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NIAHD Course Offerings

By Semester

Details about each class can be found in the W&M Course Catalog, Banner, or the Open Course List.

NIAHD Course Offerings from Spring 2021 to Spring 2022
Spring 2022
  • History 212-08The Revolution in Virginia | 22013 | Tu/Th 2:00 pm to 3:20 pm | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]]
  • History 212-01 | The Constitution and American Popular Politics | 21328 | M/W 2:00 pm to 3:20 pm | [[rschroeder,Robyn Schroeder]]
  • History 214-01The Era of Jamestown | 25595 Tu/Th 9:30 am to 10:50 am | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 216-01Tales of Four Cities: Jamestown, Yorktown, Williamsburg, and Richmond | 25596 F 12:00 pm to 4:50 pm | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]] & [[acgreen,Amy Stallings]]
  • History 220-01Colonial and Revolutionary Williamsburg | 21664Tu/Th 11:00 am to 12:20 pm | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 405-01 | History Museums and Historic Preservation | 21595 M 9:00 am to 11:50 am | Instructor Permission Required [[dabro3,Dave Brown]]
  • History 407-01 | NIAHD Field School in Material Culture | 21399 Th 2:00 pm to 4:50 pm | Instructor Permission Required [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 408-01 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 21397Tu 8:00 am to 9:20 am | Instructor Permission Required [[cjrich,Julie Richter]]
  • History 408-02 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 21398TBA | Instructor Permission Required [[cjrich,Julie Richter]]
  • History 410-01 | Early American Architecture | 24955Tu 2:00 pm to 4:50 pm | [[crloun,Carl Lounsbury]]
  • History 414-01 | Public History in the 21st Century | 21570M 2:00 pm to 4:50 pm | [[dabro3,Dave Brown]]
  • History 590-01Early American Architecture | 22646Tu 2:00 pm to 4:50 pm | [[crloun,Carl Lounsbury]]
  • History 590-02 | NIAHD Field School in Material Culture | Th 2:00 pm to 4:50 pm | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
Fall 2022
  • History 211-04 | Virginia in the Colonial Era | 15808 | Tu & Th 9:30 to 10:50 | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]]
  • History 211-11 | Eighteenth-Century Southern Backcountry | 15810 | M & W 2:00 to 3:20 | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]]
  • History 213-01 | Founders and Foundings | 16812 | M & W 3:30 to 4:50 | [[rschroeder,Robyn Schroeder]]
  • History 218-01 | Road to the United States Civil War | 17208 | F 8:00 to 4:00 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 220-01 | Colonial and Revolutionary Williamsburg | 11019 | Tu & Th 11:00 to 12:20 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 220-02 | Colonial and Revolutionary Williamsburg | 16811 | Tu & Th 3:30 to 4:50 | [[acgreen,Amy Stallings]]
  • History 408-01 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 11469 | Tu 8:00 to 9:20 | [[cjrich,Julie Richter]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 408-02 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 11659 | TBA | [[cjrich,Julie Richter]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 409-01 | Public History Lab | 11460 | Th 2:00 to 4:50 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 410-01 | Early American Architecture | 17210 | Tu 2:00 to 4:50 | [[crloun,Carl Lounsbury]]
Spring 2023
  • History 201 | Public History Lab |  | M & W 3:30 to 4:50 | [[rschroeder,Robyn Schroeder]]
  • History 212-11 | The Struggle for Independence in Virginia | 24537 | Tu & Th 2:00 to 3:30 | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]]
  • History 212-16 | Virginia in the Colonial Era |  | M & W 2:00 to 3:30 | [[jpwhit,Jim Whittenburg]]
  • History 214-01 | The Era of Jamestown | 25595 | Tu & Th 11:00 to 12:20 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 216-01 | Tales of Four Cities: Jamestown, Yorktown, Williamsburg, and Richmond | 25596 | F 10:00 to 4:50 | [[acgreen,Amy Stallings]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 220-01 | Colonial and Revolutionary Williamsburg | 21664 | Tu & Th 9:30 to 10:50 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]]
  • History 405-01 | History Museums and Historic Preservation | 21595 | M 9:00 to 11:50 | [[dabro3,Dave Brown]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 407-01 | Field School in Material Culture | 21399 | Th 2:00 to 4:50 | [[semcca,Sarah McCartney]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 408-01 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 21397 | Tu 8:00 to 9:20 | [[cjrich,Julie Richter]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 408-02 | NIAHD Field School in Public History | 21398 | TBA | [[cjrich,Julie Richter]] | Instructor Permission Required
  • History 413-01 | Early British and American Architecture | 26811 | Tu 2:00 to 4:50 | [[crloun,Carl Lounsbury]]
  • History 413-02 | Race and Freedom in Williamsburg, 1699 to 2023 | 26843 | W 2:00 to 4:50 | [[cjrich,Julie Richter]]
  • History 414-01 | Public History in the 21st Century | 21570 | M 2:00 to 4:50 | [[dabro3,Dave Brown]]
Please be sure to email an instructor if you have any questions about a class or if the class requires Instructor Permission to register.

Early American Architecture Students at Bray-Digges House. Students in Prof. Lounsbury's class, learned the basic fundamentals of how to “read” a building to understand the social and cultural intentions of those who commissioned or built it, how it may have been altered over the years to fit new patterns of use, and the historical implications of those changes.