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Thematic Concentrations

Colonialism and Empire

From the Roman to the Aztec, from the Mughal to the French, empire is one of the most enduring and oldest forms of political organization, and its story has never been simply one of conquest and resistance. Beyond its political manifestations, imperial relations have included and produced far-reaching networks of trade, religion, education, and culture. The relationships between colonizing and colonized peoples have been highly complex and have involved violence, collaboration, defiance and negotiation, often at the same time. Scholars debate not only the nature of these interactions, but also their enduring implications. How have people established, maintained and contested imperial power? How have colonizing forces justified empire, and how do we evaluate its impact? Is the age of imperialism over or does it persist in new forms?

Gender in Public and Private Life

Gender, as an expression of power relations and identity, lies at the root of human experience and historical inquiry. More than a synonym for women’s history, gender situates women as well as men, through ideas about manhood and womanhood, at the center of historical analysis. A gendered approach to the study of history asks questions about the ways human perceptions of sexual difference – of masculinity and femininity and the norms of behavior deemed appropriate for men and women – have shaped major forces and events in the past. Are gender identities fixed and biologically determined? Or are they constructed by societies to express the political, economic and social anxieties and values of a given time period? Is gender’s impact limited to domestic spaces, such as family organization, or is it present in larger public arenas, such as war, policy-making, law and diplomacy? Taking a gendered analysis into account can broaden what we deem as “history,” can highlight previously marginalized voices, and can challenge the assumptions and periodization of standard historical narratives.

Race and Ethnicity

Many people think of race as natural and self-evident; as old as humanity itself and as simple as black and white. However, human societies across time and geography have created ways of making and experiencing “difference” according to invented categories of ethnicity and race. These divisions have formed the rationale for oppressive hierarchies within societies as well as for liberation movements. What causes race to come into existence as a way of understanding the world? How has race operated in different regions of the world—for example, within and between the Americas, Asia, Africa and Europe? What are the origins of racial-ethnic thinking, and how have racial and ethnic categories informed socio-political relations over time? How have people created and experienced social differences? How have individuals or groups developed strategies both to perpetuate and to change racial and ethnic dynamics?

Religion and Society

Religion plays a key role in nearly all social and political movements throughout the world. Religious belief and practice, understood broadly both within and beyond particular institutional structures, offers an important window onto the ways in which societies and individuals create meaning and define or challenge systems of power. By investigating the lived or social context of religious belief and practice, we examine such themes as ritual, religious imagination, competing notions of “the sacred” as defined within and across different historical and socio-political contexts, and the construction of tradition and identity in relation to the larger society. Do religions create wars? Do they promote peace? How have religious practices and beliefs shaped the experience of migration and resettlement of peoples across the globe? How have religious institutions, beliefs, or rituals served as mechanisms for promoting or undermining national, ethnic, gender or racial identities? What constitutes a “religious” movement, whether violent or nonviolent? How are religious authority and orthodoxy defined in societies and how does this process reflect the ongoing struggle between dominant and submissive groups?

Resistance, Revolution and Reaction

Political upheavals occur when a group of individuals rejects the dominant values of the status quo and struggles to create a different social order. These upheavals can range from bottom-up mass movements to top-down military coups. In such struggles for power, insurgents endeavor to win support for a new set of norms, which can range from promoting civil rights to advocating genocide. Moreover, while some revolutions produce paradigm-shifting gains in democracy and social welfare, others conducted in the name of liberation have generated more of the very exploitation they first pledged to eliminate. How did people understand such transformations at the time and how did succeeding generations re-assess and re-imagine them? What prompts people to decide to break the rules of their community or risk their lives for social change? How is power won, and how is it maintained and institutionalized? How do societies, both ancient and modern, decide who should have rights and who should be denied them? What roles have civil disobedience, violent resistance, and even terror played in both the challenging of order and the crushing of dissent?

War and Memory

Wars do not begin and end on the battlefield. They originate within particular historical contexts, in response to factors ranging from the political and strategic, to the social and cultural. Moreover, long after the final battle has been fought, the memory of warfare continues to be shaped, debated, and changed, affected not least by whether one was on the winning or losing side. Memories of war can often be contentious, producing bitter conflicts about national holidays, museum exhibits, reenactments, school textbooks, literature, and films. What causes wars? How have contemporaries justified war? What effects have wars had on political development, gender relations, the economy, and society? What unintended consequences have resulted from war? Has there always been a clear winner and loser?

Courses Applicable to Each Theme

 

Colonialism and Empire

MONT 103D Creating the Asia Pacific
MONT 106G Heart of the Continent
MONT 107G Leaving the World Behind
MONT 100G Pirates of Patriots
MONT 101G Canton to King Cotton
MONT 101N A More “Natural” Food System
MONT 100C Building Walls/Burning Bridges
MONT 110G "MENA Live Film/Fiction"
MONT 100C Africa and the Others
MONT 106C De-Colonizing India
HIST 101 Manifest Destiny:US in the Pacific
HIST 101 Encountering Africa I
HIST 101 Travel Writing in African History
HIST 101 Original First Peoples of the Americas
HIST 101 Gender and Nations
HIST 101 History of Massachusetts
HIST 101 Sex, Nationalism and Ideology
HIST 104 Perspectives on Asia II
HIST 109 Ancient Near East and Greece
HIST 110 Rome: Republic & Empire
HIST 113 Renaissance to Napoleon, 1500-1815
HIST 126 Colonial Latin America
HIST 127 Modern Latin America
HIST 155 World War II in East Asia
HIST 196 African Colonial Lives
HIST 198 Modern Africa Since 1800
HIST 199 America’s Colony
HIST 199 History of Diplomacy
HIST 199 Global History Since 1989
HIST 199 The West in the World-post 1989
HIST 199 US Wilderness/Nature&Envirmt
HIST 199 Hist of Capitalism US & World
HIST 201 Colonial America
HIST 203 Age of Jackson
HIST 206 US in the 20th Century II: 1945-Present
HIST 207 19th Century U.S. Diplomacy
HIST 208 The US & the World since 1890
HIST 210 Early American Lives
HIST 230 Environmental History
HIST 239 Louis XIV’s France, Ca. 1560-1715
HIST 241 French Rebels and Revolutionaries
HIST 242 British Society & Empire 1: 1763-1901
HIST 243 20th C British Soc. & Empire II
HIST 245 Imperial Russia East/West
HIST 251 Colonial Ireland and India
HIST 255 Eur. in the Age of Mass Polt & Total War
HIST 256 Europe and the Superpowers
HIST 262 Germany from Dictatorship to Democracy
HIST 271 Native American History 1
HIST 272 Native American History 2
HIST 275 U.S. Mexican Border
HIST 277 Afro-Latin America
HIST 279 America’s Colony: Puerto Rico 1898
HIST 280 Modern India
HIST 281 Imperial China
HIST 282 Modern China
HIST 284 Vietnam, Nationalism and War
HIST 286 Modern Japan
HIST 287 Pacific War
HIST 290 Gender History in Africa
HIST 291 MakingModernMidEas 1882-1952
HIST 292 MakingModernMidEas 1952-Present
HIST 293 Ottoman Empire 1: 1300-1600
HIST 294 Ottoman Empire 2, 1500-1922
HIST 296 South Africa & Apartheid
HIST 299 Japanese Empire
HIST 299 Global Hist Since 1989
HIST 299 Early American Lives
HIST 299 Canada and the US
HIST 299 Modern India
HIST 299 African Migrations/Past & Present
HIST 299 Gender History in Africa
HIST 299 MakingModernMid East 1882-1952
HIST 299 MakingModMidEast 1952 – Present
HIST 299 Muslim Africa
HIST 299 Science and Religion in Western World
HIST 299 Europe’s First Global Age
HIST 299 Warriors, Priests & Outcastes
HIST 299 Blacks in Lat. Am. & Caribbean
HIST 299 Latin American-US Relations
HIST 299 Race&Gender in Atlantic World
HIST 305 America’s First Global Age
HIST 329 Collapse of Communism
HIST 346 Archeology, Empire, Nationalism in Ottoman Medit
HIST 352 Rebels & Radical Thinkers
HIST 365 Resistance & Rev in Mod Africa
HIST 399 Ireland and India
HIST 399 Nationalism in Modern Africa
HIST 399 Southern Africa Since 1800
HIST 399 Reform and Change in Ottoman Empire
HIST 399 Diplomacy
HIST 399 Beijing and Shanghai
HIST 399 China’s Urban Transformations
HIST 401 American West
HIST 401 Slavery, Empire, Sexuality
HIST 401 Empire, Family and Children
HIST 401 Gender & Colonialism
HIST 401 Ethnicity and the State in Asia
HIST 401 US and Japan Since 1850
HIST 401 Popular Culture/Latin America
HIST 401 Global 1980s
HIST 401 Ancient Empires: Rome & China
HIST 401 The Great War, 1914-1919
HIST 401 Human Rights:Afr/Atlantic World
HIST 401 Islam and Science
HIST 401 Black Biographies
HIST 401 Early Am Fam,Trade&Empire
HIST 401 Colonialism, Imperialism & the Critics
HIST 401 Science and Empire
HIST 401 Origins of War and Conflict in Afr

Gender in Public and Private Life

MONT 100Q Heading Into Battle
MONT 101Q Coming Home
MONT 106S Power, Protest & Social Change
MONT 107S Voicing the Political Self
MONT 112 Power, Protest & Social Change
MONT 107G Leaving the World Behind
MONT 108S Restless Souls
MONT 114N Rise of Modern Food
HIST 101 US Social Movements
HIST 101 Am Themes: Heroes & Heroines
HIST 101 Travel Writing in African History
HIST 101 Americans in Paris
HIST 101 Gender and the Saints
HIST 101 Gender & Sports
HIST 101 Gender and Nations
HIST 101 History of Massachusetts
HIST 101 Sex, Nationalism and Ideology
HIST 105 Asia in Western Fiction and Film
HIST 106 Origins of Japanese Culture
HIST 124 Religion and Society in the U.S.
HIST 145 History of Medicine
HIST 199 Outsiders in Pre-Modern Eur
HIST 199 America’s Colony
HIST 199 History of Medicine
HIST 199 Family and Gender in China
HIST 199 Making in History
HIST 199 Religion in America
HIST 199 US Populism and Protest
HIST 199 Food Power & the Environment
HIST 201 Colonial America
HIST 202 Age of American Revolution
HIST 204 Civil War and Its Aftermath
HIST 205 US in the 20th Century I: 1890-1945
HIST 206 US in the 20th Century II: 1945-Present
HIST 210 Early American Lives
HIST 212 US Capitalism and Politics
HIST 214 Comparative Women’s History
HIST 224 Catholicism in US
HIST 227 Muslim Africa
HIST 232 Medieval Lives
HIST 241 French Rebels and Revolutionaries
HIST 243 20th C British Soc. & Empire II
HIST 245 Imperial Russia East/West
HIST 253 Soviet Experiment
HIST 254 Soviet Union After Stalin
HIST 267 History of Modern Italy
HIST 277 Afro-Latin America
HIST 284 Vietnam, Nationalism & War
HIST 289 MigrationMobility/African Hist.
HIST 290 Gender History in Africa
HIST 299 Gender and Africa’s Diaspora
HIST 299 Renaissance Italy
HIST 299 Early American Lives
HIST 299 Modern India
HIST 299 Engendering the African Diaspora
HIST 299 Family and Freedom in Russia
HIST 299 African Migrations/Past and Present
HIST 299 War and Political Culture
HIST 299 Soviet Union After Stalin
HIST 299 US Capitalism and Politics
HIST 299 Revolutionary America
HIST 299 Hist of Asian Capitalism
HIST 299 Muslim Africa
HIST 299 Great Revolutions of Latin America
HIST 299 Am Pol Pop Culture,1968-2018
HIST 299 Blacks in Lat. Am. & Caribbean
HIST 299 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
HIST 299 Soviet History, 1917-1991
HIST 299 Religion and American Society
HIST 299 Russia Reborn? 1991 to Present
HIST 299 Race&Gender in Atlantic World
HIST 314 Music/Sport/Cultural Encounter
HIST 317 Pain &Suffering: US History
HIST 319 Joan of Arc & Medieval Warfare
HIST 324 Italy & France: War and Resistance
HIST 325 Women and Gender in War, Holocaust, Resistance
HIST 327 Cultures of the Cold War
HIST 342 Americans in Paris
HIST 399 Women & Gender in Africa
HIST 399 Human Rights in Africa/Diaspora
HIST 399 Jesuits and Modernity
HIST 399 Asia’s Women Warriors
HIST 399 Joan of Arc & Medieval Warfare
HIST 399 American People
HIST 399 War and Sports in Am. History
HIST 401 The Sixties
HIST 401 Medieval Women
HIST 401 Women in War and Memory
HIST 401 Slavery, Empire, Sexuality
HIST 401 Holy Cross
HIST 401 Women in Chinese Society
HIST 401 Modern American Women
HIST 401 Gender & Sexuality in US
HIST 401 Gender and Colonialism
HIST 401 Empire Family and Children
HIST 401 Popular Culture/Latin America
HIST 401 Human Rights story
HIST 401 Performing Histories of War
HIST 401 Human Rights:Afr/Atlantic World
HIST 401 Black Biographies
HIST 401 American Way of War
HIST 401 Gender and Sexuality
HIST 401 Fascisms: War, Holocaust, Resistance
HIST 401 Early Am Fam, Trade & Empire
HIST 401 Fascism: War, Holocaust & Resistance
HIST 401 Collapse of Communism
HIST 401 Sex&Power: War and Holocaust
HIST 401 Biography and History

Race and Ethnicity

MONT 103D Creating the Asia Pacific
MONT 106G Heart of the Continent
MONT 107G Leaving the World Behind
MONT 111D Lynching and Sensibility
MONT112 Power, Protest and Social Change
MONT 100C Africa and the Other
MONT 114N Rise of Modern Food
HIST 101 Modern American Social Movements
HIST 101 Encountering Africa I
HIST 101 African American Lives
HIST 101 Age of Explorations
HIST 101 Travel Writing in African History
HIST 101 Manifest Destiny:US in the Pacific
HIST 101 Gender & Sports
HIST 101 History of Massachusetts
HIST 101 Original First Peoples of the Americas
HIST 101 Gender and Nations
HIST 101 Sex, Nationalism and Ideology
HIST 105 Asia in Western Fiction and Film
HIST 106 Origins of Japanese Culture
HIST 114 Napoleon to the E.U., 1815-Present
HIST 126 Colonial Latin America
HIST 127 Modern Latin America
HIST 128 Latino History
HIST 137 American Slavery, American Freedom
HIST 145 History of Medicine
HIST 196 African Colonial Lives
HIST 197 Early Africa to 1800
HIST 199 Nature and Society
HIST 199 History of Medicine
HIST 199 Making of Modern US: 1876-1919
HIST 199 Transpacific Histories
HIST 199 Religion in America
HIST 199 US Wilderness/Nature&Envirmt
HIST 199 US Populism and Protest
HIST 199 Food Power & the Environment
HIST 201 Colonial America
HIST 204 Civil War and Its Aftermath
HIST 205 US in the 20th Century I: 1890-1945
HIST 206 US in the 20th Century II: 1945-Present
HIST 212 US Capitalism and Politics
HIST 221 American Urban History
HIST 225 The Civil Rights Movement
HIST 226 Irish American Experience
HIST 227 Muslim Africa
HIST 234 Medieval Spain
HIST 242 British Society & Empire 1: 1763-1901
HIST 261 Germany in Age of Nationalism
HIST 267 History of Modern Italy
HIST 271 Native American History 1
HIST 272 Native American History 2
HIST 275 US Mexican Border
HIST 277 Afro-Latin America
HIST 278 Raza e Identidad
HIST 279 America’s Colony: Puerto Rico 1898
HIST 281 Imperial China
HIST 283 Ethnic Conflict in 20th C Asia
HIST 286 Modern Japan
HIST 287 Pacific War
HIST 289 MigrationMobility/African Hist.
HIST 290 Gender History in Africa
HIST 296 South Africa & Apartheid
HIST 299 Ethnicity in Asia
HIST 299 Japanese Empire
HIST 299 Gender History in Africa
HIST 299 Engendering African Diaspora
HIST 299 Pollution and Power
HIST 299 War/Peace in Contemporary Asia
HIST 299 African American Intellectuals
HIST 299 Raza e Identidad
HIST 299 Canada and the US
HIST 299 African Migration/Past & Present
HIST 299 War and Political Culture
HIST 299 US Capitalism and Politics
HIST 299 Violence in America
HIST 299 Muslim Africa
HIST 299 Great Revolutions of Latin America
HIST 299 Great Migrations US 1910-1970
HIST 299 US Civil War
HIST 299 Blacks in Lat. Am. & Caribbean
HIST 299 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
HIST 299 Latin American-US Relations
HIST 299 Race&Gender in Atlantic World
HIST 314 Music, Sports, & Cultural Encounter
HIST 317 Pain &Suffering: US History
HIST 342 Americans in Paris
HIST 361 Germans, Jews & Memory
HIST 365 Resistance & Rev in Mod Africa
HIST 392 Arab-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 Arrival of Islam in Asia
HIST 399 Nationalism in Modern Africa
HIST 399 Lincoln’s America
HIST 399 Black Power
HIST 399 Martin Luther King/Malcolm X
HIST 399 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 American People
HIST 399 War and Sports in Am. History
HIST 399 Conspiracy in American History
HIST 401 Italian-American Heritage
HIST 401 The Sixties
HIST 401 Civil Rights Movement
HIST 401 The Civil War
HIST 401 Ethnicity and the State in Asia
HIST 401 US and Japan Since 1850
HIST 401 Popular Culture/Latin America
HIST 401 Music, Sports, Culture Politics
HIST 401 Human Rights:Afr/Atlantic World
HIST 401 Race & Religion in Am History
HIST 401 Black Biographies
HIST 401 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 401 Fascisms: War, Holocaust, Resistance
HIST 401 Colonialism,Imperialism & the Critics
HIST 401 Biography and History
HIST 401 Science and Empire
HIST 401 Origins of War and Conflict in Afr

Religion and Society

MONT 102D Heaven & Hell: Descent Into Darkness
MONT 102G Into the Unknown
MONT 103D Heavenly Ascension
MONT 106C De-Colonizing India
MONT 110 Into the Unknown
MONT 114 Traveling Into the Unknown
MONT 115 Traveling Into the Unknown
MONT 108S Restless Souls
HIST 101 The Movements
HIST 101 Age of Explorations
HIST 101 Gender and the Saints
HIST 101 Manifest Destiny:US in the Pacific
HIST 103 Perspectives on Asia I
HIST 106 Origins of Japanese Culture
HIST 111 Rise of Christian West
HIST 112 Emerging Europe, 1000-1500
HIST 113 Renaissance to Napoleon, 1500-1815
HIST 124 Religion & Society in US
HIST 128 Latino History
HIST 145 History of Medicine
HIST 197 Early Africa to 1870
HIST 199 Nature and Society
HIST 199 Outsiders in the Pre-Modern Eur
HIST 199 History of Medicine
HIST 199 Global History Since 1989
HIST 199 Religion and Science
HIST 199 The West in the World-post 1989
HIST 199 Religion in America
HIST 202 Age of American Revolution
HIST 204 Civil War and Its Aftermath
HIST 216 American Religious History
HIST 224 Catholicism in US
HIST 226 Irish American Experience
HIST 227 Muslim Africa
HIST 232 Medieval Lives
HIST 234 Medieval Spain
HIST 236 Renaissance Europe
HIST 237 The Reformation
HIST 238 The Papacy in the Modern World
HIST 239 Louis XIV's France, Ca. 1560-1715
HIST 280 Modern India
HIST 283 Ethnic Conflict in 20th C Asia
HIST 291 MakingModernMidEas 1882-1952
HIST 292 MakingModernMidEas 1952-Present
HIST 293 Ottoman Empire 1: 1300-1600
HIST 299 Ethnicity in Asia
HIST 299 Global Hist Since 1989
HIST 299 Muslim Africa
HIST 299 Renaissance Italy
HIST 299 Modern American Religion
HIST 299 Modern India
HIST 299 MakingModernMidEas 1882-1952
HIST 299 MakingModMidEast 1952-Present
HIST 299 Revolutionary America
HIST 299 Science and Religion in Western World
HIST 299 China and the World
HIST 299 Warriors, Priests & Outcastes
HIST 299 Am Pol Pop Culture 1968-2018
HIST 299 Religion and American Society
HIST 317 Pain &Suffering: US History
HIST 361 Germans, Jews and Memory
HIST 399 Paris in Wars of Religion
HIST 399 Jesuits and Modernity
HIST 399 Arrival of Islam in Asia
HIST 401 Jesuits International
HIST 401 God in Age of Michelangelo
HIST 401 Holy Cross
HIST 401 Afro-Latin Religions
HIST 401 Global 1980s
HIST 401 Race & Religion in Am History
HIST 401 Ancient Empires: Rome & China
HIST 401 Islam and Science

Resistance, Revolution and Reaction

MONT 100Q Heading Into Battle
MONT 101Q Coming Home
MONT 103S Struggles for Justice
MONT 102S Competing Visions of Freedom
MONT 107S Voicing the Political Self
MONT 106C De-Colonizing India
MONT 100C Building Walls/Burning Bridges “17”
MONT 108S Restless Souls
HIST 101 US Social Movements
HIST 101 Heroes/Heroism & Heroines
HIST 101 World War II
HIST 101 WW2- Eastern Front & Holocaust
HIST 101 Teddy Roosevelt
HIST 101 African American Lives
HIST 101 Struggles for Justice
HIST 101 Original First Peoples of the Americas
HIST 101 Gender and Nation
HIST 111 Rise of Christian West to A.D. 1000
HIST 112 Emerging Europe, 1000-1500
HIST 113 Renaissance to Napoleon, 1500-1815
HIST 114 Napoleon to the E.U., 1815-Present
HIST 155 World War II in East Asia
HIST 196 African Colonial Lives
HIST 199 Nature and Society
HIST 199 History of Diplomacy
HIST 199 Making of Modern US: 1876-1919
HIST 199 Religion and Science
HIST 199 Family and Gender in China
HIST 199 The West in the World-post 1989
HIST 199 Making in History “17
HIST 199 US Wilderness/Nature&Envirmt
HIST 199 US Populism and Protest
HIST 199 Hist of Capitalism US & World
HIST 202 Age of American Revolution
HIST 203 Age of Jackson, 1815-1860
HIST 207 19th Century U.S. Diplomacy
HIST 208 The US & the World since 1890
HIST 210 Early American Lives
HIST 211 Labor and Capital in America
HIST 212 US Capitalism and Politics
HIST 222 Great Leaders
HIST 223 Radicalism in America
HIST 225 The Civil Rights Movement
HIST 231 Medieval England to 1216
HIST 233 War and Chivalry in Medieval France
HIST 241 French Rebels and Revolutionaries
HIST 243 20th C British Soc. & Empire
HIST 245 Imperial Russia/East &West
HIST 251 Colonial Ireland and India
HIST 253 Soviet Experiment
HIST 254 Soviet Union After Stalin
HIST 255 Europe: Mass Politics/Total War
HIST 256 Europe and the Superpowers
HIST 261 Germany in Age of Nationalism
HIST 262 Germany from Dictatorship to Dem.
HIST 267 History of Modern Italy
HIST 272 Native American History 2
HIST 280 Modern India
HIST 285 Warrior Tradition in Japan
HIST 286 Modern Japan
HIST 291 MakingModernEas 1882-1952
HIST 292 MakingModernEas 1952-Present
HIST 293 Ottoman Empire 1: 1300-1600
HIST 294 Ottoman Empire 2, 1500-1922
HIST 296 South Africa & Apartheid
HIST 299 Hist of Asian Capitalism
HIST 299 Japanese Empire
HIST 299 Global Hist Since 1989
HIST 299 Family and Freedom in Russia
HIST 299 Violence in America
HIST 299 Canada and the US
HIST 299 War/Peace in Contemporary Asia
HIST 299 Making/ModernEast 1882-1952
HIST 299 Revolutionary America
HIST 299 MakingModMidEast 1952 – Present
HIST 299 Early American Lives
HIST 299 Soviet Union After Stalin
HIST 299 Europe’s First Global Age
HIST 299 Great Revolutions of Latin America
HIST 299 China and the World
HIST 299 Great Migrations US 1910-1970
HIST 299 US Civil War
HIST 299 Warriors, Priests & Outcastes
HIST 299 Am Pol Pop Culture1968-2018
HIST 299 Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
HIST 299 Latin American-US Relations
HIST 299 Soviet History, 1917-1991
HIST 299 Russia Reborn? 1991 to Present
Resistance, Revolution and Reaction (Cont’d)
HIST 305 America’s First Global Age
HIST 320 Crafted by War: Late Medieval England
HIST 322 War & Cinema
HIST 324 Italy and France: War and Resistance
HIST 327 Cultures of the Cold War
HIST 329 Collapse of Communism
HIST 340 Gilded Age America
HIST 345 Reform and Change in Ottoman Empire
HIST 352 Rebels & Radical Thinkers
HIST 365 Resistance&Rev in Mod Africa
HIST 392 Arab-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 Lincoln’s America
HIST 399 Black Power
HIST 399 Asia’s Women Warriors
HIST 399 Martin Luther King/Malcolm X
HIST 399 Ireland and India
HIST 399 Joan of Arc & Medieval Warfare
HIST 399 Diplomacy
HIST 399 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 American People
HIST 399 War and Sports in Am. History
HIST 399 Conspiracy in American History
HIST 399 Beijing and Shanghai
HIST 399 China’s Urban Transformations
HIST 401 Civil Rights Movement
HIST 401 The Sixties
HIST 401 Empire Family and Children
HIST 401 The Civil War : War and Memory
HIST 401 American Way of War
HIST 401 The Great War, 1914-1919
HIST 401 Global 1980s
HIST 401 Performing Histories of War
HIST 401 Race & Religion Am History
HIST 401 Gender and Sexuality
HIST 401 Fascisms: War, Holocaust, Resistance
HIST 401 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 401 Early Am Fam, Trade & Empire
HIST 401 Colonialism,Imperialism&theCritics
HIST 401 Biography and History
HIST 401 Sex and Power: War and Holocaust
HIST 401 Human Rights: Afr/Atlantic World

War and Memory

LUX HIST Remembering the Great War, 1914-1918
LUX HIST From Total War to European Union
MONT 100Q Heading Into Battle
MONT 101Q Coming Home
MONT 106S Power, Protest & Social Change
MONT 107S Voicing the Political Self
MONT112 Power, Protest and Social Change
MONT113G Memory Wars :WW2 & Vietnam
HIST 101 World War II
HIST 101 Americans in Paris
HIST 101 WW2-Eastn Front & Holocaust
HIST 110 Rome: Republic and Empire
HIST 112 Emerging Europe, 1000-1500
HIST 114 Napoleon to the E.U., 1815-Present
HIST 155 World War II in East Asia
HIST 199 History of Diplomacy
HIST 199 Transpacific Histories
HIST 203 Age of Jackson, 1815-1860
HIST 205 US in the 20th Century I: 1890-1945
HIST 207 19th Century U.S. Diplomacy
HIST 208 The US & the World since 1890
HIST 211 Labor and Capital in America
HIST 222 Great Leaders
HIST 231 Medieval England to 1216
HIST 233 War and Chivalry in Medieval France
HIST 234 Medieval Spain
HIST 253 The Soviet Experiment
HIST 254 Soviet Union After Stalin
HIST 255 Europe: Mass Politics to Total War
HIST 256 Europe and the Superpowers, 1939-1991
HIST 261 Germany in Age of Nationalism
HIST 262 Germany from Dictatorship to Democracy
HIST 271 Native American History I
HIST 284 Vietnam, Nationalism & War
HIST 285 Warrior Tradition in Japan
HIST 287 Pacific War
HIST 288 Japan Since the Pacific War
HIST 292 MakingModernEas 1952-Present
HIST 299 War and Political Culture
HIST 299 War/ Peace in Contemporary Asia
HIST 299 Soviet Union after Stalin
HIST 299 Violence in America
HIST 299 Paris in the Wars of Religion
HIST 299 History of Asian Capitalism
HIST 299 US Civil War
HIST 299 Soviet History, 1917-1991
HIST 299 Russia Reborn? 1991 to Present
HIST 314 Music, Sports, & Cultural Encounter
HIST 319 Joan of Arc & Medieval Warfare
HIST 320 Craft by War: Medieval England to 1485
HIST 322 Crafted byWar
HIST 324 Italy and France: War & Resistance
HIST 325 Women and Gender in War, Holocaust, Resistance
HIST 327 Cultures of Cold War
HIST 329 Collapse of Communism
HIST 340 Gilded Age America
HIST 342 Americans in Paris
HIST 346 Archeology, Empire, Nationalism in Ottoman Medit
HIST 352 Rebels & Radical Thinkers
HIST 361 Germans, Jews, & Memory
HIST 392 Arab-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 Paris in Wars of Religion
HIST 399 Lincoln’s America
HIST 399 Human Rights Africa/Diaspora
HIST 399 Asia’s Women Warriors
HIST 399 Ireland and India
HIST 399 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 399 Joan of Arc & Medieval Warfare
HIST 399 Diplomacy
HIST 401 The Civil War
HIST 401 Public History
HIST 401 American Way of War
HIST 401 The Great War
HIST 401 US and Japan Since 1850
HIST 401 Performing Histories of War
HIST 401 Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
HIST 401 Sex& Power: War and Holocaust
HIST 401 Origins of War and Conflict in Afr