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History Has You Covered For Every Need

 Paula Burch-Celentano

Curious about the world? Need to meet your core curricular requirements? Want to outshine your peers in writing and analysis? Looking for public service opportunities? History has it all.

Public Service (Fall 2018)

Tier 1

  • HISU 2610: The Old South, Prof. Sparks (20-hour, optional)
  • HISU 2690: Introduction to Afro-American History, Prof. Adderley (20-hour, optional)

Tier 2

  • HISU 6630: US Labor and Migration (20-hour, optional)

Race & Inclusion (Fall 2018)

  • HISU 2410: Women & Gender since 1861, Prof. Haugeberg
  • HISU 2610: The Old South, Prof. Sparks
  • HISU 2690: Introduction to Afro-American History, Prof. Adderley
  • HISU 6630: US Labor and Migration, Prof. Lipman

Global Perspectives (Fall 2018)

  • HISA 1030: Medieval Europe, 1100-1450, Prof. Luongo
  • HISA 1500: Dante and His World, Prof. Luongo
  • HISA 2001: Warring States of Greece, Prof. Harl
  • HISA 6010: Roman Imperial Army, Prof. Harl
  • HISA 6060: Later Medieval Spain, Prof. Boyden
  • HISB 3910: Power in Africa, Prof. McMahon
  • HISC 2010: History of China to 1800, Prof. Demare
  • HISC 2910: Indian Before 1500, Prof. Dayal
  • HISC 6910: Women & Gender in Indian, Prof. Dayal
  • HISE 1510: Napoleon in Russia, 1812, Prof. Ramer
  • HISE 2320: Early Modern England, Prof. Pollock
  • HISE 2410, Spain, 1369-1716, Prof. Boyden
  • HISE 2910: Political Undergraduate Movements in Europe, Prof. Otte
  • HISE 6910: Postwar Cultures, Prof. Otte
  • HISL 2110: Colonial Latin America, Prof. Rodriguez de Sepulveda
  • HISL 2820: Modern Brazil, Prof. Cruz
  • HISL 2911: Modern Latin America, Prof. Wolfe
  • HISL 3910: History of Science & Technology, Prof. Cruz
  • HISL 6910: Race & Nation in Latin America, Prof. Wolfe
  • HIST 1520: Pain & Torture Through History, Prof. Pollock

Writing Intensive (Fall 2018)

Tier 1

  • HISA 1030: Medieval Europe, 1100-1450, Prof. Luongo
  • HISA 1500: Dante and His World, Prof. Luongo
  • HISA 2001: Warring States of Greece, Prof. Harl
  • HISB 3910: Power in Africa, Prof. McMahon
  • HISC 2010: History of China to 1800, Prof. Demare
  • HISE 1510: Napoleon in Russia, 1812, Prof. Ramer
  • HISE 2320: Early Modern England, Prof. Pollock
  • HISE 2410, Spain, 1369-1716, Prof. Boyden
  • HISL 2110: Colonial Latin America, Prof. Rodriguez de Sepulveda
  • HISL 2820: Modern Brazil, Prof. Cruz
  • HISL 2911: Modern Latin America, Prof. Wolfe
  • HISL 3910: History of Science & Technology, Prof. Cruz
  • HIST 1520: Pain & Torture Through History, Prof. Pollock
  • HISU 2410: Women & Gender Since 1861, Prof. Haugeberg
  • HISU 2610: The Old South, Prof. Sparks
  • HISU 2670: US Environmental History, Prof. Horowitz
  • HISU 3910: Writing Biography, Prof. Isaacson

Tier 2

  • HISA 6010: Roman Imperial Army, Prof. Harl
  • HISA 6060: Later Medieval Spain, Prof. Boyden
  • HISB 3910: Power in Africa, Prof. McMahon
  • HISL 6910: Race & Nation in Latin America, Prof. Wolfe
  • HISU 3910: Writing Biography, Prof. Isaacson