Introductory Courses (1100-1999)

Introductory courses (1100-1999) introduce students to the methods and skills of history as a humanities and social science discipline. (Generally closed to seniors.) Enrollment limit: 50 students.

Spring 2014

  • 1020 Frontier Crossings: The Western Experience in American History

Fall 2013

  • 110{1140} Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe
  • 140{1240} War and Society
  • 160{1460} Apartheid's Voices: South African History, 1948-1994

Spring 2013

  • 127{1160}: Early Modern Europe: Reformation to Napoleon

Fall 2012

  • 139{1241}: The Civil War Era
  • 125{1180}: Entering Modernity: European Jewry

Spring 2012

  • 130: North American Indian History 1450-present
  • 110: Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe

Fall 2011

  • 110: Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe
  • 142: The United States Since 1945

Spring 2011

  • 110: Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation Europe
  • 126: The Making of Modern Europe
  • 125: Entering Modernity: European Jewry

Fall 2010

  • 140: War and Society
  • 139: The Civil War Era

Fall 2009

  • 140: War and Society
  • 139: The Civil War Era