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History Department

Summer 2014 Undergraduate Classes*

Undergraduate Lower Division Classes

Catalog #
Session
Days
Time
Instructor
Title
Location

HIST 2990-101

First Mon-Thu 9:30-11:00 AM Dan Weis Poland and Eastern Europe
Study Abroad: Special fee for travel to Eastern Europe and permission of instructor.
ASH 217

HIST 2990-201

Second

Mon-Thu

11:10 AM-12:50 PM

Jeanne Reames Greek Myth and Religion ASH 217

HIST 2990-850

Third

 

Internet Mediated

John Grigg Good, Bad, Weird History  

Undergraduate Upper Division Classes

Catalog #
Session
Days
Time
Instructor
Title
Location

HIST 3000-850

First

 

Internet Mediated

Robert Michael Lyles U.S. Military: Civil War to Present  

HIST 4180-401

Third

Tue-Thu

5-7:50 PM Robert Michael Lyles Civil War & Reconstruction ASH 217

HIST 4710-401

Fourth Mon-Fri 9:20-10:55 AM Bruce Garver Europe and America in Two World Wars ASH 217

HIST 4910-101

First Mon-Thu 11:10 AM-12:50 PM Moshe Gershovich Israel: Culture and History
Study Abroad: Special fee for travel to Israel and permission of instructor.
 

HIST 4910-102

First

Mon-Thu

5-6:40 PM

Molly Paige Loesche Irish Cultural Nationalism
Study Abroad: Special fee for travel to Ireland and permission of instructor.
 

HIST 4910-401

Fourth Mon-Fri 11:10 AM-12:45 PM Dennis John Smith 1862 Dakota Conflict ASH 217

*

Session 1--May 19 to June 27
Session 2--June 2 to July 3
Session 3--July 7 to August 15
Session 4--July 14 to August 15

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.