Spring 2020 Graduate Course Schedule

GRADUATE REGISTRATION INFORMATION

LITERATURE OF THE FIELD COURSES

HIST-GA 1150 Literature of the Field: Early Modern Europe

HIST-GA 1201 Lit of the Field: US (20th Century)

APPROACHES COURSES

HIST-GA 3613 Approaches to Historical Research and Writing II

WORKSHOPS

HIST-GA 3213 Eastern Europe Workshop

HIST-GA 3803 Atlantic History Workshop

GRADUATE COURSES

HIST-GA 1527 Theories of Race

HIST-GA 1191 Alternatives to Liberal Capitalism in Europe, 1800-1920: socialism, illiberal democracry

HIST-GA 1001 Finance, Race, and Gender in the Atlantic World

HIST-GA 1772 America and the Jews: Recent Scholarship on an Historic Encounter

HIST-GA 1620 Twentieth-Century France and Its Empire

HIST-GA 1784 Wealth and Economies in African Worlds

HIST-GA 1800 Historical Consciousness in Latin America and the Caribbean

HIST-GA 1919 Material Culture in East Asia

HIST-GA 2162 The Modern Near East: Post-Ottoman World

HIST-GA 2022 MA Pro Seminar

HIST-GA 2540 Liberation and War: Writing on the Everyday

HIST-GA 2801 Research Seminar in Latin America and Caribbean History

HIST-GA 3001 20th Century Cities

HIST-GA 3903 History Eastern Europe

ARCHIVES AND PUBLIC HISTORY

HIST-GA 1757 Approaches to Public History

HIST-GA 2011 Internship Seminar

HIST-GA 2013 Introduction to Preservation for Archives

HIST-GA 3013 Research in Archives and Public History

Independent Study, Directed Readings, Thesis Courses