2017-2018 Catalog 
    
    Jun 19, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


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History

   •  HIST100C CH - Chicana/Latina Histories
   •  HIST100I CH - Race, Culture, and Identity in Latin America
   •  HIST100N CH - The Mexico - United States Border
   •  HIST101 CM - Freshman-Sophomore Honors Seminar
   •  HIST103A CM - From Village to Empire: The History of the Roman Republic, 750-44BCE
   •  HIST103B CM - Governing Rome: The History of the Roman Empire: 44 BCE - 337 CE
   •  HIST104 CM - Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: 284 - 888 CE
   •  HIST107 CM - Reading Ancient and Medieval Historians
   •  HIST108 CM - The Age of Cicero: Politics, Philosophy, and Culture at the End of the Roman Republic
   •  HIST110 CM - Topics in Ancient History
   •  HIST110S CH - Latina/o Oral Histories
   •  HIST111 CM - Topics in European History
   •  HIST112 CM - Topics in American History
   •  HIST113 CM - US Environmental History
   •  HIST114 CM - Race and Racism in The Colonial Americas
   •  HIST116 CM - Slavery: A World History
   •  HIST117 CM - Race and Ethnicity in Brazil
   •  HIST119 CM - Women and Politics in America
   •  HIST120 CM - Native American History
   •  HIST120E CM - American Suburbia and Its Consequences
   •  HIST121 CM - United States History Since 1945
   •  HIST122E CM - American Families
   •  HIST123 CM - History of the American West
   •  HIST125 CM - Asian American History, 1850 to the Present
   •  HIST127 CM - Civil War America
   •  HIST128 CM - U.S. Gay and Lesbian History
   •  HIST129 CM - London and Paris in the 19th Century
   •  HIST130 CM - Ottoman Power and Urban History
   •  HIST131 HM - The Jewish Experience in America
   •  HIST131C CM - Crusading Mentalities
   •  HIST132 CM - Genocide & Human Rights in 20th Century Europe
   •  HIST132E CM - European Intellectual History: 16th Century to the Present
   •  HIST133A CM - Late Imperial Russian History, 1861-1917
   •  HIST133B CM - Modern Russian History, 1917 to the Present
   •  HIST134 CM - Dostoevskii's Russia
   •  HIST135 CM - Pseudohistory
   •  HIST138 CM - Europe’s Total Wars
   •  HIST139E CM - Culture and Society in Weimar and Nazi Germany
   •  HIST140 CM - Gender and Revolution in Europe, 1500-1900
   •  HIST142 CM - The Culture of Fascism in 20th Century Europe
   •  HIST142E CM - Culture and Politics in Turn of the Century Europe, 1880-1918
   •  HIST143 AF - Slavery & Freedom in the New World
   •  HIST143A CM - Revolutions in the Atlantic World: Britain, North America, and France in the Age of Enlightenment
   •  HIST143D CM - Atlantic Revolutions, 1760s-1830s
   •  HIST144 CM - Reagan's America: The Politics and Culture of the 1980s
   •  HIST145 PO - Afro-Latin America
   •  HIST146 CM - History of Germany, 1740 to the Present
   •  HIST149 CM - America in Depression and War
   •  HIST150E CM - The Age of Elizabeth I and Shakespeare: Tudor-Stuart Britain, 1485-1640
   •  HIST151 CM - Jane Austen's Britain
   •  HIST151E CM - The Making of Modern Britain
   •  HIST152 CM - Politics and Art in Europe from the Enlightenment to Fascism
   •  HIST153 CM - Caste and Class in India and South Asia
   •  HIST154 CM - Makers of Modern India & Pakistan
   •  HIST157 CM - Gender and Sexuality in Latin America
   •  HIST158 CM - Japanese Empire: Korea, China, Taiwan, and Manchuria
   •  HIST161 CM - Modern Korean History
   •  HIST162C CM - China: Warring States to First Emperor: The Origins of Imperial China (500-200BCE)
   •  HIST163 CM - Modern Chinese History, 1750 to the Present
   •  HIST164 CM - Mao's China: Revolutionary Leadership and Its Consqequences
   •  HIST167 CM - Gender and History in South Asia
   •  HIST167E CM - Modernities: South Asia and Others
   •  HIST169 CM - Topics in Asian History
   •  HIST173 AF - Black Intellectuals and the Politics of Race
   •  HIST174 CM - Design Activism
   •  HIST176 AF - Civil Rights Movement in the Modern Era
   •  HIST176 CM - Early American Families
   •  HIST179 CM - Researching the Holocaust
   •  HIST182 CM - Human Health and Disease in American History
   •  HIST183 CM - The Fall of Rome and the End of Empire
   •  HIST186B CM - Revolutionary London & Paris: 1688-1815
   •  HIST188 CM - Travel and Encounter in the Islamic World
   •  HIST190 CM - Race and American Cities
   •  HIST191 CM - Advanced Topics in Asian History
   •  HIST194 CM - Advanced Topics in Ancient History
   •  HIST195 CM - Advanced Topics in European History
   •  HIST196 CM - Advanced Topics in American History
   •  HIST197 CM - Advanced Topics in World History
   •  HIST199 CM - Independent Study in History

Interdisciplinary

   •  DGHM150 CM - Digital Humanities Studio
   •  ID050 AF - Caribbean Society and Culture
   •  ID076 JT - Intersections: Gender, Race and Sexuality
   •  ID120 CM - The Science of Making Life Better
   •  ID150 CM - Contemporary African Voices
   •  ID196 CM - Gould Center Seminar

Korean

   •  KORE001 CM - Introductory Korean
   •  KORE002 CM - Continuing Introductory Korean
   •  KORE033 CM - Intermediate Korean
   •  KORE044 CM - Advanced Korean
   •  KORE100 CM - Readings in Korean Literature and Culture
   •  KORE199 CM - Independent Study in Korean
   •  KRNT130 CM - Korean Cinema and Culture

Leadership

   •  LEAD010 CM - Foundations of Leadership
   •  LEAD040 CM - Practicum in Event Management
   •  LEAD041 CM - Leadership in Sports
   •  LEAD121 CM - Making a Difference: Strategies for Solving Social Problems
   •  LEAD122 CM - Civic Leadership
   •  LEAD142 CM - Leading Social Innovation: How Award-Winning Social Entrepreneurs Change the World

Literature

   •  LIT031 CM - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  LIT032 CM - Writer's Workshop
 

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