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Course Number & Title


2B The World Since 1500 O'Malley/Matera
9 Introduction to Native American Studies Lonetree
10A United States History to 1877  Jones/Westerkamp
10B United States History, 1877 to 1977  Lasar
11A Latin America: Colonial Period Diaz
11B Latin America: National Period  O'Hara
12 Introduction to Latino American History Delgado
13 Introduction to American Religious Culture  Westerkamp
20 U.S. Popular Music Movements Porter
30 The Making of Modern Africa Anthony
74 Introduction to Jewish History and Cultures Thompson
74B Introduction to Middle Eastern and North African Jewish History: Early Modern to the Present Heckman
80N Gender, Labor, and Feminist Productions  Haas
80X Civil Rights Movement: Grassroots Change and American Society  Brundage
80Y World War II Memories in the U.S. and Japan Christy/Yang
100 Historical Skills and Methods  STAFF
101C Oceans in World History  Matera
104C Celluloid Natives: American Indian History on Film Lonetree
104D Museums and the Representation of Native American History, Memory, and Culture  Lonetree
106A Vietnam War Memories Yang
106B Asian and Asian American History, 1941-Present  Yang
107 Religion and Modernity  Deutsch
109A Race, Gender, and Power in the Antebellum South Jones
110A Colonial America, 1500-1750  Westerkamp
110B Revolutionary America, 1740-1815  O'Malley
110D The Civil War Era Jones
110E What Is a Nation? The U.S. from 1877 to 1914  Lasar
110F World War USA: The United States from 1914 through 1945 Lasar
110G The U.S. After the Second World War  Lasar
110H Reconstructions: Race, Empire, and Nation in Post-Civil War U.S.  Jones
111 Popular Conceptions of Race in U.S. History, 1600-Present  O'Malley
112 American Feminist Thought, 1750-1950  Westerkamp
113C Women and American Religious Culture Westerkamp
114 Market Revolution in Antebellum U.S.  Jones
115A U.S. Labor History to 1919 Frank
115B U.S. Labor History, 1919 to the Present  Frank
115C Learning from the U.S. Great Depression  Frank
116 Slavery Across the Americas  O'Malley
117 Wired Nation: Broadcasting & Telecommunications in the US from the Telegraph to the Internet  Lasar
117A From the Player Piano to Pandora Lasar
118 The Global Cold War, 1945-1991  Lasar
119 History of Marriage Jones
120 W.E.B. DuBois Porter
121A African American History to 1877  Anthony
121B African American History: 1877 to the Present Anthony
122A Jazz and United States Cultural History, 1900-1945  Porter
122B Jazz and US Cultural History, 1945 to the Present  Porter
123 Immigrants and Immigration in U.S. History  Brundage
125 California History Haas
126 From Indigenous Colonial Borderlands to the U.S.-Mexico Border  Haas
128 Chicana/Chicano History  Delgado
130 History of Modern Cuba Diaz
131 Women in Colonial Latin America Diaz
134A Colonial Mexico  O'Hara
134B History of Mexico, 1850 to Present  O'Hara
137A Africa to 1800 Anthony
137C African Cinema Anthony
158C Slavery in the Atlantic World: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives O'Malley
167A The First World War  Thompson
174 Spies: History and Culture of Espionage Thompson
177 Smoke, Smallpox, and the Sublime: Thinking about the Environment in the 19th Century  Peterson
178E Modern Jewish Intellectual History Deutsch
181 Modern Britain and the British Empire  Matera
185H Women, Gender, and Jewish Modernity, 1800-Present Deutsch
190A Slavery and Race in Latin America Diaz
190B Race and the Nation in Latin America Diaz
190C 9/11 in Historical Perspective Porter
190D Asian and Latino Immigration Since 1875  Delgado
190F Research Seminar in the Americas Haas/Lonetree
190I California and the Borderlands  Haas
190K Wired Planet: Readings on the Global History of Broadcasting and Telecommunications Lasar
190L Personal Politics in the New South  Jones
190M History of Children and Culture of Childhood in the 19th Century  Jones
190O African American Historiography Anthony
190P Early American Society and Culture  Westerkamp
190Q The Novel and History Westerkamp
190R Research in the History of American Religions  Westerkamp
190S Women and Social Movements in the U.S  Frank
190T Latin America in the Cold War  O'Hara
190U Power, Culture, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation  Lasar
190W Topics in U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction  Jones
190X History of the Atlantic World, 1492-1824 O'Malley
190Y The Atlantic Slave Trade O'Malley
190Z The Long Civil Rights Movement Brundage
194B Okinawan History  Christy
194K Jewish Radical Movements Heckman
194U The Cold War and East Asia Aso
194Y Memories of WWII in the U.S. and Japan Christy/Yang
196A The Global 1930s  Matera
196E Modern Irish History Thompson
196F European Environmental History Thompson
196H Sex and the City--The History of Sexuality in Urban Areas Around the Globe Matera
196Q Europe and the World During the Cold War Lasar
196Z Europe From the Margins: Outside Influences on Modern European Thought and Culture Matera