History (HIST)

101. Western Civilization to 1648. (3)


102. Western Civilization Post 1648. (3)


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


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


181. History of Early Latin America. (3)


182. Modern Latin American History. (3)


201. The Medieval World. (3)


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


251. Traditional Eastern Civilizations. (3)


252. Modern Eastern Civilizations. (3)


260. History of New Mexico. (3)


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


302 / 502. Ancient and Late Antique Rome. (3)


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


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


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


307. Europe in the Seventeenth Century. (3)


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


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


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


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


314 / 514. Old Russia, 9th-17th century. (3)


*316. History of Russia in the 20th Century. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


337. Twentieth Century America, since 1945. (3)


338. Slavery and Freedom in the U.S.. (3)


341. U.S. Foreign Relations from 1900. (3)


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


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


347. Native America, 1850-1940. (3)


348. Native America Since 1940. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


373 / 573. The Mexican Revolution. (3)


374 / 574. Southern South America. (3)


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


377. Modern Brazil, 1822-Present. (3)


382. Imperial China. (3)


384. History of Japan. (3)


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


395 / 595. Studies in European History. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


397 / 597. Studies in Latin American History. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


398 / 598. Studies in the History of Science, Medicine, and the Environment. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


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


402 / 602. Medieval Crusade and Jihad. (3)


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


404 / 604. Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean. (3)


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


409 / 609. United States of Germs. (3)


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


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


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


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


416 / 616. Health and Disease in the Southwest. (3)


417. History of Modern Medicine. (3)


418 / 618. Modern Ireland. (3)


419 / 619. The Irish Diaspora. (3)


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


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


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


426. History of the Holocaust. (3)


427 / 627. History of Britain, 1066-1660. (3)


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


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


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


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


434 [434 / 634]. History of American Capitalism. (3)


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


440 / 640. Atomic America. (3)


441. Religion in American History. (3)


442 / 642. Queer History. (3)


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


453. Asian Studies Thesis. (3)


461 / 607. The Western Hero. (3)


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


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


465. History of Mexican Immigration. (3)


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


469. Inter-American Relations. (3)


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


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


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


478. History of Latin America through Film. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


491. Historiography. (3)


492. Senior Seminar. (3, no limit Δ)


493. Reading and Research in Honors. (3)


494. Senior Thesis. (3)


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


*499. Internship. (3-9, no limit Δ)


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


502 / 302. Ancient and Late Antique Rome. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


514 / 314. Old Russia, 9th-17th century. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


573 / 373. The Mexican Revolution. (3)


574 / 374. Southern South America. (3)


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


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


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


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


595 / 395. Studies in European History. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


597 / 397. Studies in Latin American History. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


598 / 398. Studies in the History of Science, Medicine, and the Environment. (3 to a maximum of 15 Δ)


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


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


602 / 402. Medieval Crusade and Jihad. (3)


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


604 / 404. Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean. (3)


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


607 / 461. The Western Hero. (3)


609 / 409. United States of Germs. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


616 / 416. Health and Disease in the Southwest. (3)


618 / 418. Modern Ireland. (3)


619 / 419. The Irish Diaspora. (3)


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


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


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


627 / 427. History of Britain, 1066-1660. (3)


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


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


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


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


640 / 440. Atomic America. (3)


642 / 442. Queer History. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


663. Introduction to Digital Humanities. (3)


664. Advanced Historiography. (3)


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


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


667. Writing as a Historian. (3)


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


699. Dissertation. (3-12, no limit Δ)


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