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Civil Rights march on Washington, 1963

HIST 471: Civil Rights Movement

Learn about key figures and turning points in the powerful history of the civil rights struggle. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

HIST 104: World History

Discover the building blocks that have contributed to our collective human existence. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

illustration of Napolean Bonaparte

HIST 301: Modern Europe

An introduction to the Age of Enlightenment in eighteenth-century Europe, running through the French Revolution to the authoritarian rule of Napoleon Bonaparte. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

crowd of people in Quito, Ecuador

HIST 407/507: Race and Ethnicity in Latin America

Gain an understanding of contemporary Latin American by examining the evolution of racial ideas and practices in the region. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

frescoe art "Portrait of Terentius Neo"

HIST 399: Ancient Race and Ethnicity

Examine how concepts like race, ethnicity, and culture were defined in the ancient Mediterranean. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

Rubens painting "Pythagoras Advocating Vegetarianism"

HIST 415: History of Vegetarianism

Explore the religious, philosophical, ethical, nutritional, and environmental roots of vegetarianism, from early humans to Ancient Greece and India to present-day Europe and America. Register today for this fall 2019 course.

ancient map of the Mediterranean

HIST 101: The Ancient Mediterranean

Examine the ancient Mediterranean world, from the Sumerians to the rise of Islam, and the development of cultures in the area. Register today for this fall 2019 course.