DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

SPRING 2008

 

 

S C H E D U L E O F H I S T O R Y C L A S S E S – as of November 14, 2007

D E P A R T M E N T   O F   H I S T O R Y

 

OFFICE:  BRELAND HALL, ROOM 239

PHONE:  646-4601 

DEPARTMENT HEAD: JEFFREY P. BROWN

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR HISTORY MAJOR:

The undergraduate history major consists of at least 42 credits in the major field (excluding Hist. 449), 21 of which must be numbered 300 or above.  One or more upper-division courses (excluding Hist. 398) must require research-based paper or papers totaling at least 20 pages. Electives must be carefully selected by the student and approved by a Department of History advisor. 

 

DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

 

HIST 101, Roots of Modern Europe .............................................................................................. 3

HIST 102, Modern Europe ............................................................................................................. 3

HIST 201, Introduction to Early American History  .................................................................... 3

HIST 202, Introduction to Recent American History  ................................................................ 3

HIST 211, East Asia to 1600 ............................................................................................................ 3

HIST 212, East Asia since 1600  ..................................................................................................... 3

HIST 311, Colonial Latin America  ................................................................................................. 3

HIST 312, Modern Latin America  ................................................................................................  3

*HIST 398, Historians and History  ................................................................................................ 3

                (Must be taken during junior year)

               

Three additional history courses over 300  ...............................................................  9

(Not more than three courses in a single major field)

 

Two additional history courses over 400  ..................................................................  6

(Not more than three courses in a single major field)

 

                                                                                                                 Total History Credit Hours:   42

 

 

Electives:  Sufficient to bring total credits to 128, including 55 upper-division

 

 

NOTE:  STUDENTS MUST FULFILL UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AND COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS AS WELL AS THE DEPARTMENTAL MAJOR REQUIREMENTS.

 

 


 

HISTORY 100-LEVEL COURSES:

 

HIST. 101G – ROOTS OF MODERN EUROPE

This course reviews the rise of Western civilization:  its cultural, social, political, and economic development from earliest times to about 1700.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 101G

01

0930-1020

MWF

HA114

TOLLEFSON

 

HIST 101G

02

1030-1120

MWF

HA106

TOLLEFSON

 

HIST 101G

03

1020-1135

TR

HA216

VERSER

 

HIST 101G

70

This is a WebCT course

VERSER

 

HIST. 102G – MODERN EUROPE

Although there are no prerequisites for admission, English 111 is suggested for its help with grammar, spelling, and general writing skills.

 

European history since 1700 by analyzing Anglo-French rivalry in the New World, as well as the Old. Deals with emergence of Russia into the foreground of continental politics under Peter and Catherine the Great.  Concerned with Enlightenment and its influence upon the French and American Revolutions, Napoleonic Era, and Industrial Revolution.  Darwinism and Marxism are studied in their relationship to modern European thought and politics.  Two World Wars, the Great Depression, and the totalitarian governments of Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and the Soviet Union are examined.  Intended for first and second year students, the course consists of lectures, films, slide presentations and oral history, supplemented by class discussions

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 102G

01

0930-1020

MWF

HA216

SCHNEIDER-HECTOR

 

HIST 102G

02

1030-1120

MWF

HA216

SCHNEIDER-HECTOR

 

HIST 102G

03

0855-1010

TR

HA104

HORODOWICH

 

 

 

HISTORY 200-LEVEL COURSES:

 

HIST. 201G – INTRO TO EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY

 

Introductory course in early United States history designed to familiarize the student with origins of American civilization, including the Puritan “ethic”, roots of the American social and economic system, and analysis of the American Revolution.  Other topics are Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy, slavery and the abolition movement, the causes of the Civil War and its aftermath (reconstruction).  Growth of executive power, role of the Supreme Court, and growth of the nation to continental proportion, to explain contemporary American politics and society, are also treated. 

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 201G

01

0830-0920

MWF

HA101

LESTER

 

HIST 201G

02

0930-1020

MWF

HA101

LESTER

 

HIST 201G

03

1030-1120

MWF

HA104

LESTER

 

HIST 201G

04

1130-1220

MWF

HA216

SCHNEIDER-HECTOR

 

HIST 201G

04

1310-1425

TR

HA206

VERSER

 

 

HIST. 202G – INTRO TO RECENT AMERICAN HISTORY

History of the United States since 1877, with varying emphasis on social, political, economic, diplomatic, and cultural development.

 

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

 

HIST 202G

01

0930-1020

MWF

HA114

BRONSTEIN

 

 

HIST 202G

02

1030-1120

MWF

HA104

BROWN

 

 

HIST 202G

04

1800-2030

M

HA114

SHOCKLEY

 

 

HIST 202G

05

0855-1010

TR

HA114

LARA

 

 

HIST 202G

06

1145-1300

TR

HA216

WEISIGER

 

 

HIST. 212G – EAST ASIA SINCE 1600

History of China, Korea, Vietnam, and Japan from the sixteenth through the twentieth centuries.  Emphasis on internal development of each country, as well as the social and political impact of Western Imperialism, and the emergence of each country’s unique version of modern society.

 

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

 

HIST 212G

01

0930-1020

MWF

HA212

E HAMMOND

 

 

HIST. 222G – ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION SINCE 1800

History of Islamic civilizations since 1800.

 

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

 

HIST 222G

01

1130-1220

MWF

HA 212

TOLLEFSON

 

HISTORY 300-LEVEL COURSES:

NOTE:  History 300 Special Topics, 302, 331, 334, 347, 354, 366, 368, , 381G, 382G, 383 and 391 are cross listed with a 500-level for graduate students

HIST 300 SPECIAL TOPIC: 15 BATTLES THAT SHAPED EUROPE

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 300

01

1145-1300

TR

HA212

HORODOWICH/MILLIORN

HIST 300 SPECIAL TOPIC: EARLY FRONTIERS

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 300

02

1130-1220

MWF

MH189

LESTER

HIST 300 SPECIAL TOPC: U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS SINCE 1914

Foreign relations from World War I to the present.  Emphasis on World Wars, isolationism, Soviet-American relations, Vietnam and new challenges in a multipolar world.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 300

03

1330-1420

MWF

HA212

SCHNEIDER-HECTOR

HIST 302 SCIENCE IN MODERN SOCIETY

The social impact of scientific activity and thought from Newton to the present.  The growth of modern scientific institutions; the political and social context of modern science. Eng 111g recommended.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 302G

70

This is a WebCT class

BROOKS

HIST 311: COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA

Social, political, and economic development from Columbus to the Wars of Independence

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 311

70

This is a WebCT course

HENDRICKS

HIST 312: MODERN LATIN AMERICA

Post-revolutionary developments in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; the role of Latin America in world affairs and the Inter-American system

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 312

01

1130-1220

MWF

HA101

GARCIA-BRYCE

HIST 331: REBELS, GUERRILAS, AND TERRORISTS IN MODERN LATIN AMERICA

Explores history of rebels in Latin America.  Examines guerilla struggles attaining national dimension.  Focus on modern events, including Peru’s Shining Path, Columbia’s FARC, and Mexico’s Zapatistas.  Same as GOVT 368.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 331

01

1030-1120

MWF

MH189

GARCIA-BRYCE

HIST. 334 – ART & LIFE IN RENAISSANCE ITALY

Examines how the Italian Renaissance textual and visual culture offered Europe new ways of seeing and portraying itself.  1350-1550. Topics include: Florence, Venice, Rome, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, humanism, the Medici, and republican and courtly culture.  Same as ART 444.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 334

01

1430-1700

W

WA212

HORODOWICH

HIST 338  WORLD WAR I

Cultural, social and intellectual background and impact of World War I.  Military and diplomatic events of the war.  Consequences of the war.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 338

01

1310-1425

TR

BD182

BROOKS/ORZOFF

HIST 340 – AMERICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY (cross listed with ECON 340)

The rise of big business and organized labor, increasing price rigidities, and growing government intervention. 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 340

01

TBA

TBA

TBA

MCFERRIN

HIST 343 – AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY II

Emphasis on twentieth century wars and the factors contributing to the development of modern military systems.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 343

01

1435-1550

TUTH

HA101

MILLIORN

                                   

 

 

HIST. 347 – CIVIL WAR ERA: 1840-1877

Mexican-American War, development of secession, American Civil War, Reconstruction

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 347

70

This is a WebCT course

BRONSTEIN

HIST. 354 –MODERN MEXICO

From independence to the present with emphasis on the Revolution

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 354

01

0855-1010

TR

HA212

MILLIORN

HIST. 355G –AMERICAN WEST IN POPULAR CULTURE

Explores changing images of the U.S. West in popular culture from the colonial period to the present, including literature, captivity narratives, popular travel narratives, dime novels, nature writing, Wild West shows, tourism, film, television and advertising. 

NOTE: This is a 4-credit course please note the separate time for attending film viewings

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 355G

01

0855-1010

TR

BD182

WEISIGER

 

 

1430-1600

T

BD182

WEISIGER

HIST. 362 – AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY II

Black Americans in the United States in the twentieth century; segregation; black leaders, organizations, methods and goals; white reaction; the struggle for equality.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 362

01

1800-2030

M

BD182

FIELDER

HIST 366- BRITISH IMPERIALISM

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 366

01

1030-1120

MWF

BD182

BRONSTEIN

HIST 367- MEXICAN AMERICANS IN THE U.S.

Emigration; reception; impact upon society, politics, economics, and culture.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 367

01

1020-1135

TR

HA112

LARA

HIST 368- TEACHING HISTORY

Philosophical and practical issues of teaching history are explored.  Designed to help prospective teachers at all levels clarify their views about studying history.  A variety of pedagogical strategies for teaching history are explored.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 368

70

1630-1900

M

PICACHO M.S.

Classroom 59

ORNELAS

HIST 381G- EARLY RUSSIA

Domestic affairs and international relations from the rise of the Kievan State to the mid-nineteenth century.

HIST 381G

70

This is a WebCT course

BROOKS

HIST. 382G – MODERN  RUSSIA

Domestic policies and foreign relations from mid-nineteenth century to the present with emphasis on the Soviet period.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 382

01

1800-2030

W

HA104

BROOKS

HIST. 383 –GERMANY

Political, social, and cultural developments from the eighteenth century to the present, with emphasis on the Nazi era.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 383

70

This is a WebCT course

ORZOFF

HIST. 391 – THE HISTORY OF THE HOLOCAUST

Investigate the origins, processes, and ramifications of the Holocaust, the twentieth century’s most horrific example of state-sponsored genocide. 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 390

01

1800-2030

TH

HA114

ORZOFF

           

 

 

HIST. 399 –NEW MEXICO LAW

(cross listed w/GOVT 399, CJ399, JOUR 399, SOC 399)

New Mexico legal system, court structure and procedures,; legal terms and concepts; constitutional, criminal, mass media, historical and social issues relating to New Mexico.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 399

01

1030-1120

MWF

MH155

CORBETT

 

HISTORY 400-LEVEL COURSES:

HIST. 400 – SPECIAL TOPIC: INTERPRETING HISTORIC PLACES FOR THE PUBLIC

Designed to introduce students to the craft of historic site interpretation.  Includes current issues in historic site interpretation, relationships between interpretation and historical scholarship, the history of historic sites and the nature of heritage tourism, and the philosophy of meaningful interpretation.  Emphasis placed on linking historiography and research methodology with real places for presentation to the public.  Students will research a historic site using primary and secondary sources, and develop either a lesson plan, a script to reinterpret a historic site, or a fully developed exhibit plan.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 400

01

1130-1220

MWF

BD182

PITCAITHLEY

HISTORY 400 SPECIAL TOPIC: NEW MEXICO VISUAL CULTURE

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 400

02

1310-1425

TR

MH155

LARA

HISTORY 403: SPECIAL TOPIC IN MIDDLE EAST:  HISTORY OF IRAN

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 403

01

1330-1420

MWF

MH189

TOLLEFSON

HIST. 449 – READINGS

Individual study of selected readings and problems.  Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 449

01-02

To be set up with individual faculty by student

TBA

 

HIST. 481- TIME TRAVELING THROUGH NEW MEXICO’S PAST

The area to be presented is New Mexico in 1912 which is the year of statehood.  Teaches historians and educators how to make history come alive.  Semester project includes role playing characters and activities from a past era with local schools and museums.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 481

01

1020-1135

TR

GH235B

HUNNER

 

HIST. 483 –HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Study of community development, the historic preservation movement, and the built environment.  Field project.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 483

01

1430-1700

W

MNG3200

WEISIGER

 

HIST. 489 – PROJECTS IN HISTORY

Intensive investigation of a selected area of history, including the completion of a research paper.  Prerequisite:  the approval of the department graduate advisor and the instructor.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 489

01

To be set up with individual faculty by student

TBA

 

HIST. 489 – THE AMERICAN WEST IN POPULAR CULTURE

For students taking American West in Popular Culture this is the 1-credit section to sign up for to view films for the course.

 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

 

HIST 489

02

To be set up with individual faculty by student

TBA

 

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HISTORY 500-LEVEL COURSES:

HIST. 500 – SPECIAL TOPIC: INTERPRETING HISTORIC PLACES FOR THE PUBLIC

Designed to introduce students to the craft of historic site interpretation.  Includes current issues in historic site interpretation, relationships between interpretation and historical scholarship, the history of historic sites and the nature of heritage tourism, and the philosophy of meaningful interpretation.  Emphasis placed on linking historiography and research methodology with real places for presentation to the public.  Students will research a historic site using primary and secondary sources, and develop either a lesson plan, a script to reinterpret a historic site, or a fully developed exhibit plan.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

01

1130-1220

MWF

BD182

PITCAITHLEY

HISTORY 500 SPECIAL TOPIC: NEW MEXICO VISUAL CULTURE

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

02

1310-1425

TR

MH155

LARA

HIST 500: REBELS, GUERRILAS, AND TERRORISTS IN MODERN LATIN AMERICA

Explores history of rebels in Latin America.  Examines guerilla struggles attaining national dimension.  Focus on modern events, including Peru’s Shining Path, Columbia’s FARC, and Mexico’s Zapatistas.  Same as GOVT 368.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

03

1030-1120

MWF

MH189

GARCIA-BRYCE

HIST 500 SPECIAL TOPIC: EARLY FRONTIERS

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

04

1130-1220

MWF

MH189

LESTER

HIST. 500 – THE HISTORY OF THE HOLOCAUST

Investigate the origins, processes, and ramifications of the Holocaust, the twentieth century’s most horrific example of state-sponsored genocide. 

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

05

1800-2030

TH

HA114

ORZOFF

HIST 500 SPECIAL TOPIC: 15 BATTLES THAT SHAPED EUROPE

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

07

1145-1300

TR

HA212

HORODOWICH/MILLIORN

HIST. 500 SPECIAL TOPIC:  GERMANY

Political, social, and cultural developments from the eighteenth century to the present, with emphasis on the Nazi era.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

M71

This is a WebCT course

ORZOFF

HIST 500 SCIENCE IN MODERN SOCIETY

The social impact of scientific activity and thought from Newton to the present.  The growth of modern scientific institutions; the political and social context of modern science. Eng 111g recommended.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 500

72

This is a WebCT class

BROOKS

HIST. 504 – CIVIL WAR ERA: 1840-1877

Mexican-American War, development of secession, American Civil War, Reconstruction

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 504

70

This is a WebCT course

BRONSTEIN

HIST 522-U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS SINCE 1914

Foreign relations from World War I to the present.  Emphasis on World Wars, isolationism, Soviet-American relations, Vietnam, and new challenges in a multipolar world.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 522

01

1330-1420

MWF

HA212

SCHNEIDER-HECTOR

HIST. 538 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY:  MODERN  RUSSIA

Domestic policies and foreign relations from mid-nineteenth century to the present with emphasis on the Soviet period.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 538

01

1800-2030

W

HA104

BROOKS

HIST 538 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY:  EARLY RUSSIA

Domestic affairs and international relations from the rise of the Kievan State to the mid-nineteenth century.

HIST 538

70

This is a WebCT course

BROOKS

                 

 

 

HISTORY 540: SPECIAL TOPIC IN MIDDLE EAST:  HISTORY OF IRAN

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 540

01

1330-1420

MWF

MH189

TOLLEFSON

HIST. 542 – ART & LIFE IN RENAISSANCE ITALY

Examines how the Italian Renaissance textual and visual culture offered Europe new ways of seeing and portraying itself.  1350-1550. Topics include: Florence, Venice, Rome, Leonardo, Michelangelo, Titian, humanism, the Medici, and republican and courtly culture.  Same as ART 444.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 542

01

1430-1700

W

WA212

HORODOWICH

HIST 544: COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA

Social, political, and economic development from Columbus to the Wars of Independence

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 544

70

This is a WebCT course

HENDRICKS

HIST 546: WORLD WAR I

Cultural, social and intellectual background and impact of World War I.  Military and diplomatic events of the war.  Consequences of the war.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 546

01

1310-1425

TR

BD182

BROOKS/ORZOFF

HIST. 549 – READINGS

Individual study of selected readings and problems.  Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 549

01-03

To be set up with individual faculty by student

TBA

HIST. 552 –MODERN MEXICO

From independence to the present with emphasis on the Revolution

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 552

01

0855-1010

TR

HA212

MILLIORN

HIST 566- BRITISH IMPERIALISM

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 566

01

1030-1120

MWF

BD182

BRONSTEIN

HIST. 580 – GRADUATE STUDIES

Intensive investigation of a selected area of history, including the completion of a research paper.  Prerequisite: the approval of the department graduate advisor and the instructor.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 580

01

TBA

 

 

TBA

HIST. 581- TIME TRAVELING THROUGH NEW MEXICO’S PAST

The area to be presented is New Mexico in 1912 which is the year of statehood.  Teaches historians and educators how to make history come alive.  Semester project includes role playing characters and activities from a past era with local schools and museums.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 581

01

1020-1135

TR

GH235B

HUNNER

HIST. 583 –HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Study of community development, the historic preservation movement, and the built environment.  Field project.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 583

01

1430-1700

W

TBA

WEISIGER

HIST. 585 – PUBLIC HISTORY INTERNSHIP

Individual project in an area of public history, including a final written report.  Research project required.  Prerequisite: consent of instructor.  May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 585

01

TBA

HUNNER

                     

 

 

HIST. 587 – PUBLIC HISTORY SEMINAR

Introduction to the discipline of public history, including its methodology and literature.  Field work is required.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 587

01

2:30-5:00PM

T

BD 258

HUNNER

HIST. 589 – SPECIAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS

Will explore the use of history and heritage in tourist attractions and then will develop your skills as a heritage tour guide by researching and then creating a tour of a local place. Using history to enhance the tourist experience is the main focus of this course.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 589

01 & 02

TBA

 

 

TBA

HIST. 591 – READING SEMINAR: BORDERS, BOUNDARIES AND FRONTIERS

Intensive reading and group discussion about history.  Specific topic to be announced.  May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 590

01

R

1430-1700

BD 258

ORZOFF

HIST. 596 – RESEARCH SEMINAR

Intensive reading and group discussion about history.  Specific topic to be announced.  May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 596

01

1800-2030

W

BD258

GARCIA-BRYCE

HIST. 599 – MASTER’S THESIS

This course is reserved for history graduate students who choose to write a thesis.  Before enrolling in it, a student must check with the department head.

COURSE

SECTION

TIMES

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

HIST 599

01-06

To be set up with student’s thesis advisor

TBA