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1 Here is the list of history courses with cross listings and how they fit in each of the sections of the History Major. Note: if you take a History course that is cross listed and you take it under the other departments designation, it will still count for the History Major. Pre-1800 o HIST 0089 Magic, Medicine, and Science o HPS 0515 o HIST 0100 Western Civilization 1 o HIST 0123 UHC Western Civilization 1 o HIST 0125 Religions of the West o RELGST 0105 o HIST 0300 Russia to 1860 o HIST 0400 East Asian Civilization to 1800 o HIST 0500 Colonial Latin America o HIST 0700 World History o HIST 0751 Ancient Worlds o HIST 0755 Religion in Asia o RELGST 0505 o HIST 0756 Introduction to Islamic Civilization o RELGST 0455 o HIST 0788 Women and Men in the Ancient Mediterranean o HIST 0795 History of Africa Before 1800 o HIST 1021 Anglo-Dutch Achievement o HIST 1110 Medieval History 1 o RELGST 1320 o HIST 1111 Medieval History 2 o RELGST 1330 o HIST 1112 Medieval World o RELGST 1338 o M&RST 1001 o HIST 1115 The West and the World o HIST 1116 Intro to the Renaissance o M&RST 1002 o RELGST 1360 o HIST 1117 Renaissance to the Reformation o HIST 1121 Tudor England o HIST 1122 Stuart England o HIST 1190 Medieval Government and Society o HIST 1191 English Origins of American Law o HIST 1420 Ancient China o HIST 1422 Late Imperial China o HIST 1431 History Of Japan To 1868 o HIST 1475 East Asian Buddhism o REL 2400

2 o RELGST 1550 o HIST 1476 Chinese Religious Traditions o RELGST 1560 o HIST 1477 Japanese Religious Traditions o RELGST 1570 o HIST 1478 Confucianism: Basic Texts o CHIN 1562 o HIST 1610 United States Colonial o HIST 1611 American Revolution, o HIST 1720 West Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade o HIST 1740 Chan/Zen Buddhism o RELGST 1552 HIST 1753 Ottoman History o HIST 1757 Religion in India I o REL 2365 o RELGST 1500 o HIST 1760 Medieval Jewish Civilization o JS 1220 o REL 2327 o RELGST 1220 o HIST 1765 Israel in the Biblical Age o JS 1100 o RELGST 1100 o HIST 1768 Jewish-Christian Relations o JS 1644 o REL 2800 o RELGST 1644 o HIST 1775 Origins of Christianity o CLASS 1430 o RELGST 1120 o HIST 1776 Varieties of Early Christianity o CLASS 1432 o RELGST 1130 o HIST 1781 Roman History o CLASS 1220 o HIST 1783 Greek History o CLASS 1210 o HIST 1788 Alexander and the Hellenistic Age o HIST 1790 Mediterranean World o HIST 1791 Jewish Culture in Medieval Spain American: o HIST 0600 United States to 1877 o HIST 0601 United States 1865-Present

3 o HIST 0670 Afro-American History I o AFRCNA 0629 o HIST 0671 Afro-American History II o AFRCNA 0630 Global Understanding o Africa o HIST 0014 Introduction to Africa o HIST 0795 History of Africa before 1800 o AFRCNA 0318 o HIST 1070 The Rise of the Modern Pan-African Movement o AFRCNA 1011 o HIST 1720 West Africa in the Era of the Slave Trade o HIST 1721 History of Southern Africa o AFRCNA 1715 o HIST 1796 History of Africa since 1800 o AFRCNA 1656 o Asia o HIST 0400 Colonial East Asia o HIST 0401 Modern East Asia o HIST 0402 HISTORY OF EAST ASIA o HIST 0475 RELIGION & CULTURE IN EAST ASIA o RELGST 0525 o HIST 0487 WW II in Asia o HIST 0755 Religion in Asia o RELGST 0505 o HIST 1418 Forms of Japanese Theater o HIST 1420 ANCIENT CHINA o HIST 1421 Medieval China o HIST 1422 LATE IMPERIAL CHINA o HIST 1423 MODERN CHINA o HIST 1431 HISTORY OF JAPAN TO 1868 o HIST 1432 World of Japan o HA&A 1655 o JPNSE 1070 o HIST 1433 MODERN JAPAN o HIST 1437 THE WORLD OF THE SWORD: EXPLORING THE SAMU o HIST 1447 ECONOMIC HISTORY OF JAPAN o HIST 1460 HISTORY OF JAPANESE WOMEN o HIST 1470 Eurasian Currents o HIST 1475 EAST ASIAN BUDDHISM o REL 2400 o RELGST 1550 o HIST 1476 CHINESE RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS

4 o RELGST 1560 o HIST 1477 JAPANESE RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS o REL 2420 o RELGST 1570 o HIST 1478 CONFUCIANISM: BASIC TEXTS o CHIN 1562 o RELGST 1562 o HIST 1479 LAW AND LITERATURE IN CHINA o CHIN 1072 o HIST 1480 CHINESE THOUGHT o HIST 1481 UHC Chinese Thought o HIST 1482 Japanese Culture o ANTH 1783 o HIST 1485 History of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism o HIST 1740 Chan/Zen Buddhism o RELGST 1552 o HIST 1741 Popular Religion in Changing Japan o RELGST 1572 o HIST 1757 Religion in India I o REL 2365 o RELGST 1500 o HIST 1758 Religion in India 2 o RELGST 1510 o Europe o HIST 0089 Magic, Medicine and Science o HPS 0515 o HIST 0100 Western Civilization I o HIST 0101 Western Civilization II o HIST 0123 UHC Western Civilization I o HIST 0124 UHC Western Civilization II o HIST 0125 RELIGIONS OF THE WEST o RELGST 0105 o HIST 0126 The French Revolution o SOC 0386 o HIST 0187 WW II in Europe o HIST 0190 The Dictators o HIST 0200 East European Civilization o HIST 0220 Modern Poland o HIST 0300 Russia to 1860 o HIST 0301 Russia to 1917 o HIST 0302 Soviet Russia o HIST 1014 COMPARATIVE WITCH HUNTS o HIST 1015 UHC-COMPARATIVE WITCH HUNTS o HIST 1016 THE IRISH IN AMERICA o HIST 1017 GLOBALIZATION AND HISTORY

5 o HIST 1021 Anglo-Dutch Achievement o HIST 1022 Women in Modern Europe o HIST 1040 World War I in Comparative Perspective o HIST 1043 REVOLUTIONARY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS o SOC 1362 o HIST 1044 TWO CNTURIES DEMOCRATIZATION o PS 1378 o SOC 1325 o HIST 1045 Socialism-v-Capitalism o ECON 1050 o HIST 1046 NATIONALISM o PS 1504 o HIST 1048 Mass Violence in the 20 th Century o HIST 1050 Intellectuals and Politics in 20 th -century Europe o HIST 1060 THE GLOBAL HISTORY OF PIRACY o HIST 1065 COMPARATIVE MILITARY SYSTEMS o HIST 1084 FOOD AND CULTURE o HIST 1086 Nuclear Age Nuclear War o HIST 1090 HISTORY MEDICINE & HEALTH CARE o HIST 1102 Idea of Europe o HIST 1108 COMPARATIVE EUROPEAN HISTORY o HIST 1109 FRANCE, SPAIN & ITALY IN 20THC o HIST 1110 MEDIEVAL HISTORY 1 o RELGST 1320 o HIST 1111 MEDIEVAL HISTORY 2 o RELGST 1330 o HIST 1115 THE WEST AND THE WORLD o HIST 1116 INTRO TO THE RENAISSANCE o M&RST 1002 o RELGST 1360 o HIST 1117 RENASNC AND REFORMTN EUROPE o HIST 1120 BRITISH ISLES o HIST 1121 TUDOR ENGLAND o HIST 1122 STUART ENGLAND o HIST 1123 MODERN BRITAIN o HIST 1124 Ireland o HIST 1125 Scotland o HIST 1127 Modern Britain o HIST 1128 MODERN FRANCE o HIST 1129 Modern France o HIST 1131 MODERN GERMANY o HIST 1133 IS FASCISM BACK o PS 1379 o HIST 1135 Berlin: Window to German History o HIST 1144 The Portuguese Empire and Early Modern Globalization o HIST 1145 Intellectual Foundations of Capitalism

6 o ECON 1030 o HIST 1146 Welfare State in Comparative History o PS 1373 o HIST 1147 History of Political Thought 1 o HIST 1148 History of Political Thought 2 o HIST 1149 History of Political Thought 3 o HIST 1150 UHC English Republicanism o HIST 1152 MODERN EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 1 o HPS 1528 o HIST 1153 MODERN EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 2 o HPS 1530 o GER 1409 o HIST 1154 EUROPEAN FAMILIES o HIST 1156 British Labor 1 o HIST 1157 UHC GEOGRAPHY AND EMPIRE: ISLANDS AND NATIO o HIST 1158 British Imperialism o HIST 1159 GREAT SOUTH SEA: BRITAIN AND THE PACIFIC o HIST 1160 History of European Integration o HIST 1165 UHC IMMIGRATION AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF Europe o HIST 1169 APPROACHES TO ANTISEMITISM o JS 1650 o RELGST 1650 o SOC 1321 o HIST 1175 Xenophobia in Modern Europe o PS 1348 o HIST 1180 Britain in the age of the Industrial Revolution o HIST th Century Britain o HIST 1182 Romantic Movements in 19 th Century Europe o HIST 1184 ASTROLOGY AND WITCHCRAFT o HPS 1502 o RELGST 1366 o HIST 1190 MEDIEVAL GOVERNMENT & SOCIETY o HIST 1191 ENGLISH ORIGINS OF AMERCN LAW o HIST 1197 Black Death: Plague and History o HIST 1240 Political East Europe o PS 1346 o HIST 1250 Independent Study : Czech Republic and Poland o HIST 1270 MODERN EASTERN EUROPEAN JEWRY o JS 1232 o RELGST 1232 o HIST 1300 Special Topics Russia o HIST 1313 The Russian Revolution o HIST 1315 Stalin o HIST 1325 UHC Russia and the West

7 o HIST 1344 RUSSIAN REVOLUTION MOVEMENTS o HIST 1366 Soviet Cities o HIST 1377 SOVIET JEWRY o JS 1258 o RELGST 1258 o HIST 1378 Russian Jewry o JS 1257 o RELGST 1257 o HIST 1380 Art and Society in 19 th Century Russia o HIST 1390 Stalin and Western Historians o HIST 1470 Eurasian Currents o HIST 1716 Indian Ocean World History o HIST 1753 Ottoman Empire o HIST 1769 History of the Holocaust o JS 1252 o RELGST 1252 o HIST 1781 Roman History o CLASS 1220 o HIST 1783 Greek History o CLASS 1210 HIST 1790 Mediterranean World o Latin America o HIST 0500 Colonial Latin America o HIST 0501 Modern Latin America o HIST 0502 Afro-Latin America o HIST 0521 Caribbean History o AFRCNA 0385 o HIST 1522 Brazil o ANTH 1729 o HIST 1525 MEXICO, AZTECS TO THE PRESENT o HIST 1526 CUBA, COLUMBUS TO CASTRO o HIST 1545 RISE FALL NATNL CPTLSM LAT AM o HIST 1560 WOMEN IN LATIN AMER HISTORY o HIST 1585 US-LATIN AMERICAN RELATIONS o HIST 1586 LATIN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS o Middle East o HIST 0751 Ancient Worlds o HIST 0756 Intro to Islamic Civilization o HIST 0788 Women and Men in Ancient Mediterranean o HIST 1753 Ottoman Empire o HIST 1759 Jews in Islamic World o JS 1640 o RELGST 1640

8 o HIST 1761 Contemporary Islam o HIST 1762 Religion and Politics of the Middle East o RELGST 1440 o PS 1376 o HIST 1763 Politics of the Contemporary Middle East o JS 1383 o PS 1383 o HIST 1764 Israel State and Society, o JS 1266 o RELGST 1266 o HIST 1765 Israel in the Biblical Age o JS 1100 o RELGST 1100 o HIST 1766 Modern Israel o JS 1256 o RELGST 1256 HIST 1790 Mediterranean World o Global/Comparative o HIST 0050 SOCIAL CHANGE o SOC 0351 o HIST 0125 RELIGIONS OF THE WEST o HIST 0190 UHC THE DICTATORS o HIST 0475 RELIGION & CULTUR IN EAST ASIA o RELGST 0525 o HIST 0500 COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA o HIST 0602 RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD o RELGST 0602 o HIST 0700 WORLD HISTORY o HIST 0751 ANCIENT WORLDS o HIST 0755 RELIGION IN ASIA o RELGST 0505 o HIST 1014 COMPARATIVE WITCH HUNTS o HIST 1015 UHC-COMPARATIVE WITCH HUNTS o HIST 1017 GLOBALIZATION AND HISTORY o HIST 1019 Cities in Historical Perspective o HIST 1043 REVOLUTIONARY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS o SOC 1362 o HIST 1044 TWO CNTURIES DEMOCRATIZATION o PS 1378 o SOC 1325 o HIST 1051 Catholicism in the New World o REL 2160 o RELGST 1372 o HIST 1060 THE GLOBAL HISTORY OF PIRACY

9 o HIST 1065 Comparative Military Systems o HIST 1070 The Rise of the Modern Pan-African Movement o AFRCNA 1011 o HIST 1076 Comparative Slavery o HIST 1083 History of Sports o HIST 1089 Knowledge and Power o HIST 1090 HISTORY MEDICINE & HEALTH CAR o SOC 1488 o HIST 1109 FRANCE, SPAIN & ITALY IN 20THC o HIST 1115 THE WEST AND THE WORLD o HIST THE PORTUGUESE EMPIRE AND EARLY MODERN GLOBALIZATION o HIST 1152 MODERN EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 1 o HPS 1528 o HIST 1153 MODERN EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 2 o HPS 1530 o GER 1409 o HIST 1159 GREAT SOUTH SEA: BRITAIN AND THE PACIFIC o HIST 1165 UHC IMMIGRATION AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF Europe o HIST 1270 MODERN EASTERN EUROPEAN JEWRY o JS 1232 o RELGST 1232 o HIST 1437 THE WORLD OF THE SWORD: EXPLORING THE SAMU o HIST 1470 EURASIAN CURRENTS o HIST 1475 EAST ASIAN BUDDHISM o RELGST 1550 o HIST 1545 RISE FALL NATNL CPTLSM LAT AM o HIST 1550 THE TROPICS IN MODERN HISTORY o HIST 1705 MAJOR WORKS IN WORLD HISTORY o HIST 1715 EMPIRES IN THE MODERN WORLD o HIST 1716 INDIAN OCEAN WORLD HISTORY o HIST 1773 SLAVERY/ANTI-SLAVRY GLBL PERS o HIST 1790 Mediterranean World o Skills o HIST 1000 o HIST 1001

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