Graduate Course Offerings – SPRING 2019

SPRING 2019

5000 Level Courses

HIST 5102 - Theory and Methodology 2

Title: HIST 5102 – Theory and Methodology 2

Instructor:  Heather Streets-Salter

CRN: 30858

Sequence: Mondays, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

Description: Continues HIST 5101. Offers an advanced exploration of the theories and methods used by historians to develop students’ ability to understand and critique the work of other historians. Emphasis is on theories and methods in world history, such as comparative models, systemic approaches, and focus on interconnections. Explores what it means to have a local, national, or global perspective, and how world history fits in with other fields of historical scholarship. Required of all PhD students.

7000 Level Courses

HIST 7219 - Digital Space & Place

Title: HIST 7219 – Digital Space & Place

Instructor: Benjamin Schmidt

CRN: 37741

Sequence: Thursdays, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

Description: Special Topic course on digital space and place.

HIST 7221 - Anthropology and History

Title: HIST 7221 – Anthropology and History

Instructor: Katherine Luongo

CRN: 36862

Sequence: Wednesdays, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

Description: Offers readings on selected themes and issues in Anthropology and History.

HIST 7250 - Media History

Title: HIST 7250 – Media History

Instructor: Victoria Cain

CRN: 35600

Sequence: Tuesdays, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

Description: Special topics on Media History

HIST 7320 - Research Seminar on Public History of Slavery

Title: HIST 7320 – Research Seminar on Public History of Slavery

Instructor: Marty Blatt

CRN: 37637

Sequence: Wednesdays, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

Description: Research Seminar on the Public History of Slavery.