2016-17 Teaching Matrix

This is a tentative listing of courses that will be offered this academic year. Courses listed below are subject to change. Course descriptions can be found in the general catalog. Topical course descriptions are available for the current/upcoming quarter on the Current Courses page.

Colloquia - H*** 160-190 
Graduate Courses - H*** 200+
"+" indicates courses that focus on the period before 1800

Fall Quarter

Lower Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HILD
HILD 2A United States History M. Wishon
HILD 7A Race & Ethnicity/United States J. Graham
HILD 10 East Asia: The Great Tradition S. Schneewind
HITO
HITO 87 Piracy in Popular Culture M. Hanna
HITO 87 Ming China in Short Stories S. Schneewind
HITO 87 Europeans Love/Hate America P. Patterson

Upper Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HILD
HIAF 111 CANCELED Modern Africa since 1880 J. Presthodt
HIEA
HIEA 152 History and Cultures of the Korean Diaspora T. Henry
HIEU
HIEU 101 CANCELED Greece in the Classical Age (+) D. Demetriou
HIEU 106 ADDED Egypt, Greece, and Rome (+) D. Demetriou
HIEU 142 European Intellectual History, 1780–1870  M. Frolich
HIEU 148 How Women Changed Europe D. Hertz
HIEU 154 Modern German History: From Bismarck to Hitler F. Biess
HILA
HILA 100 CANCELED Conquest and Empire: The Americas D. Murillo
HILA 123 The Incas and Their Ancestors (+) C. Hunefeldt
HINE
HINE 114 History of the Islamic Middle East H. Kayali
HINE 120 The Middle East in the New Century M. Provence
HINE 131 Introduction to the Old Testament: The Poetic Books W. Propp
HISC
HISC 116 History of Bioethics C. Gere
HITO
HITO 104 The Jews and Judaism in the Ancient and Medieval Worlds D. Goodblatt
HIUS
HIUS 113 History of Mexican America D. Guiterrez
HIUS 129 The History of Race and Ethnicity in American Cities D. Molina
HIUS 150 American Legal History to 1865 M. Parrish

Colloquia

Course Title Instructor
HIEU
HIEU 164 Special Topics in Early Modern Europe: Sex and Gender in Early Modern Europe U. Strasser
HIUS 180 Immigration and Ethnicity in Modern American Society D. Gutierrez
HIUS 181 Topics in 20th Century US History: American Architecture and Urbanism in the 20th Century N. Kwak
HIUS 183 Topics in African American History: African American Internationalism J. Graham

Graduate Courses

Course Title Instructor
HIEA
HIEA 292 Chinese Classics Reading Group S. Schneewind
HIEU
HIEU 264 Special Topics in Early Modern Europe: Sex and Gender in Early Modern Europe U. Strasser
HIGR
HIGR 210 Historical Scholarship on Modern Chinese History P. Pickowicz
HIGR 221 Historical Scholarship on European History, 1715–1850 D. Hertz
HIGR 230A Research Seminar in European History P. Patterson
HIGR 238 Introduction to Science Studies R. Westman
HIGR 240 Colloquium in Science Studies C. Gere
HIGR 247A Research Seminar in Colonial Latin America D. Murillo
HIGR 255 Readings in Ancient Greek History D. Demetriou
HIGR 256 HIGR 265 Historical Scholarship/American History M. Hanna
HIGR 257A Historical Scholarship on Modern Middle East, 18th to 20th Century H. Kayali
HIGR 267A Research Seminar in United States History D. Widener
HIGR 295 Dissertation Seminar S. Chowdorow

Winter Quarter

Lower Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HILD
HILD 2B United States History R. Klein
HILD 7B Race & Ethnicity/United States S. Man
HILD 11 East Asia and the West, 1279–1911 W. Lu
HILD 30 History of Public Health C. Edington
HITO
HITO 87 Piracy in Popular Culture M. Hanna
HITO 87 Confucius S. Schneewind
HITO 87 Opening the Door to the Past D. Murillo et al.

Upper Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HILD
HIAF 112 West Africa since 1880 Staff
HIEA
HIEA 112 Japan: From the Mid-Nineteenth Century through the US Occupation  W. Matsumura
HIEA 124 Life in Ming China (1368-1644) (+) S. Schneewind
HIEA 137 Women and the Family in Chinese History (+) W. Lu
HIEA 153 Social and Cultural History of Twentieth-Century Korea T. Henry
HIEU
HIEU 102 Roman History (+) E. Watts
HIEU 107 Pagan Europe and its Christian Aftermath (+) N. Caciola
HIEU 122 Ancient Greece from the Bronze Age to the Peloponnesian War (+) D. Demetriou
HIEU 127 Sport in the Modern World R. Edelman
HIEU 143 European Intellectual History, 1870–1945 M. Frolich
HIEU 158 Why Hitler? How Auschwitz? D. Hertz
HILA
HILA 101 Latin America: The Construction of Independence 1810–1898 C. Hunefeldt
HILA 121A History of Brazil through 1889 (+) J. Graham
HILA 132 A History of Contemporary Mexico M. Vitz
HINE
HINE 102 The Jews in Their Homeland in Antiquity(+) D. Goodblatt
HINE 109 History of the Middle East (1200-1800): The Ottoman Empire (+) N. Shafir
HINE 116 The Middle East in the Age of European Empires (1798–1914) H. Kayali
HINE 119 US Mid-East Policy Post-WWII  M. Provence
HISC
HISC 106 The Scientific Revolution R. Westman
HITO
HITO 119/HMNR 100 Human Rights l: Introduction to Human Rights and Global Justice P. Patterson
HIUS
HIUS 112 The US Civil War R. Plant
HIUS 151 American Legal History 1865-Present M. Parrish

Colloquia

Course Title Instructor
HIEU
HIEU 171 Special Topics in Twentieth-Century Europe: Germany before Hitler-The Weimar Republic M. Frolich
HIEU 172 Special Topics in Twentieth-Century Europe: Comparative European Fascism, 1919-1945 P. Radcliff
HISC
HISC 173 Seminar on Darwin and Darwinisms C. Gere
HIUS
HIUS 174 Race Wars in American Culture S. Man
HIUS 188 Topics in Culture and Politics: The First Gilded Age R. Klein

Graduate Courses

Course Title Instructor
HIEU
HIEU 271 Special Topics in Twentieth-century Europe:Comparative European Fascism, 1919-1945 P. Radcliff
HIGR
HIGR 200 History and Theory W. Matsumura
HIGR 206 History of the Body C. Edington
HIGR 212 Historical Scholarship on Modern East Asian History T. Henry
HIGR 215A Research Seminar in Modern Chinese History K .Gerth
HIGR 240 Science Studies Colloquium C. Gere
HIGR 241 Introduction to Science Studies D. Navon
HIGR 256 Readings in Ancient Roman History: The Severans E. Watts
HIGR 256B Historical Scholarship/American History R. Klein
HIGR 257B Historical Scholarship on Modern Middle East, Colonial Period M. Provence
HIGR 280 Global History: Approaches to the Early Modern Era N. Shafir
HIGR 223A  Research Seminar in Medieval History N. Caciola
HISC
HISC 273 Seminar on Darwin and Darwinisms C. Gere
HIUS
HIUS 288 Topics in Culture and Politics: The First Gilded Age R. Klein

Spring Quarter

Lower Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HILD
HILD 2C United States History M. Hendrickson
HILD 7C Race & Ethnicity in the United States L. Alvarez
HILD 12 Twentieth Century East Asia W. Matsumura
HILD 30 History of Public Health Staff
HITO
HITO 87 Why Do Europeans Love and Hate America? P. Patterson
HITO 87 Global History of Drugs C. Edington
HITO 87 Ming China in Short Stories S. Schneewind

Upper Division Courses

Course Title Instructor
HIAF
HIAF 111 Modern Africa since 1880 Staff
HIEA
HIEA 115 Social and Cultural History of Twentieth-Century Japan W. Matsumura
HIEA 123 China Under the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) (+) S. Schneewind
HIEA 132 History of the People’s Republic of China K. Gerth
HIEA 133 Twentieth-Century China: Cultural History P. Pickowicz
HIEA 138 Women and the Chinese Revolution W. Lu
HIEA 151 The Two Koreas: 1945-present M. Ahn
HIEU
HIEU 137 History of Colonialism: From New Imperialism to Decolonization C. Edington
HIEU 144 Topics in European History M. Frolich
HIEU 145 The Holocaust as Public History M. Frolich
HIEU 146 Fascism, Communism, and the Crisis of Liberal Democracy: Europe 1919–1945 P. Radcliff
HIEU 156 History of the Soviet Union, 1905–1991 R. Edelman
HILA
HILA 102 Latin America in the Twentieth Century M. Vitz
HILA 121B History of Brazil 1889 to Present J. Graham
HILA 122 Cuba: From Colony to Socialist Republic D. Widener
HINE
HINE 118 The Middle East in the Twentieth Century H. Kayali
HINE 145 Islam and Science: The History of Science in the Middle East (600-1950) N. Shafir
HISC
HISC 109 Invention of Tropical Disease C. Edington
HISC 110 Historical Encounters of Science and Religion (+) R. Westman
HISC 117 History of the Neurosciences C. Gere
HISC 131 Science, Law, and Technology T. Golan
HITO
HIUS
HIUS 103 The United States and the Pacific World S. Man
HIUS 123 History of New York City N. Kwak
HIUS 130 Cultural History from 1607 to 1865 (+) R. Klein
HIUS 131 Cultural History from 1865 to 1917 R. Klein
HIUS 133 The Golden Age of Piracy (+) M. Hanna
HIUS 157 American Women, American Womanhood 1870 to Present R. Plant

Colloquia

Course Title Instructor
HIEA
HIEA 171 Society and Culture in Premodern China (+) W. Lu
HIEU
HIEU 160 Topics in Ancient Greek History: TBA Staff
HIEU 171 Topics in Modern European History: Democracy in 20th Century Germany F. Biess
HISC
HISC 180 Science and Public Policy T. Golan
HITO
HITO 167 Global History of Sports in the Cold War R. Edelman
HITO 178 A History of Seafaring in the Age of Sail M. Hanna

Graduate Courses

Course Title Instructor
HIEA
HIEA 271 Society and Culture in Premodern China (+) W. Lu
HIEA 280 Topics in Pre-Modern Korea Staff
HIEU
HIEU 260 Topics in Ancient Greek History: TBA Staff
HIEU 278 Soviet History R. Edelman
HIGR
HIGR 207 Nationalism, Colonialism, and Race T. Henry
HIGR 209 Historical Pedagogy S. Schneewind
HIGR 215B Research Seminar in Modern Chinese History K. Gerth
HIGR 223B Research Seminar in Medieval History N. Caciola
HIGR 230B Research Seminar in European History P. Patterson
HIGR 239 Introduction to Science Studies J.P. Pardo-Guerra
HIGR 240 Colloquium in Science Studies C. Gere
HIGR 247B Research Seminar in Colonial Latin America D. Murillo
HIGR 257C Historical Scholarship on Modern Middle East, Eighteenth to Twentieth Century M. Provence
HIGR 265C Historical Scholarship on American History R. Plant
HIGR 267B Research Seminar in United States History D. Widener
HILA
HILA 269 Scholarship on Latin American History in the Twentieth Century T. Golan
HISC
HISC 280 Science and Public Policy T. Golan
HITO
HITO 278 A History of Seafaring in the Age of Sail M. Hanna
HIUS
HIUS 277 Asian American History S. Man

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