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Theme: Sex and Gender in World History

Since history has been made by women and men, as well as by people with other kinds of gendered identities, we think that this path is a significant one. It combines a world focus with some specific regional case studies, and addresses these issues not only as they played out in recent times, but in the far past.

Lower–Division Credits: 16 Credits/4 Courses

HIST 104, World History (4 credits)
HIST 121, Women in World History (4 credits)
HIST 221, Sex in History (4 credits)
HIST 290, Historian’s Craft (4 credits)

Upper-Division Credits: 12 300-Level Credits

HIST 308, History of Women in the US I (4 upper-division credits; History Before 1800, US Field
HIST 309, History of Women in the US II (4 upper-division credits; US Field)
HIST 399, Sex and Honor in the 19th Century Hispanic World (4 upper-division credits; Latin America Field)

Upper-Division Credits: 21 400-Level Credits

HIST 415, Top: Women and Globalization (4 400-level credits; World Field)
HIST 416, Women in Antiquity (4 400-level credits; World Field)
HIST 427, Top: European Ideas & Social Thought (4 400-level credits; Europe Field)
HIST 442, Witches in Europe (4 400-level credits; History Before 1800; Europe Field)
HIST 407 Seminar, Gender in History (5 400-level credits; World Field [if necessary])

History Major Language Requirement

German 101-203 (2 years of a second language)

Notes: This student has come up with a path that emphasizes the history of gender and society around the world while also fulfilling History Department credit requirements, the upper-division History Before 1800 requirement, the upper-division Distribution/Breadth Field requirement (US, Europe, and World), the HIST 407 Seminar requirement, and has taken care of the major second language requirement (as well as the UO BA second language requirement) by completing German 203.