HIST 162. History of the United States Since 1877. (3)



HIST 181. History of Early Latin America. (3)



HIST 182. Modern Latin American History. (3)



HIST 201. The Medieval World. (3)



HIST 220. Studies in History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



HIST 251. Traditional Eastern Civilizations. (3)



HIST 252. Modern Eastern Civilizations. (3)



HIST 260. History of New Mexico. (3)



HIST 284. African-American History. (3)



HIST 300 / 500. Studies in History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



HIST 303 / 503. Early Middle Ages, 300 to 1050. (3)



HIST 304 / 504. High and Late Middle Ages, 1050-1550. (3)



HIST 306 / 506. Reformation Era, 1500-1600. (3)



HIST 307 / 507. Europe in the Seventeenth Century. (3)



HIST 308 / 508. Europe in the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1788. (3)



HIST 309 / 509. The French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-1815. (3)



HIST 311 / 511. World War I, 1914-1918. (3)



HIST 313 / 513. World War II and Reconstruction in Europe. (3)



HIST 315 / 515. Men and Women in Imperial Russia . (3)



HIST 318 / 518. Spain and Portugal to 1700. (3)



HIST 319 / 519. Spain and Portugal since 1700. (3)



HIST 321 / 521. Women in the Modern World. (3)



HIST 323. History of the Jewish People to 1492. (3)



HIST 326 / 526. History of Christianity to 1517. (3)



HIST 327 / 527. History of Christianity, 1517 to Present. (3)



HIST 328 / 528. Early History of Science. (3)



HIST 329 / 529. History of Science Since the Enlightenment. (3)



HIST 330 / 530. The American Colonies, 1607-1763. (3)



HIST 331 / 531. The American Revolution, 1763-1789. (3)



HIST 332 / 532. Age of Washington and Jefferson. (3)



HIST 334 / 534. The Civil War Era. (3)



HIST 335. Russian Culture and History through Film. (3)



HIST 337 / 537. Twentieth Century America, 1960-Present. (3)



HIST 338 / 538. The United States in the World War II Era. (3)



HIST 341 / 541. U.S. Foreign Relations from 1900. (3)



HIST 342 / 542. Constitutional History of the United States to 1877. (3)



HIST 345 / 545. U.S. Women since 1865. (3)



HIST 346 / 546. Native America to 1850. (3)



HIST 347 / 547. Native America, 1850-1940. (3)



HIST 348. Native America Since 1940. (3)



HIST 349 / 549. Military History of the United States to 1900. (3)



HIST 350 / 550. Modern U.S. Military History, 1900 to Present. (3)



HIST 359. History of Popular Music in the United States, Part II, 1940-1990. (3)



HIST 360 / 560. History of the American Frontier. (3)



HIST 361 / 561. The Trans-Mississippi West. (3)



HIST 362 / 562. The American West in the Twentieth Century. (3)



HIST 363 / 563. Early History of Mexican-Americans. (3)



HIST 370 / 570. Inca Empire to Spanish Colony: Spanish South America to 1824. (3)



HIST 371 / 571. From Aztec to Spanish Domination: The History of Early Mexico. (3)



HIST 373 / 573. The Mexican Revolution. (3)



HIST 374 / 574. Southern South America. (3)



HIST 376 / 576. Brazil in the Colonial Period, 1500-1822. (3)



HIST 377 / 577. Modern Brazil, 1822-Present. (3)



HIST 381 / 581. Traditional China. (3)



HIST 382 / 582. Imperial China. (3)



HIST 383 / 583. Revolutionary China. (3)



HIST 384. History of Japan. (3)



HIST 387 / 587. The Modern Middle East from 1800. (3)



HIST 401 / 601. Anglo-Saxon England, 450-1066. (3)



HIST 402 / 602. Medieval Crusade and Jihad [The Crusades]. (3)



HIST 403 / 603. The Russian Empire: History at the Peripheries. (3)



HIST 406 / 606. The Medieval and Modern Apocalypse. (3)



HIST 410 / 610. History of Diet and Health. (3)



HIST 411 / 611. History of Britain, 1066-1660. (3)



HIST 413 / 613. History and Landscape of Food in the United States. (3)



HIST 414 / 614. Women and Health in American History. (3)



HIST 415 / 615. The History of Reproduction. (3)



HIST 418 / 618. Modern Ireland. (3)



HIST 419 / 619. The Irish Diaspora. (3)



HIST 421 / 621. Modern Britain, 1660-Present. (3)



HIST 422 / 622. Modern European Imperialism. (3)



HIST 423 / 623. Germany, 1871 to 1971. (3)



HIST 424 / 624. Everyday Life under Socialism. (3)



HIST 425 / 625. Europe and the Balkans. (3)



HIST 426. History of the Holocaust. (3)



HIST 428 / 628. Women, War and Revolution. (3)



HIST 429 / 629. History of Beauty, Body, and Power. (3)



HIST 430 / 630. The Old South. (3)



HIST 431 / 631. Political History of the United States. (3)



HIST 432 / 632. Explorations in Russian and Eurasian Environmental History. (3)



HIST 433 / 633. U.S. Environmental History. (3)



HIST 434 / 634. History of American Capitalism. (3)



HIST 435 / 635. U.S. Culture and Society 1860-. (3)



HIST 438 / 638. American Legal History Before 1877 [American Legal History]. (3)



HIST 441. History of Religion in America. (3)



HIST 444 / 612. Native American and Celtic History Since 1700. (3)



HIST 453. Asian Studies Senior Thesis. (3)



HIST 461 / 607. The Western Hero. (3)



HIST 462 / 608. Women in the U.S. West. (3)



HIST 463 / 643. Hispanic Frontiers in North America. (3)



HIST 464 / 644. U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. (3)



HIST 465 / 645. History of Mexican Immigration. (3)



HIST 466 / 646. Native American Southwest. (3)



HIST 468 / 648. Society and Development in Latin America, 1492-Present. (3)



HIST 469 / 649. Inter-American Relations. (3)



HIST 470 / 650. Labor and Working Class in Latin America. (3)



HIST 471 / 651. Women in Early Latin America. (3)



HIST 472 / 652. Women in Modern Latin America. (3)



HIST 473 / 653. Indigenous Peoples of Latin America. (3)



HIST 474 / 654. Slavery and Race Relations in the Americas. (3)



HIST 478 / 678. History of Latin America through Film. (3)



HIST 481 / 661. Intellectual History of Islam. (3)



HIST 482 / 662. Raj: India During British Rule. (3)



HIST 485/585. Islamic Middle East, circa 600-1260 CE. (3)



HIST 488/588. Islamic Middle East circa 1260 to 1800. (3)



HIST 490. Topics in History on Film. (1 or 3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)



HIST 491. Historiography. (3)



HIST 492. Senior Seminar. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 493. Reading and Research in Honors. (3)



HIST 494. Senior Thesis. (3)



HIST 496. Undergraduate Readings in History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



HIST *499. Internship. (3-9, no limit Δ)



HIST 500 / 300. Studies in History. (1-3, no limit Δ)



HIST 503 / 303. Early Middle Ages, 300 to 1050. (3)



HIST 504 / 304. High and Late Middle Ages, 1050-1550. (3)



HIST 506 / 306. Reformation Era, 1500-1600. (3)



HIST 507 / 307. Europe in the Seventeenth Century. (3)



HIST 508 / 308. Europe in the Eighteenth Century, 1700-1788. (3)



HIST 509 / 309. The French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-1815. (3)



HIST 511 / 311. World War I, 1914-1918. (3)



HIST 513 / 313. World War II and Reconstruction in Europe. (3)



HIST 515 / 315. Men and Women in Imperial Russia . (3)



HIST 518 / 318. Spain and Portugal to 1700. (3)



HIST 519 / 319. Spain and Portugal since 1700. (3)



HIST 521 / 321. Women in the Modern World. (3)



HIST 526 / 326. History of Christianity to 1517. (3)



HIST 527 / 327. History of Christianity, 1517 to Present. (3)



HIST 528 / 328. Early History of Science. (3)



HIST 529 / 329. History of Science Since the Enlightenment. (3)



HIST 530 / 330. The American Colonies, 1607-1763. (3)



HIST 531 / 331. The American Revolution, 1763-1789. (3)



HIST 532 / 332. Age of Washington and Jefferson. (3)



HIST 534 / 334. The Civil War Era. (3)



HIST 538 / 338. The United States in the World War II Era. (3)



HIST 542 / 342. Constitutional History of the United States to 1877. (3)



HIST 545 / 345. U.S. Women since 1865. (3)



HIST 546 / 346. Native America to 1850. (3)



HIST 549 / 349. Military History of the United States to 1900. (3)



HIST 550 / 350. Modern U.S. Military History, 1900 to Present. (3)



HIST 560 / 360. History of the American Frontier. (3)



HIST 561 / 361. The Trans-Mississippi West. (3)



HIST 562 / 362. The American West in the Twentieth Century. (3)



HIST 563 / 363. Early History of Mexican-Americans. (3)



HIST 570 / 370. Inca Empire to Spanish Colony: Spanish South America to 1824. (3)



HIST 571 / 371. From Aztec to Spanish Domination: The History of Early Mexico. (3)



HIST 573 / 373. The Mexican Revolution. (3)



HIST 574 / 374. Southern South America. (3)



HIST 576 / 376. Brazil in the Colonial Period, 1500-1822. (3)



HIST 577 / 377. Modern Brazil, 1822-Present. (3)



HIST 581 / 381. Traditional China. (3)



HIST 582 / 382. Imperial China. (3)



HIST 583 / 383. Revolutionary China. (3)



HIST 585/485. Islamic Middle East, circa 600-1260 CE. (3)



HIST 587 / 387. The Modern Middle East from 1800. (3)



HIST 588/488. Islamic Middle East circa 1260 to 1800. (3)



HIST 599. Master's Thesis. (1-6, no limit Δ)



HIST 601 / 401. Anglo-Saxon England, 450-1066. (3)



HIST 602 / 402. Medieval Crusade and Jihad [The Crusades]. (3)



HIST 603 / 403. The Russian Empire: History at the Peripheries. (3)



HIST 606 / 406. The Medieval and Modern Apocalypse. (3)



HIST 607 / 461. The Western Hero. (3)



HIST 608 / 462. Women in the U.S. West. (3)



HIST 610 / 410. History of Diet and Health. (3)



HIST 611 / 411. History of Britain, 1066-1660. (3)



HIST 612 / 444. Native American and Celtic History Since 1700. (3)



HIST 613 / 413. History and Landscape of Food in the United States. (3)



HIST 614 / 414. Women and Health in American History. (3)



HIST 615 / 415. The History of Reproduction. (3)



HIST 618 / 418. Modern Ireland. (3)



HIST 619 / 419. The Irish Diaspora. (3)



HIST 621 / 421. Modern Britain, 1660-Present. (3)



HIST 622 / 422. Modern European Imperialism. (3)



HIST 623 / 423. Germany, 1871 to 1971. (3)



HIST 624 / 424. Everyday Life under Socialism. (3)



HIST 625 / 425. Europe and the Balkans. (3)



HIST 628 / 428. Women, War and Revolution. (3)



HIST 629 / 429. History of Beauty, Body, and Power. (3)



HIST 632 / 432. Explorations in Russian and Eurasian Environmental History. (3)



HIST 633 / 433. U.S. Environmental History. (3)



HIST 634 / 434. History of American Capitalism . (3)



HIST 635 / 435. U.S. Culture and Society 1860-. (3)



HIST 638 / 438. American Legal History Before 1877 [American Legal History]. (3)



HIST 643 / 463. Hispanic Frontiers in North America. (3)



HIST 644 / 464. U.S.-Mexico Borderlands. (3)



HIST 645 / 465. History of Mexican Immigration. (3)



HIST 646 / 466. Native American Southwest. (3)



HIST 648 / 468. Society and Development in Latin America, 1492-Present. (3)



HIST 649 / 469. Inter-American Relations. (3)



HIST 650 / 470. Labor and Working Class in Latin America. (3)



HIST 651 / 471. Women in Early Latin America. (3)



HIST 652 / 472. Women in Modern Latin America. (3)



HIST 653 / 473. Indigenous Peoples of Latin America. (3)



HIST 654 / 474. Slavery and Race Relations in the Americas. (3)



HIST 661 / 481. Intellectual History of Islam. (3)



HIST 662 / 482. Raj: India During British Rule. (3)



HIST 663. Introduction to Digital Humanities. (3)



HIST 664. Advanced Historiography. (3)



HIST 665. Seminar in Historical Research Methods. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 666. Seminar and Studies in History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 667. Writing as a Historian. (3)



HIST 668. Seminar and Studies in Medieval History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 669. Seminar and Studies in Early Modern European History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 670. Seminar and Studies in European Cultural and Intellectual History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 671. Seminar and Studies in Modern European History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 672. Seminar and Studies in British History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 673. Seminar and Studies in Iberian History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 674. Seminar and Studies in Modern Russian History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 675. Seminar and Studies in Early American History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 676. Seminar and Studies in American Intellectual and Social History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 677. Seminar and Studies in Civil War Period. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 678. Seminar and Studies in Recent American History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 678 / 478. History of Latin America through Film. (3)



HIST 679. Seminar and Studies in United States Military History. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



HIST 680. Seminar and Studies in U.S. Social History and Theory. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 681. Seminar and Studies in United States Diplomatic History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 682. Seminar in American Western History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 683. Seminar in American Indian History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 684. Seminar and Studies in Chicana/o History. (3 to a maximum of 6 Δ)



HIST 685. Seminar in Borderlands History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 686. Seminar in Early Latin America. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 687. Seminar in Recent Latin American History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 688. Seminar and Studies in Brazilian History. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 689. Interdisciplinary Seminar on Problems of Modernization in Latin America. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 690. Seminar in Latin American Studies. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 692. Seminar in the History of Women and Gender. (3, no limit Δ)



HIST 696. Dissertation/Professionalization Workshop. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)



HIST 697-698. Problems. (1-9, 1-9, no limit Δ)



HIST 699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)



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