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Courses at the 100-level

HIST 101: Multiple Voices: Africa in the World

Students examine the historian's craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Africa and the world.
4 credit hours

HIST 102: Multiple Voices: Asia in the World

Students examine the historian's craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Asia and the world.
4 credit hours

HIST 103: Multiple Voices: 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.
4 credit hours

HIST 104: Multiple Voices: 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.
4 credit hours

HIST 105: Multiple Voices: Latin America in the World

Students examine the historian's craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Latin America and the world.
4 credit hours

HIST 106: Multiple Voices: Muslim Peoples in the World

Students examine the historian's craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between Muslim peoples and the world.
4 credit hours

HIST 107: Multiple Voices: The United States in the World

Students examine the historian's craft by studying pivotal events highlighting the historical relationship between the United States and the world.
4 credit hours

HIST 161: Western History

The evolution of European society from the Hebrews to the contemporary world is explored. Focus is on themes central to the lives of Western peoples. This is an introduction to historical thinking and skills.
4 credit hours

HIST 162: Perspectives on East Asia

East Asian civilization, from antiquity to the present, is introduced. Focus is on China and Japan. Included are significant thematic elements of culture, society, politics, literature, and art that distinguish East Asian from Western civilization.
4 credit hours

HIST 163: Perspectives on Africa

Africa, from the earliest times through the colonial era and the modern era, is examined. Topics include origins, myths and stereotypes, artistic and cultural values, sociopolitical and economic development, and colonial experience.
4 credit hours

HIST 164: Perspectives on Muslim History and Civilization

The origins and historical development of Muslim culture are introduced. Focus is on the cultural values, social life, artistic achievements, and contemporary concerns of the world’s more than one billion Muslims.
4 credit hours

HIST 165: Amerindian Peasants in Latin American History

This course explores the political, religious, and cultural features of Latin America’s Amerindian peasants and their efforts in precontact, colonial, and modern periods to preserve their cultural identity and autonomy.
4 credit hours

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