Spring 2021 Courses (Subject to Change)

HIS 102 FRASER HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, II (Since 1877)
HIS 132 MILLER THE BIRTH OF MODERNITY: EUROPE 1648 TO THE PRESENT
HIS 162 ELENA HISTORY OF MODERN LATIN AMERICA (1800-PRESENT)
HIS 203 ABAKA THE AFRICAN DIASPORA IN SOUTH FLORIDA 
HIS 253 NESVIG HISTORY OF MEXICO: GUNS AND TORTILLAS, OR, HOW MEXICO BECAME MEXICAN
HIS 262 LIPSCHULTZ WOMEN'S AMERICA II (TWENTIETH CENTURY)
HIS 267 WHITE OBJECTS IN HISTORY
HIS 290 NESVIG THE BEACH: THE BEACH AS PLACE, SPACE, AND EVENT IN WORLD HISTORICAL CONTEXT
HIS 291 MILLER THE SEA IN HISTORY
HIS 300 FRASER THE GREAT MIGRATIONS
HIS 301 BACHIN MIAMI ENGAGEMENT: HISTORY, MEDIA, AND SOCIAL CHANGE
HIS 310 ABAKA AFRICA IN CUBA/CUBA IN AFRICA: SLAVE TRADE TO CUBAN INTERNATIONALIST MISSION
HIS 312 CHATTERJEE FEMININITY, MASCULINITY, AND SEXUAL POLITICS IN INDIAN HISTORY
HIS 313 CHATTERJEE BOLLYWOOD AND BEYOND: RELIGION, GENDER, AND POLITICS IN SOUTH ASIAN FILM
HIS 316 HALSEY MODERN CHINA
HIS 325 THOMAS THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES: EUROPE 450-1095
HIS 362 WHITE THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (1763-1783)
HIS 364 BERNATH CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION (1850-1877)
HIS 372 SPIVEY THE SIXTIES
HIS 374 LIPSCHULTZ HISTORY OF FEMINISM 
HIS 447 GOFF GLOBAL HISTORY OF COMMUNISIM 
HIS 511/611 HALSEY COLONIALISM
HIS 538/638 RUGGIERO LOVE IN THE WESTERN TRADITION
HIS 544/646 BERNATH LIFE IN THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA
HIS 569/669 SPIVEY BLACK PROTEST THOUGHT