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HIST 240: Major Seminar: Non-Western History

This course explores topics in non-Western history, designed to emphasize active skills of critical reading, textual and contextual analysis, historiographical argument, and historical writing. recent topics have included "American Empire: A Cultural History of US-Latin America Relations" and "Imperialism and Nationalism in Southeast Asia." Primarily for history majors; others by permission of instructor. Offered periodically.

Ancient Studies

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...beyond 231) HIST 101 Ancient Warfare HIST 190...in Art History CLASS 240 Gender and Sexuality...

Latin American Studies

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...Politics is taken as the core course) HIST 240 Major Seminar: Non-Western History (with...

Medieval Studies

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...Synthesis HIST 111 Viking and Medieval Scandinavia HIST...in Music History NORW 240 Vikings Past and...

Management Studies

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...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...Interim (off-campus) ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...

Japanese

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...Japan (abroad) HIST 252 Japanese Civilization HIST 253...III: Interpreting Journeys ASIAN 240 Talking in Japan...

Asian Studies

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...ECON 218 Economic Progress in China (abroad) HIST 240 Major Seminar: Non-Western History (depending...