Current Courses (Fall 2018)

The Department of History is conducting these courses for graduate students during Fall 2018

This list is subject to change. All courses are restricted to History graduate students during registration. If you are from outside the department and wish to register in a course, please contact  for further information.

Graduate Seminars for Fall 2018

HIS 201I

Women and Gender in Latin American History

Professor Marian Schlotterbeck 

CRN 43408. Wednesdays 4:10 - 7:00 p.m., Room: Social Science & Humanities 4202

A survey of the major historiographical works on women and gender history in Latin America from the colonial era, 19th, and 20th centuries.

HIS 201L

U.S. History in the Twentieth Century

Professor Eric Rauchway

CRN 43409. Tuesdays 12:10-3:00 p.m., Room: Social Science & Humanities 2202

A survey of major debates current in the history of the twentieth-century United States, covering but not limited to the history of race, gender, sexuality, and civil rights; the role of the state; the US and the World.

HIS 201M

Middle East

Professor Ali Anooshahr

CRN 43410. Wednesdays 3:10-6:00 p.m., Room: Social Science & Humanities 2202

This seminar critically analyzes recent scholarship on early modern Islamic Empires. It studies court culture, military, women and law, the economy, popular culture, etc. The aim is to identify common assumptions and approaches and also gain a broader perspective on these empires through a comparative approach as opposed to a dynastic one by which they are usually studied.


Required Courses for History Graduate Students 

HIS 204


Professor Kyu Hyun Kim

CRN 26500. Mondays 3:10-6:00 p.m, Room: Social Science & Humanities 4202. For more information see our course descriptions.

HIS 203A

Research Seminar

Professor Lorena Oropeza

CRN 26499. Mondays 3:10-6:00 p.m., Room: Social Science & Humanities 4202. For more information see our course descriptions.

HIS 389

Introductory Seminar for Teaching Assistants

Professor Ellen Hartigan-O'Connor

Schedule and CRN TBA.  For more information see our course descriptions.