Courses

For the most current information about courses offered in History, please consult the College's Dynamic Schedule Website.

The department offers several types of courses at the graduate level: reading colloquia (called proseminars), research seminars designed to teach students research methods and help them craft their master's thesis and other original research projects, and larger classes in which students attend faculty lectures and meet separately with faculty to discuss additional readings. The following reading colloquia are tentatively scheduled to be offered over the next three years:

  • Public History
  • Ethnographic History
  • Readings in Early American Hist
  • Colonialism & Resistance in the Americas
  • US South to 1861-Ely
  • Civil War Era- Sheriff
  • Readings in Af-Am Cultural Hist
  • Approaches to World History
  • Comparative Revolutions-Corney
  • American Revolution
  • Early Republic-Grasso
  • African American-Ely
  • 19th Century West-Sheriff
  • US Foreign Policy-Kitamura
  • Gender and Sexuality-Meyer
  • Empires and Imperialism-Zutshi
  • Nations, Nationalism & Nat. Ident.-Koloski
  • Slave Trade-LaFleur
  • New South-Nelson
  • American West Since 1890-Fisher
  • Race in Comparative Persp.-Konefal

If you need more information, here is the A&S Graduate Course Catalog.