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2020 Spring Courses

RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION – 12416 / 12417
HIST 331 – 01 / HIST 554 – -01

6:00 pm – 8:50 pm R
Dr. Susan S. Maneck

A survey of the political, economic, social, scientific, intellectual, and ecclesiastical developments in Europe during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, culminating with the Reformation and counter-Reformation movements of the sixteenth century.

 

HISTORY OF THE SOUTH – 12252 / 12253
HIST 382 – 01 / HIST 530-01

3:00 pm – 5:50 pm W
Dr. Robert E. Luckett

An examination of the social, political, and economic development of the American South from Jamestown to the present with a particular focus on the history of race relations.

 

SEXUALITY IN THE UNITED STATES – 12484 / 12255
HIST 384 – 01 / HIST 524 – 01

6:00 pm – 8:50 pm T
Dr. Mark A. Bernhardt

Students will examine the changes in sexual morals, the regulation of sexual behavior, and the construction of sexual identifies from the colonial period to the present.

 

HISTORY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN / BLACK WOMEN II – 12420 / 12404
HIST 386 – 01 / 520-01

3:00 pm – 5:50 pm M
Dr, Janice A. Brockley

An in depth exploration of the historical experience of African American women from Reconstruction through the present

 

CONTEMPORARY AFRICA  12256 / 12257
HIST 407 – 01 / HIST 502 – 01

6:00 pm – 8:50 pm M
Dr. Kofi R. Barima

A study of the emergence of Africa since 1945 with emphasis on the role of nations of the continent in both regional and world affairs.

 

ONLINE COURSES

INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HISTORICAL STUDIES – 12485
HIST 505 – 100

ONLINE
Dr. Robert E. Luckett

An introduction to selected subjects and skills related to the use of history in the public and private sectors.

 

SEXUALITY IN THE UNITED STATES – 12486
HIST 524 – 100

ONLINE
Dr. Mark A. Bernhardt

Students will examine the changes in sexual morals, the regulation of sexual behavior, and the construction of sexual identifies from the colonial period to the present.