- HIST 358
Students work with instructor and community collaborators to host a “History Harvest,” an event during which community members share personal stories about and artifacts related to a particular event, historical development, and/or place.
- HIST 141This course explores the major processes, ideas, and events that formed societies from ancient Mesopotamia to the European colonization of the Americas: over four thousand years of human endeavor.
- HIST 103
This introductory survey in "Big History" explores different scales of time as it places human history in larger geological, ecological, and cosmic contexts.
- HIST 200We just added new sections to this methods course, required of all minors and majors.
- HIST 100Broad introduction to global history, by exploring the global structures and transnational forces that have shaped human history.
- HIST 281
This course offers an interdisciplinary examination of the historical, cultural, and social dimensions of race and ethnicity in the United States.