Undergraduate Courses

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UNDERGRADUTE HISTORY COURSES 
I. 1000-Level Courses (see below)

II. Area Courses (US, European, Non-West/Global)--see below

III. Pre-1800 Courses (see below)

IV. Writing and Technology Intensive Courses (see below)

V. UCC Area Courses--4, 5, and 6 (see below)

VI. Cross-Listed Courses (see below)

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I. 1000-LEVEL COURSES

HIST 1010 Foundations of Western Civilization
          (can be substituted by HIST 1030  or 1040)
HIST 1020 Europe and the World
         (can be substituted by HIST 1040 or 1050)
HIST 1030 Foundations of Civilization
HIST 1040 The Early Modern World
HIST 1050 The Modern World

II. AREA COURSES: 2000, 3000, 4000 LEVEL COURSES  

AREA: United States History
HIST 2050 U.S. History through Reconstruction
HIST 2060 U.S. History since Reconstruction
HIST 2100 U.S. Labor History  (UCC Area 5)
HIST 2530 American Slavery (UCC Area 4)
HIST 2550 History of Latinos/Latinas (UCC Area 4 Diversity & Justice)
HIST 2580 Asian American Experience (UCC Area 4)
HIST 2910 History of the Civil Rights Movement, 1955-1970 (UCC Area 4)
HIST 3110 Labor History
HIST 3140 History of New Jersey (Writing Intensive—all sections)
HIST 3150 U.S. Jewish Community
HIST 3160 American Women’s History
HIST 3170 U.S. History of the 1960s
HIST 3180 American Colonies
HIST 3200 Jeffersonian and Jacksonian Democracy, 1789-1840
HIST 3210 Era of the Civil War, 1840-1877
HIST 3220 Progress, War, and Normalcy, 1877-1933
HIST 3230 From New Deal to Cold War since 1933
HIST 3240 Social & Cultural History of the Early American Republic
HIST 3250 American Ethnic History
HIST 3270 U.S.as a World Power
HIST 3280 Economic History
HIST 3440 Society at War – U.S. in WWII
HIST 3510 Introduction to Public History
HIST 3550 U.S. Urban History
HIST 3790 History of Suburbia
HIST 3880 Latino History to 1898
HIST 3890 Latino History since 1898
HIST 3970 History of Pop Culture
HIST 4000 Internship in History
HIST 4030 Interpreting U.S. History
HIST 4040 Creation of the American Republic
HIST 4080 Social Darwinism to the Bell Curve
HIST 4090 U.S. Labor History since 1865
HIST 4180 History of Rock & Roll

AREA: Non Western Global History
HIST 3010 Social History of Modern Europe
HIST 3030 Greek Civilization
HIST 3040 Rome: Republic and Empire
HIST 3060 Europe in the Middle Ages
HIST 3070 Imperial Spain, 1450-1700
HIST 3080 History of Christianity
HIST 3090 The Italian Renaissance
HIST 3100 Modern France since 1815
HIST 3120 Reformation Europe
HIST 3130 Age of Discovery and Conquest
HIST 3310 Twentieth- Century Russia (Writing Intensive: Some sections)
HIST 3320 Tudor-Stuart England
HIST 3330 Modern Britain
HIST 3350 Science, Technology & Society
HIST 3360 Europe in the Age of Revolution, 1789-1848
HIST 3380 Europe since 1914
HIST 3390 The Revolutionary Movement in Russia
HIST 3400 Germany from Bismarck through Hitler
HIST 3410 Hitler and the Nazi Era
HIST 3450 Social History of Russia through Literature
HIST 3460 Modern European Women’s History
HIST 3470 Irish History
HIST 3480 The British Empire and Imperialism
HIST 3490 The Holocaust
HIST 3520 Medieval and Early Modern European Women’s History
HIST 3570 Late Antiquity and the Byzantine Empire
HIST 3720 Medieval and Early Modern France
HIST 3730 Germany since 1945
HIST 3960 History and Literature of Medieval Spain
HIST 4100 Europe: The Industrial Revolution
HIST 4270 Peasant Russia
HIST 4280 Stalin and His Times (Writing Intensive)
HIST 4290 The Russian Revolution, 1917 – 1932 (Writing Intensive: Some sections)
HIST 4300 The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Era (Writing Intensive)
HIST 4320 Intellectual History of Ancient and Medieval Civilizations
HIST 4440 European Religion, 1500-1700

AREA: European History
HIST 2020: World History since 1500 (Core)
HIST 2220: Technology in World History (Technology Intensive)
HIST 2700 East Asian Civilization
HIST 2800 Civilizations of South Asia
HIST 3020 Origins of Civilization
HIST 3190 Age of Global Connections
HIST 3300 Russian Empire
HIST 3530 Comp. Race /Slavery in Americas
HIST 3560 Women & Gender in Mod S. Asia
HIST 3580 Russia in Asia
HIST 3590 Women & Islam
HIST 3600 Traditional Japan
HIST 3610 Modern Japan HIST 3620/ ASN 3620 Making Japanese Popular Culture (UCC Area 6 and Technology Intensive)
HIST 3640 Japanese Hist. through Cinema

HIST 3650 The Pacific War
HIST 3660 The U.S. and the Pacific
HIST 3700 Traditional China
HIST 3710 Modern China
HIST 3750 Chinese Communist Revolution
HIST 3760 Korean History
HIST 3780 Mughal India
HIST 3800 Colonial Latin America
HIST 3810 Modern Latin America
HIST 3820 Puerto Rico, Cuba, Caribbean World
HIST 3830 Modern Brazilian History
HIST 3840 The Mexican Revolution
HIST 3850 19th-C. Latin America, 1810-1910
HIST 3860 Colonial Brazil, 1500-1822
HIST 3870 Ancient American Civ
HIST 3900 Early Islamic History& Civilization 
HIST 3910 Islamic/Middle Eastern Hist &Civ II
HIST 3920 Contemporary Middle East
HIST 3940 Modern India
HIST 4200 Politics and Social Movements
HIST 4330 Comparative Revolutions
HIST 4430 Trans-Atlantic Colonies
HIST 4600 Seminar in East Asian History
HIST 4680 Gandhi & Nonviolence
HIST 4700 Women & Revolution in China
 
AREA:  VARIABLE COURSES (US, European, OR Non-Western/Global)
HIST 2510 Modern Women and Gender History (UCC Area 4)
HIST 2600 Historical Methods  (Writing Intensive; Technology Intensive—some sections)
HIST 3680 Women and War
HIST 3690 Imaging War
HIST 3990 Selected Topics
HIST 4170 War and Society
HIST 4610 Colloquium
HIST 4800 History Seminar: Selected Topics
HIST 4900 Race, Ethnicity & the Changing City
HIST 4990 Independent Study

III. PRE-1800 COURSES 

HIST 2090: Piracy in the Early Modern World
HIST 2220 Technology in World History
HIST 2530 American Slavery
HIST 2700 East Asian Civilizations
HIST 2800 Civilizations of South Asia
HIST 3020 Origins of Civilization
HIST 3030 Greek Civilization
HIST 3040 Rome
HIST 3060 Europe in the Middle Ages
HIST 3070 Imperial Spain
HIST 3080 History of Christianity
HIST 3090 Italian Renaissance
HIST 3120 Reformation Europe
HIST 3130 Age of Discovery and Conquest
HIST 3180 American Colonies
HIST 3300 Russian Empire
HIST 3320 Tudor Stuart England
HIST 3520 Medieval & Early Mod Women
HIST 3530 Race & Slavery in the Americas
HIST 3570 Late Antiquity & Byzantine Hist
HIST 3600 Trad Japan
HIST 3700 Trad China
HIST 3720 Medieval and Early Modern France
HIST 3780 Mughal India
HIST 3800 Colonial Latin America
HIST 3860 Colonial Brazil
HIST 3870 Ancient American Civs
HIST 3960 History and Literature of Medieval Spain
HIST 3900 Islamic/M.E. History and Civilizations I
HIST 3910 Islamic/M.E. History and Civilization II
HIST 4040 Creation of American Republic
HIST 4170 War and Society
HIST 4300 The French Revolution and Napoleon
HIST 4320 Intellectual History of Anc. and Med.
HIST 4430 Transatlantic Colonies
HIST 4440 European Religion 1500-1700

IV. WRITING AND TECHNOLOGY INTENSIVE COURSES

WRITING INTENSIVE COURSES

HIST 2020 (World Hist since 1500): SOME 
HIST 2600 (Historical Methods): ALL
HIST 3100 (Modern France): ALL 
HIST 3120 (Reformation Europe): ALL 
HIST 3140 (History of New Jersey):ALL 
HIST 3300 (Russian Empire): ALL
HIST 3310 (20th Century Russia): SOME
HIST 3410 (Hitler & Nazi Germany): ALL 
HIST 3510 (Public History): ALL 
HIST 3690 (Imagining War): ALL
HIST 4040 (Creation of Amer Republic): ALL 
HIST 4200 Politics & Social Movements: ALL 
HIST 4280 (Stalin and His Times): ALL 
HIST 4290 (Russian Revolution): SOME 
HIST 4300 (French Revolution): ALL 
HIST 4330 (Comparative Revolutions) ALL 
HIST 4610 (Colloquium):ALL 
HIST 4800 (History Seminar): ALL

TECHNOLOGY INTENSIVE COURSES

HIST 2220 Technology in World History
HIST 2600 (Some sections) HIST/ASN 3620 Making Japanese Popular Culture (UCC Area 6 and Technology Intensive): ALL

V. UCC AREAS 4, 5, and 6

UCC AREA 4 COURSES (Diversity and Justice)
HIST 2510 Modern Women and Gender History
HIST 2530 American Slavery
HIST 2550 History of Latinos/Latinas
HIST 2580 Asian American Experiences
HIST 2910 History of Civil Rights Movement, 1955-1970.

UCC AREA 5 COURSES (Community and Civic Engagement)

HIST 2100 U.S. Labor History
HIST 3510 Introduction to Public History
HIST 4200 Politics and Social Movements

UCC AREA 6 COURSES (Global Awareness)

HIST 2090: Piracy in the Early Modern World
HIST 2700 Eastern Asian Civilization 
HIST 2800 Civilizations of South Asia
HIST 3300 Russian Empire
HIST 3610 Modern Japan HIST 3620/ ASN 3620 Making Japanese Popular Culture (UCC Area 6 and Technology Intensive)
HIST 3640 Japanese History through Cinema 
HIST 3810 Modern Latin America
HIST 3900 Early Islamic History and Civilization
HIST 3920 Contemporary Middle East History 

VI. CROSS-LISTED COURSES

HISTORY (HIST) and ASIAN STUDIES (ASN)
HIST 2580/ASN 2580 Asian American Experience(UCC-4)
HIST 2700/ASN 2700 East Asian Civilization (UCC-6)
HIST 2800/ASN 2800 Civilizations of East Asia (UCC-6)
HIST 3610/ASN 3610 Modern Japan (UCC-6)
HIST 3640/ASN 3640 Japanese History Through Cinema (UCC-6)
HIST 3700/ASN 3700 Traditional China
HIST 3760/ASN 3730 Korean History {Note: Different Course #s}
HIST 3780/ASN 3780 Mughal India
HIST 3940/ASN 3940 Modern India
HIST 4680.ASN 4680 Gandhi and Nonviolence
ASN  4800 Asian Studies Senior Seminar (Capstone, WI)

THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE REGULARLY RECOGNIZED BY ASIAN STUDIES OR HISTORY WHEN LINKED TO THE ASN CAPSTONE:
HIST 4170 WAR AND SOCIETY WAR
HIST 4600 SEMINAR IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY (Capstone)
HIST 4610 COLLOQUIUM: xxxxx (Capstone)
HIST 4700 WOMEN AND REVOLUTION IN CHINA
HIST 4800 HISTORY SEMINAR: xxxxx (Capstone, WI)

THE FOLLOWING COURSES ARE HISTORY COURSES THAT COULD BE CROSS-LISTED WITH ASN. All are accepted by no \ ASN number:
HIST 3020 ORIGINS OF CIVILIZATION
HIST 3580 RUSSIA IN ASIA
HIST 3600 TRADITIONAL JAPAN
HIST 3650 THE PACIFIC WAR
HIST 3660 THE U.S. AND THE PACIIC
HIST 3710 MODERN CHINA

THE FOLLOWING COURSE NOT CROSS-LISTED BUT Accepted by ASN:
HIST 3690/ ENG 3690 IMAGINING WAR

HISTORY (HIST)/ASIAN STUDIES (ASN)/Women's and Gender Studies (WGS)
HIST 3560/ASN 3560/WGS 3560 Women and Gender in Modern South Asia
HIST 3590/ASN 3590/WGS 3590 Women and Islam
HIST 3680/ASN 3680/WGS 3680 Women and War