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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Programs, Faculty, and Courses History 510 Courses with Transnational, Comparative, or Interdisciplinary Themes  

Courses with Transnational, Comparative, or Interdisciplinary Themes

16:510:511Colloquium in Comparative History (3) Adas, Bennett, Howard
16:510:513Colloquium in Cultural History (3) Fabian, Lears, Matsuda, Satter
16:510:515Colloquium in Diplomatic History (3) Curruthers, Foglesong
16:510:517Colloquium in Economic History (3) Survey of the principal problems and methodologies in economic history. Livingston, Triner-Besosa
16:510:519Colloquium in Intellectual History (3) An investigation of consciousness-past and present-through the writings of philosophers, moralists, and cultural critics from the 17th through the 20th centuries. Bay, Lears, Livingston, Satter, Yans-McLaughlin
16:510:521Colloquium in Labor History (3) Cobble, Livingston
16:510:523Colloquium in Migration, Community, and Identity (3) Immigration, community, and identity formations among immigrants. Dynamics of assimilation and its opposites in selected cultural and chronological contexts. Whalen, Yans-McLaughlin
16:510:525Colloquium in Political History (3) O`Neill
16:510:527Topics in the History of Religion (3) Selected issues and relevant historiography in the history of religion. Specific cultural and historical context varies according to the interests of the instructors. Lears, Mack, Morrison, Reinert
16:510:529Topics in the History of Sexuality (3) Problems and historiography on the history of sexuality in selected historical and cultural contexts. Jones, Reinert, Scott, Smith
16:510:531Colloquium in Social History (3) Introduction to European and American social history, with emphasis on historical demography, the family, class structure and social stratification, protest, and culture. Gillis, Reed
16:510:532Colloquium in Atlantic History and the African Diaspora (3) Examines the connected histories of Africa, Europe, and the Americas and the experiences of peoples of African descent. Bay, Bennett, Ca. Brown, Ch. Brown, Butler, Hewitt, Howard, Morgan, White
16:510:533Topics in Social History (3,3) Gillis, Reed
16:510:534Colloquium in Environmental History (3) Studies how environments and cultures have interacted throughout human history. Adas, Israel, Schrepfer, Scranton
16:510:535Colloquium in the History of Technology (3) Explores how culture has shaped technology as well as the social impacts of technology. Adas, Geselowitz, Israel, Scranton
16:510:536Colloquium in the History of Health and Medicine (3) How culture has shaped medical and scientific knowledge and how ideas about health and illness have influenced aspects of culture. J. Golden, Herschbach, Livingston, Marsh, Reed, Wailoo
16:510:537Colloquium in Urban History (3) Introduction to the urbanization process, with emphasis on the city building process, social mobility and social structure, ethnicity, social and geographic mobility, political and social reform. Howard, Isenberg
16:510:539Colloquium in Women's and Gender History (3) Women`s and gender history across national/cultural contexts and time periods. Basch, Davis, Gillis, Jones, LeGall, J. Lewis, Morgan, Smith, White, Yans-McLaughlin
16:510:541(F) Colloquium in World History (3) Focuses on a specific problem or set of problems in world history using readings designed to promote an understanding of the relevant theoretical and analytical literature. Ch. Brown, Howard. Prerequisite: Admission to Ph.D. program.
16:510:543Seminar in Cultural History (3) Lears, Matsuda
16:510:545Seminar in Economic History (3)
16:510:546Seminar I in the History of Technology, Environment, and Health: History and Social Theory (3) Theoretical perspectives, drawn chiefly from the social sciences, emphasizing their role in initiating historical research projects. Israel, Pauly, Reed, Schrepfer, Scranton
16:510:547Seminar II in the History of Technology, Environment, and Health (3) Directed research related to the global history of technology, environment, and health. Israel, Pauly, Reed, Schrepfer, Scranton
16:510:549,550Seminar in the History of Women (3,3) Davis, Garrison, Hewitt, Jones, J. Lewis, Mack, Morgan, Smith, Yans-McLaughlin.
16:510:551(S) Seminar in World and Comparative History (3) Directed research in projects related to a specific theme (such as immigration, imperialism, comparative gender ideologies) that are announced in advance by the instructor. Adas, Ch. Brown, Howard, Roden. Prerequisite: Admission to Ph.D. program.
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