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African Studies 016
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Atmospheric Science 107
Biochemistry 115
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Chemistry and Chemical Biology 160
Chinese 165
Cinema Studies 175
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Cognitive Science 185
College Teaching 186
College and University Leadership 187
Communication, Information and Library Studies 194
Communication Studies
Comparative Literature 195
Computational and Data-Enabled Science and Engineering 199
Computer Science 198
Cultural Heritage and Preservation Studies (CHAPS)
Curatorial Studies
Data Science (Statistics Track) 954
Drug Discovery and Development
East Asian Languages and Cultures 217
Ecology and Evolution 215
Economics 220
Education 300
Educational Psychology; Educational Theory, Policy, and Administration; Learning and Teaching
Electrical and Computer Engineering 332
Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences 340
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English, Literatures in (English 350, Composition Studies 352)
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Entomology 370
Environmental Change, Human Dimensions of 378
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Exposure Science
Financial Statistics and Risk Management 958
Food and Business Economics 395
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French 420
Genetic Counseling
Geography 450
Geological Sciences 460
Geospatial Information Science 455
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German 470
Global Agriculture
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Graduate Student Professional Development 486
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Horticulture and Turfgrass Science
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Industrial Relations and Human Resources 545
Industrial and Systems Engineering 540
Information Technology
Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program 554
Italian 560
Jewish Studies 563
Kinesiology and Applied Physiology 572
Labor and Employment Relations
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Latin American Studies
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Literatures in English
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Medieval Studies 667
Microbial Biology 682
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 681
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Molecular Biosciences 695
Music 700
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Perceptual Science 714
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Pharmaceuticals and Clinical Trials Management 725
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Quaternary Studies 855
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Russian, Central and East European Studies 859
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Spanish 940
Statistics and Biostatistics 960
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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2017 Programs, Faculty, and Courses History 510 Graduate Courses  
Graduate School-New Brunswick

Courses in Historiography, Theory, and Practice

16:510:500, 502 The Historian's Craft (1.5,1.5) Introduction to the professional study of history, the diverse methodological approaches of current historiography, and the place of historical scholarship in both academic and nonacademic spheres. First-year graduate students only.
16:510:509 Teaching of History (3) Bell, Mittelstadt, Lee

Courses with Transnational, Comparative, or Interdisciplinary Themes
16:510:503 (F) Africa in World History (3) Themes in global history (population movements, disease, development of crops and domesticated animals, technological innovation, cultural forms, empire) approached by placing Africa and Africans at the center of the debates.
16:510:504 (F) Global History: Theory, Historiography, and Pedagogy (3) Course is designed for students enrolled in the Global M.A. program.
16:510:505 (F) Islam: A Global Civilization (3) The history and development of Islam as a global civilization from sixth-century Arabia to the contemporary period.
T. Jones
16:510:511 Colloquium in Comparative History (3)   Triner, Zerubavel
16:510:513 Colloquium in Cultural History (3) Lears, Matsuda, Satter
16:510:514 (S) Approaches to Global History (3) Teaching, thinking, and writing about global history and cross-cultural comparisons of and interactions among major human societies from prehistoric times to the present. Intended for students in the history M.A. and education M.Ed. programs.
16:510:515 Colloquium in United States Foreign Relations (3) Carruthers, Foglesong
16:510:518 (S) Protest and Consciousness: African Labor History in the Comparative Global Context (3) The history of African labor, political consciousness, and popular protest; case studies from both the precolonial and modern periods. Brown. Designed for students in the global M.A. program.  Prerequisite: Undergraduates require permission of the instructor.
16:510:519 Colloquium 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. Livingston, Surkis
16:510:520 (F) South Asian Global History (3) A long view of South Asia, emphasizing interactions with other world civilizations up to the present. Aspects of culture, politics, labor processes, and political economy. Course is designed for students enrolled in the Global M.A. program.
16:510:521 Colloquium in Labor History (3) Cobble, Lauria-Santiago, Livingston
16:510:522 Comparative Colonialism in Asia (3) A comparative study of colonialism that places Japanese and “Western” colonial projects in Asia at the center of debates about colonial encounters in global history. Ikeya, Mathew, Stephens
16:510:529 Topics in the History of Sexuality (3) Problems and historiography in the history of sexuality in selected historical and cultural contexts. Koven, DeVun, Schoen
16:510:532 Colloquium in Atlantic History and the African Diaspora (3) Bay, Butler, Fuentes, Holsey, White
16:510:534 Colloquium in Environmental History (3) Studies how environments and cultures have interacted throughout human history. Israel, T. Jones, Maher
16:510:535 Colloquium in the History of Technology (3) Explores how culture has shaped technology as well as the social impact of technology. Delbourgo, Israel, Pietrusek
16:510:536 Colloquium 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. Marsh, Pemberton, Schoen
16:510:537 Colloquium 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, and political and social reform. Davis
16:510:539 Colloquium in Women's and Gender History (3) Women's and gender history across national/cultural contexts and time periods. Cobble, Davis, DeVun, Feinberg, Ikeya, J. Jones, Koven, Schoen, Surkis, Townsend, White
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. Delbourgo, T. Jones, Lears, Mathew
16:510:543 Seminar in Cultural History (3) Greenberg, Lears, Matsuda
16:510:546 Seminar I in the History of Science, Technology, Environment, and Health (3) Theoretical perspectives, drawn chiefly from the social sciences, emphasizing their role in initiating historical research projects. Delbourgo, Israel, T. Jones 
16:510:547 Seminar II in the History of Science, Technology, Environment, and Health (3) Directed research related to the global history of technology, environment, and health. Delbourgo, Israel, T. Jones, Schoen
16:510:549,550 Seminar in the History of Women (3,3) Davis, Feinberg, J. Jones, Koven, Mittelstadt, Surkis, White
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. Ikeya, Roden, Townsend, Zerubavel

Courses in African-American and American History

16:510:553 Readings in African-American History (3) Survey of African-American history and historiography. Bay, Fuentes, Murch, Rucker, White
16:510:555 Readings in American History I (3) Introduction to the history and historiography of 16th- to 18th-century North America. Emphasis on encounters in early America between Europeans, Africans, and Native Americans; comparative experiences of Spanish (Caribbean and Mexico), French (Canada), and English; colonial society and politics; Atlantic economy and slavery; and 18th-century revolutions and nation building. Designed to help students prepare for qualifying exams and to teach the U.S. surveys. Clemens, Delbourgo, Silver, Townsend
16:510:557 Readings in American History II (3) Introductory survey of history and historiography; America from the early 19th through early 20th centuries, covering key themes of political, military, social, and cultural development. Bay, Lears, Masur, Satter, White
16:510:559 Readings in American History III (3) Introductory survey of history and historiography; America from the early 20th century to the present, covering key themes of political, military, social, and cultural development. Cobble, Foglesong, Livingston, Mittelstadt, Murch, White
16:510:560 Problems and Directed Readings in Women's and Gender History (3) DeVun, Feinberg, J. Jones, Schoen
16:510:561 Colloquium in American History (3) Bay, Devlin, Fogelsong, Greenberg, Lears, Livingston, Silver
16:510:563 Colloquium in African-American History (3) Bay, Fuentes, Murch, Rucker, White
16:510:571 Seminar in Recent American History (3) Bay, Cobble, Greenberg, Markowitz, Mittelstadt, White
16:510:573 Seminar in African-American and American History (3) Bay, Murch, Rucker, White
16:510:585 Seminar in American Urban History (3)   Murch

Courses in European History

16:510:593 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. DeVun, Kelly, Masschaele, Reinert
16:510:595 Colloquium in Medieval History (3) DeVun, Kelly, Masschaele, Reinert
16:510:597 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. Artun, Bellany, J. Jones
16:510:599 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, Feinberg, Hanebrink, Hellbeck  
16:510:601 Colloquium in European History (3) Bellany, Davis, DeVun, Feinberg, Galili, Hanebrink, Hellbeck, J. Jones, Koven, Matsuda, Sinkoff, Surkis
16:510:603 Colloquium in British History (3) Bellany, Koven
16:510:611 Seminar: Western Europe in the Middle Ages (3) DeVun, Kelly, Masschaele, Reinert
16:510:615,616 Seminar in European History (3,3)   Davis, DeVun, Feinberg, Hanebrink, Hellbeck, Jones, Kelly, Koven, Matsuda, Surkis
16:510:617 Seminar in European Intellectual History (3)

Courses in African and Latin American History

16:510:625 Colloquium in African History (3) Study of development prior to colonialism. Commercial systems and religious movements analyzed in the context of culture and social organization. Background for studying carryover of culture to the Americas; recent African history. Brown, Cooper
16:510:631 Colloquium in Latin American History (3) Lauria-Santiago, Lopez, Townsend, Triner, Wasserman
16:510:637,638 Seminar in Latin American History (3,3) Lopez, Townsend, Triner, Wasserman

Individualized Study

16:510:677 Advanced Topics in History (3)
16:510:678 Advanced Topics in History (3)
16:510:679 Advanced Topics in History (3)
16:510:680 Minor Field Preparation (3) Supervised preparation and study for the minor field examination.
16:510:681 Major Field Preparation (3) Supervised preparation and study for the major field examination.
16:510:682 Dissertation Proposal Preparation (3)   Supervised preparation of the dissertation proposal.
16:510:701,702 Research in History (BA,BA) Designed to record research work toward the doctoral dissertation. Open only to students who have advanced to candidacy.
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