Distribution Requirements

History

The courses listed below count towards these distribution requirements for the major: 

  • At least one course in four of the following five regions: Africa; Asia; Europe; Latin America; United States. (Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, United States) 
  • At least one course that focuses primarily on the period before 1800. (pre-1800)
  • At least one course that focuses primarily on race, class, gender, or other ways in which social experiences are constructed. (social) 
  • At least one course that focuses primarily on global connections or connections between world regions. (global) 

Africa:

HIS-150: Modern Africa, HIS-251: Africa Since 1945
HIS-350: South Africa and Apartheid

Asia:

HIS-170: Modern East Asia, HIS-175: Pre-Modern East Asia, HIS-274: Modern China, HIS-278: Modern Japan, HIS-344: War and Revolution in Southeast Asia

Europe:

HIS-110: Making of Europe, HIS-120: Modern Europe, , HIS-211: Imperial Russia, HIS-212: Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, HIS-218: Scandinavia to 1800, HIS-219: Scandinavia since 1800, HIS-220: Western Christianity Middle Ages, HIS-221: Reformation, HIS-226: European Women, HIS-308: Europe’s Jews, 1000-1955, HIS-312: France under Nazi Occupation, HIS-323: European Minorities, HIS 344: Scientific Revolution, CLA-201: Ancient Greek History and Culture, CLA-202: Ancient Roman History and Culture, CUR-100: Historical Perspectives I, 

Latin America:

HIS-160: Intro to Latin American History, HIS-261: Colonial Latin America

United States:

HIS-130: US to the Civil War, HIS-140: US Since the Civil War, HIS-141: Women in the US, HIS-230: American Lives, HIS-232: Black History Matters, HIS-238: Gender and Sexuality in the US, HIS-241: Recent US,HIS-242: Hollywood, USA, HIS-243: History of the Present, HIS-332: Civil War, HIS-334: Civil Rights

Pre-1800:

HIS 103—World History to 1500, HIS-110: Making of Europe, HIS-175: Pre-Modern East Asia, HIS-211: Imperial Russia, HIS-218: Scandinavia to 1800,HIS-220: Western Christianity Middle Ages, HIS-221: Reformation, HIS-261: Colonial Latin America, HIS 344 Scientific Revolution, CLA-201: Ancient Greek History and Culture, CLA-202: Ancient Roman History and Culture, CUR-100: Historical Perspectives I

Social:

HIS-104: Environmental History, HIS-141: Women in the US, HIS-160: Intro to Latin American History, HIS-201: Empire and Culture, HIS-202: Atlantic Slavery and Freedom, HIS-226: European Women, HIS-230: American Lives, HIS-232: Black History Matters, HIS-238: Gender and Sexuality in the US, HIS-240: US and World War II, HIS-241: Recent US, HIS-242: Hollywood, USA, HIS-243: History of the Present, HIS-308: Europe’s Jews, 1000-1955, HIS-330: Immigration in US History, HIS-323: European Minorities, HIS-332: Civil War, HIS-334: Civil Rights, HIS-344: Modern France, HIS-350: South Africa and Apartheid, HIS-370: East Asia-US Interactions

Global:

HIS 103—World History to 1500; HIS-104: Environmental History, HIS-105: World History since 1500, HIS-201: Empire and Culture, HIS-202: Atlantic Slavery and Freedom, HIS-240: US and World War II, HIS-303: Propaganda in the Modern World, HIS-330: Immigration in US History, HIS-361: Latin American and the US, HIS-370: East Asia-US Interactions, CUR-110: Historical Perspectives II