Syllabi for graduate courses (HIST 200-299)

Fall 2014


HIST 200. History and Theory


HIST 201. Interpreting World History


HIST 202. Interpreting U.S. History


HIST 203. Public History Principles and Techniques


HIST 209A. Research and Writing in US History


HIST 209B. Research and Writing in the History of the American West


HIST 209C. Research and Writing in World History


HIST 280A. Reading Seminar in African or Asian History


HIST 280B. Reading Seminar in Ancient or Medieval European History


HIST 280C. Reading Seminar in Modern European History


HIST 280Z. Reading Seminar: Topics in World History


HIST 281A. Reading Seminar in Colonial or Early US History


HIST 281B. Reading Seminar in Nineteenth Century US History


HIST 281C. Reading Seminar in Modern US History


HIST 281Z. Reading Seminar: Topics in United States History


HIST 282A. Research Seminar in Public History


HIST 282B. Archives and Manuscripts


HIST 282C. Oral History


HIST 282D. Museum Studies


HIST 282E. Historic Preservation


HIST 282F. History and Memory


HIST 282Z. Special Topics in Public History


HIST 400. The Teaching of History in College