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History Department
History Department

Fall 2013 Topics Classes

Course Number
Instructor
Title
Time and Place
4910-001 8916-001 Elaine Nelson Women in the American West MW 2:30 PM ASH 217
4910-002 8916-002 Martina Saltamacchia The Crusades TR 2:30 PM ASH 217
4910-003 Anat Gilboa Gender, Sexuality, and Otherness in Israeli Visual Culture
Cross-listed with ART 4930-004
TR 11:30 AM ASH 202
4910-005 Anat Gilboa "You Shall Not Make for Yourself a Graven Image": Israeli Visual Culture
Cross-listed with ART 4930-005
TR 2:30 PM ASH 202
2580-001 Waitman Beorn Modern Germany: Imperial and Nazi Germany

MW 1 PM ASH 217

4910-850 John P. Hankey Railroads in the Civil War

Internet
Mediated

4910-851 Robert Lyles Air Power and Aerospace

Internet
Mediated

The image on this page is that of Caliope, the oldest of the Greek muses and goddess of eloquence. She is also called the Muse of Poetry. Her skills in writing make her a fitting representative for historians. Her image usually includes a parchment scroll (an ancient source of record) or a writing tablet. On her head she often wears a crown. The rendering of Caliope on this page was taken from the eighteenth century painting Caliope by Marcello Bacciarelli.