The history major consists of ten history courses that must include the following:
*Either HIS 495 or 496 may be counted towards the research-seminar credit, but not both.
Students who major in history and fulfill all the other requirements of the major, but who also meet the following requirements, will be recognized as having completed a Concentration in Global History: the Concentration in Global History consists of five History courses, including HIST 105, a research seminar or colloquium that focuses on global history, plus three other courses that focus on global history. Students must satisfy all of the regular requirements for the history major. Courses can count toward both the general requirements for the History major and the requirements for the Concentration in Global History.
Global History Courses
These “global” history courses focus on historical processes that transcend or connect different geographical regions of the world. Courses are classified by the department as “global” 1) if the course materials engage students with perspectives generated from different regions of the globe and 2) if the historical analysis expected in student work includes consideration of either connections between these regions, comparisons between them, or both.
HIS 105: History of the Modern World – Staff
HIS 114: Introduction to History Seminar: Food Histories – Pite
HIS 115: Introduction to History Seminar: Crusades – Goshgarian
HIS 118: Introduction to History Seminar: Cold War – Sanborn
HIS 120: Introduction to History Seminar: History in Pictures – Barclay
HIS 212: Middle East in Mind of America, America in Mind of Middle East – Goshgarian
HIS 215: History of Technology – Jackson
HIS 238: Global Stimulants – Pite
HIS 261: Making African America – Zallen
HIS 265: Modern Jewish History – Weiner
HIS 275: Crossing the Americas – Pite
HIS 276: Conquest: A History – Rosen
HIS 310: Coll: Human Rights and Modern War – Sanborn