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Department of History|College of Arts and Sciences

Projected Future Courses

This list is tentative, and is subject to change without notice

An asterisk (*) denotes online courses

To view course descriptions (including prerequisites), click here

Course

Title

Fall 2012

Spring 2013

Summer 2013

1110

Western Civilization I

Hobson

 

1120

Western Civilization II

 

Hobson

1211

U.S. to 1865

Wells

 

1221

U.S. from 1865

 

Poblete

1251

Wyoming History

Roberts

Roberts

1320

World Civilizations to 1450

 

Schultz

2020

American Military History

 

Dreher

2050

Introduction to Public History

Ewig

 

2060

Topics in: Warfare & Technology

Dreher

 

2080

Holocaust

 

 

2120

Ancient Greece and the Near East

Myrick

 

2130

Ancient Rome

 

Myrick

2225

History of Christianity

Utterback

 

2230 History of Russia to 1855 Lynn
2240 History of Russia Since 1855
Lynn

2290

History of North American Indians

Means

Means

2315

Hist of Non-Western Religions

DeNapoli

 

2380

Latin American Civilization

Larson

 

2389

History of Women in  American West

Kessler

 

2700

Introduction to Museology

Helfgott

 

3020

Historical Methods

Larson/Laegreid

 

3110

Modern Germany

 

 

3220

Modern Middle East

Kamp

Kamp*

3710

Gender & Humanities

Denney

 

4000/5000

Indians of Wyoming

Means

 

4030

Departmental Proseminar

Poblete

Kamp/Schultz*

4055/5055

Archival Research Methods

 

Ewig

4077/5077

Book History: Topics

Lane

 

4100/5100

Early Medieval Europe

Logan

 

4110/5110

High Middle Ages

Abraham*

 

4112/5112

History of the Medieval City

Logan

 

4170/5170 Europe in the 19th Century Logan
4180/5180 Europe in the 20th Century Lovercheck*

4290/5290

History of the Soviet Union

 

Kamp

4315/5315
Central Europe & the Holocaust

Messenger
(May 2013)
4320/5320 Memory & 20th Century Europe
Messenger
4330/5330 European Gender & Women's Hist
Lovercheck*

4340/5340

Social History of Amer Women

 

 

Schultz*

4405/5405

American Encounters to 1850

 

 

4406/5406

American Encounters from 1850

Schultz*

Poblete

Schultz*

4410/5410

New Worlds: Age of Discovery

Schultz

 

4440/5440 Sectional Conflict

4450/5450

Civil War & Reconstruction

Wells*

 

4463/5463

American Indian History 1783-1890

 

Means

4485

U.S. Latino Diaspora

 

 

4496/5496

History of Mexico

 

Larson

4505/5405

Old South

 

Wells

4530/5530

19th Century American West

Laegreid

 

4535/5535 History of Oil Roberts

4540/5540

20th Century American West

 

Laegreid

4582/5582

20th Century U.S. Foreign Relations

Poblete

 

4990

Topics in: Amer Cultural History

Helfgott

 

4990

Topics in: Mongol Empire

Brose

 

4990

Tp: Women in Ancient Mediterranean

Logan

 

4990

Tp: Ottoman History

Thurman*

 

4990 Tp: Civil War in the West
Wells

4990

Topics in:

 

Larson

5400 Graduate Topics in: Messenger
5585 Conference on US History Laegreid

5605

Conference on Wyo. and the West

Roberts

 

5690

Seminar in European History

 

Logan

5880

5880 History Theory

Kamp

 


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