Autumn 2020: Courses by Days & Times

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Monday

8:30 AM-11:20 AM

HIST 26320 — Latin American Historiography, 19th-21st Century

9:30 AM-12:20 PM

HIST 26614 — Making The Monsoon: The Ancient Indian Ocean
HIST 29681 — History Colloquium: Radical America

12:30 PM-1:20 PM

HIST 24512 — Everyday Maoism: Revolution, Daily Life, And Material Culture In Socialist China (Discussion Sections 1 + 2)

12:30 PM-3:20 PM

HIST 56705 — Colloquium: Modern Korean History I

3:00-5:50 PM

HIST 29800 — BA Thesis Seminar II (Autumn)

Tuesday

9:30 AM-10:50 AM

HIST 16700 — Ancient Mediterranean World I (Lecture)

2:00 PM-4:50 PM

HIST 25021 — The World's Columbian Exposition: Science, Race, Gender, & Music At The 1893 Chicago World Fair (Tut)

3:30 PM-6:20 PM

HIST 25901 — Radical Islamic Pieties: 1200 To 1600
HIST 28000 — United States Latinos: Origins And Histories
HIST 47201 — Colloquium: Us Legal History
HIST 59000 — Colloquium: Persian Historical Texts

Wednesday

8:30 AM-11:20 AM

HIST 46401 — History And Fiction

9:30 AM-12:20 PM

HIST 27006 — Not Just The Facts: Telling About The American South

10:30 AM-1:20 PM

HIST 43802 — Collapse: Reassessing the End of the Soviet Empire

3:30 PM-6:20 PM

HIST 25503 — My Favorite Readings In The History And Philosophy Of Science

Thursday

9:30 AM-10:50 AM

HIST 16700 — Ancient Mediterranean World I (Discussion Section 1)

9:30 AM-12:20 PM

HIST 29801 — BA Thesis Seminar I

3:30 PM-6:20 PM

HIST 29804 — Capstone Seminar (Autumn)
HIST 58601 — Colloquium: Iran And Central Asia I
HIST 59000 — Coll: Persian Historical Texts

Friday

9:30 AM-10:20 AM

HIST 25109 — Introduction To Philosophy Of Science (Discussion Section 1)

9:30 AM-10:50 AM

HIST 16700 — Ancient Mediterranean World I: Greece (Discussion Section 2)

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

HIST 25109 — Introduction To Philosophy Of Science (Discussion Section 2)
HIST 29319 — Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations (Section 1)

11:30 AM-12:20 PM

HIST 29319 — Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations (Section 2)

12:30 PM-1:20 PM

HIST 29319 — Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations (Section 3)
HIST 15603 — Ancient Empires II (Discussion Section 1)

1:30 PM-2:20 PM

HIST 24612 — Chinese Frontier History, Circa 1600-Present (Discussion Section 1)
HIST 29319 — Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations (Section 4)
HIST 15603 — Ancient Empires II (Discussion Section 2)

1:30-4:20 PM

HIST 44001 — Colloquium: Ending Communism

2:30 PM-3:20 PM

HIST 24612 — Chinese Frontier History, Circa 1600-Present (Discussion Section 2)

Monday and Wednesday

12:30 PM-1:20 PM

HIST 15603 — Ancient Empires II (Lecture)

1:30 PM-2:50 PM

HIST 10101 — Introduction To African Civilization I
HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 1)
HIST 13500 — America In World Civilization I (Section 1)
HIST 13802 — The Russian Empire
HIST 13900 — Introduction To Russian Civilization I (Section 1)
HIST 17513 — Science, Culture, And Society In Western Civilization III: History Of Social Science
HIST 18303 — Colonizations III (Section 2)
HIST 22121 — Despair And Consolation: Emotion And Affect In Late-Medieval And Reformation Christianity
HIST 23209 — France And Its Empire, 1830-2020
HIST 24512 — Everyday Maoism: Revolution, Daily Life, And Material Culture In Socialist China (Lecture)
HIST 24513 — Documentary Chinese

3:00 PM-4:20 PM

HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 2)

4:30 PM-5:50 PM

HIST 26615 — Time And Its Discontents: Thinking And Experiencing Time In South Asia Through The Ages

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday

9:30 AM-10:20 AM

HIST 13100 - History Of Western Civilization I

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

HIST 11301 — Global British Empire To 1784: War, Commerce, and Revolution (Lecture + Discussion)
HIST 12001 — Medieval History: Theories & Methods
HIST 12700 — Music In Western Civilization I: To 1750 (Lecture + Discussion)
HIST 15100 — Introduction To The Civilizations Of East Asia I  (Lecture + Discussion)

11:30 AM-11:20 AM

HIST 25610 — Islamic Thought And Literature I (Lecture + Discussion)
HIST 29430 — The Planned Economy: A Global History Of Central Planning, From Bismarck To The Green New Deal (Lecture + Discussion)

12:30 PM-1:20 PM

HIST 15611 — Islamicate Civilization I: 600-950

1:30 PM-2:20 PM

HIST 16101 — Introduction To Latin American Civilization I (Lecture + Discussion)

Tuesday and Thursday

9:30 AM-10:50 AM

HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 3)
HIST 13500 — America In World Civilization I (Section 2)
HIST 18806 — Introduction To Black Chicago, 1893-2010
HIST 29000 — Latin American Religions, New And Old

11:00 AM-12:20 PM

HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 4)
HIST 13500 — America In World Civilization I (Section 3)
HIST 18303 — Colonizations III (Section 1)
HIST 24612 — Chinese Frontier History, Circa 1600-Present (Lecture)
HIST 26222 — Modernity And Its Discontents From Dawn To Decline
HIST 26321 — Greater Latin America
HIST 28811 — American Conservatism Since 1945

12:30 PM-1:50 PM

HIST 13500 — America In World Civilization I (Section 4)
HIST 13900 — Introduction To Russian Civilization I (Section 2)
HIST 17310 — Science, Culture, And Society In Western Civilization I: Greek & Roman Science
HIST 18301 — Colonizations I (Section 1)
HIST 25304 — Goethe: Literature, Science, Philosophy
HIST 27102 — Lincoln: Slavery, War & The Constitution
HIST 28004 — The Carceral State In Modern America
HIST 29007 — Capitalism And Revolution In The Atlantic World
HIST 29319 — Human Rights: Philosophical Foundations (Lecture)
HIST 29803 — Historiography
HIST 25109 — Introduction To Philosophy Of Science (Lecture)

2:00 PM—3:20 PM

HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 5)
HIST 13500 — America In World Civilization I (Section 5)
HIST 18301 — Colonizations I (Sections 2 + 3)
HIST 18600 — United States Labor History
HIST 23400 — Sex In Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 26810 — A Global History Of South Asia: Migration In The Age Of Empire
HIST 29522 — Europe's Intellectual Transformations, Renaissance Through Enlightenment

3:30 PM-4:50 PM

HIST 13001 — History Of European Civilization I (Section 6)
HIST 23413 — The Holocaust Object
HIST 24005 — The Burden Of History: The Nation And Its Lost Paradise