2023-2024 History Course Schedule

Subject to change. Please check this page regularly for updates to the course schedule.

Summer 2023

HIST 4.03/MES 2.03 (TBD) Introduction to the Modern Middle East and North Africa (AALAC), Professor Nikpour
HIST 8.02 (10) Making of the Modern World Economy (INTER), Professor Link
HIST 16.02/AAAS 60.01 (10A) Plantations and Slavery in the Americas (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Musselwhite
HIST 29/WGSS 26.02 (2A) Women and American Radicalism Left and Right (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 33.01 (2A) Walmart to Wall Street: Excavating American Capitalism Since 1970 (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 38.02/NAS 38 (10A) Lewis and Clark in Indian Country (US, modern), Professor Calloway
HIST 70/MES 19.14/WGSS 24.02 (TBD) Gender and The Modern Middle East and North Africa (AALAC), Professor Nikpour
HIST 80/LACS 50.13 (11) History of Capitalism in Latin America (AALAC, pre-1800), Professor Voekel
HIST 96.12 (10A) Seminar: Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration in U.S. History (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 96.21 (3B) Seminar: Political Thought in Colonial America (US, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Musselwhite
HIST 96.37 (3A) Seminar: Topics in Economic History (INTER), Professor Link

Fall 2023

HIST 2 (10) #EverythingHasAHistory: Understanding America Today (US), Professor Rabig
HIST 4.03/MES 2.03 (TBD) Introduction to the Modern Middle East and North Africa (AALAC), Professor Nikpour
HIST 5.04/ASCL 10.02 (10) Introduction to Korean Culture (AALAC, pre-1800), Professors Suh and Kim
HIST 5.14 (10) The Americas from Invasion to Independence (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professors Mercado-Montero and Musselwhite
HIST 8.03 (12) Happiness: A History (INTER), Professor McMahon
HIST 9.03 (3A) Race, Gender, and Migration in the Pacific (US), Professor J. Miller
HIST 11 (12) The Age of the American Revolution (US, pre-1800), Professor Musselwhite
HIST 12 (9L) The Civil War Era: From Rebellion to Revolution (US), Professor Bonner
HIST 14/NAS 14 (10) American Indian History: Pre-Contact to 1800 (US, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Calloway
HIST 18 (10) United States Political History in the Nineteenth Century (US), Professor Butler
HIST 20 (2) American Thought and Culture to 1865 (US, pre-1800), Professor Butler
HIST 25.02 (11) The United States and the World, 1865-1945 (US), Professor Jennifer Miller
HIST 31.02/LACS 40.10 (2A) Migrant Nation: Immigration and Racialization in the Making of the United States (US), Professor Moreton
HIST 41.01 (12) Empires and Nations (EUR), Professor Petruccelli
HIST 43.02 (11) European Intellectual and Cultural History, 1400-1800 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor McMahon
HIST 49 (10) Early Modern England, 1485-1780 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Estabrook
HIST 64 (10) The Great War and the Transformation of Europe (EUR), Professor Petruccelli
HIST 78.04/ASCL 64.14 (12) Slaves and Rebels in Korea, 1392-1910 (AALAC, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Suh
HIST 87/LACS 76 (2) Culture and Identity in Modern Mexico (AALAC), Professor Voekel
HIST 96.23 (10A) Seminar: West Africa and the Cold War (AALAC), Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch
HIST 96.33 (TBD) Seminar: Global History of Human Rights (INTER), Professor Nikpour
HIST 96.38 (10A) Seminar: Crisis and Continuity in Twentieth-Century US Social Movements (US), Professor Rabig
HIST 98 (3A) Honors Seminar, Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch

History London Foreign Study Program

Winter 2024

HIST 3.01 (10) Europe in the Age of Wonder (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Gaposchkin
HIST 5.05/ASCL 64.11 (2) The Emergence of Modern Japan (AALAC), Professor Ericson
HIST 8.01 (10) Body Parts, Body Wholes: An Introduction to the Comparative History of Medicine (INTER), Professor Suh
HIST 21 (10) Modern American Thought and Culture (US), Professor Butler
HIST 23 (9L) American History Since 1980 (US), Professor Rabig
HIST 31.01/LATS 20 (TBD) Latina/o Social Movements (US), Professor Garcia
HIST 43.03 (12) European Intellectual and Cultural History, 1800 to the present (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 44 (2) Medieval France, 400-1494 (EUR, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Gaposchkin
HIST 52 (2) Modern Germany, 1870-1990 (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 77ASCL 80.08 (11) Imperialism in Modern East Asia (AALAC), Professor Ericson
HIST 78.03/ASCL 64.05 (12) The Two Koreas, 1948-Present (AALAC), Professor Suh
HIST 96.03 (2A) Seminar: Topics in British History (EUR), Professor Estabrook
HIST 96.08/NAS 81.03 (2A) Seminar: Pen and Ink Witchcraft: Native American History Through Treaties (US, pre-1800), Professor Calloway
HIST 96.29 (6B) Seminar: Debating Democracy in the Nineteenth Century (US), Professor Butler
HIST 99.01 (ARR (to be arranged with Prof. Sackeyfio-Lenoch)) Honors Thesis, Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch

Spring 2024

HIST 3.03 (12) Europe in the Age of Violence (EUR), Professor Petruccelli
HIST 8.02 (9L) Making of the Modern World Economy (INTER), Professor Link
HIST 8.06/LACS 8.01 (TBD) History of Food (INTER), Professor Garcia
HIST 9.02 (3A) Sex and Gender in Modern Europe (EUR), Professor Greenberg
HIST 15/NAS 15 (10) American Indians and American Expansion: 1800 to 1924 (US), Professor Calloway
HIST 19 (12) United States Political History in the Twentieth Century (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 25.03 (11) The United States and the World Since 1945 (US), Professor J. Miller
HIST 26/ASCL 54.09 (9L) The Vietnam War (INTER), Professor E. Miller
HIST 32 (2) The Life, Death and Rebirth of Great American Cities (US), Professor Orleck
HIST 40.02 (3A) The Intellectual History of Capitalism (INTER), Professor Link
HIST 47 (10A) The French Revolution and Napoleon (EUR, pre-1800), Professor McMahon
HIST 50 (10) Modern Britain, 1780-present (EUR), Professor Estabrook
HIST 53 (2) World War II: Ideology, Experience, Legacy (INTER), Professors Greenberg and J. Miller
HIST 61 (2A) Britain and the Sea (INTER, pre-1700/pre-1800), Professor Estabrook
HIST 67/AAAS 46 (10) The History of Modern South Africa (AALAC), Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch
HIST 76/ASCL 54.08 (10) From Colonial India to Post-Independence South Asia (AALAC), Professor Haynes
HIST 79/ASCL 64.12 (10A) Postwar Japan: From Occupied Nation to Economic Superpower (AALAC), Professor Ericson
HIST 96.07 (6B) Seminar: Topics in Modern Japanese History (AALAC), Professor Ericson
HIST 96.27 (6B) Seminar: Great Historians: Classic Works from Herodotus to DuBois (INTER, pre-1800), Professor McMahon
HIST 99.02 (ARR (to be arranged with Prof. Sackeyfio-Lenoch)) Honors Thesis, Professor Sackeyfio-Lenoch