Spring 2016 Course Descriptions

HIST/LAS 500A: Chilean History

Professor Jadwiga Pieper

 

HIST/CLAS 504B: Roman Empire

Professor Alison Futrell

 

HIST 525:  Russia: 1917 - Putin

Professor Doug Weiner

 

HIST/AFAS 536: The Civil War and Reconstruction

Professor Katie Hemphill

 

HIST 556A: Paradise Lost: History of Anarchism in Europe

Professor David Ortiz

 

HIST 571: History of Modern Migrations

Professor Julia Clancy-Smith

 

HIST/MENA 579: Ottoman Empire to 1800

Professor Linda Darling

 

HIST 583: Mapping the Past: The History of Cartography

Professor Katherine Morrissey

 

HIST 595C: Healing the Sick: Medicine and Society in Early Modern Europe

Professor Ute Lotz-Heumann

 

HIST 595F: Readings and Debates on Women of Color in the U. S.

Professor Erika Perez

 

HIST/LAS 695B: Advanced Studies in Latin American History

Professor Bill Beezley

 

HIST 695C: Advanced Studies in European History

Professor Ute Lotz-Heumann

 

HIST 695H: Comparative History

Professor Doug Weiner

 

HIST 696C: U. S. History Research Seminar

Professor Juan Garcia

 

HIST 696G: Modern Europe Seminar

Professor David Ortiz

 

HIST/LAS 696J: Colonial and Modern Latin America and the US-Mexico Borderlands

Professor Martha Few, Department of History, Spring 2016

In this research seminar, MA and PhD students will conduct research and write a paper on a topic related to modern or colonial Latin America or the US-Mexico borderlands on a topic of their choosing.  We'll do some shared readings on new research in the  field during the first month or so of the course, and participate in hands on workshops designed for advanced researchers working on Latin America.  Then we'll do all the stops needed to write a research paper: a proposal and revised proposal, a first draft and final draft.  Along the way, we'll do peer review (read and  comment on each others written work) and gain experience presenting work to others in a conference like format.  Questions?  Email Professor Few off list at mfew@email.arizona.edu or drop by office hours, Tues. 9:45 - 10:45am, Wed. 2:30 - 3:30pm, and by appointment.

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