Syllabi for graduate courses (HIST 200-299)

Spring 2018

HIST 201 - Interpreting World History (3 Units)

Study of historical interpretations of major issues and problems in world history. Helps students to define world history as a field and to consider different approaches to teaching and/or researching world history topics. 

Prerequisite: Classified graduate status in History or instructor permission.

 

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 31012 Seminar M BRH 210 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Vann, M.

HIST 202 - Interpreting U.S. History (3 Units)

Study of historical interpretations of major issues and problems in US history. Helps students to define US history as a field and to consider different approaches to teaching and/or researching US history topics.

Prerequisite: Classified graduate status in History or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 35935 Seminar W BRH 218 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Clark, T.

HIST 209C - Research and Writing in World History (3 Units)

Research seminar in fields of special interest in the history of regions outside the U.S.  Topics will be announced each semester. 

Note: May be repeated for credit provided the period or the topic is different. 

Prerequisite: Classified status in History or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 36052 Seminar T ALP 138 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Lazaridis, N.

HIST 281Z - Reading Seminar: Topics in United States History (3 Units)

Extensive reading and analysis of significant historical literature of a particular period or topic in U.S. history; the era or topic to be studied will vary from semester to semester. 

Note: May be repeated for credit provided the period or the topic is different. 

Prerequisite: Classified status in History or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 35614 Seminar W BRH 214 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Ettinger, P.

HIST 282A - Research Seminar in Public History (3 Units)

Professional training in the research and analysis of cartographic, archival, architectural, and artifactual sources related to public history. Attention to such research areas as cultural resources management, environmental impact, and historic sites and structures.

Prerequisite: Graduate status or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 30899 Seminar R AMD 263 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Beason, M., Larson, B.

HIST 282F - History and Memory (3 Units)

Study of theoretical schools and debates regarding the formation, transformation, and transmission of collective memory. Draws upon theoretical literature on group memories from the social sciences and humanities, and it examines the importance of this literature for public and academic historians. 

Prerequisite: Classified standing in Public History, History or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
02 36096 Seminar M BRH 203 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Harjes, K.

HIST 282Z - Special Topics in Public History (3 Units)

Intensive seminar in a particular topic related to public history studies. Topics may include urban history, California history, demographics, visual history and public history.

Prerequisite: Graduate status or instructor permission.

Sect Class Nbr Cmp Days Bldg/Room Times Faculty
01 31103 Seminar T BRH 214 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM Smith, T