# Title Days Time Location Instructor
W 2A Online World History (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed 2AH.

Survey of the peoples, cultures, and social, economic, and political systems that have characterized the world’s major civilizations in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania from prehistory to 1000 CE.

Barbieri  
W 4B Online Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 4BH.

Survey of the history of Europe in the Medieval and Early Modern periods, 800-1700. Discusses the major social, political, religious, and cultural characteristics and developments of the period, as well as key interactions between Europe and other parts of the world. Weekly discussion sections are an important feature of this course, enabling students to develop and expand upon material presented during the lecture hour.

Bouley  
W 80-1 Online Chinese Civilization (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Same course as East Asian Cultural Studies 80.

A survey of the history of Chinese civilization from 2,000 BCE to the present, focusing on the origins and later development of political, social, economic, philosophical, religious, and cultural traditions.

Barbieri  
W 80-2 Online Chinese Civilization (Session B)

Enrollment Comments: Same course as East Asian Cultural Studies 80.

A survey of the history of Chinese civilization from 2,000 BCE to the present, focusing on the origins and later development of political, social, economic, philosophical, religious, and cultural traditions.

Barbieri  
2C World History (Session B)

Survey of the peoples, cultures, and social, economic, and political systems that have characterized the world’s major civilizations in Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Oceania from 1700 to present.  

M/T/W/R 6:30-7:45pm NH 1006 Massie  
4C Modern Europe (Session B)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 4CH.
Survey of the history of Modern Europe, 1650-present. Discusses the major social, political, religious, and cultural characteristics and developments of the period, as well as key interactions between Europe and other parts of the world. Weekly discussion sections are an important feature of this course, enabling students to develop and expand upon material presented during the lecture hour.

M/T/W/R 3:30-4:45pm NH 1006 Dimitri Akulov
17B American People (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 17BH.

Sectional crisis through progressivism. A survey of the leading issues in american life from colonial times to the present. The course focuses on politics, cultural development, social conflict, economic life, foreign policy, and influential ideas. Features discussion sections.

M/T/W/R 11:00am-12:15pm PHELPS 2536 Eric Fenrich
17C American People (Session B)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 17CH.

World War I to the present. A survey of the leading issues in American life from colonial times to the present. The course focuses on politics, cultural development, social conflict, economic life, foreign policy, and influential ideas. Features discussion sections.

M/T/W/R 11:00am-12:15pm PHELPS 2536 Eric Fenrich
20 Science, Technology, and Medicine in Modern Society

Explores how science, technology and/or medicine have helped shape modern societies (roughly 1850-present). Themes include formation of scientific and technical communities, the interactions of science with political and popular culture, and the social context of knowledge production.

M/T/W/R 11:00am-12:15pm HSSB 1174 McCray  
46B The Middle East: From the Nineteenth Century to the Present (Session A)

Repeat Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 46.

A general introduction to the history, politics, culture, and social life of the modern Middle East. Begins with the nineteenth century Ottoman reforms known as the Tanzimat and moves on to cover capitalist consolidation, the rise of European colonialism, the state-building process, social movements, Cold War politics, and the growth of the oil industry. Pays particular attention to how twentieth century transformations shaped new modes of identification including nationalism and citizenship, feminism, sectarianism, pan-Arabism, Third Worldism, Islamism.

T/W/R 2-3:35pm ARTS 1349 Z. Abman
123B Europe in War and Revolution (Session A)

European history from the end of the nineteenth century to the end of World War II.

M/T/W/R 3:30-4:35pm HSSB 4020 Griffith  
124B Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Europe (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Same course as Women’s Studies 124B.

The relationship between war, revolution, fascism, socialism, feminism, and consumerism and the history of the family, gender, and sexual identities in the twentieth century.

T/W/R 2-3:35pm PHELPS 1444 Johnson  
133D The Nazi Holocaust and Other Genocides (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Not open for credit to students who have completed History 193D.

The Nazi campaign of ethnic purification through eugenics and mass murder can be considered a watershed event in European history. This course examines the factors that combined to result in the Nazi genocides, as well as the contexts, causes and consequences of other modern genocides.

M/T/W 3:30-4:55pm ELLSN 2617 Minor  
135B History of Russia (Session B)

1800-1917. A survey of Russian history from the reign of Alexander I to the Russian revolution.

M/T/W 2-3:35pm HSSB 4020 Salushchev  
161B Colonial and Revolutionary America (Session A)

A social and political history of colonial and revolutionary America with emphasis on the interaction of Native Americans, Europeans, and African Americans. The course will combine lectures with discussion of both primary and secondary sources. From initial settlement to the mid-eighteenth century.

T/W/R 2-3:25pm HSSB 4020 Thompson  
173T Environmental History (Session B)

Enrollment Comments: Same course as Environmental Studies 173.

Traces the history of American attitudes and behavior toward nature. Focus on wilderness, the conservation movement, and modern forms of environmentalism.

M/T/W/R 9:30-10:35am PHELPS 1444 Graves  
176B The American West (Session B)

The west as a frontier and as a region, in transit from the Atlantic seaboard to the Pacific, and from the seventeenth century to the present.

M/T/W 3:30-4:55pm HSSB 4020 MacMahon  
177 History of California (Session A)

California as a case study of national trends, and as a unique setting with its special problems and culture.

M/T/W/R 9:30-10:35am HSSB 4020 Graves  
184B History of China (Session A)

Enrollment Comments: Same course as Chinese 184B. Not open for credit to students who have completed History 186B or Chinese 186B.

Covers the sixth to seventeenth centuries.

M/T/W/R 11:00am-12:05pm HSSB 4020 Lau  
193F Food in World History (Session B)

Explores the cultural, economic, and geopolitical roles of food and drink in world history. Topics include: trade, production, and consumption; global food chains; morality and food reform; identities and body image; scarcity, food scares, and food security.

M/T/W/R 9:30-10:35am HSSB 4020 Schmidt