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Department of History;

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Department of History

history.wsu.edu
Wilson-Short 301
509-335-5139

Professor and Department Chair, S. Kale; Professors, P. Boag, W. Brecher, S. Hoch, L. Mercier, S. Peabody, M. Sutton, O. Svingen; Associate Professors, R. Bauman, B. Farley, L. Hatter, N. Kawamura, R. McCoy, J. Sanders, J. Spohnholz, R. Sun, J. Thigpen, X. Wang; Assistant Professor, A. Wright; Clinical Faculty, K. Faunce, K. Fry, L. Gerber, T. Jordan, S. Fountain, K. Phoenix, C. Stratton, C. Weller; Instructors, B. Bell, R. Chan, J. Dodson, R. Ellis, R. Franklin, S. Herzog, N. Harrington, F. Hill, M. Mann, L. Turner-Rahman, A. Whelchel; Staff, K. Anderson, J. Pike, L. Torkelson.

Offerings in the field of history may be classified as American, Asian, European, and Latin American.

The Department of History's Undergraduate Degree Program is designed to produce several outcomes. We expect students who complete the requirements for an undergraduate major in History to: 1) express sophisticated and abstract concepts clearly in writing; 2) be familiar with the nature of historical argument and methodologies; 3) frame research topics and do research at an appropriate undergraduate level; 4) have a mastery of the broad outlines of historical developments, themes, issues, and patterns; 5) develop critical thinking skills that will allow and encourage them to become life-long learners.

A major in history can be used in government service, the new specialty of public history teaching, several areas of business and industry, and many other fields. It can also be used in preparation for study of the law, the ministry, archival work, and librarianship. Double majors or complementary minors combining history with other fields are easily arranged.

The department offers courses of study leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts in History, Bachelor of Arts in Social Studies, Master of Arts in History, and Doctor of Philosophy. In cooperation with others, the department participates in the interdisciplinary Program in American Studies leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.

Undergraduate Learning Goals

  1. Thesis: To clearly state an argument, describe the topic comprehensively, and deliver all relevant information for full understanding.
  2. Source Criticism: To identify and consider the influence of historically-based contexts and assumptions.
  3. Historiography: To demonstrate awareness of the contested character of history and the historical record.
  4. Analysis of Evidence: To integrate and synthesize knowledge from multiple sources through effective qualitative and/or quantitative evidence analysis.
  5. Research Skills: To demonstrate research retrieval skills through the identification and selection of appropriate sources.
  6. Communication Skills: To communicate effectively through formal written work, oral presentations, and other media.

Preparation for Graduate Study

Students who have had basic undergraduate training in history (approximately 12 hours) and who have had undergraduate majors in such subjects as American literature, economics, anthropology, and political science may be well prepared for graduate study in several fields of specialization in history. Adequate opportunities are provided for removing deficiencies by taking appropriate courses or special examinations.

Undergraduates who are pursuing their studies at other institutions or through other curricula at this institution and who contemplate graduate work in this department should select courses similar to those required in the schedule of studies.




Schedules of Studies

Honors students complete the Honors College requirements which replace the UCORE requirements.


History - Education Option (120 Hours)

Students who wish to earn a teaching credential must apply to the Teacher Preparation Program in the College of Education. They should consult with an advisor in history about choosing additional electives that may apply toward a minor or second major and that complement a History endorsement.

To certify in the History Education option, a student must have earned at least a 2.50 cumulative GPA.

A grade of C or better is required in all history courses used to fulfill the requirements for this degree.

Students must have one year of a foreign language at the college level or two years at the high school level.
First Year
First TermHours
Biological Sciences [BSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]14
HISTORY 101 [HUM]3
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Quantitative Reasoning [QUAN]3 or 4
Second TermHours
ECONS 102 [SSCI] or POL S 101 [SSCI]3
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]3
HISTORY 102 [HUM]3
Physical Sciences [PSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14
Second Year
First TermHours
Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS] (Non-History)23
ECONS 102 [SSCI] or POL S 101 [SSCI]3
ENGLISH 201 [WRTG], 301 [WRTG], 302 [M], or 402 [WRTG]33
HISTORY 1103
HISTORY 3083
Second TermHours
200-level HISTORY course43
Diversity [DIVR] (Non-History)23
HISTORY 1113
HISTORY 1203
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
300-400-level HISTORY courses56
HISTORY 300 [M]3
TCH LRN 3013
Foreign Language, if needed60 - 4
Second TermHours
300-400-level HISTORY course56
HISTORY 422 or 4803
Integrative Capstone [CAPS]3
Foreign Language, if needed60 - 4
Third TermHours
TCH LRN 317 (Summer Session)2
Fourth Year
First TermHours
HISTORY 469 [M]3
TCH LRN 4643
TCH LRN 4653
TCH LRN 4662
Elective, if needed70 - 1
Second TermHours
ED PSYCH 4683
HISTORY 422 or 4803
TCH LRN 467 [M]3
TCH LRN 4692 - 3
TCH LRN 4703
Fifth Year
First TermHours
TCH LRN 41516
Complete History Department’s Exit Survey

Footnotes
1To meet University and College of Arts and Sciences requirements, students must take a [BSCI] course with lab and [PSCI] course with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI] and SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 102 [SCI] is offered Spring semester.
2Only 3 HISTORY courses may be used to meet UCORE requirements.
3One from ENGLISH 201, 301, 302, or 402 is required for admission to the Teacher Education Program. Students who take ENGLISH 302 will need to take an additional [WRTG] or [COMM] course.
4200-level HISTORY course: Choose one from HISTORY 230, 231, 232, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, or 275.
5History education majors must choose their 12 hours of 300-400-level electives from the following: one from early U.S.: HISTORY 411, 413, 414, 415, or 416; one from Modern U.S.: HISTORY 412, 417, 418, or 419; one from Europe: HISTORY 340, 341, 342, 350, 381, 382, 386, 440, 441, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 450, 453, 454, 455, 459, 463, 467, 468, or 489; and one from non-West: HISTORY 306, 315, 331, 335, 337, 370, 373, 374, 387, 388, 425, 430, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 439, 464, 466, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 483, 491, 492, 494, or 495.
6Two years of high school foreign language or at least two semesters of college-level foreign language are required by the College of Arts and Sciences for graduation.
7Students must take a minimum of 12 credits per semester to maintain full time status.

History - General Option (120 Hours)

36 semester hours of history is required including 6 hours of US history, 6 hours of European history, and 9 hours of Non-Western/Global history; 21 hours at the 300-400-level, which must include HISTORY 300 and 469; and a 12 hour concentration (at least 6 hours 300-400-level) in the same or in related disciplines with the advisor's approval.

It is assumed that prior to the junior year the student will have completed courses meeting UCORE and College of Arts and Sciences requirements for graduation.

A grade of C or better is required in all history courses used to fulfill the requirements for this degree.
First Year
First TermHours
Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS]3
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]3
Humanities [HUM]3
Quantitative Reasoning [QUAN]3 or 4
Electives4
Second TermHours
Communication [COMM] or Written Communication [WRTG]3
Diversity [DIVR]3
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Social Sciences [SSCI]3
Electives3
Second Year
First TermHours
Biological Sciences [BSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]14
Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS], Humanities [HUM], or Social Sciences [SSCI]3
HISTORY Electives26
Electives3
Second TermHours
Concentration Course33
Physical Sciences [PSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14
Foreign Language, if necessary, or Elective3 or 4
HISTORY Electives26
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
Concentration Course33
Foreign Language, if necessary, or Elective3 or 4
HISTORY Electives29
Second TermHours
HISTORY 300 [M]3
Concentration Course33
HISTORY Electives23
Electives46
Fourth Year
First TermHours
Concentration Course33
HISTORY Electives26
Electives46
Second TermHours
HISTORY 4693
Integrative Capstone [CAPS]3
Electives46
Complete History Department’s Exit Survey

Footnotes
1To meet University and College of Arts and Sciences requirements, students must take a [BSCI] course with lab and [PSCI] course with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI] and SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 102 [SCI] is offered Spring semester.
2History Electives – 30 credits required, minimum 15 credits at 300-400 level and one [M] course - must include 6 hours US history (HISTORY 110, 111, 150, 201, 216, 235, 280, 298, 308, 313, 314, 320, 321, 322, 390, 398, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413 [M], 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 422, 423, 486, or 496), 6 hours European history (HISTORY 101, 102, 340, 341, 342, 350, 381, 382, 386, 440, 441, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 450 [M], 453, 454, 455, 459, 462, 463 [M], 467, or 468), and 9 hours Non-Western/Global history (HISTORY 230, 231, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 306, 331, 335, 337, 370, 373, 374, 387, 388, 425, 430 [M], 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 439, 466, 472 [M], 473, 474, 475, 476 [M], 477 [M], 483, 491, 492, or 495).
3Concentration Courses (12 credits, minimum 6 credits at the 300-400-level): Courses in the same or related disciplines with the advisor’s approval. In consultation with their advisor, students are encouraged to select a concentration area that best meets their career objectives. Internal concentrations and courses include: Africa and the Middle East: HISTORY 272, 273, 274, 306, 396, 472, 473; American West: HISTORY 308, 319, 320, 398, 421, 422; Asia: HISTORY 201, 270, 271, 272, 273, 275, 306, 370, 373, 374, 387, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 479; Atlantic History: HISTORY 150, 230, 231, 235, 274, 280, 308, 314, 331, 335, 413, 414, 430, 432, 433, 434, 435, 439, 492; Diplomatic History: HISTORY 387, 388, 411, 412, 463, 466, 486, Environmental History: HISTORY 308, 409, 422, 425, 494; Europe: HISTORY 101, 102, 340, 341, 342, 350, 355, 386, 435, 436, 440, 441, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 450, 453, 454, 459, 462, 467, 468; Gender and Sexuality: HISTORY 298, 335, 336, 337, 350, 398, 399; History of Imperialism/Colonialism: HISTORY 341, 388, 413, 414, 435, 436, 439, 454, 462, 479, 491, 495; Latin America: HISTORY 230, 231, 232, 331, 335, 430, 432, 433, 434; Popular Culture and the Arts: HISTORY 130, 216, 232, 320, 321, 322, 355, 423, 444, 448, 492; Public History: HISTORY 315, 410, 427, 438, 498 (required); Race and Ethnicity: HISTORY 150, 235, 280, 298, 308, 313, 314, 315, 398; Social Movements: HISTORY 130, 313, 399, 407, 423, 426, 445; Science and Technology: HISTORY 381, 382, 400, 483, 494; United States: HISTORY 110, 111, 150, 216, 298, 308, 313, 319, 320, 326, 388, 390, 398, 399, 407, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 422, 426; War and Peace: HISTORY 386, 387, 388, 390, 416, 445, 449, 455, 464, 466, 468. Students may not use the 12-credit concentration areas to fulfill the 6 hours of US history, 6 hours of European history, and 9 hours of Non-Western/Global history required in the major.
4Electives should include sufficient 300-400-level courses to meet University requirement of 40 credits of upper division coursework.

History - Pre-Law Option (120 Hours)

36 semester hours in history is required including 6 hours of US history, 6 hours of European history, and 9 hours of Non-Western/Global history; 12 hours of 100-200-level HISTORY; 3 hours of additional HISTORY; 21 hours of 300-400-level, which must include HISTORY 300 and 469. Included in the program of study below are 30 hours of courses in communication, social sciences and humanities, economics and business that are valuable preparation for study of the law. In addition to these requirements, students are urged to elect, in consultation with their advisor, courses that complement the curriculum's broad based liberal arts education.

To certify in the history pre-law option, a student must have earned at least a 2.50 cumulative GPA.

A grade of C or better is required in all History courses used to fulfill the requirements for this major.

It is assumed that prior to the junior year that students will have completed courses meeting UCORE and College of Arts and Sciences requirements for graduation.
First Year
First TermHours
Biological Sciences [BSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]14
COM 102 [COMM]3
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]3
Humanities [HUM]3
Quantitative Reasoning [QUAN]3 or 4
Second TermHours
ANTH 101 [DIVR]3
Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS]3
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Physical Sciences [PSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14
PSYCH 105 [SSCI]3
Second Year
First TermHours
SOC 1013
Pre-Law Option3
Electives4
HISTORY Electives26
Second TermHours
Pre-Law Option36
Foreign Language, if needed, or Elective3 or 4
HISTORY Electives26
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
HISTORY 300 [M]3
Pre-Law Option36
Foreign Language, if needed, or Elective3 or 4
HISTORY Elective23
Second TermHours
Pre-Law Option33
HISTORY Electives26
300-400-level Electives6
Fourth Year
First TermHours
300-400-level Pre-Law Option33
HISTORY Electives26
300-400-level Electives6
Second TermHours
HISTORY 469 [M]3
Integrative Capstone [CAPS]3
HISTORY Elective23
300-400-level Electives3
Complete History Department’s Exit Survey

Footnotes
1To meet University and College of Arts and Sciences requirements, students must take a [BSCI] course with lab and [PSCI] course with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI] and SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 102 [SCI] is offered Spring semester.
2History Electives – 30 credits required, minimum 15 credits at 300-400 level and one [M] course - must include 6 hours US history (HISTORY 110, 111, 150, 201, 216, 235, 280, 298, 308, 313, 314, 320, 321, 322, 390, 398, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413 [M], 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 422, 423, 486, or 496), 6 hours European history (HISTORY 101, 102, 340, 341, 342, 350, 381, 382, 386, 440, 441, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 450 [M], 453, 454, 455, 459, 462, 463 [M], 467, or 468), and 9 hours Non-Western/Global history (HISTORY 230, 231, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 306, 331, 335, 337, 370, 373, 374, 387, 388, 425, 430 [M], 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 439, 466, 472 [M], 473, 474, 475, 476 [M], 477 [M], 483, 491, 492, or 495).
3Pre-Law requirements (may also fulfill UCORE requirements) – Political Science: POL S 300 and two courses from POL S 101, 102, or 206; Business/Accounting: two courses from ECONS 101, 102, 198, ACCTG 230, or B LAW 210; Social Sciences/Humanities: one course from PHIL 201, 360, 370, or 470; English: one course from ENGLISH 201, 301 or 402 [M].

Social Studies - Education Option (132 Hours)

Social Studies is a major for students who plan to earn both a BA and a teaching endorsement in the multidisciplinary fields of history and the social sciences: anthropology, economics, geography, political science, psychology, sociology. Social Studies majors who wish to earn a teaching credential must apply to the Teacher Preparation Program in the College of Education. They should consult with an advisor in history about choosing additional electives that may apply toward a minor or second major and that complement a Social Studies endorsement.

To certify in Social Studies, a student must have earned at least a 2.50 cumulative GPA.

A grade of C or better is required in all history courses used to fulfill the requirements for this degree.

Students must have one year of a foreign language at the college level or two years at the high school level.
First Year
First TermHours
Biological Sciences [BSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI]14
Creative & Professional Arts [ARTS] (Non-History)23
ENGLISH 101 [WRTG]3
HISTORY 101 [HUM]3
Quantitative Reasoning [QUAN]3 or 4
Second TermHours
ANTH 101 [DIVR] or 203 [DIVR]3
HISTORY 102 [HUM]3
HISTORY 105 [ROOT]3
Physical Sciences [PSCI] with lab or SCIENCE 102 [SCI]14
SOC 101 [SSCI]3
Second Year
First TermHours
200-level HISTORY course33
ECONS 1023
HISTORY 110 3
POL S 101 [SSCI] 3
Foreign Language, if needed40-4
Second TermHours
ENGLISH 201 [WRTG], 301 [WRTG], 302 [M], or 402 [WRTG]53
HISTORY 1113
HISTORY 1203
HISTORY 3083
Foreign Language, if needed40-4
Complete Writing Portfolio
Third Year
First TermHours
ANTH/PSYCH/SOC Elective63
ECONS Elective73
European History Elective83
HISTORY 300 [M] or SOC 3203
TCH LRN 3013
Second TermHours
Geography Elective93
HISTORY 4223
HISTORY 469 [M]3
POL S Elective103
Third TermHours
TCH LRN 317 (Summer Session)2
Fourth Year
First TermHours
Integrative Capstone [CAPS]23
Non-Western/Global History Elective113
TCH LRN 4643
TCH LRN 4653
TCH LRN 4662
Second TermHours
American History Elective123
ED PSYCH 4683
HISTORY 4803
TCH LRN 467 [M]3
TCH LRN 4692 - 3
TCH LRN 4703
Fifth Year
First TermHours
TCH LRN 41516
Complete History Department’s Exit Survey

Footnotes
1To meet University and College of Arts and Sciences requirements, students must take a [BSCI] course with lab and [PSCI] course with lab or SCIENCE 101 [SCI] and SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 101 [SCI] is offered Fall semester and is a prerequisite for SCIENCE 102 [SCI]. SCIENCE 102 [SCI] is offered Spring semester.
2Only 3 HISTORY courses may be used to meet UCORE requirements.
3200-level HISTORY course: Choose one from HISTORY 230, 231, 232, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, or 275.
4Two years of high school foreign language or at least two semesters of college-level foreign language are required by the College of Arts and Sciences for graduation.
5One from ENGLISH 201, 301, 302, or 402 is required for admission to the Teacher Education Program. Students who take ENGLISH 302 will need to take an additional [WRTG] or [COMM] course.
6ANTH/PSYCH/SOC Electives (3 credits required): Approved courses include ANTH 307, 316, 320, 330, 331, 350, PSYCH 310, 324, 361, 470, SOC 320, 351, 384, and 430. Courses may not be used to fulfill more than one major requirement.
7ECONS Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include ECONS 320, 327, 404, 427, 428, and 430.
8European History Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include HISTORY 340, 341, 342, 350, 381, 382, 386, 440, 441, 444, 445, 447, 448, 449, 450 [M], 453, 454, 455, 459, 462, 463 [M], 467, and 468.
9Geography Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include ANTH 309, HISTORY 319, 495, and TCH LRN 487.
10POL S Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include POL S 300, 316, 427, 450, and 455.
11Non-Western/Global History Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include HISTORY 306, 331, 335, 337, 370, 373, 374, 387, 388, 425, 430 [M], 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 439, 464, 466, 472 [M], 473, 474, 475, 476 [M], 477 [M], 483, 491, 492, 494, and 495.
12American History Elective (3 credits required): Approved courses include HISTORY 313, 314, 315, 319, 320, 321, 322, 390, 398, 409, 410, 411, 412, 413 [M], 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 421, 423, and 486.


Minors

History

A minor in history requires 18 hours, 9 of which must be in 300-400-level courses taken in residence at WSU or through WSU-approved education abroad or educational exchange courses.  A grade of C or better is required in all course work for the minor.



Courses

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History (HISTORY)

Summer 2018 Fall 2018 Spring 2019 


101 [HUM] Classical and Christian Europe 3 Survey of Europe, from 1000 B.C.E. to 1650 C.E. including Greece and Rome, Medieval Europe, the Renaissance and Reformation. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

102 [HUM] Modern Europe 3 European history and its impact upon the global community from the seventeenth through twentieth centuries. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

105 [ROOT] The Roots of Contemporary Issues 3 Foundational first-year course that explores the deep historical roots of global contemporary issues relevant to students' lives in the 21st century. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 105 and 305. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

110 [HUM] American History to 1877 3 Social, economic, cultural history of British mainland colonies/United States to 1877. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

111 [HUM] American History Since 1877 3 Social, economic, cultural history of United States, 1877 to present. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

120 [DIVR] World History I 3 Integrated study of political, social, cultural, economic, environmental and religious systems among peoples and civilization prior to 1500 CE. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

121 [HUM] World History II 3 Integrated study of political, social, cultural, economic, environmental and religious systems among peoples and civilization after 1500 CE. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

130 [DIVR] History of Organized Crime in America 3 Role and impact of the rise of organized crime in the United States. Typically offered Fall.

150 [DIVR] Peoples of the United States 3 Examination of the peoples of the United States from the beginnings of the colonial era to the present.

201 Asian Pacific American History 3 Historical experience of Asian/Pacific Americans since the 19th century. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 211, HISTORY 201).

201 (Effective through Summer 2018) Asian Pacific American History 3 Historical experience of Asian/Pacific Americans since the 19th century. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 211, HISTORY 201).

216 Introduction to American Cultural Studies 3 Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of American cultures and the field of American studies. (Crosslisted course offered as AMER ST 216, ENGLISH 216, HISTORY 216, WOMEN ST 216).

216 (Effective through Summer 2018) Introduction to American Cultural Studies 3 Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of American cultures and the field of American studies. (Crosslisted course offered as AMER ST 216, ENGLISH 216, HISTORY 216, WOMEN ST 216).

230 [HUM] Introduction to Latin American History 3 Overview of the most significant events, social and ethnic groups, practices, and institutions of colonial and modern Latin America.

230 (Effective through Fall 2018) [HUM] Latin America, The Colonial Period 3 Overview of the most significant events, social and ethnic groups, practices, and institutions of colonial Latin America.

231 (Effective through Fall 2018) [HUM] Latin America, The National Period 3 Analysis of challenges faced by Latin America in nation-building after independence throughout the nineteenth century, through case studies.

232 [ARTS] The Mexican Revolution and the Arts 3 The history of the Mexican Revolution 1910-1920 and its influence on the Arts from 1920-1940.

235 [HUM] African American History 3 History of African Americans in the US with emphasis upon major themes of the Black experience. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 235, HISTORY 235).

235 (Effective through Summer 2018) [HUM] African American History 3 History of African Americans in the US with emphasis upon major themes of the Black experience. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 235, HISTORY 235, WOMEN ST 235).

270 [DIVR] India: History and Culture 3 Survey of South Asian history, societies and cultures - development of civilization and contemporary societies of India and South Asia. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 270, ASIA 270).

271 [DIVR] Southeast Asian History: Vietnam to Indonesia 3 Historical introduction to Southeast Asian social, religious, political, economic and cultural institutions including Vietnam, Thailand, Burma, the Philippines and Indonesia. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 271, ASIA 271).

272 [DIVR] Introduction to Middle Eastern History 3 History of the Middle East from Muhammad to the present; political and religious development and the impact of empires. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 272, ASIA 272).

273 [DIVR] Foundations of Islamic Civilization 3 Islamic civilization presented through the main ideas, institutions and cultural forms; Golden Age of Islam and Muslim contributions to world civilizations. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 273, ASIA 273).

274 [DIVR] Introduction to African History 3 Survey of the history of Africa from human origins to present.

275 [DIVR] Introduction to East Asian Culture 3 Survey of East Asia (China, Japan, Korea, and others) history from 1766 BCE to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 275, ASIA 275).

280 Race and the Law in American History 3 Introduction to the role of the law in American race-relations since 1750. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 280, HISTORY 280).

280 (Effective through Summer 2018) Race and the Law in American History 3 Introduction to the role of the law in American race-relations since 1750. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 280, HISTORY 280).

298 [DIVR] History of Women in American Society 3 Exploration of the many roles women have played in American society from the Colonial period through the twentieth century. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 298, WOMEN ST 298).

298 (Effective through Summer 2018) [DIVR] History of Women in American Society 3 Exploration of the many roles women have played in American society from the Colonial period through the twentieth century. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 298, WOMEN ST 298).

300 [M] Writing about History 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in History; sophomore standing. Historical topics, use of sources, analytical thought, and precision in language. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

300 (Effective through Summer 2018) [M] Writing about History 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in History; sophomore standing. Historical topics, use of sources, analytical thought, and precision in language. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

305 [ROOT] Roots of Contemporary Issues For Transfer Students 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Historical roots of global contemporary issues relevant to students' lives in the 21st century. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 105 and 305. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

306 Cultures and Peoples of the Middle East 3 Contemporary Arab cultures in a historical perspective within the framework of Western-Middle Eastern relations. (Crosslisted course offered as ANTH 306, ASIA 306, HISTORY 306).

308 [DIVR] North American Indian History, Precontact to Present 3 Traces American Indians from precontact to the present against the backdrop of sovereignty, treaty rights, and trust responsibility. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

313 [SSCI] Black Freedom Struggle 3 Historic exploration of black resistance focusing on nationwide movement that developed following World War II. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 335, HISTORY 313).

313 (Effective through Summer 2018) [SSCI] Black Freedom Struggle 3 Historic exploration of black resistance focusing on nationwide movement that developed following World War II. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 335, HISTORY 313).

314 [DIVR] American Roots: Immigration, Migration, and Ethnic Identity 3 An analysis of immigration to migration within the US including political and social consequences and the experiences of ethnic groups since the early 19th century.

315 Poverty and Policy in American History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Poverty in America and attempts to ameliorate it including race/ gender and poverty and poverty policy.

319 Geographical History of the US 3 Perspectives on the geographical history of the U.S. from early times to the present.

320 [ARTS] Modern US History Through Film 3 Analysis of modern American history through the lens of film. Typically offered Odd Years - Spring.

321 [DIVR] US Popular Culture, 1800 to 1930 3 Sports, early movies and radio, vaudeville, minstrel shows, circuses, Wild West shows, music, and other popular arts in historical context.

322 [DIVR] US Popular Culture Since 1930 3 Movies, radio, television, sports, music, and other popular arts in historical context.

326 Abraham Lincoln and the Lincoln Legacy 3 Broad overview of the life, presidency and legacy of Abraham Lincoln.

331 [HUM] Latin American Cultural History 3 Analysis of the contact between Native Americans, Europeans, Africans, and others and the cultural ramifications that have ensued.

335 [DIVR] Women in Latin American History 3 Survey of women's changing roles throughout Latin America from pre colonial to present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 335, WOMEN ST 335).

335 (Effective through Summer 2018) [DIVR] Women in Latin American History 3 Survey of women's changing roles throughout Latin America from pre colonial to present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 335, WOMEN ST 335).

336 History of Sexualities 3 Historical analysis of the social construction of sexualities in intersection with race and class within national and transnational contexts. (Crosslisted course offered as WOMEN ST 336, HISTORY 336).

336 (Effective through Summer 2018) History of Sexualities 3 Historical analysis of the social construction of sexualities in intersection with race and class within national and transnational contexts. (Crosslisted course offered as WOMEN ST 336, HISTORY 336).

337 Women in the Ancient World 3 Role of women in ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Israel, Greece, and Rome; focus on the formation of western attitudes toward women.

340 [HUM] Ancient Greece 3 History and culture of pre Christian Greek civilization.

341 [HUM] Ancient Rome 3 History and culture of the Roman world from the independence of the city to the onset of the medieval order.

342 History of England to 1485 3 English history; intellectual and cultural development.

350 European Women's History, 1400-1800 3 Women's experiences in Europe from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment and the ideas and roles that shaped their opportunities. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 350, WOMEN ST 350).

350 (Effective through Summer 2018) European Women's History, 1400-1800 3 Women's experiences in Europe from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment and the ideas and roles that shaped their opportunities. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 350, WOMEN ST 350).

355 [HUM] History of European Popular Culture 3 The transformation of Europe's popular culture (music, games, stories, beliefs) through social, religious, print, and industrial revolutions.

370 History of Ancient and Medieval India 3 Historical development to 1500 CE of states, religions, caste society, gender customs and social ecology in India. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 370, ASIA 370).

373 [HUM] Chinese Civilization 3 Growth of Chinese civilization from the Bronze Age to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 373, ASIA 373).

374 [HUM] Japanese Civilization 3 Overview of Japanese history from the Stone Age to the present, including political, social, economic, and cultural history. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 374, ASIA 374).

380 Introduction to Social Studies Methods 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in History or Social Studies. Introduction to the content, pedagogy, and state requirements of teaching history and social studies at the secondary level. Typically offered Fall.

381 Science in Western Civilization Through Newton 3 Development of Western science and its influence on European culture and society.

382 [HUM] History of Science and Technology Since Newton 3 Development of modern science and its influence on Western culture and society.

386 World War II in Europe 3 Causes for war; military operations; economic mobilization; social and cultural change; occupation and resistance; the Holocaust; the legacy of war.

387 World War II in Asia and the Pacific 3 Imperial rivalries in Asia; Japanese militarism; military, ideological and social aspects of the war; the atomic bomb; memory of the war. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 387, ASIA 387).

388 US and Vietnam 3 Course and consequences of US involvement in Indo-China, focusing on the causes and conduct of the US Vietnam conflict from 1945-1997.

390 U.S. Military History 3 American military history from 1630 to the present. Themes will include civil military relations, the conduct of war, and political-military relations.

395 Topics in History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Analytical study of selected historical movements and events. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

396 Topics in African History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Analytical study of selected African historical movements and events.

398 [DIVR] History of Women in the American West 3 The multicultural history of women in the west through women's literature, archives, and oral history. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 398, WOMEN ST 398).

398 (Effective through Summer 2018) [DIVR] History of Women in the American West 3 The multicultural history of women in the west through women's literature, archives, and oral history. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 398, WOMEN ST 398).

399 [DIVR] Lesbian and Gay History: Culture, Politics and Social Change in the US 3 History and theory of same-sex sexuality in the United States including identity formation, community development, politics and culture. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 399, WOMEN ST 399).

399 (Effective through Summer 2018) [DIVR] Lesbian and Gay History: Culture, Politics and Social Change in the US 3 History and theory of same-sex sexuality in the United States including identity formation, community development, politics and culture. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 399, WOMEN ST 399).

400 History in Media 3 Representation of historical people and events through different media e.g., text, film, video, and computers.

407 Religion and American Culture 3 American religions from pre-contact times to the present focusing on the evolution of religious faiths.

409 [CAPS] American Environmental History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. A history of environmental change, ideas of nature, natural resource development, conservation politics, science and environmental policy.

410 History of American Indian Sovereignty and Federal Indian Law 3 The history of sovereignty and Federal Indian Law against the backdrop of treaties and trust responsibility. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 410, ANTH 410, POL S 410).

411 American Diplomatic History, 1776-1914 3 Policies and principles characteristic of American diplomacy from 1776 to 1914. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 411 and HISTORY 511. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

412 American Diplomatic History in the 20th Century 3 Credit not granted for both HISTORY 412 and HISTORY 512. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

413 [M] Early American History to 1750 3 The cultures and interactions of Native Americans, Europeans, and Africans; development of colonial American societies and institutions.

414 The Era of the American Revolution 3 The origins of the American Revolution, the War of Independence, and the emergence of republican government and society.

415 Jeffersonian-Jacksonian America 3 Social and political history of the United States from 1789 to 1845; Jeffersonian and Jacksonian eras. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 415 and HISTORY 515. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

416 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 The Civil War as a problem in historical causation and social, political, and economic impact of the war. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 416 and HISTORY 516. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

417 [CAPS] Rise of Modern America 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Major historical and cultural developments, issues, interpretations, and debates of importance during the Gilded Age and Progressive Era.

418 [HUM] United States, 1914-1945 3 America through World War I, cultural tensions of the Twenties, and the crises of Depression and WWII.

419 [HUM] United States, 1945-Present 3 International and domestic impact of the Cold War, era of McCarthyism, American aspirations, tensions and conflicts in the post-industrial era. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 419 and HISTORY 519. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

421 The American West 3 Multicultural exploration of the frontier experience and western America; environment, economic development, gender, class and race emphasized. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 421 and HISTORY 521. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

422 History of the Pacific Northwest 3 Political, social economic and environmental history of the Pacific Northwest. Fulfills the teaching certification requirement for Washington state history. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 422 and HISTORY 522. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

423 Radicals, Reformers, and Romantics: The Impact 3 Changing thought and its impact in the United States from colonial times to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 423 and HISTORY 523. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

425 The City in History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Description and comparison of the city through history in European and one or more non-Western cultures.

426 Workers Across North America 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. International interactions between workers and labor unions in Mexico, Canada and the US. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 426, HISTORY 426).

426 (Effective through Summer 2018) Workers Across North America 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. International interactions between workers and labor unions in Mexico, Canada and the US. (Crosslisted course offered as CES 426, HISTORY 426).

427 [M] Public History: Theory and Methodology 3 An introduction to the broad range of non-traditional careers in history. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 427 and HISTORY 527. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

430 [M] History of Mexico 3 War of independence, 19th century Mexico and the liberal-conservative struggle; modern Mexico since the Revolution of 1910. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 430 and HISTORY 530. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

432 [HUM] 20th Century Latin America 3 Contemporary history of Latin America, analyzing political, economic, social, and cultural history through a thematic, comparative approach. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 432 and HISTORY 532. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

433 History of Cuba and the Caribbean 3 Historical development of the Caribbean, with emphasis on Cuba, from the Spanish arrival to Castro's revolution.

434 Revolution in Latin America 3 Social and political development in Central America; reasons for dictatorships and revolutionary movements; comparison with other Latin American regions.

435 [CAPS] European Expansion Overseas, 1400-1800 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. The factors underlying European overseas expansion before 1800 and its impact on indigenous societies and world trading patterns.

436 [CAPS] Imperialism in the Modern World 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. History of imperialism (colonial, economic, territorial, cultural) since 1800 as a global phenomenon.

438 Topics in Public History V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 hours. Public history applications, methods and careers in specific public history fields.

439 Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation in World History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. History of slavery and abolition as a world-wide phenomena; trends and debates in historiographical literature. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 439 and HISTORY 539. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

440 [HUM] The Early Middle Ages, 330-1050 3 Western Europe, the Byzantine Empire, and Islam from the dissolution of classical Roman civilization to the 11th century revival.

441 The Later Middle Ages, 1050-1500 3 Western European and Byzantine civilizations from the 11th century revival to the advent of the Renaissance in the West.

444 [CAPS] The Renaissance 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Political, cultural, and religious history of Europe, 1300-1500.

445 The Reformation 3 Political, cultural, and religious history of Europe, 1500-1650.

447 [HUM] Europe in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, 1789 to 1815 3 The history of Europe during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era (1789-1815). Credit not granted for both HISTORY 447 and HISTORY 547. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

448 Modern Europe as Reflected In Art 3 Early Modern Europe as reflected in architecture and the visual arts.

449 Europe and Two World Wars, 1914-1945 3 Political, intellectual, economic, and international aspects of European life during and between two world wars. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 449 and HISTORY 549. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

450 [HUM] [M] Europe Since 1945 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Europe from the end of World War II to the present; the Cold War, European integration, the fall of communism, social and intellectual life. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 450 and HISTORY 550. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

453 Age of Revolution: Europe, 1815-1871 3 The consolidation of industrial society and the nation-state in 19th-century Europe. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 453 and HISTORY 553. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

454 [HUM] Age of Empire: Europe, 1871-1914 3 Consolidation of the nation-state, socialism and nationalism, war and imperialism, the Russian Revolution, and the outbreak of World War I. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 454 and HISTORY 554. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

455 The Great War 1914 - 1920 3 Political, social and cultural history of the first global war from the Sarajevo assassination through the post-war peace settlements.

459 Modern Britain 3 Britain and the Empire from the Napoleonic wars to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 459 and HISTORY 559. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

462 History of Imperial Russia 3 History and culture of Imperial Russia from Peter the Great to the 1905 revolution. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 462, RUSSIAN 462).

462 (Effective through Summer 2018) History of Imperial Russia 3 History and culture of Imperial Russia from Peter the Great to the 1905 revolution. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 462, RUSSIAN 462).

463 [M] History of the Soviet Union 3 The Russian revolutions and the Soviet regime: 1905 to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 463, RUSSIAN 463). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

463 (Effective through Summer 2018) [M] History of the Soviet Union 3 The Russian revolutions and the Soviet regime: 1905 to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 463, RUSSIAN 463). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

464 Comparative Genocide 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Study of the concepts, history, and consequences of genocide in the global perspective through theoretical and case study analysis. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 464 and HISTORY 564. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

466 History of the Cold War, 1944-present 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Exploration of the 50 year cold conflict between the US and USSR and its political, social, economic, and cultural consequences for the world.

467 Modern France 3 The history of France from the revolution of 1789 to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 467 and HISTORY 567. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

468 Hitler and Nazi Germany 3 Origins and rise of Nazism; state, society and culture in the Third Reich; Nazi racial ideology; world war; the Holocaust. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 468 and HISTORY 568. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

469 [M] Seminar in History 3 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: HISTORY 300 with a C or better; certified major in History. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

469 (Effective through Summer 2018) [M] Seminar in History 3 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: HISTORY 300 with a C or better; certified major in History. Typically offered Fall and Spring.

472 [M] The Middle East Since World War I 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Developments in the Middle East since World War I including nationalism, fundamentalism, and revolution. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 472, ASIA 472). Credit not granted for more than one of HISTORY 472/572 and ASIA 472. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

473 The Middle East and the West 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. East-west tensions in the context of historical relations between the Middle East and West Europe since the rise of Islam. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 473, ASIA 473).

473 (Effective through Spring 2018) The Middle East and the West 3 East-west tensions in the context of historical relations between the Middle East and West Europe since the rise of Islam. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 473, ASIA 473).

474 [CAPS] Modern South Asia: Community and Conflict 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Historical transformation of communities and communal conflicts in modern South ASIA from 1500 to present; themes: caste, religion, geography, environment and economy. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 474, ASIA 474).

475 The People's Republic of China, 1949 to Present 3 The major political, social, economic and cultural developments during the People's Republic of China. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 475, ASIA 475, POL S 475).

475 (Effective through Fall 2018) Mao to Deng: The People's Republic of China, 1949 - Present 3 The major political, social, economic and cultural developments during the People's Republic of China. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 475, ASIA 475, POL S 475).

476 [M] Revolutionary China, 1800 to Present 3 Continuity and change in the political, social, cultural and economic experience of China since 1800. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 476, ASIA 476, POL S 476).

477 [DIVR] [M] Modern Japanese History 3 Examination of political, socioeconomic and cultural changes and the international crises in modern Japan since the 19th century. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 477, ASIA 477). Credit not granted for both HISTORY 477 and HISTORY 577. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

478 [M] The Two Koreas in the Modern World 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Korean history, society, and culture with an emphasis on the two Koreas' standing within the global order. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 478, ASIA 478.) Typically offered Odd Years - Spring.

479 [SSCI] History of East Asian Economic Development Since 1945 3 The historical relationships between politics and economics in East Asian since 1945. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 479, ASIA 479).

480 Methods of Teaching Social Studies 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in History or Social Studies. Methods, resources, selection of content, past and present issues in social studies education.

480 (Effective through Summer 2018) Methods of Teaching Social Studies 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in History or Social Studies. Methods, resources, selection of content, past and present issues in social studies education.

483 [CAPS] Medicine, Science, and Technology in World History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. The emergence of modern technological society with emphasis on scientific development and exchange among world civilizations across history.

486 United States Foreign Relations 3 Ends and means in foreign policy; organization, management, control, and current policy issues. (Crosslisted course offered as POL S 427, HISTORY 486).

491 History of World Trade 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. The evolution of the institutions, conditions, and consequences of world trade after 1000.

492 [CAPS] Cultural Appetites: Food in World History 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. What food selection and preparation reveals about cultural integration around the world from the medieval era to the present.

494 Global Environmental History 3 Historical dynamics of human communities and their ecological settings.

495 [CAPS] Space, Place, and Power in History: Historical Geography in Global Perspective 3 Course Prerequisite: Senior standing. Introduction to the discipline of historical geography; geographical and spatial approaches to European, North American, and Asian history.

497 Seminar 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours.

498 History Internship V 1-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Course Prerequisite: Certified major or minor in History. Participation as intern in public or private sectors. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 498 and HISTORY 598. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

509 Field Course: Foundations in US History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Chronological readings in US history.

510 Field Course in American History 3 May be repeated for credit. Readings and interpretive problems of American history.

511 American Diplomatic History, 1776-1914 3 Policies and principles characteristic of American diplomacy from 1776 to 1914. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 411 and HISTORY 511. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

512 American Diplomatic History in the 20th Century 3 Credit not granted for both HISTORY 412 and HISTORY 512. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

515 Jeffersonian-Jacksonian America 3 Social and political history of the United States from 1789 to 1845; Jeffersonian and Jacksonian eras. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 415 and HISTORY 515. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

516 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 The Civil War as a problem in historical causation and social, political, and economic impact of the war. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 416 and HISTORY 516. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

519 [HUM] United States, 1945-Present 3 International and domestic impact of the Cold War, era of McCarthyism, American aspirations, tensions and conflicts in the post-industrial era. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 419 and HISTORY 519. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

520 Field Course in the American West 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in the history of the American West.

521 The American West 3 Multicultural exploration of the frontier experience and western America; environment, economic development, gender, class and race emphasized. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 421 and HISTORY 521. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

522 History of the Pacific Northwest 3 Political, social economic and environmental history of the Pacific Northwest. Fulfills the teaching certification requirement for Washington state history. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 422 and HISTORY 522. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

523 Radicals, Reformers, and Romantics: The Impact 3 Changing thought and its impact in the United States from colonial times to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 423 and HISTORY 523. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

524 Seminar in the American West 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Research seminar in the history of the American West.

525 Seminar in American History 3 May be repeated for credit. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

527 [M] Public History: Theory and Methodology 3 An introduction to the broad range of non-traditional careers in history. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 427 and HISTORY 527. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

528 Seminar in Public History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. The development of skills at the graduate level to be used in nontraditional careers for historians.

529 Interpreting History through Material Culture 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Historical interpretation to work on major historic preservation and museum projects.

530 [M] History of Mexico 3 War of independence, 19th century Mexico and the liberal-conservative struggle; modern Mexico since the Revolution of 1910. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 430 and HISTORY 530. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

532 [HUM] 20th Century Latin America 3 Contemporary history of Latin America, analyzing political, economic, social, and cultural history through a thematic, comparative approach. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 432 and HISTORY 532. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

535 Field Course in Latin American History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in Latin American history.

539 Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation in World History 3 History of slavery and abolition as a world-wide phenomena; trends and debates in historiographical literature. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 439 and HISTORY 539. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

540 Seminar in History 3 May be repeated for credit.

547 [HUM] Europe in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, 1789 to 1815 3 The history of Europe during the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era (1789-1815). Credit not granted for both HISTORY 447 and HISTORY 547. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

549 Europe and Two World Wars, 1914-1945 3 Political, intellectual, economic, and international aspects of European life during and between two world wars. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 449 and HISTORY 549. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

550 [HUM] [M] Europe Since 1945 3 Europe from the end of World War II to the present; the Cold War, European integration, the fall of communism, social and intellectual life. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 450 and HISTORY 550. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

553 Age of Revolution: Europe, 1815-1871 3 The consolidation of industrial society and the nation-state in 19th-century Europe. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 453 and HISTORY 553. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

554 [HUM] Age of Empire: Europe, 1871-1914 3 Consolidation of the nation-state, socialism and nationalism, war and imperialism, the Russian Revolution, and the outbreak of World War I. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 454 and HISTORY 554. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

559 Modern Britain 3 Britain and the Empire from the Napoleonic wars to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 459 and HISTORY 559. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

560 Field Course in Early European History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Readings and issues in early European history.

561 Field Course in Early Modern European History 3 Readings and interpretive problems in early modern European history (1450 - 1750).

563 [M] History of the Soviet Union 3 The Russian revolutions and the Soviet regime: 1905 to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 463, RUSSIAN 463). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

563 (Effective through Summer 2018) [M] History of the Soviet Union 3 The Russian revolutions and the Soviet regime: 1905 to the present. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 463, RUSSIAN 463). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

564 Comparative Genocide 3 Study of the concepts, history, and consequences of genocide in the global perspective through theoretical and case study analysis. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 464 and HISTORY 564. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

567 Modern France 3 The history of France from the revolution of 1789 to the present. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 467 and HISTORY 567. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

568 Hitler and Nazi Germany 3 Origins and rise of Nazism; state, society and culture in the Third Reich; Nazi racial ideology; world war; the Holocaust. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 468 and HISTORY 568. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

569 Field Course in Modern European History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in modern European history. Cooperative: Open to UI degree-seeking students.

570 World History Theory and Methods 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Historiographic overview of the field of world history.

571 Topics in World History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Readings in themes and literature of a global approach to history.

572 [M] The Middle East Since World War I 3 Developments in the Middle East since World War I including nationalism, fundamentalism, and revolution. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 472, ASIA 472). Credit not granted for more than one of HISTORY 472/572 and ASIA 472. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

573 Field Course in African History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in African history.

575 Field Course in Women's History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in women's history.

577 [DIVR] [M] Modern Japanese History 3 Examination of political, socioeconomic and cultural changes and the international crises in modern Japan since the 19th century. (Crosslisted course offered as HISTORY 477, ASIA 477). Credit not granted for both HISTORY 477 and HISTORY 577. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

578 Field Course in Asian History 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Readings and interpretive problems in Asian history.

580 Historiography 3

595 The Teaching of History in College 3 Theory, problems, and methods of teaching history at the college level.

596 Topics in American Studies 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. American Studies Summer Institute. (Crosslisted course offered as AMER ST 596, HISTORY 596).

596 (Effective through Summer 2018) Topics in American Studies 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. American Studies Summer Institute. (Crosslisted course offered as AMER ST 596, HISTORY 596).

597 Seminar in History V 2-3 May be repeated for credit.

598 History Internship V 1-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Participation as intern in public or private sectors. Credit not granted for both HISTORY 498 and HISTORY 598. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

599 History Colloquium 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Weekly discussions and presentations on historical topics or current faculty and graduate student research. S, F grading.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. S, F grading.

700 Master's Research, Thesis, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their master's research, thesis and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 700 credit. S, U grading.

702 Master's Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research in special problems, directed study, and/or examination credit for students in a non-thesis master's degree program. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 702 credit. S, U grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admitted to the History PhD program. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. S, U grading.

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