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October 3, 2019

New Course Sequence

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Interested in studying Nazi Germany and the Holocaust?

This year, the Department of History is offering a sequence of three upper-division courses on these topics, one each in the Fall, Winter, and Spring terms. You can take any combination of them. There are no prerequisites other than instructor approval for HIST 407 in spring.

If you’re a History major, all three courses contribute to the upper-division requirement; the third satisfies the 407 seminar requirement. Combining one or both of the other courses with the spring-term 407 provides an excellent pathway to writing a well-grounded seminar paper.

Fall 2019

HIST 342, Modern Germany
Taught by John McCole
CRN 12831
MWF 10:00–10:50 a.m.

Winter 2020

HIST 443, Daily Life in Nazi Germany
Taught by David Luebke
CRN 26834
Wednesdays, 6:00–8:50 p.m.

Spring 2020

HIST 407, Holocaust & Memory
Taught by David Luebke
day and time TBA

May 21, 2019

Summer Courses 2019

Get ahead with exciting summer course offerings! This is your chance to earn credits quickly, so register now.

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History courses are offered during all three summer sessions, including online courses for those that are looking for flexible schedules or distance learning options.

We’re excited about this summer’s lineup, which range from worldwide topics like Food in World History to narrower scopes like Samurai in Film. Visit our Courses page for more details about these summer classes:

Session 1 (June 24–July 21)

History of Women in the U.S.
American Radicalism
The U.S. in the 1960s
Samurai in Film

Session 2 (July 22–August 18)

The USSR & Contemporary Russia
American West in Pop Culture
Slavery in U.S. History
U.S. Consumerism
Pacific Northwest

Session 3 (August 19–September 15)

World History II: Early Modern
Japan: Past & Present
Food in World History
The Pacific War
Sports in U.S. History

Looking to fulfill specific core or major credit requirements? Refer to our Summer Courses Group Satisfying and Multicultural Credit – Summer 2019 chart to find the right course for you.