Academic Catalog

History (3400)

3400:200. Empires of the Ancient World. (3 Credits)

Comparative study of the formation of ancient empires of the Afro-Eurasian world up to the rise of Islam.

3400:210. Humanities in the Western Tradition I. (4 Credits)

Prerequisites: 30 credits and completion of 3300:112 or 3300:114 or 2020:222 (or permission). Introduction to the human condition as manifested in ideas, religions, visual arts and music of Western civilization from the ancient Greeks through the Renaissance. Cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:211. Humanities in the Western Tradition II. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 3400:210. Introduction to the human condition in the past as manifested in the ideas, religions, visual arts and music of Western civilization from the Protestant Reformation to the Present. Cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:221. Humanities in the World since 1300. (4 Credits)

Prerequisites: 3300:112 or 3300:114 or 2020:222 and sophomore standing. Introduction to the human condition as expressed in the ideas, religions, visual arts, and music of the world since 1300. Cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:250. U.S. History to 1877. (4 Credits)

Historical survey from the Age of Discovery and North American colonization through the creation of the United States to the Civil War and Reconstruction.

3400:251. U.S. History since 1877. (4 Credits)

Survey of United States history from the end of Federal Reconstruction to the present.

3400:285. World Civilizations: China. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:286. World Civilizations: Japan. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding or current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:287. World Civilizations: Southeast Asia. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:288. World Civilizations: India. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:289. World Civilizations: Middle East. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:290. World Civilizations: Africa. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222] or equivalent and a minimum of Sophomore standing or higher. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:291. World Civilizations: Latin America. (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher and [3300:112, or 3300:114, or 2020:222 or equivalent]. Courses 285 through 291 are designed to provide a basic knowledge of past human experiences and an understanding of current events in key areas of the non-Western world. These courses cannot be used to meet major requirements in History.

3400:292. Global Societies: Africa. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and no credit in both World Civ: Africa and Global Societies: Africa. This course surveys the major social, economic, political, and cultural transformations in Africa, and explores interconnected global histories in on regional context.

3400:294. Global Societies: India. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and no credit in World Civilization and Global Societies. This course surveys the major social, economic, political, and cultural transformations in India, and explores interconnected global histories in one regional context.

3400:295. Global Societies: Japan. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and no credit in World Civilization: Japan and Global Societies: Japan. This course surveys the major social, economic, political and cultural transformations in Japan, and explores interconnected global histories in one regional context.

3400:296. Global Societies: Latin America. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and no credit in both World Civilizations: Latin America and Global Societies: Latin America. This course surveys the major social, economic, political, and cultural transformations in Latin America, and explores interconnected global histories in on regional context.

3400:297. Global Societies: Middle East. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and no credit in both World Civilizations: Middle East and Global Societies: Middle East. This course surveys the major social, economic, political, and cultural transformations in Africa, and explores interconnected global histories in on regional context.

3400:300. Imperial China. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Selective study of institutional, intellectual, political and artistic developments in Chinese civilization from antiquity to 18th century. Emphasis on general features of traditional Chinese culture.

3400:301. Modern China. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. This course examines the domestic and global roots of China's 20th century modernization and their relationship to the challenges China now faces.

3400:303. Modern East Asia. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Exploration of domestic and global factors that shaped modern East Asia (Japan, China, Korea and Vietnam).

3400:307. The Ancient Near East. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Mesopotamia, Egypt; Israel, and neighbors to Persian Empire.

3400:308. Greece. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Minoans and Mycenaeans; classical Greece to triumph of Macedon.

3400:310. Historical Methods. (3 Credits)

Introduction to historical research and writing. Required for history major.

3400:313. Eastern Roman Empire (324-1453). (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Byzantine culture and history from 324 to the fall of 1453.

3400:317. Roman Republic. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Minimum academic standing of a Sophomore or greater. An intensive survey of the Roman Republic. Attention will be given to the nature of the source material, ancient historiography, text criticism and the like.

3400:318. Roman Empire. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. An intensive survey of the Roman Empire. Attention will be given to the nature of the source material, ancient historiography, text criticism and the like.

3400:319. Medieval Europe, 500-1200. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Migration of peoples, Carolingian revival, renewed invasions; social, economic and intellectual stirrings lead to ¿birth of Europe.¿.

3400:320. Medieval Europe, 1200-1500. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Middle Ages and the middle class; economic and political change, international wars, social unrest and religious crosscurrents.

3400:321. Europe: Renaissance to Religious Wars, 1350-1610. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Survey of the social, political, economic, religious, and intellectual history of Early Modern Europe from the Italian Renaissance to the early 17th century.

3400:322. Europe: Absolutism to Revolution, 1610-1789. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Survey of the social, political, economic, religious, and intellectual history of Early Modern Europe from the Thirty Years War to the French Revolution.

3400:323. Europe from Revolution to World War, 1789-1914. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Surveys the political, economic, social, and cultural history of modern Europe from the French Revolution to the First World War.

3400:324. Europe from World War I to the Present. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. A survey of European political and social history from World War I to the present.

3400:325. Women in Modern Europe. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. A survey of the history of women in Europe since 1500, with emphasis on their roles and the changes attendant on modernization.

3400:330. Modern Africa. (3 Credits)

This course will introduce major themes in modern African history, from the trans-Atlantic, slave trade, through the colonial and post-independence periods.

3400:335. Russia to 1801. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of Russian history from Kievan period to death of Paul I, emphasizing development of autocratic government, Russian culture, reigns of Peter and Catherine.

3400:336. Russia Since 1801. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of 19th and 20th centuries. Special emphasis on problems of modernization, the revolution and development of communism.

3400:337. France from Napoleon to Degaulle. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. Combines a study of Napoleon and DeGaulle with a survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural/artistic trends of modern French history.

3400:338. England to 1688. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of English history from the Anglo-Saxon conquest to the Revolution of 1688. Medieval and early modern institutions, social and cultural life.

3400:339. England Since 1688. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of English history from 1688 to the present. The reform of English institutions and life, modernization of the economy, the welfare state, society and war.

3400:340. Selected Topics in History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Includes experimental offerings such as those crossing subject of chronological lines, and subjects not listed in this General Bulletin. See departmental office for current subject.

3400:341. Islamic Fundamentalism & Revolution. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. The political and socio-economic roots of Islamic reformism and militancy in the Middle East and North Africa since the 1960s.

3400:342. The Crusades through Arab Eyes. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Political and military struggles, diplomatic practices and intellectual traditions of the Medieval Islamic/Arab world and the Western crusaders.

3400:345. Native North American History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: minimum of 32 credits. The histories of Native Americans from Columbus to the present, emphasizing a half-millennium of adaptive responses to the presence of Europeans in North America.

3400:350. U.S. Women's History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits History of American women's experiences and exploration of gender as a changing structure shaping American life from the colonial period through the 20th century.

3400:351. Global History: Encounters and Conflicts. (4 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. This course explores historical encounters between societies to explain the development of the integrated economic, political, and cultural systems presently characterizing the modern world.

3400:352. The American West. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits. Examination of westward movement from revolution to closing of frontier; types of frontiers; impact of west on nation's development.

3400:354. American Immigration. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits. Examination of European migrants to American colonies and United States, their reasons for leaving Europe and coming to America, and their experience after arrival.

3400:355. American Religious History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits. Addresses critical issues and figures in American religious history from the colonial era to present, including ways ideas have influenced political and judicial discourse.

3400:356. Sports in American History Since 1865. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits. An examination of the reciprocal relationship between sports and various institutions of society: culture, religion, politics, education, economics, race, ethnicity, diplomacy and gender.

3400:358. Urban America. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits. This course looks at the significance of cities and urban development in shaping American society.

3400:360. United States Military History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of United States military history from the colonial era to the present.

3400:361. African American History, 1492-1877. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course focuses on African American history, culture and heritage from 1492 to 1877.

3400:362. African American History, 1877 to Present. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course focuses on African American history, culture and heritage from 1877 to present.

3400:363. African American Men's History and Studies. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. This course will examine the experiences of African American Men from historical, socio-economic, philosophical, religious/spiritual, and psychological standpoints.

3400:371. Selected Topics: North American History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum academic standing of Sophomore or higher. Selected topics addressing the history of North America (from the Rio Grande to the Arctic). Contact the department office concerning specific topics.

3400:372. Selected Topics: European History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. Selected topics addressing European history from the collapse of the Roman Empire to the present. Contact the department office concerning specific topics.

3400:373. Selected Topics: Other. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Selected historical topics on Africa, Asia, Latin America, the ancient world and world history. Contact the department office concerning specific topics.

3400:377. History of Women in Latin America. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Survey of changes and continuities in the lives of Latin American women since the colonial period; emphasis on gender, race, class in shaping women's experiences.

3400:378. Spanish Conquest and Colonization of the Americas. (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. Course examines the conquest, colonization, and three-centuries-long Spanish rule in Latin America since 1492. Emphasis on culture, power inequalities, issues of identity, and memory.

3400:379. Modern Latin America. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. This course examines the history of Latin America during the national period, ca. 1820s to the present. Focus on politics, economic systems, and nation-state formation.

3400:381. History of Canada. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. Survey of Canadian history from the age of the explorers to the present. Special emphasis will be placed on the history of French-Canadians, on economic development and on Canadian-American relations.

3400:382. The Vietnam War. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. An examination and evaluation of all aspects of the war in Vietnam, political, military, diplomatic and economic, including its impact domestically then and later.

3400:392. Internship in History. (1-3 Credits)

Prerequisites: 64 credits, History major or minor, prior completion of 16 credits in History (not including Humanities in the Western Tradition or World Civilizations), minimum 2.5 history GPA, and permission of instructor. Individual field experience in applied history. May be repeated up to 6 credits; 4 credits to apply to the 32 credit minimum for a history major.

3400:395. Modern Iran. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. This course on modern Iran explores the country's history of nationalism, identity, gender, and religion, and its place in world history.

3400:396. Iraq in Historical Perspective. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 32 credits or permission of the instructor. This course will offer a complex and nuanced look into the history of Iraq and will situate current events firmly in their historical context.

3400:397. Individual Study in History. (1-3 Credits)

(May be repeated for a total of four credits) Prerequisite: Permission. For individual study or research in history, including special projects, summer study tours or specialized training.

3400:400. Gender and Culture in China. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: A minimum of Sophomore standing or higher, or permission of the instructor. This course examines the dynamic between gender and culture from late imperial to post-socialist China, with connections drawn to public policies in different periods.

3400:401. Japan & the Pacific War, 1895-1945. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. The rise of Japanese militarism, Japan's drive to create an empire in East and Southeast Asia, 1895-1945, and its role in the Pacific War, 1937-45.

3400:404. Studies in Roman History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Concentrated investigation of selected topics, such as imperialism in middle and late Republic, the age of Augustus, or the fall of western Empire.

3400:409. Imperial Spain, 1469-1700. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course examines the rise and fall of Spain as the first world power. It will cover Spanish political, cultural, and social history, 1469-1700.

3400:410. History and Film. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Repeatable once with permission. Examines films as historical experiences, historical events, and artifacts of history. Themes and foci will vary.

3400:416. Modern India. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. History of the Indian subcontinent from c. 1500 with emphasis on India society and culture, British imperialism, and the emergence of Indian nationalism.

3400:417. Latin America and the United States. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Inter-American relations viewed from Latin American and U.S. perspectives; U.S. policy, imperialism,. economic and cultural influences.

3400:418. History of Brazil Since 1500. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of the economic, political, social and cultural history of Brazil since 1500.

3400:424. The Renaissance. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. The age of transition from the Middle Ages to modern times (1350-1600). Special emphasis on intellectual trends, the development of humanism, and the fine arts.

3400:425. The Reformation. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 48 credits or higher. Europe in 16th century; its religious, cultural, political and diplomatic development, with special emphasis on Protestant, Anglican and Catholic reformations.

3400:429. Europe in the French Revolutionary Era-1789-1815. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of Junior standing or permission of the instructor. Development of Revolution; Napoleon's regime and satellites.

3400:438. Nazi Germany. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course covers the social, economic, and political history of Germany from World War I to 1945 with emphasis on the Third Reich.

3400:440. Tudor & Stuart Britain, 1485-1714. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. An examination of the development of, and increasing links between the British kingdoms in the early modern period, with emphasis on culture, politics, and religion.

3400:443. Churchill's England. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. An examination of the changes that Britain experienced during the life of Winston Churchill, 1874-1965. Emphasis is on cultural, social, and political developments.

3400:451. Colonial American History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course covers the history of colonial America from the first European contact in the Americas in 1492 to the onset of the American Revolution.

3400:452. American Revolutionary Era: Political, Military & Constitutional Aspects. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 48 credits or higher. The struggle for the rights of Englishmen and independence; the impact of war on American society and the creation of republican institutions.

3400:453. The Early American Republic. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 48 credits or higher. The evolution of the American republic from its early beginnings after the American Revolution to the antebellum era. Emphasis upon political, social, and cultural developments.

3400:454. Civil War & Reconstruction, 1850-1877. (4 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Sectionalism, slavery and the causes of the Civil War; wartime activities of the Union and Confederacy; leading personalities; problems of reconstruction and the new Union.

3400:455. Origins of Modern America, 1877-1917. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. United States from Reconstruction Era to World War I (1877-1920); emphasis on political responses to rise of an industrialized-urbanized society, the populist and progressive movements.

3400:456. America in World Wars & Depression, 1917-1945. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. World War I and Versailles; the 1920s, the Great Depression and the New Deal; World War II.

3400:457. The United States since 1945. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Nuclear age, cold war, foreign policy and domestic affairs to present. Social, political, constitutional, diplomatic, cultural and economic changes since 1945.

3400:461. The United States as a World Power. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. The course analyzes the emergence and functioning of the United States as a world power, with particular emphasis on the 20th century.

3400:463. United States Constitutional History Since 1870. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course examines the evolution of constitutional government from the drafting of the U.S. Constitution (1787) to present.

3400:465. American Economy Since 1900. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Survey of economic developments since 1900; topics include agriculture, business and labor. Special emphasis on role of big business and evolution of monetary and fiscal policy.

3400:467. History of American Pop Culture. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Historical analysis of mass cultural phenomena and the social experiences associated with mass technologies that transformed modern America life in the 19th and 20th centuries.

3400:468. African-American Social & Intellectual History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Examination of black thought and activities reflective of African-American culture, conditions facing black people within America and efforts toward coordinated black activity.

3400:469. African-American Women's History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Study of black American women's lives from colonial times to the present featuring autobiographical. Fictional and secondary works authored by black women.

3400:470. Ohio History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Political, social, economic and intellectual history of Ohio, with special emphasis on Ohio's relationship to Old Northwest and to the nation.

3400:471. American Environmental History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits completed or permission of the instructor. Utilization, conservation of natural resources from beginnings of American society to present; combination of economic, technological history of extensive treatment of public policy, environmental issues.

3400:475. Mexico. (3 Credits)

History of Mexico from Indian civilizations to present with emphasis on relations with United States; social and political ramifications of the 20th Century Mexican revolution.

3400:476. Central America & the Caribbean. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Selected aspects of the histories of Central American and Caribbean countries with emphasis on populist and peasant movements, political reform, social revolution, economic and under development, and relations with the United States.

3400:483. History in Video Games. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Examines the presentation of history in video games analyzing them for accuracy, bias, structural limitations, and utility as teaching tools.

3400:484. Museums and Archives. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course will focus on the work of history museums, historical societies and historic house museums and archives.

3400:485. History, Communities, and Memory. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Course examines the interactions between the work of academic historians and the public in areas such as local history, monuments, oral history, film and the Internet.

3400:487. Science and Technology in World History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 48 credits or higher. This course examines the development and diffusion of science and technology in human history, its impact on society, culture, and daily life.

3400:489. Ottoman State and Society. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Explores political, economic, and social dynamics of one of the world's most enduring and expansive multiethnic empires.

3400:491. Honors Seminar in History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: Permission of department head or instructor. Selected readings; writing of research paper. For student seeking to graduate with honors in history and for student in Honors Program.

3400:492. Honors Project in History. (1-3 Credits)

Prerequisite: 64 credits. An individual research project relevant to history, supervised by a member of the Department of History, culminating in an undergraduate thesis.

3400:493. Special Studies: North American History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Special studies in the history of North America (Rio Grande to Arctic). See department office for information on particular offerings.

3400:494. Workshop in History. (1-3 Credits)

(May be repeated) Group studies of special subjects pertaining to history. May be used for elective credit only. May not be used to meet undergraduate or graduate major requirements in history.

3400:495. Special Studies: European History. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Special studies in European history from the fall of the Roman Empire to the present. See department office for information on particular offerings.

3400:496. Special Studies in History: Other. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. Special studies in the history of Latin America, Asia, Africa or the Pacific. See department office for information on particular offerings.

3400:498. Race, Nation, and Class in the Middle East. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course analyzes identity politics and the development of the ideas of race, nation, and class in the Middle East from a historical perspective.

3400:499. Women and Gender in Middle Eastern Societies. (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: a minimum of 48 credits or permission of the instructor. This course explores the multi-layered processes and dimensions, including texts, cultural values and practices, institutions, and events, which have shaped women's experiences in the Middle East.