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History (HIST)
Social Sciences Building, Room 215
(520) 621-1586

Professors Michael Schaller, Head, Herman E. Bateman (Emeritus),
Gail Bernstein, Robert P. Browder (Emeritus), Paul A. Carter
(Emeritus), Richard A. Cosgrove, Leonard Dinnerstein, James
Donohoe (Emeritus), Donna J. Guy, Harwood Hinton (Emeritus),
Ursula Lamb (Emerita), Oscar Martinez, John V. Mering (Emeritus),
Michael C. Meyer, Roger L. Nichols, Heiko A. Oberman, J. Gregory
Oswald (Emeritus), Thomas W. Parker (Emeritus), Robert Vignery,
Donald Weinstein (Emeritus)

Associate Professors Karen S. Anderson, Alan E. Bernstein, George
Brubaker (Emeritus), Roger deLaix, Richard M. Eaton, Edwin M.
Gaines, Juan R. Garcia, Kevin Gosner, Frederick Kellogg, Jack D.
Marietta, Hermann Rebel, Daniel Swetschinski, Douglas Weiner

Assistant Professors Bert Barickman, John Campbell, Linda
Darling, Maureen Fitzgerald, Alison Futrell, Nancy Hunt, Patrick
Miller, James Milward, Katherine Morrissey, Laura Tabili

The Department of History offers courses designed to provide
broad perspectives on the human past, with more specialized
instruction in particular areas and periods, and with theoretical
and practical training in historical research.

The department offers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Master of
Arts and Doctor of Philosophy with a major in history. A Bachelor
of Arts in Education and a Master of Education with a teaching
major in history are also available. For information on graduate
degrees, please see the Graduate Catalog.

The major: 33 units, including 396a, 3 units in a course dealing
with the period before 1500, and 6 units in three of the
following areas: United States, Latin America, Europe, and Afro-
Asia. No fewer than 18 units must be upper-division. No more than
3 units of independent study or 6 units of internship may be
applied toward the major. If a student takes more than 9 units of
history courses to fulfill the Study Areas requirements in
General Education, he or she may count those hours beyond nine
toward the history major.

The supporting minor should be selected from foreign languages,
the humanities, the social sciences, and other subjects as may be
individually justified.

The teaching minor: 21 units, to include: 106, 107; two courses
from 101, 102, 161, 190, 272; and three upper-division courses.

The department participates in the honors program.

101. History of Western Civilization: Backgrounds and Formation
to 1648 (3) GRD I S The western heritage of ideas, values, and
artistic expression in interaction with economic, social, and
political processes and experiences.

102. History of Western Civilization: Emergence of the Modern
World - Since 1648 (3) GRD II S The western heritage of ideas,
values, and artistic expression in interaction with economic,
social, and political processes and experiences.

103. Topics in Civilization (3) I II [Rpt./9 units] Topical
approaches (e.g., slavery, imperialism) to issues in
civilization.

106. History of the United States from 1607 to 1877 (3) I II CDT
Political, economic, and social history of the American people
from the founding of colonial Jamestown to 1877.

107. History of the United States from 1877 to the Present (3) I
II CDT Political, economic, and social history of the American
people from the end of Reconstruction to the present.

117. History of England to 1603 (3) I Survey of English history
from pre-history to 1603, with emphasis on legal and
constitutional history.

118. History of England from 1603 to the Present (3) II Survey of
English history from 1603 to present, with emphasis on political
and social history.

160. Colonial Latin America (3) I Survey of the history of
Spanish America and Brazil from the Age of Discovery to
Independence.

161. Modern Latin America (3) II Survey of Latin American history
from Independence to the present.

170. Indian Civilization (3) (Identical with NES 170)

171. Ancient Civilizations of the Near East (3) I (Identical with
NES 171)

172. Islamic Civilization: Traditional and Modern Middle East (3)
II (Identical with NES 172)

174. Chinese Civilization (3) I (Identical with CHN 174)

190. Introduction to African History (3) I II S Introduction to
the major themes and social, political, cultural, and economic
developments in sub-Saharan African history. Will cover
precolonial, colonial, and postcolonial periods. (Identical with
AAS 190)

195. Colloquium
a. Debates with Historians (2) I Open to freshmen

204. Ancient History: Greek History (3) I A political, social and
cultural history of Greek civilization from the Bronze Age to the
death of Alexander the Great. (Identical with CLAS 204)

205. Ancient History: Roman History (3) II A survey of Roman
civilization from the founding of the monarchy to the emperorship
of Constantine the Great. (Identical with CLAS 205)

214a-214b. European Cultural History (3-3) 214a: Ancient Europe
to Absolutism. 214b: Age of Revolution to Present. 214a is not
prerequisite to 214b.

233. History of the Mexican American (3) I Survey from the 16th
century to the present, with emphasis on social, political and
economic trends in their historical context. (Identical with MAS
233)

236. Indians in U.S. History (3) History of Indians in U.S.
development from 1500 to the present with emphasis on relations
between competing Indian groups and between Indians and whites.

244. Western America (3) Survey of the patterns of American
expansion and settlement in the western United States.

245. Frontier America (3) Survey of the patterns of frontier
expansion and settlement in the eastern and mid-western United
States.

253a-253b. History of Women in the United States (3) Changing
role of women in American society from colonial times to the
present. (Identical with W S 253a-253b)

270. Modern East Asia: A History (3) II Historical survey of
China and Japan during the 19th and 20th centuries, along with
the factors that have influenced East Asian countries. (Identical
with EAS 270)

271. The History of Christianity (3) S The history of
Christianity is presented with its many shifts, shadows and
differing stages, from the Apostle's Council in 48, through
Vatican II (1962-65). (Identical with RELI 271)

272. Japanese Civilization (3) II The study of the evolution of
Japanese social values, aesthetic expression, religion, and
political institutions in order to understand Japan's cultural
heritage and contemporary society. (Identical with JPN 272)

312. Economy and Society in Historical Discourse (3) I Compares
historical narratives about economic theories in their contexts.

315. United States Military History (3) I Survey of American wars
from colonial times to the present; military institutions,
doctrine, application of the principles of war, campaign
strategies and tactics, technology, and leadership.

317. History of Modern Ireland (3) I II 1994-95 Survey of Irish
history from the Union in 1800 to the present; the course will
emphasize the political, cultural, and religious bases of Irish
history.

318. English Legal and Constitutional History (3) I II 1994-95
Survey of the origins and development of the English common law
from the Anglo-Saxons to the present.

332. Vietnam and the Cold War (3) S Causes and effects of
America's longest war in light of global U.S.-Soviet rivalry and
Asian nationalism.

339. Cultural Traditions, Technology and Business (3) Traces the
technological aspects of North Atlantic civilization and culture
with emphasis on the role of technology in nineteenth and
twentieth century capitalist development.

345. New American West (3) I II S The major social, political,
and economic changes in the twentieth century American West; the
commonalities and conflicts within the region.

347. The Old South (3) Social, economic, cultural and political
history from Jamestown to Secession. (Identical with AAS 347)

348. The South Since the Civil War (3) From the Civil War to the
present. (Identical with AAS 348)

351. Race and Class in Latin America (3) II The impact of
commercial expansion, urbanization, industrialization, and
ideological change on race and class relations in Latin America
from the 16th to early 20th century. (Identical with AAS 351 and
LA S 351)

352. Slavery in Latin America (3) I A broadly comparative
introduction to slavery in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Exploration of slavery, the use of slave labor, and the daily
lives of slaves and slaveowners in different settings and
different cultures. (Identical with LAS 352)

361. The U.S.-Mexico Border Region (3) I Evolution of the
borderlands since the mid-nineteenth century, with emphasis on
binational interaction and interdependence. (Identical with MAS
361 and LA S 361)

368. Colonial Mexico (3) I From discovery through the War for
Independence. (Identical with LA S 368 and MAS 368)

369. Mexico Since Independence (3) II Struggle for political,
economic and social stability; international relations, cultural
patterns. (Identical with LA S 369 and MAS 369)

370a-370b. History of the Jews (3-3) I II Survey of major
political, socioeconomic, and cultural developments in the
history of Diaspora Jewry. 370a: Modern Jewish history. 370b: The
Jew in the medieval world (to the 17th century). (Identical with
JUS 370a-370b and RELI 370a-370b)

372a-372b. History and Religion of Israel in Ancient Times (3-3)
(Identical with JUS 372a-372b)

374. The Holocaust (3) II 1993-94 Socio-economic and intellectual
roots of modern antisemitism, evolution of Nazi policy, the world
of death camps, responses of Axis and Allied governments, and
responses of the Jews. (Identical with JUS 374 and RELI 374)

375. History of China (3) (Identical with CHN 375)

376. History of China (3) Historical development of China. From
750 A.D. to 1900 A.D. (Identical with CHN 376)

377. Modern Israel (3) (Identical with JUS 377)

381a-381b. History of Muslim Societies (3-3) 381a: Rise of Islam,
creation of Islamic society and its spread to 14th century. 381b:
Evolution and global spread of Muslim societies from the 14th
century (Identical with NES 381a-381b)

384. Topics in African History (3) [Rpt] I II S Regional and/or
thematic topics in precolonial, colonial and postcolonial African
history, including oral tradition, slavery, religious movements,
health and healing, imperialism, and political economy. P, HIST
190 or consent of instructor (Identical with HIST 384)

396. Proseminar
a. Nature and Practice of History (3) I II Open to majors only;
exception by permission of department. Writing-Emphasis Course.*

396H. Honors Proseminar (3) I

401. Ancient Mesopotamia (3) I (Identical with ANTH 401) May be
convened with 501.

403a-403b. History of Greece (3-3) 403a: From prehistoric times
to the outbreak of the Peloponnesian War. 403b: From the outbreak
of the Peloponnesian War to the end of the Hellenistic Age. 403a
is not prerequisite to 403b. (Identical with CLAS 403a-403b)

404a-404b. History of Rome (3-3) 404a: The Republic to the death
of Caesar. 404b: The Empire through the reign of Constantine the
Great. 404a is not prerequisite to 404b. (Identical with CLAS
404a-404b) May be convened with 504a-504b.

405a-405b. Medieval Europe (3-3) Major institutions and trends in
Europe from the breakup of the Roman World to the 14th century.
405a is not prerequisite to 405b. P, 3 units of lower-division
European history. (Identical with RELI 405a-405b) May be convened
with 505a-505b.

406. Medieval England (3) II From the Norman conquest to the
Hundred Years War, with emphasis on political, social, and
cultural developments. P, 3 units of lower-division European
history. (Identical with RELI 406) May be convened with 506.

407a-407b. Intellectual History of Medieval Europe (3-3) Major
medieval cultural and intellectual trends. 407a: High Medieval
Europe. Emphasis on the period before 1300. 407b: Late
Medieval/Early Modern Europe. Emphasis on the period after 1300.
P, 3 units of European history. 407a is not prerequisite to 407b.
(Identical with RELI 407a-407b) May be convened with 507a-507b.

408. The Renaissance (3) I Europe between the 14th and 16th
centuries with special emphasis on Italy as the seat of the
Renaissance. Topics include the city states, humanism, the Church
in an age of Schism and secularization, Renaissance art, the New
Monarchies and European exploration and imperialism. P, 3 units
of European history. (Identical with RELI 408) May be convened
with 508.

409. The Reformation (3) II The Reformation in thought and action
both from the perspective of its religious origins and of the
political and social conditions. Analysis of its impact on
sixteenth century Europe including the spread of Protestant
reformation and its companion movement, counter-reformation.
(Identical with RELI 409) May be convened with 509.

410. History of Hell in Early Europe (3) II The concept of
punishment after death in Western Europe from the Bible to Dante.
Includes the Hebrew, Greco-Roman, Germanic, and Christian
traditions. P, 3 units of European history. (Identical with RELI
410) May be convened with 510.

411. European Social and Intellectual History to 1750 (3) I
Dominant themes in European intellectual history from the end of
the Middle Ages to the period of the Enlightenment. Reading and
discussions of texts from Petrarch to Locke. P, 3 units of any
history course. May be convened with 511.

412. European Intellectual History: 1750 to 20th Century (3) II
Dominant themes in European intellectual history from about 1750
to the 20th century. Reading and discussions of texts from David
Hume to Friedrich Nietzsche. P, 3 units of any history course.
May be convened with 512.

413. War and Peace in Europe (3) II European background to
contemporary international relations from the Congress of Vienna
through the outbreak of World War II. May be convened with 513.

414. Cultural History of Germany to 1714 (3) I The political,
social, economic and cultural history of Germany from the late
Middle Ages to about 1800. P, 3 units of any history course. May
be convened with 514.

415. Cultural History of Germany 1714 to 1989 (3) II The
political, social, economic and cultural history of Germany from
the period of the French Revolution to the present. P, 3 units of
any history course. May be convened with 515.

416. Tudor-Stuart England (3) I An intensive study of English
history from the accession of Edward IV to the Hanoverian
dynasty. (Identical with RELI 416) May be convened with 516.

417. History of Modern Britain (3) II An intensive study of
English history from the accession of George III to the present.
May be convened with 517.

418. France under the Old Regime, 1589-1789 (3) I French
political development, institutions, and culture from Henry IV to
the eve of the French Revolution. May be convened with 518.

419. The French Enlightenment (3) I Cultural history of France in
the 18th century, with emphasis on the works of the philosophers.
May be convened with 519.

420. The French Revolution and Napoleon (3) II The origins and
progress of the Revolution in France. May be convened with 520.

421. History of Russia: Early Period (3) I Political, socio-
economic, and cultural history of Russia in medieval and early
modern times. (Identical with RSS 421) May be convened with 521.

422. History of Russia: Modern Period (3) II Political, socio-
economic, and cultural history of Russia in the modern era until
the Bolshevik Revolution. (Identical with RSS 422) May be
convened with 522.

423. Intellectual History of Russia (3) II The historical
significance of social, political, and revolutionary thought in
19th- and 20th-century Russia. P, 3 units of any history course.
(Identical with RSS 423) May be convened with 523.

424. The Russian Revolutions (3) I The era of reform and
revolutions in Russia from 1890 to 1921, culminating in the
formation of the Soviet regime. P, 3 units of any history course.
(Identical with RSS 424) May be convened with 524.

425. History of the Soviet Union (3) I The Bolshevik Revolution
and problems of Soviet Russian history from 1917 to the present.
P, 3 units of any history course. (Identical with RSS 425) May be
convened with 525.

428. Antisemitism (3) II Exploration of broad range of social,
cultural, political, economic and religious issues with a
specific emphasis on questions of ethnicity and race as they
appeared in German Central Europe and in an often multinational
context in the period 1860-1920. (Identical with PSYC 428 and
RELI 428)

431. Colonial America (3) I The experience and evolving
institutions of the North Atlantic colonists from the first
landings to the end of the French and Indian War. P, 3 units of
any U.S. history survey course. May be convened with 531.

432. The Era of the American Revolution (3) II Origins, progress,
and character of the struggle against Great Britain; internal
political, constitutional, social, and economic developments; the
problems of the "Critical Period" and the making of the
Constitution. P, 3 units of any U.S. history survey course. May
be convened with 532.

433. Jefferson and the New Nation, ca. 1790-1828 (3) I Major
ideological, political economic, and social conflicts and
developments, North and South, during the first decades of the
American nation. P, junior or senior standing and 3 units of any
U.S. history course. May be convened with 533.

434. Jacksonian Era, 1828-1856 (3) I II Political, economic and
social developments from the "reign" of Andrew Jackson through
the collapse of the Whig Party in the 1850s. P, junior or senior
standing and 3 units of any U.S. history course. May be convened
with 534.

435. The Coming of the Civil War, U.S. 1845-1861 (3) I Political,
constitutional, social and economic developments in the U.S. from
the Mexican War through the Civil War. (Identical with AAS 435)
May be convened with 535.

436. Civil War and Reconstruction, U.S. 1861-1878 (3) II
Political, constitutional, economic, and military developments in
the U.S. and the Confederacy during and after the Civil War.
(Identical with AAS 436) May be convened with 536.

437. U.S. 1876-1919 The Gilded Age and Progressive Era (3)
Examination of economic, social and political developments in
years of rapid industrialization from the end of Reconstruction
through World War I. P, 3 units of any history course. May be
convened with 537.

438. U.S. 1918-1945 From World War I through World War II (3)
Prosperity, Depression and the New Deal in peace and war. May be
convened with 538.

440. United States: 1945 to Present (3) I II American society and
the role of the United States in world affairs from the Yalta
Conference to the present. P, 3 units of any history course. May
be convened with 540.

442. History of American Society and Thought: Pre-Civil War (3) I
American political, religious, cultural and philosophical ideas
as expressed in colonial, revolutionary, and pre-Civil War
society. May be convened with 542.

443. History of American Society and Thought Since the Civil War
(3) II The transformation of American minds since the Civil War
as expressed in literary, philosophic, religious, and other
cultural forms. May be convened with 543.

446. History of Arizona (3) I II Economic, social, and political
development of the state from Spanish times to present. May be
convened with 546.

449. History of American Foreign Relations to 1914 (3) I Examines
the rise of America from a struggling colony to a world class
power, including its relations with Europe, Latin America and
Asia. P, 3 units of any history course. May be convened with 549.

450. History of American Foreign Relations Since 1914 (3) II
Examines the pivotal role played by the United States in world
affairs since WWI, focusing on America's struggle with
revolutionary movements in Europe, Asia and Latin America. P, 3
units of any history course. May be convened with 550.

451. The United States and East Asia: 1840 to the Present (3) II
An examination of American interaction with Japan and China since
the Opium Wars, with special attention given to economic,
cultural, and military relations and conflicts. P, 3 units of any
history course. (Identical with EAS 451) May be convened with
551.

452. American Ethnic History (3) II A history of the various
ethnic minorities in America from Colonial times to the present,
with emphasis on adjustment, acculturation and degrees of
assimilation. P, 3 units of any history course. May be convened
with 552.

453. History of Women and Work (3) I History of women and work in
western and non-western nations from prehistoric times to the
present. P, 3 units of any history or women's studies course.
(Identical with W S 453) May be convened with 553.

454. Spanish Inquisition (3) I The Inquisition in Spanish,
European, and ethnic history; its bureaucracy and procedures; its
festivities, its victims; New and Old Christians, and witches.
(Identical with JUS 454 and RELI 454)

456. Central America: From Colonialism to Revolution (3) II
Social, economic, and political history of Central America from
colonial period to the present focusing on the origins of
contemporary crisis. (Identical with LA S 456) May be convened
with 556.

457. The Mexican Revolution (3) S A detailed examination of
Mexico's social upheaval of 1910, and its implications for
contemporary Mexican society. Offered in Guadalajara only. May be
convened with 557.

458. Feminism: A Comparative History (3) II International history
of feminism as an ideology and a political movement from the 17th
century to the present. P, 3 units of any history or women's
studies course. (Identical with W S 458) May be convened with
558.

461. The Ethnohistory of Mesoamerica and the Andes (3) II 1994-95
The impact of conquest and Spanish rule on the native peoples of
Mexico, Central American, Peru, Bolivia, and Ecuador. Topics
include: conquest and ecology; land and labor; religion and
culture; adaptation and resistance. 2R, 1D. P, (for
undergraduates) 160 or 351 or 368. May be convened with 561.

463. Asian Marxism (3) II (Identical with EAS 463) May be
convened with 563.

464. History of Argentina (3) I Survey of Argentine history and
culture from the colonial era to the present. P, junior or senior
standing and 3 units of any lower-division Latin American history
course. (Identical with LA S 464) May be convened with 564.

466. History of Brazil (3) II History of Brazil from 1500 to the
present. (Identical with LA S 466) May be convened with 566.

467. Contemporary Latin America (3) I Revolution, social change
and reaction in Latin America from 1930 to the present. P, junior
or senior standing. (Identical with LA S 467) May be convened
with 567.

468a-468b. Asia and the West (3-3) 1993-94 Processes of
interaction between Europeans and the peoples and cultures of the
Middle East, South Asia, and East Asia, from the Portuguese
explorations to the present. (Identical with NES 468a-468b) May
be convened with 568a-568b. Writing-Emphasis Course* for general
major.

469. History of Women in Latin America (3) II Women's history in
Latin America from the Conquest to the present. P, junior or
senior standing and 3 units of any lower-division Latin American
history or women's studies course. (Identical with LA S 469 and W
S 469) May be convened with 569.

470. Religious History of India (3) Development of major
religious traditions of South Asia: Vedic Religion, Buddhism,
Jainism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Islam. (Identical with NES 470
and RELI 470) May be convened with 570.

472. History of Medieval India (3) I Survey of Indian history
from the 7th century to 1750. (Identical with NES 472) May be
convened with 572.

473. History of Modern India and Pakistan: 1750-Present (3) II
Survey of political, social and economic developments in South
Asia from the mid-18th century to the present. (Identical with
NES 473) May be convened with 573. Writing-Emphasis Course* for
India-Pakistan specialization.

474a-474b-474c. History of Japan (3-3-3) Social, cultural,
economic and political history of Japan. 474a: From earliest
times to 1500. 474b: 1500-1800. 474c: 1800-present. (Identical
with JPN 474a-474b-474c). P, junior or senior standing and 3
units of any history, Chinese, Japanese or East Asian studies
course. May be convened with 574a-574b-574c. 474a-474b-474c are
Writing-Emphasis Courses* for Japan specialization.

475a-475b-475c-475d-475e. Periods in Chinese History (3-3-3-3-3)
(Identical with CHN 475a-475b-475c-475d-475e) May be convened
with 575a-575b-575c-575d-575e.

476. Modern Chinese History (3) (Identical with CHN 476) May be
convened with 576.

477a-477b. History of the Middle East (3-3) (Identical with NES
477a-477b) May be convened with 577a-577b.

478. Modern History of the Middle East (3) I (Identical with NES
478) May be convened with 578.

479. The Ottoman Empire to 1800 (3) II 1993-94 History of Ottoman
Empire from its origins through the direct Western European
impact, focusing on the political and social history of the
empire in Europe and Asia. May be convened with 579.

481. Work, Motherhood and Female Identity in America: 1945 to the
Present (3) I (Identical with W S 481) May be convened with 581.

482. Social History of China (3) (Identical with CHN 482) May be
convened with 582.

483. Gender and African History (3) I II S The history of men,
women, gender relations, and gender meanings in sub-Saharan
Africa. The importance of gender analysis, both sociological and
symbolic, to understanding African history. P, 3 units or consent
of instructor (Identical with WS 483) May be convened with 583.

488. History of Byzantium (3) II Political, social, and cultural
history of Byzantium from A.D. 325 to 1453, including the
Byzantine legacy in Europe and the Middle East. (Identical with
CLAS 488 and RELI 488) May be convened with 588.

489. Women in East Asia (3) I Women in traditional China and
Japan; analysis of changes occurring in the modern period. P,
junior or senior standing. (Identical with EAS 489 and W S 489)
May be convened with 589.

490. Philosophy of History (3) I Introduction to historical
thinking from antiquity to the present, with emphasis on ideas in
European and North American historical writings during the modern
and contemporary eras. May be convened with 590.

492. History of Sufism (3) II Origin and development of Sufism
and its impact on the Muslim and non-Muslim worlds. (Identical
with NES 492 and RELI 492) May be convened with 592.

495. Colloquium
a. Studies in Early Europe (3) [Rpt./1] I II P, one semester of
history.
b. Studies in Black America (3) I II (Identical with AAS 495b)
d. Latin American Studies Special Topics (3) [Rpt./1] (Identical
with LA S 495d, which is home) May be convened with 595d.
r. Chinese History Since 1949 (3) I II (Identical with CHN 495r,
which is home) May be convened with 595r.

*Writing-Emphasis Course. P, satisfaction of the upper-division
writing-proficiency requirement (see "Writing-Emphasis Courses"
in the Academic Guidelines section of this catalog)

501. Ancient Mesopotamia (3) I (Identical with ANTH 501) May be
convened with 401.

504a-504b. History of Rome (3-3) For a description of course
topics, see 404a-404b. Graduate-level requirements include an
additional in-depth research paper. May be convened with 404a-
404b.

505a-505b. Medieval Europe (3-3) For a description of course
topics, see 405a-405b. Graduate-level requirements include
additional work with primary and foreign-language secondary
sources. 505a is not prerequisite to 505b. May be convened with
405a-405b. P, 3 units of lower division European history.

506. Medieval England (3) II For a description of course topics,
see 406. Graduate-level requirements include additional work with
primary and foreign language secondary sources. May be convened
with 406. P, 3 units of lower division European history.

507a-507b. Intellectual History of Medieval Europe (3-3) II For a
description of course topics, see 407a-407b. Graduate-level
requirements include additional work with primary and foreign
language secondary sources. 507a is not prerequisite to 507b. May
be convened with 407a-407b. P, 3 units of lower division European
history.

508. The Renaissance (3) I For a description of course topics,
see 408. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth research
paper. May be convened with 408.

509. The Reformation (3) II For a description of course topics,
see 409. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth research
paper. May be convened with 409.

510. History of Hell in Early Europe (3) II For a description of
course topics, see 410. Graduate-level requirements include
additional work with primary and foreign language secondary
sources. May be convened with 410.

511. European Social and Intellectual History to 1750 (3) I For a
description of course topics, see 411. Graduate-level
requirements include more advanced readings and an in-depth
research paper. May be convened with 411.

512. European Intellectual History: 1750 to 20th Century (3) II
For a description of course topics, see 412. Graduate-level
requirements include an in-depth research paper. May be convened
with 412.

513. War and Peace in Europe (3) II For a description of course
topics, see 413. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth
research paper. May be convened with 413.

514. Cultural History of Germany to 1714 (3) I For a description
of course topics, see 414. Graduate-level requirements include a
research paper. May be convened with 414.

515. Cultural History of Germany 1714 to 1989 (3) II For a
description of course topics, see 415. Graduate-level
requirements include a research paper. May be convened with 415.

516. Tudor-Stuart England (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 416. Graduate-level requirements include a paper on
the historiography of a problem currently debated by historians
writing on this period. May be convened with 416.

517. History of Modern Britain (3) II For a description of course
topics, see 417. Graduate-level requirements include a paper on
the historiography of a problem currently debated by historians
writing on this period. May be convened with 417.

518. France under the Old Regime, 1589-1789 (3) I For a
description of course topics, see 418. Graduate-level
requirements include substantial additional independent reading.
May be convened with 418.

519. The French Enlightenment (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 419. Graduate-level requirements include substantial
additional independent reading. May be convened with 419.

520. The French Revolution and Napoleon (3) II For a description
of course topics, see 420. Graduate-level requirements include
substantial additional independent reading. May be convened with
420.

521. History of Russia:  Early Period (3) I For a description of
course topics, see 421. Graduate-level requirements include a
research paper. May be convened with 421.

522. History of Russia:  Modern Period (3) II For a description
of course topics, see 422. Graduate-level requirements include a
research paper. May be convened with 422.

523. Intellectual History of Russia (3) II For a description of
course topics, see 423. Graduate-level requirements include a
research paper. May be convened with 423.

524. The Russian Revolutions (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 424. Graduate-level requirements include a research
paper. May be convened with 424.

525. History of the Soviet Union (3) I For a description of
course topics, see 425. Graduate-level requirements include a
research paper. May be convened with 425.

531. Colonial America (3) I For a description of course topics,
see 431. Graduate-level requirements include different,
additional reading and reports thereon. May be convened with 431.

532. The Era of the American Revolution (3) II For a description
of course topics, see 432. Graduate-level requirements include
different, additional reading and reports thereon. May be
convened with 432.

533. Jefferson and the New Nation, ca. 1790-1828 (3) I For a
description of course topics, see 433. Graduate-level
requirements include an additional, substantial research or
historiographical paper, to be decided on in consultation with
the instructor. May be convened with 433.

534. Jacksonian Era, 1828-1856 (3) I II For a description of
course topics, see 434. Graduate-level requirements include an
additional, substantial research or historiographical paper, to
be decided on in consultation with the instructor. May be
convened with 434.

535. The Coming of the Civil War, U.S. 1845-1861 (3) I For a
description of course topics, see 435. Graduate-level
requirements include a research exercise. May be convened with
435.

536. Civil War and Reconstruction, U.S. 1861-1878 (3) II For a
description of course topics, see 436. Graduate-level
requirements include a research exercise. May be convened with
436.

537. U.S. 1876-1919 The Gilded Age and Progressive Era (3) For a
description of course topics, see 437. Graduate-level
requirements include an in-depth research paper. May be convened
with 437.

538. U.S. 1918-1945 From World War I through World War II (3) For
a description of course topics, see 438. Graduate-level
requirements include taking examinations which consist entirely
of essay questions, completing a research paper on a topic chosen
in consultation with the professor, assisting the professor in
leading discussion groups with undergraduate students over the
assigned readings, providing questions from those readings for
use by the professor in formulating quizzes for the
undergraduates, and possibly presenting a lecture to the class if
the student is nearing completion of graduate work. May be
convened with 438.

540. United States: 1945 to Present (3) I II For a description of
course topics, see 440. Graduate-level requirements include an
in-depth research paper on a topic approved by the instructor.
May be convened with 440.

542. History of American Society and Thought: Pre-Civil War (3) I
For a description of course topics, see 442. Graduate-level
requirements include an in-depth research paper. May be convened
with 442.

543. History of American Society and Thought Since the Civil War
(3) II For a description of course topics, see 443. Graduate-
level requirements include an in-depth research paper. May be
convened with 443.

546. History of Arizona (3) I II For a description of course
topics, see 446. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth
research paper on a pertinent topic. May be convened with 446.

549. History of American Foreign Relations to 1914 (3) I For a
description of course topics, see 449. Graduate-level
requirements include an in-depth research paper and additional
course readings. May be convened with 449.

550. History of American Foreign Relations since 1914 (3) For a
description of course topics, see 450. Graduate-level
requirements include an in-depth research paper and additional
course readings. May be convened with 450.

551. The United States and East Asia: 1840 to the Present (3) II
1994-95 For a description of course topics, see 451. Graduate-
level requirements include an in-depth research paper and
additional course readings. (Identical with EAS 551) May be
convened with 451.

552. American Ethnic History (3) II For a description of course
topics, see 452. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth
research paper on a topic approved by the instructor. May be
convened with 452.

553. History of Women and Work (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 453. Graduate-level requirements include writing a
lengthy research paper demonstrating a familiarity with basic
secondary works as well as investigating primary sources on a
pertinent topic. May be convened with 453.

556. Central America: From Colonialism to Revolution (3) II For a
description of course topics, see 456. Graduate-level
requirements include an extra four-page book review and a ten-
page research paper. (Identical with LA S 556) May be convened
with 456.

557. The Mexican Revolution (3) S For a description of course
topics, see 457. Graduate-level requirements include extra
readings and an in-depth research paper. Offered in Guadalajara
only. May be convened with 457.

558. Feminism: A Comparative History (3) II For a description of
course topics, see 458. Graduate-level requirements include a
lengthy research paper that will use primary materials and
demonstrate familiarity with secondary materials on their topic.
May be convened with 458.

559. History of Books and Printing (3) I (Identical with LI S
559)

561. The Ethnohistory of Mesoamerica and the Andes (3) II 1994-95
For description of course topics, see 461. Graduate-level
requirements include an additional essay. May be convened with
461.

563. Asian Marxism (3) II (Identical with EAS 563) May be
convened with 463.

564. History of Argentina (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 464. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth
research paper on an approved topic. (Identical with LA S 564)
May be convened with 464.

566. History of Brazil (3) II For a description of course topics,
see 466. Graduate-level requirements include a paper on the role
of Carlos Lacerda. (Identical with LA S 566) May be convened with
466.

567. Contemporary Latin America (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 467. Graduate-level requirements include an in-depth
paper on a topic approved by the instructor. (Identical with LA S
567) May be convened with 467.

568a-568b. Asia and the West (3-3) 1993-94 For a description of
course topics, see 468a-468b. Graduate-level requirements include
additional research or writing; see instructor for details.
(Identical with NES 568a-568b) May be convened with 468a-468b.

569. History of Women in Latin America (3) II For a description
of course topics, see 469. Graduate-level requirements include an
in-depth research paper on a topic approved by the instructor.
(Identical with LA S 569) May be convened with 469.

570. Religious History of India (3) For a description of course
topics, see 470. Graduate-level requirements include additional
research or writing; see instructor for details. (Identical with
NES 570) May be convened with 470.

572. History of Medieval India (3) I 1993-94 For a description of
course topics, see 472. Graduate-level requirements include
additional research or writing; see instructor for details.
(Identical with NES 572) May be convened with 472.

573. History of Modern India and Pakistan: 1750-Present (3) II
For a description of course topics, see 473. Graduate-level
requirements include additional research or writing; see
instructor for details. (Identical with NES 573) May be convened
with 473.

574a-574b-574c. History of Japan (3-3-3) For a description of
course topics, see 474a-474b-474c. Graduate-level requirements
include an additional research paper. (Identical with JPN 574a-
574b-574c). May be convened with 474a-474b-474c.

575a-575b-575c-575d-575e. Periods in Chinese History (3-3-3-3-3)
(Identical with CHN 575a-575b-575c-575d-575e) May be convened
with 475a-475b-475c-475d-475e.

576. Modern Chinese History (3) (Identical with CHN 576) May be
convened with 476.

577a-577b. History of the Middle East (3-3) (Identical with NES
577a-577b) May be convened with 477a-477b.

578. Modern History of the Middle East (3) I (Identical with NES
578) May be convened with 478.

579. The Ottoman Empire to 1800 (3) II 1993-94 For a description
of course topics, see 479. Graduate-level requirements include an
in-depth research paper. May be convened with 479.

581. Work, Motherhood and Female Identity in America 1945 to the
Present (3) (Identical with W S 581) May be convened with 481.

582. Social History of China (3) (Identical with CHN 582) May be
convened with 482.

583. Gender and African History (3) I II S For a description of
course topics, see 483. Graduate-level requirements will include
a research paper and additional discussion sessions. (Identical
with WS 583) May be convened with 483.

588. History of Byzantium (3) II For a description of course
topics, see 488. Graduate-level requirements include a research
paper. (Identical with CLAS 588) May be convened with 488.

589. Women in East Asia (3) I For a description of course topics,
see 489. Graduate-level requirements include an additional
research paper. (Identical with EAS 589) May be convened with
489.

590. Philosophy of History (3) I For a description of course
topics, see 490. Graduate-level requirements include a research
paper. May be convened with 490.

592. History of Sufism (3) II For a description of course topics,
see 492. Graduate-level requirements include an additional
research paper on a topic selected in consultation with the
professor. (Identical with NES 592) May be convened with 492.

595. Colloquium
d. Latin American Studies Special Topics (3) [Rpt./1] (Identical
with LA S 595d, which is home) May be convened with 495d.
r. Chinese History Since 1949 (3) II (Identical with CHN 595r,
which is home) May be convened with 495r.

596. Seminar
m. Mexican-American Heritage Bibliography -- A Library Seminar 
(3) [Rpt./6 units] I (Identical with MAS 596m, which is home)

Certain colloquia and seminars in other departments may be used
for history graduate credit.

695. Colloquium
a. Advanced Studies in United States History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
b. Advanced Studies in Latin American History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
(Identical with LA S 695b)
c. Advanced Studies in European History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
e. Advanced Studies in the History of Women (3) [Rpt./10] I II 
GRD (Identical with W S 695e)
f. Advanced Studies in Ancient History (3) [Rpt./10] II Consult
department before enrolling. (Identical with CLAS 695f)
k. Historiography (3) I II Open to majors only.
p. World History (3) II 1993-94
o. Comparative History (3) II [Rpt./6 units]

696. Seminar
a. Colonial U. S. History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
b. Nineteenth-Century U. S. History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
c. Twentieth-Century U. S. History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
d. Ancient History (3) [Rpt./10] I II
e. Medieval Europe (3) [Rpt./10] I II
f. Early Modern Europe (3) [Rpt./10] I II P, Latin and German
required.
g. Nineteenth-Century Europe (3) [Rpt./10] I II
h. Twentieth-Century Europe (3) [Rpt./10] I II
j. Latin America: Modern Period (3) [Rpt./10] I II (Identical
with LA S 596j)
k. Historical Writing and Editing (3) [Rpt./10] I II
l. Colonial Latin America (3) [Rpt./10] I II (Identical with LA S
696l)
n. Comparative Women's History (3) [Rpt./4] P, consult department
before enrolling. (Identical with W S 696n)

Certain colloquia and seminars in other departments may be used
for history graduate credit.

 


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