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Generic Course Syllabi

Generic Course Syllabi

A generic syllabus shows the general outline of a course; for the syllabus for specific section of a course, please contact the instructor.

HIS 111 United States History to 1877

HIS 112 United States History from 1877

HIS 113 History of Native Americans

HIS 114 African American History: Beginnings to 1864

HIS 115 African American History: Reconstruction to the Present

HIS 120 US History since 1945

HIS 121 History of the Vietnam War

HIS 131 Western Civilization to 1650

HIS 132 Western Civilization since 1650

HIS 135 History of the Middle Ages

HIS 136 Introduction to Jewish Studies

HIS 139 History of Non-Western Civilization to 1900

HIS 140 History of Contemporary Non-Western Civilizations

HIS 203 History of South Asia I

HIS 204 History of South Asia II

HIS 206 History of the Ancient World: Greece

HIS 207 History of the Ancient World: Rome

HIS 208 History of Ancient Africa

HIS 211 History of Modern Africa

HIS 216 History of Modern China

HIS 221 History of Great Britain and Ireland to 1600

HIS 222 History of Great Britain and Ireland: 1600 to Present

HIS 223 Environmental History of the US

HIS 225 History of the Islamic Middle East from the 7th Century to 1918

HIS 226 History of the Islamic Middle East in Modern Times

HIS 227 History of the Arab-Israeli Conflict

HIS 228 History of the Holocaust

HIS 229 History of Genocide

HIS 233 History of Latin America to 1825

HIS 234 History of Latin America, 1825 to 1945

HIS 235 Women in American History

HIS 236 Women in Western Civilization

HIS 237 Women in Non-Western Civilization

HIS 240 History of Illinois

HIS 241 History of Chicagoland

HIS 260 History of Soviet Russia

HIS 290 Topics in History


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