ARCHIVE: Spring 2002
History (HST)

HST 101 Global History Since 1500. (3)
fall and spring
Survey of Africa, the Americas, and Eurasia; changes in communication, communities, demography, economics, environment, politics, religion, technology, warfare, and women. Lecture, CD-ROM, electronic forum, discussion.
General Studies: G, H

HST 102 Western Civilization. (3)
fall and spring
Origins and development of Western societies and institutions from the ancient world through the Middle Ages.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 103 Western Civilization. (3)
fall and spring
Origins and development of Western societies and institutions from Black Death through the Renaissance and Reformation to the Enlightenment.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 104 Western Civilization. (3)
fall and spring
Origins and development of Western societies and institutions from the French Revolution to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 105 Slavic Civilization. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Development of Slavic cultures and societies from medieval Byzantium to the present; introduction to modern Eurasia. Lecture, discussion, electronic forum.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 106 Asian Civilizations. (3)
once a year
Civilizations of China, Japan, and India from antiquity to the 17th century.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 107 Asian Civilizations. (3)
once a year
Civilizations of China, Japan, India, and Southeast Asia from the 17th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 108 Introduction to Japan. (3)
fall
Historical survey of the people, culture, politics, and economy of Japan, supplemented by audiovisual presentations. Intended for nonmajors.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 109 The United States to 1865. (3)
fall and spring
Growth of the Republic from the colonial period through the Civil War.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 110 The United States Since 1865. (3)
fall and spring
Growth of the Republic from the Civil War to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 200 Historical Themes. (3)
once a year
General introduction to selected themes in history. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 201 Historical Themes in Asia. (3)
once a year
General introduction to selected themes in Asian history. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 202 Historical Themes in Europe. (3)
once a year
General introduction to selected themes in European history. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 203 Historical Themes in Latin America. (3)
once a year
General introduction to selected themes in Latin American history. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 204 Historical Themes in the United States. (3)
once a year
General introduction to selected themes in United States history. May be repeated for credit when topics vary.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 210 American Social History. (3)
once a year
American society from the colonial period to the present. Ethnicity, race, age, and sex as factors in historical experience. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or 105.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 211 American Jewish History. (3)
not regularly offered
Chronological analysis of Jews and Judaism in American history and letters.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 212 American Military History. (3)
not regularly offered
Study of the role of the military in American life during war and peace from colonial times to the present day. 3 hours lecture, conference.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 240 Introduction to Southeast Asia. (3)
fall
Interdisciplinary introduction to the cultures, religions, political systems, geography, and history of Southeast Asia. Cross-listed as ASB 240/GCU 240/POS 240/REL 240. Credit is allowed for only ASB 240 or GCU 240 or HST 240 or POS 240 or REL 240.
General Studies: G

HST 294 ST: Selected Topics in History. (3)
not regularly offered
Full description of topics for any semester is available in the Department of History office. May be repeated for credit.

HST 300 Historical Inquiry. (3)
fall and spring
Historical methods and critical inquiry related to particular events and processes. Topics vary. Required course for majors. Prerequisite for HST 498. Discussion, seminar, lecture. Prerequisites: ENG 102; History major.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 302 Studies in History. (3)
once a year
Specialized topics in history. Explores countries, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 303 Studies in Asian History. (3)
once a year
Specialized topics in Asian history. Explores countries, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 304 Studies in European History. (3)
once a year
Specialized topics in European history. Explores countries, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 305 Studies in Latin American History. (3)
once a year
Specialized topics in Latin American history. Explores countries, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 306 Studies in United States History. (3)
once a year
Specialized topics in United States history. Explores regions, cultures, and issues in history, and their interpretation in historical scholarship.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 309 Exploration and Empire. (3)
once a year
Survey of European discovery, exploration, and imperialism in the early modern and modern periods.
General Studies: L, H

HST 310 Film as History. (3)
once a year
Survey of moving image media as recorder, object, and writer of history.
General Studies: HU

HST 313 American Cultural History to 1865. (3)
fall and spring
Culture, including ideas, ideals, the arts, and social and economic standards, from the nation’s colonial and early national periods.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 314 American Cultural History Since 1865. (3)
fall and spring
Culture, including ideas, ideals, the arts, and social and economic standards, from the age of industrialism to modern U.S.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 315 Political History of the United States. (3)
once a year
American political history since independence, focusing post-1865. Evaluates major trends in issues, presidential leadership, elections, and state politics. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 316 20th-Century U.S. Foreign Relations. (3)
once a year
U.S. relations with foreign powers from the late 19th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 318 United States Labor History. (3)
not regularly offered
American workers, from the colonial period to the present, including farmers, slaves, housewives, the skilled and unskilled, unionized and nonunionized.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 319 U.S. Urban History to 1850. (3)
once a year
History of the city in American life from the colonial period to the mid-19th century.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 320 U.S. Urban History Since 1850. (3)
once a year
History of the city in American life from the mid-19th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 321 Constitutional History of the United States to 1865. (3)
fall
Origin and development of the American constitutional system from colonial period through the Civil War.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 322 Constitutional History of the United States Since 1865. (3)
spring
Development of the U.S. constitutional system from Reconstruction to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 325 Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States. (3)
fall and spring
Origins, historical development, and future of a multiethnic society, 1492 to 2050. Prerequisite: HST 109 or 110.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 327 Women in U.S. History, 1600 – 1880. (3)
fall and spring
Examines American women of diverse racial, religious, and ethnic groups and classes; focuses on changing definitions of women’s roles.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 328 Women in U.S. History, 1880 – 1980. (3)
fall and spring
Examines American women of diverse racial, religious, and ethnic groups and classes; focuses on changing definitions of women’s roles.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 329 Women in 20th-Century U.S. West. (3)
once a year
Examines how women of various cultures have contended for and shaped the U.S. West, including the West of imagination. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: C, H

HST 330 Mexican Women in the United States: Conquests and Migrations. (3)
once a year
Overview of Chicana history from Mesoamerican origins to the present, focusing on Mexican women in the western U.S. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: L/SB, C, H

HST 331 Mexican American History to 1900. (3)
once a year
Mexican American history from pre-Hispanic origins to frontier journeys north through 19th-century life in the U.S. Southwest.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 332 Mexican American History Since 1900. (3)
once a year
Traces the formation of Mexican American communities across the rural and urban U.S. and examines 20th-century immigration from Mexico.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 333 African American History to 1865. (3)
once a year
The African American in American history, thought, and culture from slavery to 1865. Cross-listed as AFS 363. Credit is allowed for only AFS 363 or HST 333.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 334 African American History Since 1865. (3)
once a year
The African American in American history, thought, and culture from 1865 to the present. Cross-listed as AFS 364. Credit is allowed for only AFS 364 or HST 334.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 337 American Indian History to 1900. (3)
fall and spring
Cultural, economic, political, and social continuity and change of American Indian communities to 1900.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 338 American Indian History Since 1900. (3)
fall and spring
Cultural, economic, political, and social continuity and change of American Indian communities from 1900 to the present.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 341 The U.S. West in the 19th Century. (3)
once a year
Social, political, and economic development of the trans-Mississippi West, beginning with the Louisiana Purchase and ending in 1900.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 342 The U.S. West in the 20th Century. (3)
fall and spring
Role of the western states in U.S. history since 1890 emphasizing politics, the environment, industry and labor, and ethnic minorities.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 343 The American Southwest. (3)
once a year
Development of the region from 1848 to the present.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 344 Arizona. (3)
fall and spring
Emergence of the state from early times to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 347 Ancient Greece. (3)
fall
History and civilization of the Greek world from 650 B.C.E. to the death of Alexander the Great.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 348 Rome. (3)
spring
History and civilization of Rome from the beginning of the Republic to the end of the Empire.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 349 The Early Middle Ages. (3)
fall
Political, socioeconomic, and cultural developments of Western Europe from the 5th through 10th centuries.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 350 The Later Middle Ages. (3)
spring
Political, socioeconomic, and cultural developments of Western Europe from the 11th through 15th centuries.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 351 Renaissance Europe. (3)
fall
Culture of the Renaissance in Italy and Northern Europe from the 14th to the early 16th centuries.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 352 Europe’s Reformations. (3)
spring
Causes and implications of the major Protestant, Catholic, and Radical religious reformations in 16th- and 17th-century Europe.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 353 The Old Regime in Europe. (3)
fall
Society and culture of Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 354 Revolutionary Europe. (3)
spring
Political, social, economic, and intellectual currents in Europe from the French through the Russian Revolutions.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 355 Total War and the Crisis of Modernity. (3)
fall
Forces of change and instability in early 20th-century Europe.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 356 Europe Since 1945. (3)
not regularly offered
Europe in its world setting since World War II, emphasizing major political and social issues from 1945 to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 358 Jewish History from the Bible to 1492. (3)
fall
Continuity and change in political, legal, economic, and sociocultural history of the Jews from biblical through medieval times. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 359 Jewish History from 1492 to 1948. (3)
spring
Jewish history from early modern through modern times, highlighting emancipation, enlightenment, and Jewish responses to modernity. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 361 Witchcraft and Heresy in Europe. (3)
not regularly offered
Background, origins, and development of the Inquisition; persecution of women and marginal groups. Cross-listed as REL 374. Credit is allowed for only HST 361 or REL 374. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: L, H

HST 362 Sex and Society in Classical and Medieval Europe. (3)
fall
Family life, sex roles, and marriage, and their relationship to political, economic, and religious change in classical and medieval Europe. Lecture, discussion. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 363 Sex and Society in Early Modern Europe. (3)
spring
Family life, sex roles, and marriage and their relationship to political, economic, and religious change in early modern Europe. Lecture, discussion. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 364 Sex and Society in Modern Europe. (3)
not regularly offered
Family life, sex roles, and marriage, and their relationship to political, economic, and social changes in modern Europe. Lecture, discussion. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 365 Women in Europe. (3)
once a year
European women’s diverse religious, ethnic, national, and economic roles in society, culture, and politics, 1750 to the present.
General Studies: L/HU/SB, H

HST 366 England to 1689. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, and social development of the English people to the late 17th century.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 367 Modern Britain. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, and social development in Britain from 17th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 368 Culture and Imagination in European History. (3)
once a year
Topics in European cultural and intellectual history. May be repeated for credit.
General Studies: HU, H

HST 370 Eastern Europe in Transition. (3)
once a year
Democratization, privatization, and identity transformations since the fall of communism in contemporary Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 372 The Modern Middle East. (3)
not regularly offered
Impact of the West and modernization upon Middle Eastern governments, religion, and society in the19th and 20th centuries.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 375 Colonial Latin America. (3)
fall and spring
Ancient civilization, exploration and conquerors, and colonial institutions.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 376 Modern Latin America. (3)
fall and spring
Nationalistic development of the independent republics since 1821.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 377 Women in Colonial Latin America. (3)
fall
History of women in colonial Latin America, cross-examining class, race, and gender relations in depth. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: H

HST 378 Latin American Women: The National Period. (3)
spring
Surveys the history of women, gender relations, and state policies in a broad continental setting, from independence to the present. Lecture, media, discussion.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 380 Cultural History of Latin America. (3)
not regularly offered
Main currents of thought, the outstanding thinkers, and their impact on 19th- and 20th-century Latin America. Cultural and institutional basis of Latin American life.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 383 China. (3)
fall
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of the Chinese people from early times to the 17th century.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 384 China. (3)
spring
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of the Chinese people from the 17th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 385 Chinese Science and Medicine. (3)
not regularly offered
Explores developments of Chinese traditions dealing with the natural world, science, and medicine. Lecture, discussion. Cross-listed as HPS 325. Credit is allowed for only HPS 325 or HST 385.
General Studies: HU, G, H

HST 386 Interpreting China’s Classics. (3)
not regularly offered
Study of selected Confucian and/or Taoist classics and ways they have been read in both Asian and Western scholarship. Cross-listed as HUM 312. Credit is allowed for only HST 386 or HUM 312.
General Studies: L/HU, H

HST 387 Japan. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of the Japanese people from early times to the 17th century.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 388 Japan. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of the Japanese people from the 17th century to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 389 Japanese Society and Values: Premodern. (3)
not regularly offered
Effects of economic and social transitions on personal and social values as reflected in the dramatizations of contemporary events.

HST 391 Modern Southeast Asia. (3)
spring
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, and Philippines since 1750: imperialism, revolution, and independence. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 394 ST: Selected Topics in History. (3)
fall and spring
Full description of topics for any semester is available in the Department of History office. May be repeated for credit.

HST 405 Colonial American History to 1763. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, social, and cultural history of the colonial era. Concentrates on English colonies, with some consideration of Spanish, French, and other colonial regions in North America.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 406 The American Revolution, 1763 – 1789. (3)
once a year
Causes, course, and consequences of the American Revolution culminating in the ratification of the Constitution.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 407 The Early U.S. Republic, 1789 – 1850. (3)
once a year
Political, social, economic, and cultural development of the United States from the Revolution to 1850.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 408 Civil War and Reconstruction. (3)
once a year
Explores the causes, conduct, and consequences of the American Civil War, concentrating on the years 1848 to 1877.
General Studies: L/SB, H

HST 409 The Emergence of the Modern United States, 1877 to 1918. (3)
once a year
Triumph of modern political, social, and economic structures and values, 1877 – 1918; role of region, religion, race, and ethnicity.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 410 The Modern United States, 1918 to 1945. (3)
once a year
1920’s boom and the crash, the Depression and the New Deal response. The Second World War at home and abroad.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 411 The Postwar United States, 1945 to 1973. (3)
once a year
Cold War, prosperity, reform, and immense social and political change in the U.S.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 412 The Contemporary United States, 1973 to the Present. (3)
once a year
End of the Cold War, political crises, and cultural transformations in the U.S.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 414 The Modern U.S. Economy. (3)
not regularly offered
Origins of 19th-century slavery and industrialization; 20th-century crisis and regulation: political economy of an advanced capitalist democracy. Prerequisite: ECN 111 (or 112) or HST 109 (or 110).
General Studies: SB, H

HST 415 Unequal Sisters: Women and Political and Cultural Change. (3)
once a year
Examines race, ethnic, and class differences among women, focusing on the political and cultural experiences of women in the U.S.
General Studies: L/SB, C, H

HST 416 Indian History of the Southwest. (3)
once a year
Reviews historical events from prehistoric peoples, the Spanish and Mexican periods, and the U.S. period from 1846 to present.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 417 Topics in Mexican American History. (3)
once a year
Focuses on specific topics in Mexican American history including immigration, civil rights, the Chicano Movement, union activism, and regional and generational differences.
General Studies: SB, C, H

HST 423 The Tudor Monarchy. (3)
once a year
Political, cultural, and social foundations of 16th-century England.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 424 The Stuart Transformation of England. (3)
once a year
Political, social, economic, and cultural developments in 17th-century England.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 426 The British Empire. (3)
once a year
British imperialism and colonialism in Africa, the Americas, Asia, and the South Pacific. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 427 The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era. (3)
once a year
Conditions in Pre-Revolutionary and Revolutionary France; organization of France under Napoleon and impact of French changes upon Europe.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 428 Modern France. (3)
not regularly offered
Social, political, economic, and cultural transformations of French society, 1815 – present. Impact of industrialization, war, and revolution on people’s lives. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or instructor approval.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 429 Modern Germany. (3)
once a year
Germany since 1871.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 430 Hitler: Man and Legend. (3)
once a year
Biographical approach to the German Third Reich emphasizing nature of Nazi regime, sociocultural issues, World War II, and historiography.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 431 Eastern Europe and the Balkans Before 1914. (3)
not regularly offered
Empire and nation in Eastern Europe and the Balkans before World War I, emphasizing Hapsburg and Ottoman lands.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 432 Eastern Europe and the Balkans in the 20th Century. (3)
not regularly offered
Politics and culture in Eastern Europe and the Balkans from World War I to the present.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 435 The Russian Empire. (3)
fall
Development of Russian imperial institutions and civil society from the 17th to the early 20th centuries. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 436 The Soviet Experiment. (3)
spring
Communist revolutionaries’ rule of Russia, focusing on utopian culture, Stalinist terror, heroism in war, and the breakup of the former USSR.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 437 Spain Through the Golden Age. (3)
not regularly offered
Cultural, economic, political, and social development of Spain from antiquity to the late 17th century.
General Studies: HU/SB, H

HST 438 Modern Spain. (3)
not regularly offered
Cultural, economic, political, and social development of modern Spain.
General Studies: HU/SB, G, H

HST 441 Spanish South America. (3)
not regularly offered
Political, economic, and social development of the Spanish-speaking nations of South America since independence. 19th-century developments.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 442 Spanish South America. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, and social development of the Spanish-speaking nations of South America. 20th-century developments.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 443 The United States and Latin America. (3)
once a year
Latin American struggle for diplomatic recognition, attempts at political union, participation in international organizations since 1810, and relations between the United States and Latin America.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 445 20th-Century Cuba. (3)
once a year
History of Cuba from colonial era to formation of the early republic; political, economic, social development in late 20th century. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 446 Colonial Mexico. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, social, and cultural developments from pre-Columbian times to 1810.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 447 Modern Mexico. (3)
once a year
Political, economic, social, and cultural developments from 1810 to the present.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 451 Chinese Cultural History. (3)
not regularly offered
China’s classics in translation studied both for their intrinsic ideas and for the origins of Chinese thought.
General Studies: SB, H

HST 452 Chinese Cultural History. (3)
not regularly offered
Evolution of Confucian thought, its synthesis with Taoism and Buddhism, and modern reactions against, and uses of, Confucian traditions.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 453 The People’s Republic of China. (3)
not regularly offered
Analyzes major political, social, economic, and intellectual trends in China since the founding of the People’s Republic in 1949.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 455 The United States and Japan. (3)
fall
Cultural, political, and economic relations in the 19th and 20th centuries. Emphasizes post-World War II period.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 456 The Vietnam War. (3)
once a year
Intersection of American and Asian histories in Vietnam, viewed from as many sides as possible.
General Studies: SB, G, H

HST 460 History of Fire. (3)
fall
Global survey of the natural and cultural history of fire. Lecture, discussion.
General Studies: L, H

HST 480 Methods of Teaching History: Classroom Resources. (3)
fall
Methods in instruction, organization, and presentation of the subject matter of history and closely allied fields. Prerequisites: HST 300; ITC admission.

HST 481 Methods of Teaching History: Community Resources. (3)
spring
Identify community-based resources for teaching history, work with resources, and learn how to integrate them into the secondary classroom. Lecture, lab. Prerequisites: HST 300; ITC admission.

HST 484 Internship. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered

HST 492 Honors Directed Study. (1 – 6)
not regularly offered

HST 493 Honors Thesis. (3)
not regularly offered
General Studies: L

HST 494 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered

HST 498 PS: History Pro-Seminar. (3)
fall and spring
Required course for majors on topic selected by instructor; writing-intensive course related to the development of research skills and writing tools used by historians. Prerequisites: HST 300; History major.
General Studies: L

HST 499 Individualized Instruction. (1 – 3)
not regularly offered

HST 500 Methods of Historical Investigations. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 502 Public History Methodology. (3)
fall
Introduces historical research methodologies, techniques, and strategies used by public historians. Readings, short papers, and guest speakers. Required for students in the public history concentration.

HST 512 Western Civilization to the Enlightenment. (3)
fall
Systematically examines various interpretations of Western civilization from the ancient Middle Eastern civilizations to the European Enlightenment. Seminar.

HST 513 Western Civilization Since the French Revolution. (3)
spring
Systematically examines various interpretations of Western civilization since the French Revolution. Seminar.

HST 514 Historians of the United States. (3)
not regularly offered
Study of the history of American historical writing from the early colonial days to the 20th century.

HST 515 Studies in Historiography. (3)
fall and spring
Methods and theories of writers of history. May be repeated for credit.

HST 525 Historical Resource Management. (3)
fall
Identification, documentation, and interpretation of historic period buildings, sites, and districts. Emphasis on interdisciplinary efforts among historians, architects, and anthropologists.

HST 526 Historians and Preservation. (3)
spring
Preparation of historians for public and private historic preservation programs. Prerequisite: HST 525 or instructor approval.

HST 527 Historical Administration. (3)
fall
Preparation of historians in administration of archives and historical sites, museums, societies, and offices in government agencies.

HST 532 Community History. (3)
not regularly offered
Techniques and methods of community history emphasizing local resources. Required for community history option. Seminar.

HST 551 Comparative Histories of War and Revolution. (3)
once a year
Comparative field course of the themes of war and revolution.

HST 552 Comparative History of Family and Community. (3)
not regularly offered
Comparative course with a focus on family, including minority and ethnic groups, in society.

HST 553 Comparative History of State and Institutions. (3)
not regularly offered
Comparative course that explores the changing nature of central institutions and government.

HST 554 Comparative Historical Population Studies: Ethnicity, Economy, and Migration. (3)
not regularly offered
Comparative course that explores the impact of social, cultural, or economic changes in the population.

HST 555 Comparative Historical Topics. (3)
not regularly offered
Analyzes a variety of specific social, political, cultural, and intellectual topics.

HST 584 Internship. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 590 Reading and Conference. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 591 Seminar. (3)
not regularly offered
May be repeated for credit.

HST 592 Research. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 595 Continuing Registration. (1)
not regularly offered

HST 598 Special Topics. (1 – 4)
not regularly offered
Reading courses designed to increase familiarity with a particular topic and the important writing concerning it. May be repeated for credit. Possible topics:

(a)Asian History. (3)
(b)English and British History. (3)
(c)European History. (3)
(d)Latin American History. (3)
(e)U.S. History. (3)

HST 599 Thesis. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 684 Internship. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 690 Reading and Conference. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 695 Continuing Registration. (1)
not regularly offered

HST 700 Public History Research Methods. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 790 Reading and Conference. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 791 Seminar. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 792 Research. (1 – 12)
not regularly offered

HST 795 Continuing Registration. (1)
not regularly offered

HST 799 Dissertation. (1 – 15)
not regularly offered

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