Courses and Syllabi

Graduate Classes
Spring 2017
HIST 5102 “Historical Research and Writing”, Nancy Shoemaker, Mon, 1:00PM – 4:00PM
HIST 5103 “Teaching History”, Janet Watson, Mon, 1:00PM – 4:00PM
HIST 5195 “New Approaches to European History Since 1945”, Charles Lansing, Tues, 1:00PM – 4:00PM (Section 001)
HIST 5195 “Keywords in Twentieth-Century U.S. History”, Micki McElya, Wed, 2:30PM – 5:30PM (Section 002)
HIST 5195 “Global and International History”, Bradley Simpson, Mon, 4:30PM – 7:30PM (Section 003)
HIST 5316, “Topics in Medieval History”, Sherri Olson, Thurs, 1:00PM – 4:00PM
HIST 5543, “Social Change in 19th Century America”, Christopher Clark, Thurs, 1:00PM – 4:00PM
Fall 2016 Graduate Classes
HIST 5101, “Introduction to Historical Research”, Costigliola
HIST 5195, “Special Topics in History: Theories of Nationalism”, Tran
HIST 5373, “Europe in the Seventeenth Century”, Kane
HIST 5510, “Topics in Colonial American History: New Directions”, Shoemaker
HIST 5622, “The Historical Literature of Latin America”, Healey

Previous Semesters
Spring 2016
HIST 5102, “Historical Research and Writing”, Dayton
HIST 5103, “Teaching History”, Watson
HIST 5195, “State and Society in Modern Europe”, Davis
HIST 5235, “The Making of the African Diaspora”, Melina Pappademos
HIST 5316, “The Medieval Monastery in its Neighborhood”, Olson
HIST 5555, “Topics in the History of American Women”, McElya
HIST 5560, “From Colony to Global Empire”, Frank Costigliola
Fall 2015
HIST 5101,”Introduction to Historical Research”,Costigliola
HIST 5195, “US Extraterritorial History to 1860”, Shoemaker
HIST 5316, “Topics in Medieval History”, Olson
HIST 5530, “United States in the Age of Reform, 1877-1924”, Baldwin
HIST 5610,  “Comparative Transnational Latin(o) American History”, Overmyer-Velazquez (cross-listed as LLAS 5610)
HIST 5622, “Human Rights, Workers’ Rights and the Rights of Participation in Latin America, 1960-2000”, Silvestrini
Spring 2015
HIST 5102, “Historical Research and Writing”, Shoemaker
HIST 5103, “Teaching History”, Dayton
HIST 5195, “Special Topics in History: Neoliberalism”, Canedo
HIST 5423, “State and Society in Europe since 1800”, Davis
HIST 5475, “History of the Body, European Perspective since 1500”, Schafer
Fall 2014
HIST 5101, “Introduction to Historical Research”, Costigliola
HIST 5195, “First British Empire”, Kane, Gross (Section 001)
HIST 5195, “Revolutionary America 1760-1840”, Dayton (Section 002)
HIST 5195, “Global and International History”, Simpson (Section 003)
HIST 5621, “Topics in Latin American History”, Healey
HIST 5630, “The Historical Development of the Caribbean”, Pappademos