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History Courses (2009 - 2010)

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Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title FacultyEnr Cap Room
* HIS 4-101 1 H Europe: 800-1300 Herder6 6
* HIS 2-102 1 H Europe: 1300-1700 Herder8 9
* HIS 7-102 1 H Europe: 1300-1700 Herder9 11
* HIS 3-104 1 H Modern Europe and Its Critics Givens14 15
* HIS 9-116 1 H Introductory Seminar: The Holocaust Connell17 15
* HIS 1-119 1 HW Introductory Seminar: Abraham Lincoln Lucas0 0
* HIS 2-153 1 H Origins of the American Nation Lucas12 13
* HIS 9-153 1 H Origins of the American Nation Lucas10 10
* HIS 4-154 1 H Making of Modern America Stewart13 14
* HIS 7-154 1 H Making of Modern America Stewart14 15
* HIS 1-210 1 H Warfare and Society in Modern Times Givens23 15
* HIS 8-210 1 H Warfare and Society in Modern Times Givens16 15
HIS 3-240 1 H Public Memory and Public History Stewart12 18
* HIS 6-257 1 H Topic: Reel History: The Cold War and American Film Stewart15 15
HIS 5-304 1 H Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Herder3 25
HIS 4-315 1 H Diplomatic History of the Contemporary West Givens10 25
HIS 2-316 1 H Enlightenment and the French Revolution Givens17 25
HIS 6-321 1 H Muscovite and Imperial Russia Givens13 25
HIS 1-332 1 H Advanced Topic: Women in Medieval Europe Herder10 25
HIS 9-335 1 H Advanced Topic: Persecution, Tolerance, and Violence in the Middle Ages Herder14 25
HIS 5-349 1 H Topic: Authoritarianism and Dictatorship in South American History (same as LAS 349) Casal5 10
HIS 7-350 1 H Colonial America Lucas19 25
HIS 6-352 1 H The United States in the Middle Period Lucas12 25
HIS 4-353 1 H Civil War and Reconstruction Lucas19 25
HIS 1-354 1 H United States Social History Since 1940 Stewart25 25
HIS 8-369 1 H Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940 (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) Stewart10 11

Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
HIS 33X Topics in Medieval History 2 7
HIS 101 Europe: 800-1300 4 4
HIS 102 Europe: 1300-1700 2 7 1 5
HIS 104 Modern Europe and Its Critics 3 2 8
HIS 116 Introductory Seminars in History 9
HIS 119 Introductory Seminars in History 1
HIS 153 Origins of the American Nation 2 9 2 9
HIS 154 Making of Modern America 4 7 4 7
HIS 210 Warfare and Society in Modern Times 1 8 3
HIS 240 Public Memory and Public History 3
HIS 255 American Lives 3 7
HIS 257 Topics in History 6
HIS 304 Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries 5 9
HIS 315 Diplomatic History of the Contemporary West 4 4
HIS 316 Enlightenment and the French Revolution 2 1
HIS 321 Muscovite and Imperial Russia 6
HIS 322 Revolutionary and Soviet Russia 6
HIS 332 Topics in European History 1
HIS 335 Topics in European History 9
HIS 349 Topics in Latin American History 5
HIS 350 Colonial America 7
HIS 351 The Age of Revolution in America 6
HIS 352 The United States in the Middle Period 6
HIS 353 Civil War and Reconstruction 4 4
HIS 354 United States Social History Since 1940 1 1
HIS 356 African-Americans in U.S. History 1
HIS 358 Work and Leisure in Modern America 8
HIS 369 Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940 (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) 8

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