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HIST367 Courses

Because they are designated as “experimental courses,” The History Department’s 367 course offerings will often not appear on your student transcript as meeting a specific History content area (American, European, or Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East history).

Don't worry! They do count for one of the three categories.

Below is a list of HIST367 courses taught in the past 4 years, grouped under the appropriate History content areas. You will be given credit for your HIST367 courses in that specific area.

American History European History

Alchon
AMONG THE AMERICANS

Bendler
REVOLUTIONARY DELAWARE

Boylan
WOMEN’S RIGHTS IN AMERICAN HISTORY 

Coleman
BLACKS IN THE AMERICAN WEST

Davis
HISTORY OF SEXUALITY IN THE U.S.

Johanningsmeier
AMERICA IN THE 1960s

Johanningsmeier
AMERICAN RADICALISM

LaGrone
AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY

Lanctot
AMERICAN SPORTS HISTORY

McLarnon
HISTORY OF U.S.-LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS

Russ
MODERN AMERICAN BUSINESS HISTORY

Suisman
AMERICAN CONSUMER CAPITALISM

 

Frassetto
CHRISTIANS & MUSLIMS IN THE MIDDLE AGES

Frassetto
HERESY, INQUISITION, AND CRUSADE IN THE
MIDDLE AGES

Frassetto
UNDER CROSS & CRESCENT: JEWS IN THE MIDDLE AGES

Hurt
WORLD WAR II IN EUROPE

Montaño
ENGLAND’S RISE TO GREATNESS, 1689-1789

Shoemaker
WORLD WAR I

White  
REVOLUTIONARY FRANCE 1789-1871

Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East

Buckley
HISTORY OF BRAZIL

Flaherty
JAPAN IN THE 20th CENTURY

Flaherty
THE U.S. IN ASIA & THE PACIFIC

Flaherty
WHAT’S JAPANESE ABOUT GLOBAL POP CULTURE?

Flaherty
WOMEN IN JAPANESE HISTORY

Lopez-Denis
CUBAN HISTORY, POLITICS AND CULTURE

Rawat        
HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA