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Undergraduate Program

Spring 2021 Course Schedule

The table below details the delivery methods of history courses and it will be updated continuously to reflect current courses statuses.


Course NumberCourse TitleInstructorDayTime
106Witchcraft and Witch Hunts, 1400-1800DevaneyTR1400-1515
123A World Reborn and Reformed: Europe, 1450-1700DevaneyTR1230-1345
126Hitler's GermanyFleischmanTR940-1055
132Imperial RussiaLenoeMW1025-1140
142Traditional ChinaZhangMW900-1015
143Modern China, 1600-PresentZhangMW1025-1140
155Film as History: Modern Latin AmericaBallMW1150-1305
158The New Empire: The Rise of Global AmericaFloresTR940-1055
167MUncle Tom’s Cabin and Little Women: Race and GenderRubinMW1230-1345
170African-American History I to 1900HudsonTR1105-1220
179Rochester and Western New YorkPierceMW1815-1930
197Monsters in Western HistoryCrannel-AshMW1525-1640
198Daily Life in Socialist CountriesRodriguezTR1525-1640
200Gateway: Homosexuals, Heretics, Witches, andWerewolves: DeSmollerTR1230-1345
200Gateway: Native American HistoryTheobaldMW1025-1140
201New Perspectives in Global HistoryMandalaTR1230-1345
218Unequal Development and State Policy, Brazil, USA, NigeriaInikoriMW1025-1140
228/WNorth Africa and the Middle East since 1838MandalaR1400-1640
229/WVictorian England: Portrait of an Age, 1837-1901WeaverMW1150-1305
232/WModern FrancePedersenTR1650-1805
234/WKnights, Criminals, and the Crown: Medieval EnglandKaeuperTR1105-1220
246/WSeven Global Pandemics and RecoveryZhangMW1400-1515
248/WAfrican Diaspora in Latin America, 1804-2009SierraTR1105-1220
254/WBig Business in the South: Business History of BrazilBallMW1400-1515
260/WCharlotte Perkins Gilman and Her WorldTheobaldMW1525-1640
263/WGlobal History of FoodFleischmanTR1230-1345
271/WThe New Black FamilyHudsonTR1400-1515
281The Role of the State in Global Historical PerspectiveInikoriT1400-1640
299HUR Research: History and Your ProjectSierraMW1815-1930
313W/413History of Global ExplorationWeaverW1400-1640
332W/432StalinismLenoeM1400-1640
356W/456American Intellectual History: From Modernism to Civil RightsFloresR1400-1640
368W/468Victorians and their FamiliesSlaughterT1400-1640
373W/473American Health Politics and PoliciesRazTR1400-1515
399HHonors SeminarWeaverTBDTBD