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GRS HI 859: The United States as a World Power
Meets with CAS PO 578. The course material is organized along a debate format. Although the course is primarily concerned with twentieth-century U.S. foreign policy, attention is also given to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century issues.
GRS HI 863: Topics in American Intellectual History
Introduces graduate students to major methods and themes in the field of U.S. intellectual history. Topic for Spring 2017: Exceptional, National, Transnational: Comparativist Approaches to American History. This seminar examines the challenges posed to nation-centered American historical scholarship by recent transnational methods and interpretations.
GRS HI 870: African Historiography
Examines historical writing about the African continent through key trends in the study of themes and regional historiographies. Also highlights recent works in the field.
GRS HI 880: The History of Food
A comparative perspective on issues of human subsistence through time. Changing patterns of nutrition and health, agricultural production, methods of coping with famine and organizing feasts, origins and impact of culinary and dietary innovations.
GRS HI 900: Dissertation Writing
Graduate Prerequisites: dissertation level in History.
A workshop designed for students writing a dissertation that provides them with critical responses to their work and addresses important issues associated with becoming a professional historian.
GRS HI 901: Directed Study: American History
Directed Study on a topic in American History.
GRS HI 902: Directed Study: European History
Directed study on a topic in European History
GRS HI 903: Directed Study: African History
Directed study on a topic in African history.
GRS HI 906: Directed Study: East Asian History
Directed study on a topic in East Asian history.
GRS HI 909: Directed Study in Armenian History
Graduate-level directed study in a topic in Armenian history.
GRS HI 957: Directed Study: American Economic History
Directed study on a topic in American economic history.
GRS HI 959: Directed Research: American History
Directed research on a topic in American history.
GRS HI 967: Directed Research: European History
Directed research on a topic in European history.
GRS HI 978: Directed Study: South Asian History
Directed study on a topic in South Asian history.