The department will offer the following courses this academic year. In addition to the courses listed and cross-listed in the History Department, History students should talk to their advisors about other historically-oriented courses, e.g., courses in art history, comparative literature, or musicology.
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About the Course Listings
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- Current Year Courses for this Department or Program lists only currently-offered classes, and includes scheduling and instructor information.
- The Three-Year Planner for this Department or Program lists all courses (in numerical order) offered during the current year and the last two years. Use it to understand the full course offerings from the department and how frequently courses are offered. This list does not include any scheduling information; instructor information is only historical and is likely to change in future years.
- The Tri-Co Course Search Engine lists the current offerings for all departments and programs at Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges, and includes scheduling and instructor information.
- The HC Academic Catalog Course Search Engine includes faceted searching (by division, domain, department, major, minor, and other fields) for all courses offered in the current year and the last two years. It does not contain scheduling information, but like the Three-Year Planner, can help you discover related interests and understand the typical pattern of offerings from year to year. This tool does not include all Bryn Mawr offerings.
Fall 2019: Haverford
|Registration-ID||Course Name||Instructor||Misc||Days and Times||Location|
|HISTH111A001||Introduction to Western Civilization||Graham,Lisa Jane||Class Nbr: 1557 Lim: 25 ; Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 11:30am-01:00pm
|HISTH114A001||Origins of the Global South||Krippner,James||Class Nbr: 2335 BMC: III; Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH115A001||Postcards from the Atlantic World||Saler,Bethel A.||Class Nbr: 1767 Lim: 25 ; Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH120A001||Confucianizing China: Individual, Society, and the State||Smith,Paul J||Class Nbr: 2322 Hav: SO, B, A||MW 09:00am-10:30am
|HISTH208A001||Colonial Latin America||Krippner,James||Class Nbr: 1935 Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|HISTH226A001||Twentieth Century Europe||Gerstein,Linda||Class Nbr: 2338 Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 11:30am-01:00pm
|HISTH270A001||From Empire to Nation: The Ottoman World Transformed||Kitroeff,Alexander||Class Nbr: 2339 BMC: III; Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 01:00pm-02:30pm
|HISTH286A001||Gender and the Construction of Science in America, 1700-1900||Linker,Jessica C.||Class Nbr: 2880 Lim: 25 ; Hav: SO, B, A||MW 09:00am-10:30am
|HISTH299A001||Historical Methods Lab: Archive Theory and Practice||Friedman,Andrew|
|Class Nbr: 2327 Lim: 25 ; Hav: SO, B, A||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH347A001||Topics in East Asian History: WWII in East Asia ca. 1900-1950||Smith,Paul J||Class Nbr: 2161 Hav: SO, B, A||W 01:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH350A001||Topics in the History of Science: Courtly Science in Premodern Europe||Hayton,Darin||Class Nbr: 2340 Hav: SO, B, A||M 01:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH356A001||Topics in European History: Anna Karenina, Brothers Karamazov, The Quiet Don, Life and Fate||Gerstein,Linda||Class Nbr: 1779 Hav: SO, B, A||W 01:30pm-04:00pm
|HISTH400A001||Senior Thesis Seminar||Friedman,Andrew||Class Nbr: 1948 Hav: SO||T 07:30pm-10:00pm
|HISTH400A002||Senior Thesis Seminar||Kitroeff,Alexander||Class Nbr: 1949 Hav: SO||T 07:30pm-10:00pm
|HISTH400A003||Senior Thesis Seminar||Hayton,Darin||Class Nbr: 1950 Hav: SO||T 07:30pm-10:00pm