Fall 2015 Course Schedule

This is a preliminary schedule subject to change. Day, Times and Rooms will be determined at a later date.

See the Course Descriptions page for descriptions of courses. 

Course #

Course title

Instructor

Day

Time

Room

103-1

Introduction to the Medieval World (10922)

Zook

MWF

8:30-9:20

WTHR 320

 Syllabus

103-3

Introduction to the Medieval World (10930)

Z. Schulz

MWF 2:30-3:20 UNIV 210

104-1

Introduction to the Modern World (21287)

Ingrao

TTh

4:30-5:45

KRAN G016

Syllabus

104-2

Introduction to the Modern World (21288)

Foray

TTh

9:00-10:15

SC 239

Syllabus

104D-1

Introduction to the Modern World, Online (50825)

Bouquet

Syllabus

105-1

Survey of Global History (21294)

Bhattacharya

TTh

9:00-10:15

UNIV 201

Syllabus

105-2

Survey of Global History (53904)

Dorsey

TTh

10:30-11:45

BRNG B242

 

105-3

Survey of Global History (66753)

De la Fuente

TTh

1:30-2:45

UNIV 201

 Syllabus

151-1

American History to 1877 (21297)

Perry

MW

9:30-10:20

WTHR 320

Syllabus

Recitation 1 (68627)

F

8:30-9:20

UNIV 301

Recitation 2 (68626)

F

9:30-10:20

UNIV 301

Recitation 3 (10935)

F

11:30-12:20

UNIV 301

Recitation 4 (13395)

F

2:30-3:20

UNIV 301

151-2

American History to 1877 (62754)

Morrison

MWF

1:30-2:20

BRNG 2280

Syllabus

152-1

United States since 1877 (21305)

Gabin

TTh

1:30-2:45

BRNG 2280

Syllabus

152-2

United States since 1877 (16702)

Brownell

TTh

4:30-5:45

MSEE B012

152-3

United States since 1877 (66755)

J. Kennedy

MWF

8:30-9:20

UNIV 201

Syllabus

152D-1

United States since 1877 Online (49405)

Bouquet

Syllabus

152D-2

United States since 1877 Online (60309) 

(second 8-week course)

Perry

Syllabus

152D-3

United States since 1877 Online (65568) 
(second 8-week course)

Castro

152D-4

United States since 1877 Online  (66076)
(second 8-week course)

Castro

152D-5

United States since 1877 Online  (67650)
(second 8-week course)

Castro

201

History of the Military Art  (13747)

N. Sambaluk

MWF

10:30-11:20

UNIV 217

Syllabus

211

World Soccer and Global History (11161)

de la Fuente

TTh

3:00-4:15

UNIV 201

Syllabus

240-1 

East Asia and Its Historic Tradition (66757)

Hastings

TTh

10:30-11:45

PHYS 203

Syllabus

240-2

East Asia and Its Historic Tradition (10936)

Park

MWF

11:30-12:20

UNIV 201

Syllabus

243

South Asian History and Civilizations (36018)

Bhattacharya

TTh

12:00-1:15

UNIV 201

Syllabus

271

Latin American History to 1824 (56308)

Cutter

MWF

10:30-11:20

UNIV 201

Syllabus

300

Eve of Destruction: Global Crises & World Organization in the 20th Century (10980)

Gray

TTh

1:30-2:45

UNIV 301

Syllabus

302

Historical Topics: Queens and Empresses in Early Modern Europe (66782)
Crosslist with WGSS 39000 (12960)

Mitchell

TTh

10:30-11:45

UNIV 217

302

Historical Topics: The Kennedy Assassination in Global Perspective (66889)

Smith

TTh

10:30-11:45

UNIV 201

302

Historical Topics: History of the U.S. Presidential Debates (12441)
Crosslist with COM 49700 (13376)

Brownell

W

2:30-5:20

UNIV 301

302

Historical Topics: History of Science (12452)

TBA

MWF

10:30-11:20

UNIV 217

CANCELLED

302H

Historical Topics: Gender and War in the Time of Napoleon (13520)
Honors Only

Walton

MWF

10:30-11:20

UNIV 319

30505

US in the World (66758)

Atkinson

TTh

12:00-1:15

UNIV 217

31005

Civil War and Reconstruction (11192)

Janney

TTh

9:00-10:15

UNIV 217

312

The Crusades (15911)

TBA

MWF

12:30-1:20

REC 108

CANCELLED

317

History of the Christian Church I (66760)

Fleetham

MWF

1:30-2:20

UNIV 201

320

The World of Charlesmagne (10981)

Contreni

TTh

9:00-10:15

UNIV 301

Syllabus

329

History of Women in Modern Europe (10986)

Walton

MWF

9:30-10:20

UNIV 201

333

Science and Technology in Western Civilization I (21323)

Foley

MWF

10:30-11:20

LWSN B151

343

Traditional Japan (10987)

Hastings

TTh

1:30-2:45

UNIV 217

 

350

Science and Technology in the Twentieth Century (21327)

Foley

MWF

12:30-1:20

UNIV 201

351-1

The Second World War (66762)

Sambaluk

MWF

8:30-9:20

LILY 3118

351-2

The Second World War (10955)

R. Kirchubel

TTh

3:00-4:15

GRIS 103

Syllabus

371

Society, Culture, and Rock and Roll (61668)

Morrison

MWF

3:30-4:20

SMTH 108

Syllabus

382

American Constitutional History (50779)

Pitts

TTh

10:30-11:45

WTHR 160

395

Junior Research Seminar: Discover Your Roots in American History (13403)

Janney

TTh

12:00-1:15

UNIV 301

395

Junior Research Seminar: Gender and Politics in Early Modern Europe (67512)
Crosslist with WGSS 3900 (13744)

Mitchell

TTh

1:30-2:45

UNIV 319

 

398

The Afro-American since 1865 (12966)

Bynum

TTh

10:30-11:45

UNIV 301

 

403

Europe in the Reformation (11191)

Farr

TTh

3:00-4:15

UNIV 301

 

421

Honors Historical Methods (21342)

Zook

MWF

12:30-1:20

UNIV 319

 Syllabus

475

Spanish Frontier in North America (11032)

Cutter

MWF

12:30-1:20

UNIV 301

Syllabus

492

Seminar in Historical Topics: Great Trials in History (12481)

Farr

TTh

4:30-5:45

UNIV 301

492

Seminar in Historical Topics: History of Science (12480)

TBA

MWF

1:30-2:20

UNIV 319

CANCELLED

495-1

Research Seminar in Historical Topics: Flight and Space Archival Research (50822)

Smith

TTh

12:00-1:15

STEW 462

 

495-2

Research Seminar in Historical Topics: 1960s America (66775)
Crosslist with AMST 301 (66992)

Gabin

TTh

10:30-11:45

UNIV 319

Syllabus

495-3

Research Seminar in Historical Topics: Writing Histories of American Foreign Relations, 1877-1989 (13740)

Atkinson

TTh

9:00-10:15

UNIV 319

499

History Internship

Arrange

514

A History of Western Thought I (21356)

Foley

MWF

1:30-2:20

UNIV 301

590

Directed Reading

Arrange

395s and 495s are writing intensive

601

Reading Seminar: The Radical 1970s: Global Shocks, Local Violence (36046)

Gray

M

6:30-9:20

UNIV 319

 Syllabus

601

Reading Seminar in European History: Problems in Early Modern Europe (13404)

Ingrao

W

6:30-9:20

UNIV 319

 Syllabus

610

History Theory and Methods (42188)
(Instructor permission required)

Foray

T

6:30-9:20

UNIV 319

Syllabus

651

Reading Seminar in Amercian History: Problems in American History (68566)

Pitts

Th

3:30-6:20

UNIV 319

651

Reading Seminar in American History:Race and Civil Rights in the US (66778)

Bynum

W

3:30-6:20

UNIV 319

698

Research M.A. Thesis

Arrange

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