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400/500 Level Courses

These upper-division courses are primarily for undergraduates but enroll graduate students as well. 400-level courses (for undergraduates) generally meet concurrently with 500-level courses (for graduate students). The 500-level versions entail more rigorous work and/or additional class meetings.

  • HIST
  • 407/507
  • , Spring 2020
  • Seminar: Holocaust Memories
  • By David Luebke
  • HIST
  • 408/508
  • , Winter 2017
  • Colloquium: Medieval Hagiography
  • By Lisa Wolverton
  • HIST
  • 410/510
  • , Spring 2020
  • Special Studies: History of Labor, 1865–1945
  • By Bob Bussel
  • HIST
  • 410/510
  • , Fall 2020
  • Special Studies: San Francisco
  • By Ocean Howell
  • HIST
  • 410/510
  • , Spring 2020
  • Special Studies: Urban History in the West
  • By Ocean Howell
  • HIST
  • 415/515
  • , Spring 2021
  • Topic: Pacific Islands
  • By Ryan Jones
  • HIST
  • 427/527
  • , Fall 2019
  • Topic: European Ideas and Social Thought
  • By John McCole
  • HIST
  • 436/536
  • , Spring 2021
  • Topic: Age of Charlemagne
  • By Lisa Wolverton
  • HIST
  • 442/542
  • , Spring 2023
  • Topic: Witches in Europe
  • HIST
  • 457/557
  • , Spring 2020
  • Topic: U.S. Civil War and the Reconstruction Era
  • By Timothy Williams
  • HIST
  • 463/563
  • , Fall 2020
  • Topic: History of Consumerism
  • By Annelise Heinz
  • HIST
  • 498/598
  • , Winter 2022
  • Topic: Warring Age Japan
  • By Andrew Goble