2021-2022 History Course Schedule

There may be updates or changes to this schedule. Please check this page regularly.

Summer 2021

HIST 8.04/WGSS 26.03 (ARR) History of Sexuality in America (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 10.02 (G) Archival Research and the Production of History (INTER), Professor Musselwhite
HIST 16.02/AAAS 60.01 (J) Plantations and Slavery in the Americas (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Musselwhite
HIST 26/ASCL 54.09 (C) The Vietnam War (INTER), Professor E. Miller
HIST 29/WGSS 26.02 (K) Women and American Radicalism Left and Right (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 33.01 (ARR) Walmart to Wall Street: Excavating American Capitalism Since 1970 (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 34/ARTH 47.01 (E) Building America: An Architectural and Social History (US, pre-1800), Professor Heck
HIST 38.02/NAS 38 (C) Lewis and Clark in Indian Country (US, pre-1800), Professor Calloway
HIST 40.02 (formerly HIST 9.04) (J) Intellectual History of Capitalism (INTER), Professor Link
HIST 41.02/AAAS 62.75/LACS 42.10 (ARR) Race, Gender, and Revolution in the Atlantic World (INTER, pre-1800), Professor Voekel
HIST 64 (D) The Great War (EUR), Professor Petruccelli
HIST 87/LACS 76 (ARR) Culture and Identity in Modern Mexico (AALAC), Professor Voekel
HIST 96.12 (J) Seminar: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration in U.S. History (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 96.37 (K) Seminar: Topics in Economic History - States and Economic Development (INTER), Professor Link

Fall 2021

HIST 4.03/MES 2.03 (11) Introduction to the Modern Middle East and North Africa (AALAC), Professor Simon
HIST 5.04/ASCL 10.02 (10) Introduction to Korean Culture (AALAC, pre-1800), Professors Suh and Lim
HIST 5.13/LACS 1.10 (11) Modern Latin America (AALAC), Professor Meléndez-Badillo
HIST 10.04/AAAS 20.01 (10) Dartmouth Black Lives (US), Professor Rabig and Professor Winston
HIST 10.05 (12) Latin Paleography (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Gaposchkin
HIST 14/NAS 14 (10) American Indian History: Pre-contact to 1800 (US, pre-1800), Professor Calloway
HIST 16/AAAS 12 (12) Race and Slavery in US History (US, pre-1800), Professor Barthé
HIST 25.02 (12) The United States and the World, 1865-1945 (US), Professor Jennifer Miller
HIST 26/ASCL 54.09 (9L) The Vietnam War (INTER), Professor E. Miller
HIST 31.01/LATS 20 (10A) Latina/o Social Movements (US), Professor Garcia
HIST 36 (11) Health Care in American Society: History and Current Issues (US), Professor Koop
HIST 43.01 (2) European Intellectual and Cultural History, 400-1300 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Meehan
HIST 49 (10) Early Modern England, 1485-1790 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Estabrook
HIST 71 (10A) Violence and Conflict in the Middle East (AALAC), Professor Simon
HIST 74/ASCL 64.13 (2A) Intellectual History of East Asia (AALAC, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Crossley
HIST 77/ASCL 80.08 (2) Imperialism in Modern East Asia (AALAC), Professor Mills
HIST 78.04/ASCL 64.14 (12) Slaves and Rebels in Korea, 1392-1910 (AALAC, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Suh
HIST 82.04 (12) Transnational Utopias: Latin American Anarchisms (AALAC), Professor Meléndez-Badillo
HIST 85 (2) African Diaspora: The Americas and the Caribbean (AALAC), Professor Campbell
HIST 90.11/GOVT 60.23 (2A) Law and Empire (INTER), Professor Lhost
HIST 90.13/NAS 30.22 (10A) Placing History: A Exploration of Local History through Archives, Fieldwork, & Digital Maps (US), Professor Mikecz
HIST 94.05/CLST 17 (10) Roman History: The Republic (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Stewart
HIST 96.38 (10A) Senior Seminar: Crisis and Continuity in Twentieth-Century U.S. Social Movements (US),  Professor Rabig
HIST 96.39 (2A) Senior Seminar: Saints and Relics (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Gaposchkin
HIST 98 (3A) Honors Seminar, Professor J. Miller

History London Foreign Study Program

Winter 2022

HIST 1 (10) Turning Points in American History (US, pre-1800) Professors Bonner and Butler
HIST 3.01 (11) Europe in the Age of Wonder (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professors Gaposchkin and Simons
HIST 5.01/AAAS 14 (10A) Pre-Colonial African History (AALAC, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch
HIST 5.03/ASCL 64.08 (11) The History of China Since 1800 (AALAC), Professor Cheng
HIST 8.01 (10) Body Parts, Body Wholes: An Introduction to the Comparative History of Medicine (INTER), Professor Suh
HIST 17/AAAS 13 (TBD) Black America Since the Civil War (US), Professor Tucker-Price
HIST 22/AAAS 80.06 (TBD) Civil Rights in the United States in the 20th Century (US), Professor Barthé
HIST 23 (TBD) American History Since 1980 (US), Professor Rabig
HIST 33 (TBD) Asian American History (US), Professor Man
HIST 38.03/NAS 51 (TBD) Pan-Indianism in American History (US, pre-1800), Professor Crandall
HIST 43.03 (12) European Intellectual and Cultural History, 1800-Present (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 45 (2A) Early Modern Europe (1300-1650), (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Pirillo
HIST 52 (2) Modern Germany, 1870-1990 (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 69/AAAS 53/REL 74.17 (2) Islam in Africa (AALAC), Professor Baum
HIST 70 (2A) Gender and the Modern Middle East and North Africa (AALAC), Professor Simon
HIST 75/AAAS 50/ASCL 54.07/ENVS 45 (10) Colonialism, Development, and the Environment in Africa and Asia (AALAC), Professor Haynes
HIST 78.03/ASCL 64.05 (12) The Two Koreas, 1945-Present (AALAC), Professor Suh
HIST 79/ASCL 64.12 (TBD) Postwar Japan: From Occupied Nation to Economic Superpower (AALAC), Professor Mills
HIST 90.14 (2) The Global British Empire from 1600 - Present (INTER), Professor Bains
HIST 90.17 (TBD) Templars, Teutonic Knights, and the Medieval Military Crusading Orders (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Meehan
HIST 94.16/CLST 11.19 (TBD) Before Billboards and Twitter: Roman Coins as Text (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Stewart
HIST 96.03 (2A) Seminar: Topics in British History (EUR), Professor Estabrook
HIST 96.08/NAS 81 (2A) Seminar: Pen and Ink Witchcraft (US, pre-1800), Professor Calloway
HIST 96.23 (2A) Seminar: Topics in West African History (AALAC), Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch
HIST 99.01 (TBD) Honors Thesis, Professor J. Miller

Spring 2022

HIST 3.03 (11) Europe in the Age of Violence (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 4.01 (TBD) The Crusades (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Meehan
HIST 5.05/ASCL 64.11 (TBD) The Emergence of Modern Japan (AALAC), Professor Mills
HIST 8.06/LACS 8 (11) The History of Food (INTER), Professor Garcia
HIST 12 (9L) The Civil War Era: From Rebellion to Revolution (US), Professor Bonner
HIST 15/NAS 15 (10) American Indian History: 1800-1924 (US), Professor Calloway
HIST 19 (12) United States Political History in the Twentieth Century (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 28/WGSS 23.02 (2) American Women in the 20th Century (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 31.02/LACS 40.10 (11) Migrant Nation: Immigration and Racialization in the Making of the United States (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 37/AAAS 24 (TBD) The Black Radical Tradition in America (US), Professor Barthé
HIST 40.02 (3A) The Intellectual History of Capitalism (INTER), Professor Bains
HIST 43.02 (2A) European Intellectual and Cultural History, 1400-1800 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Pirillo
HIST 50 (10) Modern Britain, 1780-present (EUR), Professor Estabrook
HIST 61 (2A) Britain and the Sea (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Estabrook
HIST 63.02 (10A) Reading Artifacts: The Material Culture of Science (INTER, pre-1800), Professor Barlow Robles
HIST 72.01/ASCL 64.09 (TBD) Late Imperial China in a Global Context (AALAC, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Cheng
HIST 76/ASCL 54.08 (10) From Colonial India to Post-Independence South Asia (AALAC), Professor Lhost
HIST 82.01/LACS 31 (11) The Politics of Natural Disaster in Latin America (AALAC), Professor Meléndez-Badillo
HIST 90.15 (TBD) African American Ethnicities (US), Professor Barthé
HIST 90.16 (TBD) Nationalism and Revolution in China, 1890-Present (AALAC), Professor Cheng
HIST 92.02/AAAS 62/LACS 54 (TBD) Nationalism and Revolution in the Caribbean (AALAC), Professor Chochotte
HIST 92.06/RUSS 15 (TBD) Russia & the West, From Early Times to Present Day (EUR), Professor Finkel
HIST 94.03/CLST 14 (2) Greek History: Archaic and Classical Greece (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Christesen
HIST 96.01 (3A) Seminar: Colonialism and Culture in Asia and Africa (AALAC), Professor Haynes
HIST 96.28 (TBD) Seminar: America in the 1970s (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 96.29 (6B) Seminar: Debating Democracy in the Nineteenth Century (US), Professor Butler
HIST 99.02 (TBD) Honors Thesis, Professor J. Miller