Courses

Course offerings for 2015-16

  • HST 1100: Western Civilizations to 1500
  • HST 1200: The West and the World since 1500
  • HST 2110: U.S. History to 1877
  • HST 2120: U.S. History since 1877
  • HST 3000: Introduction to Historical Methods
  • HST 3100: Mediterranean World
  • HST 3120: Russia’s People of Empire
  • HST 3300: Modern Africa
  • HST 3400: South Asia 1600-present
  • HST 3400: Modern Japan
  • HST 3500: Colonial Latin America
  • HST 3600: Ohio History
  • HST 3600: U.S. Military History
  • HST 3600: History of the West
  • HST 3600: American South: Origins to Conflict
  • HST 3600: U.S. Environmental History
  • HST 3600: U.S. Immigration: 1800-the present
  • HST 3700: African-American History
  • HST 3800: U.S. Women in Multicultural Perspective
  • HST 3900: Global Encounters
  • HST 3900: Atlantic World
  • HST 4050: Medieval Urban Life
  • HST 4050: Medieval Crusades
  • HST 4100: Reformation Europe
  • HST 4100: Military Technology and the Art of War
  • HST 4150: French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HST 4200: Soviet Union
  • HST 4210: British Women’s History
  • HST 4300: Africa and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
  • HST 4400: Asia at War
  • HST 4400: Issues in Subaltern Studies
  • HST 4500: Argentina
  • HST 4700: Appalachian History 1800-present
  • HST 4800: Comparative Slave Systems
  • HST 4800: International History of the Cold War
  • HST 4800: Studies in Grand Strategy
  • HST 4820: America in World War II
  • HST 4830: British Women’s History
  • HST 4830: Masculinity in Modern Europe
  • HST 4830: U.S. Women in the Progressive Era
  • HST 4870: A Global Food History
  • HST 4900: Research Seminar
  • HST 4950: Independent Readings
  • HST 4980: History Honors Project