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Pre-1800 Courses

Courses taken to fulfill the pre-1800 requirement for history majors and minors must be at the upper (300- or 400-) level. For those courses straddling the pre- and post-1800 periods, please consult with the relevant professor. Please inform the webmaster of any courses that ought to appear on this list but don’t.

 

NOTES: (1) Sample syllabi, hyperlinked in the list below, should be considered non-binding. (2) Courses offered in other departments appear at the end of the list.

  • HIST
  • 380
  • , Fall 2017
  • Latin America I: Pre-Columbian to 1750
  • By Robert Haskett
  • HIST
  • 412
  • , Winter 2013
  • Ancient Greece: Alexander and the Hellenistic World
  • By Marianne Nicols
  • HIST
  • 414
  • , Winter 2018
  • Top: Roman Republic
  • By Cary Barber
  • HIST
  • 415
  • , Spring 2016
  • Top: Canaan & Israel
  • HIST
  • 456
  • , Winter 2018
  • Revolutionary America
  • HIST
  • 498
  • , Winter 2018
  • Top: Medieval Japan
  • By Andrew Goble
  • HIST
  • 507
  • , Winter 2017
  • Graduate only
  • Seminar: Mongol Empires
  • By Andrew Goble
  • HIST
  • 514
  • , Winter 2018
  • Top: Roman Republic
  • By Cary Barber
  • HIST
  • 515
  • , Spring 2016
  • Top: Canaan & Israel
  • HIST
  • 556
  • , Winter 2018
  • Revolutionary America
  • HIST
  • 587
  • , Fall 2017
  • Top: Song and Yuan Dynasties
  • By Ina Asim
  • HIST
  • 598
  • , Winter 2018
  • Top: Medieval Japan
  • By Andrew Goble
  • HIST
  • 608
  • , Spring 2016
  • Graduate only
  • Colloquium: Forms of Slavery
  • HIST
  • 608
  • , Fall 2016
  • Graduate only
  • Colloquium: Native Americans to 1800
  • HIST
  • 610
  • , Spring 2016
  • Graduate only
  • Medieval Latin
  • By Lisa Wolverton