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Winter 2022 Graduate Courses

(Tentative schedule; subject to change)

Course No. & Name Professor/Lecturer Day/Time Course Description
200J - Advanced Historiography: Near East: Historiography of Modern Middle East Gelvin, J.L W 2:00P-4:50P 200J - Advanced Historiography: Near East: Historiography of Modern Middle East Gelvin, J.L. W 2:00P-4:50P This seminar is designed to introduce graduate students to some of the most important ideas and debates in the field of modern Middle Eastern history and place those ideas and debates within the context of Anglo-American historiographic trends. This is the second part of a two quarter seminar; while students are free to take only one of the two quarters, history students who plan to use this course to fulfill the historiography requirement of the Middle East field must take both. In this quarter, we shall concentrate on both approaches (environmental history, time and space) and topics (the eighteenth-century debate, the Ottoman legacy).
200O. Advanced Historiography: Science/Technology De Chadarevian, S T 2:00P-4:50P Seminar, three hours. May be repeated for credit.
C201K. Topics in History: India Green, N.S. M 3:00P-5:50P Seminar, three hours. Designed for graduate students. Reading and discussion of selected topics. May be repeated for credit. May be concurrently scheduled with course C191N. S/U or letter grading.
C201Q. Topics in History: Theory of History Hirano, K. F 4:00P-6:50P Seminar, three hours. Designed for graduate students. Reading and discussion of selected topics. May be repeated for credit. May be concurrently scheduled with course C191P. S/U or letter grading.
C201W. Topics in History: World Subrahmanyam, S M 10:00A-12:50P Seminar, three hours. Designed for graduate students. Reading and discussion of selected topics. May be repeated for credit. May be concurrently scheduled with course C191O. S/U or letter grading.
214. Topics in World History Wong, R.B. M 1:00P-3:50P Seminar, three hours. Graduate seminar utilizing world-historical perspective to examine variety of broad themes in human history. Topics vary annually. Letter grading.
214. Topics in World History Aslanian, S.D. T 2:00P-4:50P Seminar, three hours. Graduate seminar utilizing world-historical perspective to examine variety of broad themes in human history. Topics vary annually. Letter grading.
246B. Introduction to U.S. History: 1790 to 1900 Kim, K.Y. W 2:00P-4:50P Seminar, three hours. Graduate survey of significant literature dealing with U.S. history from the Colonial period to the present. Each course may be taken independently for credit.
M266C. Analyzing Historical Texts Yokoyama, O.T. TR 2:00P-3:50P Seminar, four hours. Designed for graduate students. Analysis of linguistic structure and ethnohistorical context of legal and other documents written by native-speaking scribes and translators. Topics include paleographic technique and text analysis software. May be repeated for credit. S/U grading.
275A. Colloquium: African History Lydon, G.E. F 8:00A-10:50A 275A. Colloquium: African History Lydon, G.E. F 8:00A-10:50A Seminar, three hours. Designed for all entering and continuing graduate students in African history. Source identification, research methodologies, historiographical traditions, historical interpretation, approaches to teaching, and research design. Forum for critical discussion of dissertation prospectuses and work in progress. May be taken independently for credit. S/U or letter grading.
282B. Seminar: Chinese History Von Glahn, R. M 2:00P-4:50P Seminar, three hours. Requisite: course 282A. Letter grading.
291A. Seminar: Jewish History Myers, D.N. T 2:00P-4:50P Seminar, three hours. Course 291A is requisite to 291B. Studies in intellectual and social history of Jewish people from ancient times to modern period. In Progress grading (credit to be given only on completion of course 291B).