Fall 2020 Graduate Course Schedule

GRADUATE REGISTRATION INFORMATION

LITERATURE OF THE FIELD COURSES

HIST-GA 1201 Literature of the Field: Colonial Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST-GA 1600 Early American Lit of the Field

APPROACHES COURSES

HIST-GA 2168 Approaches to History (MA)

HIST-GA 3603 Approaches to Historical Research and Writing

Workshops

HIST-GA 3803 Atlantic History Workshop

GRADUATE COURSES

HIST-GA 1001 Political Economy of Empires

HIST-GA 1050 Readings in Environmental History

HIST-GA 1144 State Theory

HIST-GA 1156 What Is Europe?

HIST-GA 1191 Alternatives to Liberal Capitalism

HIST-GA 1209 19th Century France and Its Empire

HIST-GA 1300 The Soviet Union and Successor States

HIST-GA 2028 Social theory of west africa

HIST-GA 2162 History of Capitalism in Modern Japan

HIST-GA 2294 Writing Gender Histories

HIST-GA 2540 Concepts of Time and Power

HIST-GA 2702 The Agrarian Question in Modern History

HIST-GA 2707 Marx's Capital

HIST-GA 2707.002 World War II

DHSS-GA 1120 Introduction to Programing

ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC HISTORY

HIST-GA 1010 Introduction to Archives

HIST-GA 1011 Digital Archives

HIST-GA 1750 Introduction to Public History

HIST-GA 2031 Advanced Archival Description

HIST-GA 2033 Creating Digital History

HIST-GA 3013 Research in Archives and Public History

HIST-GA 3023 Independent Readings in Public History and Archives

Independent Study, Directed Readings, Thesis Courses