History Course counting towards the History Major Field Distribution Requirements

North America

  • History 230: Native American-European Encounter
  • History 231: U.S.to 1877
  • History 238: African-American History
  • History 244: American Military History
  • History 245: Gender and the Civil War
  • History 249: American Intellectual History
  • History 334: Law and Society in the U.S.
  • History 341: Colonial America
  • History 342: Revolutionary America
  • History 343: The Early Republic
  • History 344: Lincoln
  • History 345: Civil War
  • History 347: Gettysburg
  • History 348: Early Twentieth-Century America
  • History 349: U.S. since 1945

Latin America

  • History 261: Colonial Latin American History
  • History 262: Modern Latin American History
  • History 264: Brazil: Earthly Paradise to Industrial Giant
  • History 361: Mexican Revolution
  • History 364: Creating Social Difference in Brazil

Europe

  • History 203, 204: British Isles
  • History 206: Spain and the New World
  • History 209: Women's History since 1500
  • History 210: Early Modern France
  • History 211: Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe
  • History 212: Modern France
  • History 216: Modern Russia and the Soviet Union
  • History 218: Modern Germany
  • History 306: Italian City-States
  • History 308: Women, Power, and Politics in Early Modern Europe
  • History 311: Medieval Europe
  • History 313: Renaissance and Reformation
  • History 314: Early Modern Europe
  • History 315: Europe in the Age of Revolution
  • History 316: Transformations in Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • History 317: Europe, 1817-1919
  • History 318: Europe, 1914-1945
  • History 319: Europe since 1945

Africa

  • History 271, 272: African History and Society
  • History 373: Sub-Saharan Africa in the Twentieth Century

Middle East

  • History 208: Islamic History
  • History 278: Islamic Technology
  • History 330: Ottoman Empire

Asia

  • History 221, 222: History of East Asia
  • History 223: Modern China
  • History 224: Modern Japan
  • History 323: Gender in Modern Japan
  • History 325: Tokugawa Japan

Comparative

  • History 226: History and Science of the Atomic Bombing of Japan
  • History 228: Modern Australia
  • History 346: Slavery, Rebellion, and Emancipation
  • History 374: Protest Movements in South Africa and the U.S.
  • History 376: France and Sub-Saharan Africa in Global Context
  • History 379: U.S. and Middle East Interaction

 

Courses in other Departments that may be taken for History credit (all count as 200-level courses toward the History major):

North America:

  • o WS 222: Women's Movements in the U.S.

Europe:

  • o CLA 251: Greek History
  • o CLA 252: Roman History
  • o FRE 310: Revolutions: Political, Social, Cultural (only if double French-History major)
  • o GER 311, 312: German Culture to 1790, post-1790 (only if double German-History major)

Comparative:

  • o CLA 335: Warfare in the Ancient World
  • o AFS 331: Africana Intellectual History