2017-2018 University Catalogue 
  
    Jun 23, 2018  
2017-2018 University Catalogue

Course Descriptions


 

German

   •  GERM 479 - 20th-Century Literature
   •  GERM 481 - Lyric Poetry
   •  GERM 482 - The Novelle
   •  GERM 485 - Drama
   •  GERM 485L - Required Film Screening
   •  GERM 486 - What is German World Literature?
   •  GERM 490 - Honors or High Honors
   •  GERM 491 - Independent Study

Greek

   •  GREK 121 - Elementary Classical Greek I
   •  GREK 122 - Elementary Classical Greek II
   •  GREK 201 - Intermediate Greek: Prose
   •  GREK 202 - Intermediate Greek: Poetry
   •  GREK 291 - Independent Study
   •  GREK 301 - Greek Tragedy
   •  GREK 302 - Aristophanes
   •  GREK 310 - Homer
   •  GREK 320 - Herodotus
   •  GREK 321 - Thucydides
   •  GREK 350 - Plato
   •  GREK 391 - Independent Study
   •  GREK 490 - Honors
   •  GREK 491 - Independent Study

Hebrew

   •  HEBR 121 - Elementary Hebrew I
   •  HEBR 122 - Elementary Hebrew II
   •  HEBR 201 - Intermediate Hebrew I
   •  HEBR 202 - Intermediate Hebrew II
   •  HEBR 291 - Independent Study
   •  HEBR 391 - Independent Study
   •  HEBR 491 - Independent Study

History

Course classifications:

United States (US)
Global (GL) — Africa, Asia, Latin America, Atlantic World, the Middle East, the Caribbean, or Comparative
Europe (EU), including areas of the former Soviet Union

   •  HIST 101 - The Growth of National States in Europe (EU)
   •  HIST 102 - Europe in Crisis Since 1815 (EU)
   •  HIST 103 - American History to 1877 (US)
   •  HIST 104 - The United States since 1877 (US)
   •  HIST 105 - Introduction to the Modern Middle East (GL)
   •  HIST 110 - Introduction to Cultural History
   •  HIST 114 - History of Colgate (US)
   •  HIST 199 - History Workshop
   •  HIST 202 - Europe in the Middle Ages, c. 300 - 1500 (EU)
   •  HIST 203 - Age of the American Revolution (US)
   •  HIST 209 - The Atlantic World, 1492 - 1800 (GL)
   •  HIST 210 - The History of Health, Disease and Empire
   •  HIST 211 - Women's Rights in US History
   •  HIST 212 - The Emergence of the Modern Woman (GL)
   •  HIST 213 - Women in the City (US)
   •  HIST 214 - American Cultural and Intellectual History (US)
   •  HIST 215 - American Foreign Relations, 1776 - 1917 (US)
   •  HIST 216 - U.S. Foreign Policy, 1917 - Present (US)
   •  HIST 218 - The African American Struggle for Freedom and Democracy (US)
   •  HIST 219 - Oceanic Histories (GL)
   •  HIST 220 - The History of Nature and Capitol in the United States (US)
   •  HIST 225 - Jamaica: From Colony to Independence (Study Group) (GL)
   •  HIST 228 - The Caribbean: Conquest, Colonization, and Self-Determination (GL)
   •  HIST 230 - The Making of Latin America (GL)
   •  HIST 231 - Resistance and Revolt in Latin America (GL)
   •  HIST 232 - The Crusades (EU)
   •  HIST 233 - The French Revolution: Old Regime, Revolution, and Napleonic Empire, 1770-1815 (EU)
   •  HIST 238 - Europe in the Age of the Renaissance and Reformation (EU)
   •  HIST 241 - Tudor - Stuart Britain (EU)
   •  HIST 249 - History of the City of London (London Study Group)
   •  HIST 251 - The Politics of History (GL)
   •  HIST 254 - History of Coffee and Cigarettes (GL)
   •  HIST 255 - The Ottoman Empire, 1300 - 1924 (GL)
   •  HIST 261 - Modern Irish History (EU)
   •  HIST 263 - The Silk Road (GL)
   •  HIST 264 - Modern East Asia (GL)
   •  HIST 265 - War and Violence in East Asia (GL)
   •  HIST 266 - Foreign Relations in East Asian History (GL)
   •  HIST 268 - History of Ancient and Medieval India (GL)
   •  HIST 269 - History of Modern India (GL)
   •  HIST 271 - The First World War (EU)
   •  HIST 272 - War and Holocaust in Europe (EU)
   •  HIST 273 - The Century of Camps
   •  HIST 281 - Slavery and the Slave Trade in Africa (GL)
   •  HIST 282 - The Making of Modern Africa (GL)
   •  HIST 284 - Decolonization in Africa (GL)
   •  HIST 291 - Independent Study
   •  HIST 300 - The London Colloquium
   •  HIST 303 - The Nation on Trial, 1787 - 1861 (US)
   •  HIST 304 - Sex and Sexualities in U.S. History (US)
   •  HIST 305 - Asian American History (US)
   •  HIST 306 - History of Numbers in America (US)
   •  HIST 309 - Culture and Society in Cold War America (US)
   •  HIST 313 - Upstate History (US)
   •  HIST 316 - The United States in Vietnam, 1945 - 1975 (US)
   •  HIST 318 - African American History: African Background to Emancipation (US)
   •  HIST 319 - African American Leadership and Social Movements (US)
   •  HIST 320 - New York City History (US)
   •  HIST 322 - Race and Ethnicity in Latin America (GL)
   •  HIST 326 - Jamaican Culture (Study Group)
   •  HIST 327 - Authoritarianism, Dictatorship, and Democracy in the Caribbean (GL)
   •  HIST 331 - Medieval Italy, c. 1000 - 1500 (EU)
   •  HIST 332 - Medieval England (EU)
   •  HIST 333 - The Medieval Church (EU)
   •  HIST 334 - France in Modern Times
   •  HIST 335 - Ships, Knowledge, and Colonies in the Making of Iberian Europe (EU)
   •  HIST 336 - The History of Bodies, Planets, and Plants in the Early Modern Period (EU)
   •  HIST 337 - Pirates in the Atlantic World, 1500s - 1730 (GL)
   •  HIST 338 - The Age of Absolutism in Europe (EU)
   •  HIST 339 - Traditions of European Intellectual History (EU)
   •  HIST 340 - 20th-Century European Intellectual History (EU)
 

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