Want to know what courses will be offered in future semesters? Plan out your future by reading the department's planned offerings.

If you have questions about what you should register for, please contact the Department of History's undergraduate advisor Tawona Adedokun.

Fall 2024 Upper Division Courses 

Course offerings are subject to change between now and the start of the semester.

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

  • GL – Course fulfills the global learning discipline specific UCC requirement.
  • OL – Online Live class (meets regularly online at a set time)

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

Fall In-Person:

Junior Seminar

  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Students and Politics in Modern Latin America (Londono)
  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Social and Cultural History of Europe (Terry-Roisin)

Senior Seminar

  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: (De)Colonizing Modern Russia (Friedman)

Europe

  • EUH 4130: The Knight in European and Mediterranean History (Terry-Roisin)
  • EUH 4384: Premodern Mediterranean (Bender)
  • EUH 4408: Alexander The Great (Davies)

Latin America 

  • LAH 4482: Cuba: 18th-20th Centuries (Silva)
  • LAH 4932: Topics in Latin American History - Topic: Monsters in History (Garcia)

United States

  • AMH 4333: History of American Conservatism (Maxwell)

Fall Online:

Junior Seminar

  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Traditional Theories and Digital Methodologies (Pan)
  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Witch Hunts in Europe (Bender)

Senior Seminar

  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: Islamic Reform and Politics in the Modern Middle East (Abi-Hamad) OL
  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: Haiti and History (Verna)

Asia

  • ASH 3280: Introduction to Korean History (Rogers)
  • ASH 3440: History of Japan (Lopez-Bravo)
  • ASH 4300: East Asian Civilization (Messersmith)
  • ASH 4384: History of Women in Asia (Lopez-Bravo)
  • ASH 4404: History of China (Wang) OL

Europe

  • EUH 3143: Age of the Reformation (Kern)

United States

  • AMH 3141: American History, 1790-1860 (Nedervelt)
  • AMH 4130: The American Revolution (Gibbs) OL
  • AMH 4140: Age Of Jefferson (Gibbs) OL

World or ComparativeHistory

  • WOH 3266: History of the British Empire (Abi-Hamad)

Summer 2024 Upper Division Courses 

Course offerings are subject to change between now and the start of the semester.

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

  • GL – Course fulfills the global learning discipline specific UCC requirement.
  • OL – Online Live class (meets regularly online at a set time)

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

Summer In-Person:

United States

  • AMH 3012: American History, 1600-1763 (Rodriguez) Hybrid
  • AMH 3310: Social Movement in Modern U.S. History (Rodriguez) Hybrid
  • AMH 3643: Early America Film and Fiction (Jones)
  • AMH 4230: The Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression (Jones) 

Summer Online:

Asia

  • ASH 4300: East Asian Civilization (Messersmith)

Europe

  • EUH 3181: Medieval Culture (Kern) OL
  • EUH 3193: The Black Death (Bender)
  • EUH 3400: Greek History (Davies)
  • EUH 4033: Nazism and the Holocaust (Gondek)

United States

  • AMH 4671: Race, Gender, Science (Gondek)

Spring 2024 Upper Division Courses 

Course offerings are subject to change between now and the start of the semester.

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

  • GL – Course fulfills the global learning discipline specific UCC requirement.
  • OL – Online Live class (meets regularly online at a set time)

Courses that appear in more than one category can fulfill only one requirement at a time. Always check with an advisor on the courses you need

Spring In-Person:

Junior Seminar

  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Healing Medicine and Public Health in Early Modern Latin America (Mansilla) Hybrid
  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: Rooted Knowledge: Where the Textual Meets the Visual (Friedman)

Senior Seminar

  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: End of Empires (Peterson)

Europe

  • EUH 3511: Tudor and Stuart England (Bender)
  • EUH 4033: Nazism & Holocaust (Peterson) GL
  • EUH 4521: Victorian Britain: Culture, Society and Empire (Jones)

Latin America

  • LAH 4201: History of Modern Colombia: War, Music and the Underground Economy (Londono)
  • LAH 4482: Cuba: 18th-20th Centuries (Ermer)

United States

  • AMH 3317: America and Movies, Topic: A History of the Fourth Estate (Luca)

World or Comparative History

  • WOH 4430: Piracy in the Spanish World, 1500-1750 (Mansilla) Hybrid, GL
  • WOH 3244: World War II: A Global History (Peterson) GL

Spring Online and Online Live

Junior Seminar

  • HIS 3051: Junior Seminar: Approaches to History - Topic: Traditional Historiography and Digital Methodology (Pan)
  • HIS 3051: Approaches to History - Topic: History of Emotions (Valero)

Senior Seminar

  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: Representations of Blackness and Slavery in Atlantic Popular Culture, 18th Century-Present (Gibbs)
  • HIS 4935: Senior Seminar, Topic: Crime and Violence in Premodern Europe (Bender)

Africa

  • AFH 4450: History of South Arica (Maxwell) OL, GL

Asia

  • ASH 3440: History of Japan (Lopez Bravo)
  • ASH 3631: The Pacific War in Asia (Pan) GL
  • ASH 4300: East Asian Civilization (Messersmith)
  • ASH 4404: History of China (Wang)

Europe

  • EUH 4142: Renaissance Reformation (Terry Roisin)
  • EUH 4185: Viking Society (Kern) GL

Latin America

  • LAH 4471: Colonial Caribbean (Nedervelt)

United States

  • AMH 4671: Race, Gender, Science (Gondek) GL

World or Comparative History

  • HIS 3601: Careers for History Majors (Capo)

Course trailers and posters

EUH 4170 Course Poster:
Forgotten Realms of the Late Middle Ages

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AMH 4333 Course Trailer:
History of American Conservatism