CORE Distributive Studies
Social Sciences and History

Social or Political History
(CORE Code: SH)

(D) listed after a course indicates that this course also double counts as Human Cultural Diversity.

Course Number
Course Title
Diversity
AASP 100
Introduction to African American Studies
D
AASP 202
Black Culture in the United States
D
AAST 201
Asian American History (also as HIST 219M)
D
AAST 222
Immigration and Ethnicity in America (also as HIST 222)
D
AAST 298M
South Asian American Communities: (De)Constructing South/Asian/American Communities (also as HIST 219D)
D
AMST 202 Cultures Everday Life in America  
ENGL 260
Introduction to Folklore
 
HIST 106
American Jewish Experience (also as JWST 141)
 
HIST 111
The Medieval World
 
HIST 113
Modern Europe: 1789 - Present
 
HIST 120
Islamic Civilization (Also offered as RELS 120)
D
HIST 122
African Civilization to 1800
D
HIST 123
Sub-Saharan Africa Since 1800 (also as AASP)
D
HIST 130 Hot Spots: Violence, Catastrophe and Civilian Conflict in Worldwide Historical Perspective     (I-Series Course) (formerly HIST 289A)  
HIST 131  History of the American Dream (I-Series Course)  (formerly HIST 289J)          
HIST 133 God Wills It! The Crusades in Medieval and Modern Perspectives (I-Series Course) - Also offered as RELS 289D (formerly HIST 289D)  
HIST 134 Spies, Assassins, Martyrs, and Witches: Famous Trials in American History (I-Series course) (formerly HIST 289K)  
HIST136 Moneyland: Business in American Culture (I-Series Course)  
HIST 137

Pursuits of Happiness: Ordinary Lives in the American Revolution (I-Series Course) (formerly HIST 289E) 

 
HIST 141 Carbon: Element at the Center of History (I-Series Course) (formerly HIST 289B)       
HIST 142 Looking at America through a Global Lens (I-Series Course) (formerly HIST 289I)       
HIST 143 Power, Ritual and Society (I-Series Course)  (Also offered as RELS289F) (formerly HIST 289F)  
HIST 156
History of the United States to 1865
 
HIST 157
History of the United States since 1865
 
HIST 174
Introduction to the History of Science
 
HIST 205 Environmental History  
HIST 206 Introduction to the History of Technology  
HIST 210
Women in America to 1880 (also as WMST 210)
D
HIST 211
Women in America since 1880 (also as WMST 211)
D
HIST 212
Women in Western Europe, 1750 - Present (also as WMST 212)
D
HIST 213
History of Sexuality in America
D
HIST 214 Rebellious Women (was HIST219B) D
HIST 215 Women in Western Europe to 1750 (was HIST219A) D
HIST 219A
Women in Western Europe to 1750
D
HIST 219D
South Asian American Communities: (De)Constructing South/Asian/American Communities (Also as AAST 298M)
D
HIST220 The Atlantic World in the Early Modern Period (formerly HIST219V) D
HIST 221
Asian American History (also as AAST 201)
D
HIST 222
Immigration and Ethnicity in America (also as AAST 222)
D
HIST 224
Modern Military History 1494-1815
 
HIST 225
Modern Military History 1815-Present
 
HIST 232
The Historical Development of London (Also as HONR 249L)
 
HIST 233
Empire! The British Imperial Experience 1558-1997
D
HIST 234
History of Britain to 1485
 
HIST 235
History of Britain 1461-1714
 
HIST 236
History of Britain 1688 to Present
 
HIST 237
Russian Civilization
D
HIST 240
Europe in the Twentieth Century
 
HIST 250
Latin-American History I
D
HIST 251
Latin-American History II
D
HIST 255
African American History, 1865-Present
D
HIST 266
The United States and World Affairs
 
HIST 275
Law and Constitutionalism in American History
 
HIST 281
The Rabbinic Movement: History and Culture (also as JWST 230)
D
HIST 282
History of the Jewish People I (also as JWST 234)
D
HIST 283
History of the Jewish People II (also as JWST 235)
D
HIST 284
East Asian Civilization I
D
HIST 285
East Asian Civilization II
D
HIST 286
The Jew and the City through the Centuries (also as JWST 275)
D
HIST 289C Mirror of Democracy: The Golden Age of Athens (I-Series Course)        
HONR 238L
Engineering in Ancient Empires
 
HONR 238R
Terrorism (formerly 229S)
 
HONR 238X
The Holocaust and History
 
HONR 239M
Renaissance to Enlightenment: People, Places, and Philosophies
 
HONR 239P
Higher, Faster, Farther: Case Studies from Aerospace History
 
HONR 248O
The Military and the Media in American History
 
HONR 248W
America in the 1960's
 
HONR 249K
The U.S. in Vietnam: A Crossroads in American Society
 
HONR 249L
The Historical Development of London (Also as HIST 232)
 
HONR 258V
American Attitudes Toward Warfare and the Military
 
JOUR 240
Advertising in America
 
JWST 141
American Jewish Experience (also as HIST 106)
 
JWST 230
The Rabbinic Movement: History and Culture (also as HIST 281)
D
JWST 234
History of the Jewish People I (also as HIST 282)
D
JWST 235
History of the Jewish People II (also as HIST 283)
D
JWST 275
The Jew and the City through the Centuries (also as HIST 286)
D
KNES 293
History of Sport in America
 
PERS 251
Modern Iran
D
RELS120 Islamic Civilization (Also offered as HIST 120) D
USLT 201
U.S. Latina/o Studies I
D
WMST 210
Women in America to 1880 (also as HIST 210)
D
WMST 211
Women in America since 1880 (also as HIST 211)
D
WMST 212
Women in Western Europe, 1750 - Present (also as HIST 212)
D

Current as of: July 2012

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