May 22, 2019  
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

History

   •  HIST 261 -  History of Ancient Rome
   •  HIST 265 -  Postwar Japan
   •  HIST 280 -  West Africa Since 1800
   •  HIST 281 -  Ancient African History
   •  HIST 282 -  Medieval African History
   •  HIST 283 -  Early Modern African History
   •  HIST 284 -  African History during Colonialism and Independence
   •  HIST 299 -  History Courses Taken Abroad
   •  HIST 301 -  The Historian's Craft
   •  HIST 304 -  History of Brazil
   •  HIST 305 -  History of Mexico
   •  HIST 306 -  Terror, Human Rights, and Memory in Latin America
   •  HIST 309 -  The Caribbean
   •  HIST 310 -  African Americans and Africa
   •  HIST 311 -  Topics in History
   •  HIST 312 -  Topics in History
   •  HIST 313 -  Topics in Women's History
   •  HIST 315 -  Asian Pacific American History
   •  HIST 316 -  Pan-Africanism: History of a Revolutionary Idea
   •  HIST 317 -  History of Modern South Africa
   •  HIST 318 -  United States Military History, 1860-1975
   •  HIST 319 -  The Nuclear World
   •  HIST 320 -  Nubia: An African Kingdom in American Thought, 1767-present
   •  HIST 321 -  Topics in Civil Rights
   •  HIST 322 -  The African Diaspora before 1492
   •  HIST 323 -  The African Diaspora, 1492-1808
   •  HIST 324 -  The African Diaspora since 1808
   •  HIST 325 -  The Rise and Fall of Apartheid
   •  HIST 326 -  African Religions in the Diaspora
   •  HIST 327 -  The Global Color Line: U.S. Civil Rights and South African Anti-Apartheid Politics
   •  HIST 330 -  America and China: U.S.-China Relations since 1784
   •  HIST 331 -  Modern Japanese History
   •  HIST 332 -  Modern Korean History
   •  HIST 333 -  Modern Chinese History
   •  HIST 334 -  Nation, Gender, and Race in South Asia
   •  HIST 341 -  United States Immigration History
   •  HIST 342 -  The Invasion of North America
   •  HIST 344 -  Colonial North America, 1492-1763
   •  HIST 345 -  The American Revolution, 1763-1789
   •  HIST 346 -  Antebellum America
   •  HIST 347 -  The Civil War Era
   •  HIST 348 -  Old South
   •  HIST 349 -  Exploring the Afro-American Past
   •  HIST 350 -  Free and Enslaved Blacks in the Old South
   •  HIST 351 -  U.S. Gilded Age
   •  HIST 352 -  U.S. Foreign Relations, 1763-1900
   •  HIST 353 -  U.S. Foreign Relations, 1901 to the Present
   •  HIST 354 -  America and Vietnam
   •  HIST 355 -  Religion in 19th Century America
   •  HIST 357 -  Medieval Europe
   •  HIST 358 -  The European Renaissance
   •  HIST 359 -  The Reformation in Western Europe
   •  HIST 360 -  Roman Britain
   •  HIST 361 -  Roman Greece
   •  HIST 362 -  History and Statecraft: Great Power Diplomacy, 1648-1949
   •  HIST 363 -  The Age of Absolutism and Revolution in Europe, 1648-1789
   •  HIST 364 -  The Age of Absolutism and Revolution in Europe, 1789-1870
   •  HIST 368 -  Race, Class, and Gender in the British Empire
   •  HIST 369 -  History of Britain 1453-1783
   •  HIST 370 -  History of Britain 1783 to the Present
   •  HIST 373 -  East Central Europe
   •  HIST 377 -  History of Russia to 1800
   •  HIST 378 -  History of Russia since 1800
   •  HIST 382 -  History of Spain
   •  HIST 383 -  History of Germany to 1918
   •  HIST 384 -  History of Germany since 1918
   •  HIST 385 -  History of France, 1648 to 1800
   •  HIST 386 -  History of France, 1800 to the Present
   •  HIST 387 -  England Under the Tudors, 1485-1603
   •  HIST 388 -  Britain Under the Stuarts, 1603-1714
   •  HIST 391 -  Intellectual History of Modern Europe: Renaissance to the Enlightenment
   •  HIST 392 -  Intellectual History of Modern Europe: 19th to the 21st Centuries
   •  HIST 393 -  American Cultural and Intellectual History from the Beginnings through the Early National Period
   •  HIST 394 -  American Cultural and Intellectual History from the Early National Period through the Early 20th Century
   •  HIST 400 -  Colonial and Revolutionary Virginia
   •  HIST 401 -  Gender, Race, and Power in Colonial Virginia
   •  HIST 402 -  Thomas Jefferson in America and the World
   •  HIST 403 -  Archaeology of Colonial Williamsburg and Tidewater Virginia
   •  HIST 404 -  Foodways and the Archaeological Record
   •  HIST 405 -  History of Museums and Historic Preservation-US 1850-Present
   •  HIST 406 -  Architectural History Field School
   •  HIST 407 -  Field School in Material Culture
   •  HIST 408 -  NIAHD Field School in Public History
   •  HIST 409 -  Public History
   •  HIST 410 -  Early American Architecture
   •  HIST 413 -  Topics in History
   •  HIST 414 -  Topics in History
   •  HIST 467 -  Independent Study
   •  HIST 468 -  Independent Study
   •  HIST 490C -  Capstone Seminar
   •  HIST 491C -  Capstone Seminar
   •  HIST 495 -  Honors
   •  HIST 496 -  Honors
   •  HIST 499 -  Internship in History

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  INTR 100 -  Big Ideas in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  INTR 150 -  First-Year Seminar
   •  INTR 160 -  Digital Information Literacy
   •  INTR 204 -  GIS In the Earth and Environmental Sciences
   •  INTR 220 -  Curating, Collecting, and Connoisseurship
   •  INTR 299 -  W&M Summer Study Abroad Program Preparatory Course
 

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