History Courses Focused on the Period after 1700

HIST 201History of the United States I4
HIST 202History of the United States II4
HIST 206History of Britain and Ireland II4
HIST 208Russia: Revolution and Repression, War and Cold War, Collapse and Renewal4
HIST 212China: Manchus to Massacre, Dynasty to Dictatorship4
HIST 215Southern African History4
HIST 219History of Africa to 18804
HIST 220History of Africa Since 18804
HIST 224Latin American History Since 18264
HIST 226Politics and Society in Contemporary America4
HIST 227Intellectual and Cultural History of the United States I4
HIST 228Intellectual and Cultural History of the United States II4
HIST 229The Many Faces of Sewanee4
HIST 231African-American History to 18654
HIST 232African-American History since 18654
HIST 237Women in U.S. History, 1600-18704
HIST 238Women in U.S. History, 1870 to the Present4
HIST 241Global Women’s Movements since 18404
HIST 270European Women in War, Revolution, and Terrorism4
HIST 271The French Revolutionary Era, 1789-18144
HIST 272France Since 18154
HIST 297History of the Middle East II4
HIST 309Politics and Society in Europe: 1815-19144
HIST 310From Barbary to Iraq: Britain and America in the Middle East4
HIST 311Politics and Society in Europe after 19144
HIST 312Eighteenth-Century England4
HIST 316The African-American Church in Slavery and Freedom4
HIST 317African-American Intellectual History4
HIST 318African American Women and Religion4
HIST 319The Arab-Israeli Conflict4
HIST 320Victorian and Edwardian Britain4
HIST 321English Identities4
HIST 322Southern Lives4
HIST 324Colonial and Imperial Warfare in North America and Southern Africa4
HIST 325Revolutionary America4
HIST 327The Old South4
HIST 329The New South4
HIST 331Modern Cities4
HIST 332Twentieth Century American Culture4
HIST 334Mass Culture and Popular Amusements in the United States, 1870-19454
HIST 336Hours of Crisis in U.S. History4
HIST 339The Making of Modern America, 1877-19204
HIST 344Twentieth-Century Britain4
HIST 346History of Socialism4
HIST 347The American Civil Rights Movement4
HIST 348The Mexican Revolution4
HIST 349American Women’s Cultural and Intellectual History4
HIST 350Berlin: Impressions of a City4
HIST 353The Nazi Period4
HIST 357Latin American Biographies4
HIST 358Women in Latin America4
HIST 359United States and Latin America since 18984
HIST 363Peasant Resistance and Rebellion in Latin America, 1500-19904
HIST 367Writing the Nation: Literature, Nationalism and Search for Identity in Latin America (1810-Present)4
HIST 378Sexuality and the Self in Modern Europe4
HIST 379Honor, Shame, and Violence in Modern Europe4
HIST 380Crimes and Scandals in the Historical Imagination, 18th–20th Centuries4
HIST 381Travel Cultures, Global Encounters, 1800-19504
HIST 382Global Segregation, Race, and Popular Culture in the United States and South Africa4
HIST 385Missionaries, Mullahs, and Marabouts: African Encounters with Christianity and Islam4
HIST 386African Environmental History4
HIST 388The United States and Vietnam since 19454
HIST 389Modernity and Modernism in Europe, 1750-18904
HIST 393America's Civil War4
HIST 394Reconstructing the South4
HIST 397The Origins and Conduct of World War II4
HIST 400Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand4
HIST 406From D-Day to Berlin: World War II Sites in England, France, Germany4
HIST 420The History of International Development4
HIST 430Political Islam4
HIST 472Marriage and Imagined Families in the Modern World4
HIST 493The Civil War and American Historical Memory4