HI-910 Study and Writing of History
Historical methodology, modern historiographical views, and the emergence of the New History; i.e., psychohistory, family history, and quantitative history.
HI-912 Industrial Revolution: Past, Present, Future
A comparison of the European and American industrial revolutions and their consequences from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries. Field trips are planned to mill towns and industrial cities.
HI-914 The Gilded Age: 1865-1900
A depiction of the period when America went through a rapid socio-economic transformation in the areas of industrialization, urbanization, and immigration.
HI-915 Populism, Progressivism and Socialism In the Us
Analysis of three reform movements that were an ideological response to the Gilded Age's excesses and an attempt to humanize America's economic transformation.
HI-916 Revolution in the 20th Century
After examining a number of theories regarding revolutionary developments this course will focus upon the major revolutions of the present century; i.e., Russian, Chinese, Nazi, Cuban and Mexican.
HI-918 The US and the Middle East
Discusses growth of United States economic, cultural, political, and strategic interests in Middle East; emphasis on post-World War II period.
HI-920 Japan in the Twentieth Century
An evaluation of the role of Japan as an emerging world power and economic giant during the present century.
HI-924 Selected Topics in Us-East Asian Relations
An examination of major problems affecting American foreign policy in East Asia since World War II; i.e., the origins of the cold war in Asia, America's entry into the Korean War, the Offshore Islands issue, America's involvement in the Vietnam conflict, and United States-Chinese relations.
HI-934 Women's Rights: 18th Cent-Pres
Study of the major principles underlying the women's rights movement. It will start by examining the claims made by individuals during the early modern period in Europe and end by analyzing women's rights documents of international organizations of the twentieth century. A research paper will be required.
HI-936 History of the American South
A survey from the colonial era to the present, with a particular focus upon slavery and race relations.
HI-937 American Revolutionary Period
The political, military, economic, and social history of America from 1763 to 1787.
HI-938 The American Civil War
The political, military, economic, and social history of America from 1850 to 1877.
HI-939 American History At the Movies
A variety of movies are used as launching pads to explore American history and the relationship of film to history.
HI-940 Teaching History With Film
A study of history through film and media.
HI-941 Medieval History
Hundred Years War and the War of the Roses (1327-1485)
HI-942 Tudor-Stuart England
The political, cultural and social development of England, 1485-1688
HI-943 World War I
The period 1870-1918, focusing upon the origins
HI-944 World War II
A survey of the mass industrial global conflict between 1939-1945.
HI-945 The Rise of Islam
Course focuses on the rise of Islam, the Arab Empire, and the impact of the Arab/Islamic Civilization on Europe.
HI-946 Eur Intell Hist Enlighten-Pres
The major ideas of the era; utilitarian, nationalist, and socialist schools; fascism, communism and liberalism.
Fall and Spring and every year. 3 Credits
HI-970 China in the Twentieth Century
A consideration of the major political, diplomatic, and intellectual developments in China since 1949.
HI-990 Special Topics in History
An investigation of an historical issue, event or personality of mutual interest to the instructor and students.
Fall and Spring and other or on demand. 3 Credits
HI-992 Sem: American Const History
Varied topics to meet the student's needs; e.g., the Marshall Court, Taney Court, Warren and Burger Courts, and so forth.
HI-995 Thesis Option (research)
Research of thesis.
HI-996 Thesis Option (writing)
Writing of thesis.
HI-999 Graduate Independent Study in History