Tentative Course Offerings Winter 2017

Nbr Course Catalog Description Section Days Time Instructor Name
100 Introduction to the Study of History 01 MW 12:10 PM-01:00 PM Loberg, Molly 
100 Introduction to the Study of History 02 MW 01:10 PM - 2:00 PM Loberg, Molly
110 Western Civilization: Ancient to Renaissance 01 TR 12:10-2 PM Hiltpold, Paul
111 Western Civilization: Reformation to Present 01 MTWR 3:10-4 PM Loberg, Molly
111 Western Civilization: Reformation to Present 02 TR 12:10-2 PM Staff
200 Special Problems for Undergraduates 01     Call, Lewis
201 United States History to 1865 01 TR 07:10 AM-09:00 AM

Wilson, Jonathan

202 United States History Since 1865 06 TR 2:10-4 PM

Carver, Michael

  United States History Since 1865 07 MW 10:10 AM-12:00 PM

Carver, Michael

  United States History Since 1865 08 TR 09:10-11 AM

Staff

  United States History Since 1865 09 TR 12:10-2 PM

Staff

  United States History Since 1865 10 MW 4:10-6 PM

Hall, Roger

  United States History Since 1865 11 MTWR 12:10-1 PM Orth, Joel
  United States History Since 1865 12 MTWR 2:10-3 PM Orth, Joel
206 American Cultures 01 MW 10:10 AM-12:00 PM Bodemer, Margaret
207 Freedom and Equality in American History 01 MTWR 07:10-8 AM Barnes, Timothy
  Freedom and Equality in American History 02 MTWR 08:10-9 AM Barnes, Timothy
208 Survey of California History 01 MW 2:10-4 PM Cairns, Timothy
210

World History I

01 TR 2:10-4 PM

Hopper, Matthew

  World History I 02 MW 08:10-10 AM Linn, Jason
214 Political Economy of Latin America and the Middle East 01 TR 4:10-6 PM

Jones, Cameron

221 World History, Beginnings to 1000 01 MW 12:10-2 PM

Linn, Jason

223 World history, 1800 to Present 01 TR 12:10-2 PM Firpo, Christina
 

World History, 1800 to Present

02 TR 2:10-4 PM Oñate-Madrazo, Andrea
  World History, 1800 to Present 03 TR 4:10-6 PM Oñate-Madrazo, Andrea
  World History, 1800 to Present 04 MW 2:10-4 PM Staff
303

Research and Writing Seminar in History; (Death in Modern Europe/The US)

01 TR 02:10 PM-04:00 PM

Morris, Andrew

304 Historiography 01 TR 1:40-3 PM Call, Lewis
  Historiography 02 TR 12:10-1:30 PM Hopper, Matthew
306 Witch-Hunt in Europe 1400-1800 01 MW 12:10-2 PM Hiltpold, Paul
  Witch-Hunt in Europe 1400-1800 02 MW 6:10-8 PM Hiltpold, Paul
308

The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

01 TR 2:10-4 PM

Jones, Cameron

  The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 02 MW 2:10-4 PM Jones, Cameron
319

Modern South and Southeast Asia

01 TR 09:10-11 AM Bodemer, Margaret
  Modern South and Southeast Asia 02 TR 12:10-2 PM Bodemer, Margaret
322

Modern America

01 MW 12:10-2 PM

Bridger, Sarah

  Modern America 02 MW 4:10-6 PM Bridger, Sarah
336 Britain at War: 1939-1945 01 TR 4:10-6 PM Carver, Michael
336 Colonial Latin America 01 TR 3:10-4:30 PM Reid, Anne
350

The Scientific Revolution, c. 1500-1800

01 TR 9:10-11 PM

Staff

400 Special Problems for Advanced Undergraduates 01     Call, Lewis 
416 Modern Japan 01 TR 12:10-1:30 PM Morris, Andrew
425

Social Sciences Teaching Practice

01 M 5:10-6 PM

Orth, Joel

435

American Women's History from 1870

01 MW 4:40-6 PM

Cairns, Kathy

460 Senior Project I 01     Call, Lewis
  Senior Project I 02    

Bridger, Sarah

  Senior Project I 03    

Loberg, Molly

  Senior Project I 04    

Morris, Andrew

  Senior Project I 05    

Firpo, Christina

  Senior Project I 06    

Reid, Anne

461 Senior Project II 01     Call, Lewis
  Senior Project II 02     Bridger, Sarah
  Senior Project II 03    

Loberg, Molly

  Senior Project II 04     Morris, Andrew
  Senior Project II 05     Firpo, Christina
  Senior Project II 06     Reid, Anne
  Senior Project II 07     Linn, Jason
467 History Internship 01     Morris, Andrew
  History Internship 02    

Loberg, Molly

500 Special Problems for Graduate Students 01     Murphy, Kathleen
508

Graduate Seminar in Latin American History

01 TR 6:10-8 PM

Reid, Anne

512 Supervised Reading for Comprehensive Exams 01     Murphy, Kathleen
599 Thesis 01     Murphy, Kathleen
 

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