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Fall 2014 Graduate Classes

Graduate Classes

Catalog #
Day
Time
Instructor
Title
Location

HIST 8176

Mon-Wed

1-2:15 PM

Elaine Marie Nelson

American Frontier 1800-1900 ASH 306

HIST 8186

M-W-F

11-11:50 AM

Frederick Nielsen

Civil War and Reconstruction ASH 217

HIST 8286

Tue-Thu

1-2:15 PM

Danielle M Battisti

20th Century America Since 1932 ASH 217

HIST 8456

Tue-Thu

8:30-9:45 AM

Dennis John Smith

Native American Environmentalism ASH 217

HIST 8616

Tue-Thu

11:30 AM-12:45 PM

Bruce Garver

Tudor and Stuart England ASH 217

HIST 8916-001

Tue-Thu

8:30-9:45 AM

John Allen Grigg

Pre-Revolution American Conflict ASH 217

HIST 8916-002

Tue-Thu

10-11:15 AM

Danielle M. Battisti

U.S. and The Cold War ASH 217

HIST 8916-003

Tue-Thu

2:30-3:45 PM

Martina Saltamacchia

Castles and Cathedrals ASH 217

HIST 8916-004

Wednesday

6-8:40 PM

Bruce Garver

World War and World Revolution, 1914-1921 ASH 217

HIST 8916-007

Mon-Wed

2:30-3:45 PM

Mary Lyons-Carmona

The Progressive Era ASH 217

HIST 8916-008

Mon-Wed

1-2:15 PM

Charles W. King

History of the Roman Empire ASH 217

HIST 8916-009

Thursday

6-8:40 PM

David A. Muchlinski

Government & Politics of Israel ASH 217

HIST 8916-010

Tue-Thu

2:30-3:45 PM

Kent Blansett

Native Nationalism and Red Power RH 401

HIST 8916-014

Tue-Thu

11:30 AM-12:45 PM

Waitman W. Beorn

Comparative Genocide AH 302

Graduate Seminars*

Catalog #
Day
Time
Instructor
Emphasis
Location

HIST 9100-001

Wednesday

6-8:40 PM

Sharon Elizabeth Wood

American Social History: The Manchester Tragedy ASH 288D

Graduate Colloquium*

Catalog #
Day
Time
Instructor
Emphasis
Location

HIST 9200-001

Monday

6-8:40 PM

Moshe Gershovich

Middle East ASH 202

HIST 9200-002

Tuesday

6-8:40 PM

Jeanne Reames

Race, Gender, and Sex in Ancient Greece ASH 288D

*Graduate Seminars and Colloquiums are open only to History MA students

Clio, one of the nine Greek muses, was later referred to as the Muse of History. A daughter of Zeus, Clio was highly regarded for her brilliant poetry and heroic acts. Her image usually includes a parchment scroll (an ancient source of record), a set of tablets (another ancient source of records), books, and/or a clarion (or trumpet). In her hair, she wears a laurel wreath. The image of Clio on this web page was taken from an 1865 painting by Camille Carot entitled, The Muse: History. The painting is housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.