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Title

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

10656

History 101-01 – Africa in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Africa and the world.

M – W

10AM-11:50AM

CL 213

Peter Mendy

10657

History 101-02 – Africa in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Africa and the world.

T –R

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 212

Peter Mendy

10658

History 102-01 – Asia in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Asia and the world.

Distance

Distance


Moonsil Kim

11502

History 102-02 – Asia in the World (Hybrid)

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Asia and the world

T

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 211

Moonsil Kim

10659

History 103-01 – Europe in the World to 1600

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world to

1600.

M – W

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 204

Gregory Golden

10660

History 103-02 – Europe in the World to 1600

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world to 1600.

Distance

Distance


Gregory Golden

10661

History 103-03 – Europe in the World to 1600 (Hybrid)

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world to 1600.

M

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 100

April Kiser

10662

History 104-01 – Europe in the World since 1600

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world since 1600.

M – W

8:00AM-9:50AM

CL 212


10663

History 104-02 – Europe in the World since 1600

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world

since 1600.

M – W

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 104

Joanne Schneider

10664

History 104-03 – Europe in the World since 1600

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events

highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world since 1600.

Distance

Distance



10665

History 104-04 – Europe in the World since 1600 (Hybrid)

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world since 1600.

R

4:00PM-5:50PM

CL 206

Peter Brown

11293

History 104-05 – Europe in the World since 1600
Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Europe and the world since 1600.

W

4:00OPM-7:50PM

CL 212


10666

History 105-01 – Latin America in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Muslim people and the world.

M- R

12:00PM-1:50PM

CL 212

David Espinosa

11443

History 105-02 – Latin America in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Muslim people and the

world.

M – W

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 212

David Espinosa

11965

History 106-01 – Muslim Peoples in the World (Hybrid)

Students examine the historian’s craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Muslim peoples and the world.

W

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 207

Sara Verskin

10667

History 107-01 – The United States in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events

highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

M – W

10:00AM-11:50

CL 218


10668

History 107-02 – The United States in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

M- R

12:00PM-1:50PM

CL 213

Quenby Hughes

10669

History 107-03 – The United States in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

M – W

4:00PM-5:50PM

CL 205

Ronald Dufour

10671

History 107-04 – The United States in the World
Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

T – R

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 205


10672

History 107-05 – The United States in the World
Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

T – R

4:00PM-5:50PM

CL 205


11294

History 107-06 – The United States in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

M – W

8:00AM-9:50AM

CL 205


11530

History 107-07 – The United States in the World

Students examine the historian’s craft studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.

M

4:00PM-7:50PM

CL 206

Tommy Ender

12407

History 108-01 – History of Science & Medicine

Students examine the ideas and practices that define science and medicine and their relationships with society and culture, using

examples from a variety of historical contexts.

M – W

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 103

April Kiser

12412

History 203-01 – U.S. History 1920 to Present

M – R

12:00PM-1:50PM

CL 205

Erik Christiansen

12411

History 207-01 – History Through Numbers (Hybrid)

This course uses statistics to enable students to broaden their historical reasoning so as to better assess the multiplicity of human,

institutional, and environmental factors creating present and past historical reality.

F

10:00AM-11:50Am

CL 212

Peter Brown

12409

History 218-01 – American Foreign Policy Cold War and Beyond

Students survey American foreign policy from 1945 to the present. Topics include the Cold War, relationships among international organizations, decolonization and theories of modernization.

T – R

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 200

Karl Benziger

12136

History 219-01 – Popular Culture in Twentieth
Century America Students examine the influence of popular culture in American history, and how Americans utilized and interpreted popular culture such as

films, television and music, throughout the twentieth century.

T

6:00-8:50PM

CL 022

Elisa Miller

12120

History 239-01 Japan History through Art and Literature (Hybrid)
Students examine Japanese history from ancient to Meiji period, focusing on social and cultural development of Japan, using historical documents, archaeological remains, visual materials, art and literature.

W

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 212

Moonsil Kim

12408

History 267-01 Europe and Beyond History Reminiscences

An interdisciplinary examination of historical events since 1700 through the lens of men's and women's memoirs, autobiographies, fiction, and film.

T

4:00PM-7:50PM

CL 213

Joanne Schneider

12413

History 268-01 Civil Rights and National Liberation Movement (Hybrid)

This course emphasizes a global approach to American history that places movements of national liberation, exemplified by Vietnam, Cuba, and Guinea Bissau, and the American Civil Rights movement, in context.

M – W

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 204

Karl Benziger

16075

History 269-01 Jazz and Civil Rights Freedom of Sound

This course explores the evolution of jazz from bebop through free jazz, emphasizing the relationship between music and social change, in particular the civil rights movement, domestically and internationally.

M – W

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 205

Ronald Dufour

10676

History 272-01 Globalization 15th Century to Present (Hybrid) 
This course examines the traditional interpretation of the "Rise of the West" as an inevitable historical process by exploring the essential

contributions of diverse global societies to contemporary globalization.

W

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 100

April Kiser

12410

History 274-01 History of the Dominican Republic

Students analyze the rise of the Dominican Republic’s multi-racial society from 1492 to the present. The Trujillo dictatorship and Dominican baseball are among the issues explored.

T – R

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 212

David Espinosa

12414

History 281-01 History Matters I Methods and Skills

History is argument and debate not names and dates. Students will explore the philosophy, practice and significance of history, learning to think, read and write critically about the past.

M – W

2:00PM-3:50PM

CL 213

Quenby Hughes

12417

History 310-01 Twentieth Century Europe

Beginning with the First World War, students explore such topics as the Treaty of Versailles, the Roaring Twenties, the rise of communism and fascism, the Second World War, and the Cold War.

T – R

10:00AM-11:50AM

CL 218

Joanne Schneider

12415

History 313-01 The Soviet Union and After

Students will investigate the fascinating ideologies, issues, events and continuities of the Soviet Union and post-Soviet era: 1917, Bolsheviks, Stalin, WWII, Cold War,1990s collapse, Putin, new East-West confrontation.

W

4:00PM-6:50PM

CL 206

Peter Brown

12416

History 340-01 The Muslim World from the Age of Muhammad to 1800
The emergence of Islamic civilization in the Middle East is traced from the appearance of Islam in the seventh century to the nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on the diversity of cultural phenomena.

M – W

2:00PM-3:20PM

CL 101

Gregory Golden

10678

History 265 – Post 1945 Conflicts in Africa and Globally

Students examine the history of conflict resolution in Africa and around the word since 1945. They will analyze the political, economic, social, cultural and environmental dimensions of strife.

T – R

4:00PM-5:50PM

CL 212

Peter Mendy

12035

History 357-01 Public History Experiences

Through concurrent internship and classroom experiences, students examine the potential of public history by collectively defining and articulating visions for the field, developing field-specific skills and exploring history’s roles in society. Students may repeat this course once for credit.

M

12:00PM-1:20PM

CL 213

Erik Christiansen

11999

History 362-01 Reading Seminar in History

Building on history and social science courses, this seminar involves extensive reading and discussion of selected historical themes. Focus is on historiographical issues.

M – W

4:00PM-5:50PM

CL 204

Karl Benziger

11302

History 381-01 Workshop
Students visit historic sites and museums around Rhode Island and discuss how to prepare elementary school students for field trips to these sites to enhance the learning experience.

W

4:00PM-4:50PM

CL 220

Joanne Schneider

10679

History 501-01 Historiography
This is an introduction to the theories and types of history and the various schools of historical thought.

T

4:00PM-6:50PM

CL 218

Ronald Dufour

10680

History 561-01 Graduate Seminar in History

Students develop a greater knowledge of materials for history, methods of research, and skill in solving problems of analysis and exposition.

R

5:00PM-7:50PM

CL 218


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