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Africa
Elphick: Global Christianity (265)
Twagira: Environment and Society in Africa (138); Modern Africa (212); Africa to 1800 (217); Gender and Authority in African Societies (226); Reproductive Politics and the Family in Africa (302); Social History of Islam in Africa ;(334)
African-American History
Eudell: Early African American (241); Race Discourse in the Americas (329); Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System (357)
Wright: Black Political Thought (309); Intro to Modern AFAM (242); Long Civil Rights Movement (140); Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303)
Before Modernity:  The Pre-Industrial Era
Grimmer-Solem: The Origins of Global Capitalism (268)
Johnston: Intro to Japanese History and Culture (260)
Lennox: Encountering the Atlantic World (122); Imaginary Empires (182); Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238); The Native Northeast (1xx)
Masters: Islamic Civilization (231); Empires in World History (251)
Miller: Classic Christian Texts (206); Augustine's Confessions (354); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (215)
Nussdorfer: Rome through the Ages (208)
Pinch: India Before Europe (258)
Schwarcz: History of Traditional China (223)
Shaw: Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe (134); Kings, Queens and the Foundation of Europe (166); Reformation in Britain (167); Medieval Europe (201); Making of Britain (211); Saints and Sinners In Europe (284); Reason against Itself (322); Making History: Practice and Theory (380); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387); Acceleration of Europe (392)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218)
Teter: Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience (156); Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247); Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267); Jews Under Christianity and Islam: Borders, Boundaries, and Coexistence (301)
Twagira: Africa to 1800 (217)
Wightman: Subject Peoples (188); Colonial Latin America (296)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)
Britain and the British Empire
Kelly: Notes from a Small Island: Modern British History (269)
Lennox: Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238); Moving through the Revolutionary Age (310)
Miller: European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance (216); Contemporary Europe (119)
Shaw: Reformation in Britain (167); Making of Britain (211); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Pinch: Gandhi (181); Modern India (285); The Great Game (317)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
The City
Grimmer-Solem: Crisis, Creativity and Modernity in the Weimar Republic (319)
Nussdorfer: Rome through the Ages (208)
Schatz: Exploring Middletown’s History (171)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Communist Experience (184)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Wright: Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303)
Contemporary History:  (1945 – )
Greene: Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Elphick: Global Christianity (265)
Holmes: French Existentialism and Marxism (383)
Kleinberg: Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent (318)
Ko: Global Histories of Southeast Asia (1xx)
Masters: Arab Spring (111)
Miller: Contemporary Europe (119)
Pinch: Modern India (285)
Schatz: Rise of Conservative Movement in the U.S. (342); End of the Cold War (375)
Schwarcz: Modern China (224); The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219); Communist Experience (184)
Twagira: Modern Africa (212)
Wightman: Power and Resistance (320); Advanced Seminar in Latin American History (344)
Williams: Environmental History:  Telling Stories in Place (116)
Wright: Black Political Thought (309); Intro to Modern AFAM (242); Long Civil Rights Movement (140); Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303)
Shimizu: Modern East Asia (225); Food Histories in East Asia (253)
Early Modern Globe (1500-1800)
Eudell: Early African American (241); Modernity and the Work of History (333); Race, Knowledge, and Justice (346)
Garcia: Spanish Inquisition (126); Imperial Spain (255)
Grimmer-Solem: The Origins of Global Capitalism (268)
Ko: Global Histories of Southeast Asia (1xx)
Lennox: Imaginary Empires (182); Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238); The Native Northeast (1xx); Geography and History (3xx)
Masters: Rise & Fall of the Ottoman Empire (228)
Pinch: India Before Europe (258)
Schwarcz: The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Shimizu: Japan before 1868 (260)
Teter: Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248)
Twagira: Africa to 1800 (217)
Wightman: Colonial Latin America (296)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)
East Asia
Johnston: Intro to Japanese History and Culture (260); Japan and the Atomic Bomb (381); Disease and Epidemics in Historical Perspective (2xx)
Schwarcz: History of Traditional China (223); Modern China (224); The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Shimizu: Modern East Asia (225); Food Histories in East Asia (253); Japan before 1868 (260)
Economy and Society
Fullilove: Industrializations (252); Confidence and Panic (227)
Greene: Modern Europe (203); France Since 1870 (220); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Grimmer-Solem: The Origins of Global Capitalism (268); The Industrial Revolution in Global Context (280); The Social Question and the Rise of the Welfare State (347)
Miller: European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (215)
Schatz: Exploring Middletown’s History (171); American Labor History (266)
Shaw: Medieval Europe (201); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Wightman: Colonial Latin America (296); Modern Latin America (245)
Empires and Encounters
Garcia: Spanish Inquisition (126); Imperial Spain (255)
Grimmer-Solem: The Origins of Global Capitalism (268); The Industrial Revolution in Global Context (280)
Ko: Global Histories of Southeast Asia (1xx)
Lennox: Encountering the Atlantic World (122); Imaginary Empires (182); Early North America (237); Moving through the Revolutionary Age (310)
Masters: Rise & Fall of the Ottoman Empire (228); Modern Middle East (234); Empires in World History (251)
Pinch: India Before Europe (258); The Great Game (317)
Schwarcz: History of Traditional China (223)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218); Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219)
Teter: Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247)
Twagira: Modern Africa (212)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Wightman: Subject Peoples (188); Colonial Latin America (296)
Environment and Food
Erickson: History of Ecology (221); The Economy of Nature and Nations (307)
Fullilove: Industrializations (252); Food Security (374); American Food (135)
Pinch: Waterways (264)
Twagira: The Environment and Society in Africa  (138)
Shimizu: Food Histories in East Asia (253)
Williams: Environmental History:  Telling Stories in Place (116)
Europe
Erickson: Science in Western Culture, 1650-1900 (254)
Garcia: Spanish Inquisition (126); Imperial Spain (255)
Greene: Appeasement and the Origins of the Second World War (158); The Spanish Civil War (160); Modern Europe (203); France Since 1870 (220); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Grimmer-Solem: Empire, Nationhood and the Quest for German Unity (120);Inside Nazi Germany (263); The Origins of Global Capitalism (268); The Industrial Revolution in Global Context (280); Crisis, Creativity and Modernity in the Weimar Republic (319); The Social Question and the Rise of the Welfare State (347); The Holocaust (376)
Holmes: Comparative French Revolutions (377); Enlightenment Concept of the Self (153); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (216); Holmes:  French Existentialism and Marxism (383)
Kleinberg: Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe (114); Existentialism in Film and Literature (256); 20th-Century Intellectual History (259); Death and the Limits of Representation (297); Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent (318)
Miller: Classic Christian Texts (206); Augustine's Confessions (354); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (215); European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance (216); Political Fiction (294); Romanticism and Political Fiction (385); Contemporary Europe (119)
Nussdorfer: Rome through the Ages (208)
Shaw: Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe (134); Kings, Queens and the Foundation of Europe (166); Reformation in Britain (167); Medieval Europe (201); Making of Britain (211); Saints and Sinners In Europe (284); Reason against Itself (322); Making History: Practice and Theory (380); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387); Acceleration of Europe (392)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218); Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219); Religion, Secularism, and Modernity (323); Communist Experience (184); “If there is no God, then everything is permitted?” Moral Life in a Secular World (395)
Teter: Jewish Tradition, Its Texts and Contexts (105); Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience (156); From Clay Tablet to the iPad: History of the Book in Intercultural Perspective (157); Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247); Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267); Jews Under Christianity and Islam: Borders, Boundaries, and Coexistence (301); Performing Jewish Studies: History, Methods, and Models (313)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)
Gender and Sexuality
Pinch: Gandhi (181)
Shaw: Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe (134); Kings, Queens and the Foundation of Europe (166)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Communist Experience (184)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Twagira: Gender & History (179); Gender and Authority in African Societies (226); Reproductive Politics and the Family in Africa (302); Social History of Islam in Africa  (334)
Wightman: Subject Peoples (188); Colonial Latin America (296); Modern Latin America (245); Power and Resistance (320)

Geographies:  Space and Mapping

Lennox: Encountering the Atlantic World (122); Imaginary Empires (182); Geography and History (3xx)
Ko: Global Histories of Southeast Asia (1xx)
Pinch: India Before Europe (258); Waterways (264)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3xx)
Williams: Environmental History:  Telling Stories in Place (116)
History and Theory/Historiography
Erickson: Science in the Making (176)
Eudell: What is History? (144); Modernity and the Work of History (333); Race, Knowledge, and Justice (346)
Holmes: Comparative French Revolutions (377); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (216)  
Kleinberg: Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe (114); Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent (318)
Lennox:  Geography and History (3xx)
Miller: Augustine's Confessions (354); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (215); European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance (216)
Schwarcz: History of Traditional China (223); The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Shaw: Making History: Practice and Theory (380); History and Theory (338)
Teter: Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience (156); Performing JewishStudies: History, Methods, and Models (313)
Twagira: Gender and History (179)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3XX)
Various Faculty: Religion and History (323)
Jewish History, Society, and Culture
Grimmer-Solem: Inside Nazi Germany (263); The Holocaust (376)
Teter: Jewish Tradition, Its Texts and Contexts (105); Sophomore Seminar: East European Jewish Experience (156); From Clay Tablet to the iPad: History of the Book in Intercultural Perspective (157); Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247); Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267); Jews Under Christianity and Islam: Borders, Boundaries, and Coexistence (301); Performing Jewish Studies: History, Methods, and Models (313)
Schatz: American Jewish History (210)
Schwarcz: The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Latin America  
Garcia: Spanish Inquisition (126)
Wightman: Subject Peoples (188); Colonial Latin America (296); Modern Latin America (245); Power and Resistance (320); Advanced Seminar in Latin American History (344)
Middle East
Masters: Arab Spring (111); Rise & Fall of the Ottoman Empire (228); Islamic Civilization  (231); Modern Middle East (234); Empires in World History (251); Ethnicity, Religion & Class in the Middle East & the Balkans (311); Mystical Traditions in Islam (337)
Teter: Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247)
 Migration
Lennox: Encountering the Atlantic World (122); Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238)
Pinch: Waterways (264)
Schatz: American Labor History (266); American Jewish History (210)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218)
Shaw: Acceleration of Europe (392)
Teter: Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247); Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267)
Wightman: Colonial Latin America (296)
Nation and Ethnicity
Eudell: Topics in U.S. Intellectual History (235); The Long Nineteenth Century (239)
Greene: Modern Europe (203); France Since 1870 (220); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Grimmer-Solem: Empire, Nationhood and the Quest for German Unity (120); Inside Nazi Germany (263); The Holocaust (376)
Lennox: Geography and History (3xx)
Masters: Ethnicity, Religion & Class in the Middle East & the Balkans (311) 
Pinch: Modern India (285)
Schatz: American Jewish History (210)
Shaw: Making of Britain (211); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218); Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219)
Teter: Performing Jewish Studies: History, Methods, and Models (313)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Various Faculty: The US since 1901 (Twentieth-Century US History) (240)
North America
Elphick: Protestantism (261)
Erickson: History of Ecology (221)
Eudell: War and National (Re)Formation (159); Topics in U.S. Intellectual History (235); The Long Nineteenth Century (239); Early African American (241); Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System (357)
Erickson: History of Ecology (221); Science and the State (336)
Fillilove: Long 19th Century (239); Industrializations (252); Food Security (374); Materia Medica (393); American Food (135); Confidence and Panic (227)
Lennox: Imaginary Empires (182); Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238); The Native Northeast (1xx); North of America (2xx); Geography and History (3xx)
Schatz: Exploring Middletown’s History (171); American Labor History (266); American Jewish History (210); Rise of the Conservative Movement in the U.S. (342); End of the Cold War (375)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3XX)
Williams: Environmental History:  Telling Stories in Place (116)
Wright: Black Political Thought (309); Intro to Modern AFAM (242); Long Civil Rights Movement (140); Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303)
Various Faculty: The U.S. since 1901 (Twentieth-Century US History) (240)
Race
Eudell: War and National (Re)Formation (159); Topics in U.S. Intellectual History (235); The Long Nineteenth Century (239); Early African American (241); Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System (357); Race Discourse in the Americas (329)
Wightman: Subject Peoples (188); Colonial Latin America (296); Modern Latin America (245)
Wright: Black Political Thought (309); Intro to Modern AFAM (242); Long Civil Rights Movement (140); Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303)
Various Faculty: The US since 1901 (Twentieth-Century US History) (240)
Religion
Elphick: Protestantism (261); Global Christianity (265)
Eudell: Early African American (241)
Garcia: Spanish Inquisition (126)
Holmes: European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (216)
Masters: Islamic Civilization (231), Mystical Traditions in Islam (337)
Miller: Classic Christian Texts (206); Augustine's Confessions (354)
Nussdorfer: Rome through the Ages (208)
Schatz: American Jewish History (210)
Shaw: Magic and Witchcraft in Early Europe (134); Reformation in Britain (167); Medieval Europe (201); Making of Britain (211); Saints and Sinners In Europe (284); Reason against Itself (322); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Religion, Secularism, and Modernity (323); “If there is no God, then everything is permitted?” Moral Life in a Secular World (395)
Teter: Jewish History: From Biblical Israel to Diaspora Jews (247); Jewish History: From Spanish Expulsion to Jon Stewart (248); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267); Jews Under Christianity and Islam: Borders, Boundaries, and Coexistence (301)
Twagira: Social History of Islam in Africa (334)
Various Faculty: Religion and History (323); Early Modern Europe (202)
Revolution and Social Movements
Eudell: War and National (Re)Formation (159)
Greene: The Spanish Civil War (160); France at War (164); Modern Europe (203); France Since 1870 (220); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Grimmer-Solem: Empire, Nationhood and the Quest for German Unity (120); Crisis, Creativity and Modernity in the Weimar Republic (319); The Social Question and the Rise of the Welfare State (347)
Holmes: Comparative French Revolutions (377)
Lennox: Liberty and Loyalism (238)
Masters: Arab Spring (111)
Pinch: Gandhi (181)
Schatz: American Labor History (266); Rise of Conservative Movement in the U.S. (342)
Schwarcz: Modern China (224)
Shaw: Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Smith-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218); Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219); Communist Experience (184)
Tucker: Nineteenth-Century Britain (269)
Wightman: Modern Latin America (245); Power and Resistance (320)
Wright: Long Civil Rights Movement (140); Race, Rage, Riots, and Backlash (303); Black Political Thought (309)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)
Science, Technology, and Medicine
Erickson: Science in the Making (176); History of Ecology (221); Science in Western Culture, 1650-1900 (254); The Economy of Nature and Nations (307); Science and the State (336); The History of Rationality: From Moral Philosophy to Artificial Intelligence (340)>
Fullilove: Food Security (374); Materia Medica (393); Social Life of the Modern Fact (217)
Johnston: Disease and Epidemics in Historical Perspective (2xx)
Miller: Theories and Models (141)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Secularization (2xx)
Teter: From Clay Tablet to the iPad: History of the Book in Intercultural Perspective (157)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3xx)
South Asia
Pinch: Gandhi (181); India Before Europe (258); Modern India (285); The Great Game (317)
Thought and Ideas
Erickson: Science in Western Culture, 1650-1900 (254); The Economy of Nature and Nations (307); The History of Rationality: From Moral Philosophy to Artificial Intelligence (340)
Eudell: Toward an Archaeology of the U.S. Prison System (357)
Greene: Modern Europe (203); France Since 1870 (220); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Holmes: Enlightenment Concept of the Self (153); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (216); French Existentialism and Marxism (383)
Kleinberg: Text and Context: Readings in Modern Europe (114); Existentialism in Film and Literature (256); 20th-Century Intellectual History (259); Death and the Limits of Representation (297); Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent (318)
Miller: Classic Christian Texts (206); Augustine's Confessions (354); European Intellectual History to the Renaissance (215); European Intellectual History Since the Renaissance (216); Political Fiction (294); Romanticism and Political Fiction (385); Theories and Models (141)
Schatz: Rise of Conservative Movement in the U.S. (342)
Schwarcz: History of Traditional China (223); The Jewish Experience in China (308)
Shaw: Reason against Itself (322)
Teter: Jewish Tradition, Its Texts and Contexts (105); Performing Jewish Studies: History, Methods, and Models (313)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3xx)
Wright: Black Political Thought (309)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)
Visual and Material Culture
Grimmer-Solem: Crisis, Creativity and Modernity in the Weimar Republic (319)
Lennox: Geography and History (3xx)
Eudell: War and National (Re)Formation (159)
Nussdorfer: Rome through the Ages (208)
Solkin-Rothrock: Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219); Communist Experience (184)
Teter: From Clay Tablet to the iPad: History of the Book in Intercultural Perspective (157); Out of the Shtetl: Jews in Eastern Europe (267)
Tucker: Introduction to Visual Studies: Methods and Debates (3xx)
Shimizu: Food Histories in East Asia (253)
War and Violence
Greene: Appeasement and the Origins of the Second World War (158); The Spanish Civil War (160); France at War (164); Modern Europe (203); Europe in the Age of Violence (209); France Since 1870 (220); Fascism (371); Italy and Spain Since 1900 (388)
Grimmer-Solem: Empire, Nationhood and the Quest for German Unity (120); Inside Nazi Germany (263); The Holocaust (376)
Johnston: Japan and the Atomic Bomb (381)
Lennox: Early North America (237); Liberty and Loyalism (238)
Masters: Empires in World History (251)
Pinch: Gandhi (181); Modern South Asia (285); The Great Game (317)
Schatz: End of the Cold War (375)
Shaw: Medieval Europe (201); Plague, Rebellion, and Heresy, England, 1290-1520 (387)
Smolkin-Rothrock: Russian History to 1881 (218); Russian and Soviet History, 1881-Present (219)
Various Faculty: Early Modern Europe (202)

Revised 23 August 2014