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History Department

Spring 2014 Undergraduate Classes

First Year Seminars *

Catalog #
Day
Time
Instructor
Emphasis
Location

HIST 1010

Tue-Thu

10-11:15 AM

Mark Scherer

Revolutions in World History RH 305

*Intended for undeclared students and/or non-history majors

Undergraduate Historical Research Classes

Catalog #
Day
Time
Instructor
Emphasis
Location

HIST 2980

Mon-Wed

2:30-3:45 PM

Moshe Gershovich

Historical Methodology ASH 288D

HIST 3930

Tuesday

6-8:40 PM

Waitman W. Beorn

History of Violence: Europe, 1500-2000 CPACS 124A

Undergraduate Lower Division Classes

Catalog # Day Time Instructor Title Location

HIST 2190

Mon-Wed

1-2:15 PM

Moshe Gershovich

Modern Middle East ASH 217

HIST 2990

M-W-F

10-10:50 AM

Jennifer Irving

Ancient to Classical Sparta ASH 217

Undergraduate Upper Division Classes

Catalog # Day
Time
Instructor
Title
Location

HIST 3000

Internet Mediated  

Paul Engel Coker

U.S. Military: Civil War to Present  

HIST 4180

Internet Mediated  

Robert Michael Lyles

Civil War and Reconstruction  

HIST 4280

M-W-F

12-12:50 PM

Frederick H. Nielsen

20th Century America Since 1932 ASH 217

HIST 4340

Mon

6-8:40 PM

Jeremiah John Bauer

U.S. Constitution Since 1860 ASH 217

HIST 4400

Tue-Thu

2:30-3:45 PM

Elaine Marie Nelson

History of North American Indians ASH 217

HIST 4550

Tue-Thu

10-11:15 AM

Bruce Garver

Europe: Age of Enlightenment ASH 217

HIST 4650

M-W-F

11-11:50 AM

Mary Lyons-Carmona

Modern Ireland ASH 217

HIST 4720

Tue-Thu

1-2:15 PM

Waitman Wade Beorn

The Holocaust
Honors section available
ASH 217

HIST 4910-001

Tue-Thu

11:30-12:45 PM

Jeanne Reames

Rome and the Early Church ASH 217

HIST 4910-002

Tue-Thu

2:30-3:45 PM

Charles W. King

Roman Republic ASH 306

HIST 4910-003

Mon-Wed

4:30-5:45 PM

Tatyana Novikov

Women in Russian Society and Culture ASH 217

HIST 4910-004

Monday

4-6:40 PM

Anat Gilboa

Baroque Art
Crosslisted as ART 4930-004
ASH 202

HIST 4910-005

Tuesday

4:30-7:10 PM

Anat Gilboa

Survival and Multiculturalism: Israeli Identy in Visual Culture
Crosslisted as ART 4930-005
ASH 202

HIST 4910-006

Mon-Wed

2:30-3:45 PM

David Muchlinski

Israeli Foreign Policy ASH 392

HIST 4910-007

Mon-Wed

1-2:15 PM

David Peterson

Early American Discovery & Travel Narratives, 1650s-1770s
Crosslisted as ENGL 4960-004
ASH 390

HIST 4910-008

Mon-Wed

2:30-3:45 PM

Curtis Hutt

Women in the Bible
Crosslisted as RELI 3130-001
ASH 216

HIST 4910-850

Internet Mediated  

Robert Michael Lyles

Air Power and Aerospace  

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.