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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2003-2005 Programs, Faculty, and Courses History 510 Courses in European History  

Courses in European History

16:510:591Ancient History: Topics and Problems (3) Colloquium structured around important primary and secondary readings in Greek and/or Roman history. Cargill, Reinert
16:510:593Problems and Directed Readings in Medieval History (3) Introduction to the major problems and readings in the field of medieval history. Designed to prepare students to become competent and informed teachers in their major field. Masschaele, Morrison, Reinert
16:510:595Colloquium in Medieval History (3) Morrison, Reinert
16:510:597Problems and Directed Readings in Early Modern European History (3) Introduction to the major problems and readings in the field of early modern European history. Designed to prepare students to become competent and informed teachers in their major field. Davis, Gillis, Jones, Kelley, Smith
16:510:599Problems and Directed Readings in Modern European History (3) Introduction to the major problems and readings in the field of modern European history. Designed to prepare students to become competent and informed teachers in their major field. Davis, Gillis, Jones, Kelley, Smith
16:510:601Colloquium in European History (3) Bell, Bellany, Galili, Jones, Mack, Matsuda
16:510:602Colloquium in the Holocaust: History, Testimony, Meaning (3)
16:510:603Colloquium in British History (3) Bellany, Gillis, Mack, Masschaele
16:510:605Colloquium in Modern Russian History (3) Introduction to the historical literature and major problems of 19th- and 20th-century Russian history. Designed to complement training in modern European or American history. Galili
16:510:607Seminar in Ancient History (3)
16:510:611Seminar: Western Europe in the Middle Ages (3) Masschaele, Morrison, Reinert
16:510:613Seminar in Renaissance Reformation History (3)
16:510:615,616Seminar in European History (3,3) Davis, Mack
16:510:617Seminar in European Intellectual History (3) Kelley, Morrison
16:510:619Seminar in European Political History (3) Held
16:510:621Seminar in European Social History (3) Bell, Gillis, Smith
16:510:623Seminar in English History (3)
 
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