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    Jul 20, 2018  
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History

   •  HIST 009A. Premodern China
   •  HIST 009B. Modern China: Reformers, Revolutionaries, and Rebels
   •  HIST 012. Chivalric Society: Knights, Ladies, and Peasants
   •  HIST 014. Friars, Heretics, and Female Mystics: Religious Turmoil in the Middle Ages
   •  HIST 015. From Classical Rome to Renaissance Florence: The Making of Urban Europe
   •  HIST 021. London Beyond Control
   •  HIST 022. Reparations and the Laws of Slavery
   •  HIST 023. Queer Enlightenment
   •  HIST 025. Colonialism and Nationalism in the Middle East
   •  HIST 026. Histories of Capitalism in the Middle East
   •  HIST 027. Living with Total War: Europe, 1914-1919
   •  HIST 028. Aux Armes! History and Historiography of the French Revolution
   •  HIST 030. Glory Days? Western Europe's Postwar 1945-1975
   •  HIST 031. France in Algeria, France and Algerians, 1830-present
   •  HIST 032. Holidays in the Empire
   •  HIST 033. Environmental History of the Soviet Union
   •  HIST 035. The Modern Jewish Experience
   •  HIST 036. Fascinating Fascism
   •  HIST 037. The Holocaust and Problems of Genocide
   •  HIST 038. Russia in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 039. Picking up the Pieces: Rebuilding Russia after the Collapse of Communism
   •  HIST 042. The American Revolution
   •  HIST 043. Antislavery in America
   •  HIST 044. American Popular Culture
   •  HIST 045. The United States Since 1945
   •  HIST 046. The American Civil War
   •  HIST 050. The Making of the American Working Class
   •  HIST 051. Black Reconstruction
   •  HIST 052. History of Manhood in America
   •  HIST 053. Black Women in the Civil Rights Movement
   •  HIST 055. Social Movements in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 056. The Modern American West, 1850 to the Present
   •  HIST 057. History v. Hollywood
   •  HIST 057B. History v. Hollywood: Black Edition
   •  HIST 058. Africa in America: Gullah/Geechee Life and Culture
   •  HIST 060. The East India Company, 1600- 1857
   •  HIST 061. The Histories of Water
   •  HIST 063. Voices of the Past: Between Oral History and Memory
   •  HIST 065. Cities of (Im)migrants: Buenos Aires, Lima, Miami, and New York
   •  HIST 066. Making Sense of Being Sick: the Social Construction of Diseases in the Modern World
   •  HIST 067. Digging Through the National Security Archive: South American "Dirty Wars" and the United States' Involvement
   •  HIST 068. The Self-image of Modern Latin America
   •  HIST 073. Perils & Phobias: The Case of Yellow
   •  HIST 075. Craft and Technology in China
   •  HIST 076. Women's Work in Premodern China
   •  HIST 077. Fashion: Theory and History
   •  HIST 078. China, Capitalism, and Their Critics
   •  HIST 080. History of the Body
   •  HIST 081. The History of Food in the Modern Era
   •  HIST 083. What Ifs and Might-Have-Beens: Counterfactual Histories
   •  HIST 084. Modern Addiction: Cigarette Smoking in the 20th Century
   •  HIST 089. The Environmental History of Africa
   •  HIST 090B. Irish History
   •  HIST 090C. Women in Late Imperial and Republican China
   •  HIST 090D. A Global History of Chinese Labor
   •  HIST 090E. On the Other Side of the Tracks: Black Urban Community
   •  HIST 090J. INTP Capstone
   •  HIST 090L. Aydelotte Seminar on Liberal Arts Education
   •  HIST 090M. Black Art: Quilting as History and Culture
   •  HIST 090N. Minor Characters and Ordinary People: New Methods in History and Literature
   •  HIST 090P. Creatively Adapting the Past
   •  HIST 090Q. Queer Theory for Historians
   •  HIST 090X. Divided America: History of the Culture Wars
   •  HIST 090Y. From the Frontier to Freedom: Topics in the Study of the South African Past
   •  HIST 090Z. Engendering Difference: Sex, Gender, Race, and the Making of Modern South Africa
   •  HIST 091. Senior Research Seminar
   •  HIST 092. Thesis
   •  HIST 093. Directed Reading

History - Seminars

   •  HIST 111. Muslims, Christians, and Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean
   •  HIST 116. European Intellectual History
   •  HIST 126. Supranational Institutions and Modern Europe
   •  HIST 128. Russia in the 19th and 20th Centuries
   •  HIST 130. Early America in the Atlantic World
   •  HIST 131. Gender and Sexuality in America
   •  HIST 135. Labor and Urban History
   •  HIST 137. Slavery, 1550 to 1865
   •  HIST 140. The Colonial Encounter in Africa
   •  HIST 143. Political Economy of the Middle East
   •  HIST 145. Women and Gender in Chinese History
   •  HIST 148. Issues and Debates in Modern Latin America
   •  HIST 149. Reform and Revolutions in Modern Latin America
   •  HIST 180. Honors Thesis

Interpretation Theory

   •  INTP 090. Directed Reading
   •  INTP 091. Capstone: Poetry, Language and Translation
   •  INTP 092. Thesis

Islamic Studies

   •  ISLM 180. Honors Thesis

Japanese

   •  JPNS 001. Introduction to Japanese
   •  JPNS 002. Introduction to Japanese
   •  JPNS 003. Second-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 004. Second-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 007. Chinese/Japanese Calligraphy
   •  JPNS 008. Extensive Reading in Japanese
   •  JPNS 012. Third-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 012A. Japanese Conversation
   •  JPNS 013. Third-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 013A. Readings in Japanese
   •  JPNS 018. Manga, Bande Dessinée, and the Graphic Novel: A Transnational Study of Graphic Fictions
   •  JPNS 019. Fourth-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 020. Fourth-Year Japanese
   •  JPNS 021. Introduction to Modern Japanese Literature: Friendship and Love in Portrayals of Japanese Youth Culture
 

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