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New Courses in History for the Semester System

Organized by Area of Concentration

Migration and Globalization

  1. HIST 322 Warfare, Genocide, Terrorism (3)
  2. HIST 327 Love, Sex, Family: Globalization and Private Life Since 1914 (3)
  3. HIST 328 The 20th Century World (3)
  4. HIST 331 The Barbarians (3)
  5. HIST 336 Ancient Greece (3)
  6. HIST 338 The Roman Empire (3)
  7. HIST 344 Revival and Reform in Early Modern Europe (3)
  8. HIST 352 Modern Europe: French Revolution to Present (3)
  9. HIST 361 Traditional India (3)
  10. HIST 362 Modern South Asia (3)
  11. HIST 363 The Middle East and the Rise of Islamic Societies (3)
  12. HIST 364 The Modern Middle East (3)
  13. HIST 380 The American West (3)
  14. HIST 383 Mexican Americans in the West (3)
  15. HIST 387 Immigration and the Contested American Identity (3)aa
  16. HIST 391 Latin America: Conquest to Revolution (3)
  17. HIST 394 US-Mexico Relations Since 1810 (3)
  18. HIST 475 The Pacific World (3)
  19. HIST 478 Borderlands in North America (3)

Sustainability and Modernization

  1. HIST 323 Global Environmental History (3)
  2. HIST 333 Sustainability in the Ancient World (3)
  3. HIST 334 Ancient Egyptian Civilization (3)
  4. HIST 337 The Roman Republic (3)
  5. HIST 341 The Birth of Europe (3)
  6. HIST 345 Conflict and Expansion in Early Modern Europe (3)
  7. HIST 351 Russia: Peter to Present (3)
  8. HIST 365 China: Origins ot Mongol Conquest (3)
  9. HIST 366 China: Ming to Mao (3)
  10. HIST 367 Japan: Origins to Tokugawa (3)
  11. HIST 368 Japan: Tokugawa to Today (3)
  12. HIST 369 Korea (3)
  13. HIST 371 North America: 1492-1850(3)
  14. HIST 377 The Birth of American Popular Cultures (3)
  15. HIST 382 California and the World (3)
  16. HIST 386 Food and Justice in US History (3)
  17. HIST 388 US&California Environmental History (3)
  18. HIST 392 Migration and Modernization in 20th C. Mexico (3)

Social Justice and Citizenship

  1. HIST 320 Transnational Revolution since 1789 (3)
  2. HIST 321 Communism as Civilization (3)
  3. HIST 326 Global Feminisms: A History (3)
  4. HIST 332 Tolerance and Intolerance in Late Antiquity (3)
  5. HIST 335 Christianity in the Roman Empire (3)
  6. HIST 342 Unity and Diversity in the Middle Ages (3)
  7. HIST 343 Society and Culture in the High Middle Ages (3)
  8. HIST 372 Slavery and Freedom in the Atlantic World (3)
  9. HIST 373 The American Revolution (3)
  10. HIST 374 The Constitution in its Time (3)
  11. HIST 375 Religion and Diversity in America (3)
  12. HIST 376 Destroying Slavery in the US Civil War (3)
  13. HIST 378 19th Century America (3)
  14. HIST 379 Native North America (3)
  15. HIST 381 Political History in the US (3)
  16. HIST 384 Modern American Thought (3)
  17. HIST 385 Race and the Modern American Nation (3)
  18. HIST 389 Social Justice and Reform in US History (3)
  19. HIST 393 Revolutionary Thought in Latin America (3)
  20. HIST 461 India Through Film (3)
  21. HIST 471 The Bay Area: Research and Community Engagement (3)
  22. HIST 472 War and Peace in US History (3)
  23. HIST 473 Sexuality and Identity in US History (3)
  24. HIST 474 Women, Gender and Rights in US History (3)
  25. HIST 479 World War II: Global Warfront, Local Homefront (3)
  26. HIST 488 Education and American Democracy (3)
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