Umbc department of History Geographic Designation of Elective Courses for the History Major and Minor Non-U. S



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UMBC Department of History

Geographic Designation of Elective Courses for the History Major and Minor

Non-U.S.

HIST 103: East-Asian Civilization

HIST 110: Western Civilization Up to 1700

HIST 111: Western Civilization Since 1700

HIST 200: Themes in World History

HIST 203: Film & History: Representations of Imperialism in Modern World History

HIST 204: Don’t Buy It: The Global History of Commodities

HIST 206: Entrepreneurs in the Early Modern World

HIST 207: Asian Diasporas

HIST 209: Themes in World History: Planets and Worlds, Earth and Home

HIST 242: Introduction to Contemporary Africa

HIST 243: Introduction to African History

HIST 255: History of Christianity: From Its Origins to the Reformation

HIST 273: History of the Jews in Modern Times: From the Middle Ages to 1917

HIST 274: Contemporary Jewish American History

HIST 291: History of East Asia Since World War II

HIST 306: The First World War (both U.S. and Non-US)

HIST 327: Modern Latin American History

HIST 328: Colonial Latin America

HIST 330: Ancient Science and Technology

HIST 339: Images of Science and Technology in Cinema and Media

HIST 340: Atlantic Revolutions (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 350: History of Medicine (both US and Non-US)

HIST 353: The Politics of Race in Southern Africa

HIST 354: West African History

HIST 355: Selected Topics in History

HIST 358: Art and Society in the Renaissance

HIST 360: Islam in Africa

HIST 361: French Revolution

HIST 362: Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean World

HIST 363: The Crusade

HIST 364: The Rise of Islam

HIST 365: War in the Modern World (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 366: Doing It: Case Studies in the History of Western Sexuality

HIST 369: Darwinism: The Evolutionary Perspective (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 371: History and Film (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 373: History of the Holocaust

HIST 374: European Women’s History 1200-1750

HIST 375: European Women’s History 1750 to the Present

HIST 376: European Women’s History 1914 to the Present

HIST 378: Eastern Europe Since 1878

HIST 380: Women and Gender in Asia

HIST 381: From Samurai to “Salariman”: Japanese History Through Film and Literature

HIST 382: Pacific Crossings: Race, War, and Gender in Asian Migrations (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 383: Japan in the Shogun Age

HIST 385: Contemporary Japan: 1945 to the Present

HIST 387: Medicine and Health Care in China

HIST 388: Society and Culture in China

HIST 389: Islamic Culture and Society: 570-1560 CE

HIST 391: Internship in History (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 399: Special Projects in History (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 406: The Atlantic World: The Shared History of Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans

HIST 445: History of Science Up to 1700

HIST 446: History of Science Since 1700 (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 453: Ancient Greece

HIST 454: Hellenistic World and Rome

HIST 455: The Roman Republic

HIST 456: The Roman Empire

HIST 457: Byzantine Civilization

HIST 458: Japan to 1800

HIST 459: Japan Since 1800

HIST 463: Jews, Christians and Muslims in the Middle Ages

HIST 465: The Renaissance

HIST 466: The Reformation

HIST 468: The Age of Enlightenment

HIST 469: Masculinity and Femininity in the Middle Ages

HIST 470: Tudor and Stuart England: 1485-1714

HIST 471: Britain in the Industrial Revolution: 1714-1848

HIST 472: Victorian Britain

HIST 473: Twentieth-Century Britain: The Age of Decline

HIST 477: History of China to 1644

HIST 478: History of China 1644-1912

HIST 479: History of China 1912-1949

HIST 480: Contemporary China: 1949 to the Present

HIST 481 History of Modern France: 1789-1989

HIST 483: German History: 1789-1914

HIST 484: German History: 1914 to the Present

HIST 485: Russia to 1900

HIST 486: Soviet History on Trial

HIST 487: Europe, 1815-1914

HIST 488: Europe, 1914 to the Present

HIST 493: Seminar in European History

HIST 494: Seminar in World History

HIST 497: Historical Research: European and World History (also WI credit)

HIST 498: Honors Thesis in History I (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 499: Honors Thesis in History II (both U.S. and Non-U.S.) (also WI credit)



U.S.

HIST 101: American History up to 1877

HIST 102: American History Since 1877

HIST 218: Introduction to Afro-American History: A Survey

HIST 300: Introduction to Public History

HIST 301: The American City

HIST 302: History of Maryland

HIST 303: The Second World War

HIST 304: U.S. and the Vietnam War

HIST 306: The First World War (both U.S. and Non-US)

HIST 308: Childhood and Adolescence in America

HIST 311: American Entrepreneurs: From Christopher Columbus to Steve Jobs

HIST 316: Native American History from Contact to 1840

HIST 317: American Political Development

HIST 318: United States Constitutional History

HIST 319: Novelty & Nostalgia: The Rise of Modern America, 1877 to 1945

HIST 320: History of the Cold War

HIST 321: African-American History to 1865

HIST 322: African-American History Since 1865

HIST 323: African-American Women’s History

HIST 325: History of Women in America to 1870

HIST 326: History of Women in American Since 1870

HIST 340: Atlantic Revolutions (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 341: The American Colonies


HIST 343: Democratizing America, 1815-1850


HIST 344: The American Civil War

HIST 345: Origins of Modern America: 1877-1920

HIST 346: The United States 1917 to 1945

HIST 347: The United States Since 1945

HIST 348: History of U.S. Intelligence: The Revolution to 9/11

HIST 350: History of Medicine (both US and Non-US)

HIST 356: Selected Topics in U.S. History

HIST 365: War in the Modern World (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 369: Darwinism: The Evolutionary Perspective (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 370: The History the Jews in the United States

HIST 371: History and Film (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 377: The Jewish American Experience in Film

HIST 382: Pacific Crossings: Race, War, and Gender in Asian Migrations (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 391: Internship in History (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 399: Special Projects in History (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 401: The American South to 1865

HIST 402: The American South Since Reconstruction

HIST 405: Comparative Slavery: Africa and the New World

HIST 411: Service Learning in Public History

HIST 412: American Business and Economic History

HIST 413: American Revolution

HIST 415: Advanced Public History

HIST 420: American Political Development

HIST 422: Seeing & Obscuring: Documenting America in the Modern Era, 1877-1945

HIST 429: The History of Baltimore

HIST 435: Twentieth-Century American Foreign Policy

HIST 446: History of Science Since 1700 (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)

HIST 447: The Civil Rights Movement

HIST 450: Social History of American Medicine

HIST 495: Seminar in American History

HIST 496: Historical Research: American History (also WI credit)

HIST 498: Honors Thesis in History I (both U.S. and Non-U.S.)



HIST 499: Honors Thesis in History I (both U.S. and Non-U.S.) (Also WI credit)


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