History 200 Level

HIST 241 COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA *3 (3-0-0)

Survey of Latin American history to 1810.

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F17 75327  LEC A1  TR 09:30-10:50 
Polushin, Michael

HIST 242 MODERN LATIN AMERICA *3 (3-0-0)

Survey of Latin American history from 1810.

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W18 94879  LEC B1  TR 11:00-12:20 T B 105 Heilman, Jaymie 

HIST 243 HISTORY OF THE MUSLIM WORLDTO THE 16th CENTURY *3 (3-0-0)

The Golden Age of Islam.  Historical overview of the rise of Islam in seventh century Arabia and the political, economic and cultural impact of subsequent expansion into Asia, Africa and Europe.

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F17 74112  LEC A1 MWF  12:00-12:50  T 1 5 McDougall, E Ann

HIST 246 AFRICA FROM MEDIEVAL TO MODERN TIMES *3 (3-0-0)

African history to the 19th century.

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F17 71364  LEC A1 MWF  10:00-10:50  T BW 2 Thompson, Guy

HIST 250 AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1865 *3 (3-0-0)

From Pocahontas to the Assassination of Lincoln This course surveys colonial North America from Powhatan's Confederation through the American Revolution to the Civil War. The class will explore the cultural, political, and ideological roots of the United States. This is a lecture course with some class discussion of essays, primary sources and film. 

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W18 93937  LEC B1 TR  09:30-10:50  T B 90 Romeo, Sharon 

HIST 251 AMERICAN HISTORY SINCE 1865 *3 (3-0-0)

From the End of Slavery to the “War on Terror”: This course surveys the history of the United States from the Civil War and the end of slavery to the politics of oil and the “war on terror.”  It examines how the social and political context shapes American identity, citizenship, civil rights, and popular culture.  This is a lecture course with some discussion of primary documents, historical essays, and films.

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W18 91444  LEC B1  MWF  11:00-11:50  T 1 93 Smith, Susan L

HIST 260 PRE-CONFEDERATION CANADA *3 (3-0-0)

Themes of Canadian history from the period of early exploration to the Confederation movement in the 1860s. HIST 260 and HIST 261 together constitute a complete survey of Canadian history and provide a foundation for senior and advanced courses in the subject.

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F17 71112  LEC A1 MWF 10:00-10:50  T BW 1 Ens, Gerhard J
F17 72968 LEC A2 MWF 11:00-11:50 SAB 436 Muir, James
W18 93938 LEC B1  MWF 09:00-09:50 T BW 2 Stunden Bower, Shannon 

HIST 261 POST-CONFEDERATION CANADA *3 (3-0-0)

Themes of Canadian history from Confederation in 1867 to the present. HIST 261 and HIST 260 together constitute a complete survey of Canadian history and provide a foundation for senior and advanced courses in the subject.

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F17 74113 LEC A 1 MWF  09:00-09:50  T BW 1 Stunden Bower, Shannon
W18 90658 LEC B1 MWF 10:00-10:50 T 1 125 Ens, Gerhard
W18 91254 LEC B2 MWF 11:00-11:50 T BW 2 Piper, Elizabeth

HIST 272 RELIGION IN HISTORY *3 (3-0-0)

A study of a religious tradition(s), its teachings and rituals, along with its function in a specific historical setting, including its role in conditioning and reflecting a particular society and culture. Registration priority will be given to students in Honors, Majors or Minors in History.

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F17 74114  SEM X01 TR 18:30-19:55  T B 38 Kitchen, John K

HIST 280 EAST ASIA TO 1500 *3 (3-0-0)

History 280 is a survey of the social, religious, economic, political and intellectual development of the civilizations of East Asia (China, Vietnam, Korea, and Japan, Tibet) from prehistory to the sixteenth century. Students are guided to acquire critical skills to understand and explain the region known as Cultural East Asia in the premodern period. We study themes and processes that led to the formation of the state, inter-regional relationships, and cultural transmissions and adaptations.

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F17 71392  LEC A1  TR 11:00-12:20  T B 95 Jay, Jennifer 

HIST 281 EAST ASIA FROM 1500 *3 (3-0-0)

Survey of the history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam) from 1500 to the present.

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W18 92108  LEC B1  TR 11:00-12:20  T B 87 Dunch, Ryan

HIST 285 CHINA AND THE WEST *3 (3-0-0)

A survey of Chinese-Western cultural interactions from the time of Marco Polo to the present..

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F17 74415 LEC A1 MWF 11:00-11:50 SAB 331 Dunch,Ryan

HIST 287 THE CHINESE IN CANADA AND CANADIANS IN CHINA *3 (3-0-0)

The history of the Chinese in Canada since the 1850s, and Canada's cultural and social relations with China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, through historical and literary sources, media and film.

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W18 93939  LEC X50 M 18:00-21:00 T BW 1

HIST 289 INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL INDIA *3 (3-0-0)

The world of Classical India, from the emergence of the Mauryan Empire in the fourth century BCE to the close of the Gupta Empire in the fifth century CE.

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F17 73270  LEC A1  TR 12:30-13:50  T 1 90 Wujastyk, Dominik

HIST 290 INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY AS A DISCIPLINE *3 (2-1s-0)

Introduction to the basic concepts of historical inquiry and techniques of research and writing in History. Recommended for History majors. Prerequisite: A previous course in History or consent of Department. Registering in lecture will automatically enroll student in seminar.

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F17 72588  LEC A1 TR 09:30-10:20  T 1 113 Piper, Elizabeth
F17 AUTO SEM E1 TR 10:30-10:50 T 1 113 Piper, Elizabeth
W18 91730 LEC B1  TR 12:30-13:20 T 1 113 Coleman, Heather
W18 AUTO SEM J1  TR 13:30-13:50 T 1 113 Coleman, Heather
W18 93946  LEC B2  W 13:00-14:50  T 1 113 Dickens, Mark
W18 AUTO SEM J2  W 15:00-15:50  T 1 113  Dickens, Mark

HIST 293 THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & MEDICINE  *3 (3-0-0)

Concentrates on key events and pivotal moments in the history of science, technology, and medicine through the study of a wide variety of historical sources, such as photographs, artifacts, films, letters, lab notebooks and diaries. The focus this year is on the history of science and will examine, among other topics, Galileo's moon drawings, Charles Darwin's notebooks and Rosalind Franklin's x-ray photographs of DNA. No previous knowledge of the history of science, technology or medicine is required.

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F17 74116  LEC A1  TR 09:30-10:50  T B 38 Smith, Robert W

HIST 294 AN INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF SCIENCES, TECHNOLOGY & MEDICINE *3 (3-0-0)

Broad survey of topics in the history of science, technology, and medicine.

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F17 72972  LEC A1  TR 11:00-11:20 T 1 129 Ede, Andrew
W18 93948 LEC B1 TR 12:30-13:50  T B 45  Smith, Robert 

HIST 295 20TH CENTURY WARFARE *3 (3-0-0)

In-depth look at some of the conflicts of the 20th century, the course examines wars and revolutions including the two world wars, the Korean and Vietnam wars, African guerrilla wars, and the Gulf War. Analyze the causes and consequences of war and the evolution of weaponry.

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W18 72326  LEC X01  W 18:00-21:00 T BW 1

HIST 296 WORLD WAR TWO *3 (3-0-0)

The global conflict of 1939-45, with emphasis not just on war fighting but also on political, social, scientific and technological aspects.

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F17 72138  LEC A1 MWF  11:00-11:50  T B 87 Moure, Kenneth

HIST 297 HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY *3 (3-0-0)

Lecture and discussion course about the development of one of the leading religious traditions in the world. Not open to students who have successfully completed CHRTC 297.

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F17 72140  LEC A1  TR 09:30-10:50 T 1 5 Braun, Willi