Looking for an exciting course this coming spring? Check out a few of our upcoming history courses.
Highlighted Spring 2024 Courses
HIST 187: Murder Most Foul: US History through 'Flashpoint' Murder Cases
Instructor: Prof. Katie Hemphill
Fully online, full semester
!!MORE SEATS OPENING SOON!!
Exploring Perspectives (Humanist)
HIST 375A: History of Memories in the 19th Century
Instructor: Prof. Susan Crane
This new course examines histories of memories through institutions and technologies that facilitate recall: museums, photography and cinema, print media and visual culture, as well as academic disciplines which emerged in the 19th century to study memory phenomena. Topics include: histories of history, psychology, archaeology and paleontology; the human body as a site of memory (tattoos, funerary practices); Napoleonic and Civil War memorials; theories of extinction; the first public museums; tourism and souvenirs.
HIST 498: Senior Research Capstone
Three options for Spring 2024:
- HIST 498 (Prof. Gregory Cushman) – T/Th 12:30-1:45
- HIST 498 (Prof. Kevin Gosner) - M/W 3-4:15
- HIST 498 (Prof. Paul Milliman) - online