HIST 1200. Introduction to Latin America and the Caribbean. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO LAT AMER HIST.
An introduction to Latin American and Caribbean culture and history to students with no previous background in the subject. The emphasis in the course is on peoples and processes and change rather than on institutions and events.

HIST 2050H. Multicultural America (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICULTURAL AMER.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2051 or HIST 2052.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
United States history from a multicultural and multiethnic perspective. Examines the roles Native Americans, European Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Asian Americans have played in the making of America. The course begins in seventeenth-century Virginia and continues to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 2051. Multiculturalism in Early America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICUL EARLY AMER.
The multicultural reality of the American experience from the 1600s through the 1800s by examining the complex interactions of people of diverse races, ethnicities, classes, and gender in forging the American nation.
Offered every year.

HIST 2052. Multiculturalism in Modern America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICULTUR MOD AM.
United States history since 1865 from a multicultural and multiethnic perspective. The course will emphasize social, cultural, and political dimensions of the American experience, paying particular attention to issues of race and ethnicity. Highlights the contributions of the many different peoples who make up America.
Offered every year.

(HIST)(ANTH)(CMLT)GEOG(SOCI) 2100. Introduction to Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO AFRICA.
The history, physical environment (landforms, vegetation, and climate), and sociocultural environment (artistic, political, and social development) of Africa.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 2111. American History to 1865. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AM HISTORY TO 1865.
American society, politics, thought, institutions, and economic life from the first settlements to the end of the Civil War.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 2111H. United States Survey to 1865 (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: US SURVEY TO 1865.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2111.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
United States survey at the honors level will deal more thematically than the regular survey with a variety of issues in American history from its founding through the Civil War. Emphasis on primary sources and research and writing, often with a seminar format.
Offered every year.

HIST 2112H. History of the United States 1865 to Present (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: US 1865 TO PRESENT.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2112.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
The major political, economic, social, and cultural changes in the United States from reconstruction to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 2112. American History Since 1865. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AMER HIS SNC 1865.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2112H.
Development of the American nation from 1865 to the present.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered every year.

HIST 2221. Latin American Civilization to 1800. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LATIN AMER TO 1800.
Amerindian, Iberoamerican, and Caribbean history and culture from pre-encounter times to 1800.
Offered every year.

HIST 2222. Latin American Civilization Since 1800. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LAT AMER SINCE 1800.
Latin American and Caribbean history and culture from 1800 to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 2301. History of Western Society to 1500. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WEST SOC TO 1500.
The major ideas and images that make up the foundation of modern western society. The origin and formation of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The growth of ideas of law and political philosophy.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered every year.

HIST 2302. History of Western Society Since 1500. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WEST SOC SINCE 1500.
Western society from the Renaissance to the present day, emphasizing ideas, culture, and social change.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered every year.

HIST 2311H. Western Society to 1500 (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WEST SOC TO 1500.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2301.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
The social, political and economic developments in the west to 1500 A.D.
Offered every year.

HIST 2312H. Western Society Since 1500 (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WEST SOC SINCE 1500.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2302.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Integrating social, cultural, and political history, this course includes such topics as religion, changing social structures and gender identities, industrialization, revolution and the rise of nationalism, Europe and the world, modern wars and mass political movements.
Non-traditional format: Taught as a seminar with extensive readings in primary and secondary sources.
Offered every year.

HIST 2501. Introduction of African History to Sixteenth Century. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFRICA TO 16TH CENT.
Cultural history of Africa to sixteenth century. Origins of agriculture, rise and growth of complex societies and states, spread and importance of Islam, slavery and diaspora issues.
Offered every year.

HIST 2502. Survey of African History After 1600. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFRICAN HIS 1600.
The social, political, and economic development of Sub-Saharan African societies and their assimilation of non-African peoples, their ideas, and materials culture after 1600. African and European objectives intertwined and contradicted. Transformations after 1600 were a continuation of those precipitated by trade, migration, conquest, religion, and innovation.
Offered every year.

HIST 2560. The Middle East Since 1914. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MID EAST SINCE 1914.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 3570H.
History of the Middle East from World War I to the present, focusing on political, religious, cultural, and economic circumstances.
Offered every year.

HIST 2601. East Asian Civilizations I. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EAST ASIAN CIV I.
Historical, religious, political, economic, and social traditions of East Asia, from prehistory to the seventeenth century, emphasizing political and cultural interaction within the region.
Offered every year.

HIST 2602. East Asian Civilizations II. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EAST ASIAN CIV II.
Historical, religious, political, economic, and social traditions of East Asia, from the seventeenth century to the present, emphasizing political and cultural interaction within the region.
Offered every year.

HIST 2701. World Civilizations I. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WORLD CIV I.
The human community from ancient times to A.D. 1500, focusing on the interrelations of societies and cultures and comparing the experiences of peoples and civilizations with one another.
Offered every year.

HIST 2702. World Civilizations II. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WORLD CIV II.
The human community from A.D. 1500 to the present, focusing on the interrelations of societies and cultures and comparing the experiences of peoples and civilizations with one another.
Offered every year.

HIST 2702H. World Civilizations II (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WORLD CIV II HON.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 2702.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
The human community from A.D. 1500 to the present, focusing on the interrelations of societies and cultures and comparing the experiences of peoples and civilizations with one another.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 3020. United States Foreign Relations Since 1914. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: U S REL AT SNC 1914.
A survey of American foreign relations since 1914.
Offered every year.

HIST 3030. History of Canada. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORY OF CANADA.
The history of Canada from European settlement to the present day. Special attention will be given to political, constitutional, and economic developments.
Offered every year.

HIST 3050. American Indian History to 1840. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AM INDIANS TO 1840.
Explores the impact of colonization on Native Americans to 1840. The course will focus on the creative adaptations of Indians to the great changes unleashed by the meeting of the new and old worlds.
Offered every year.

HIST 3051. American Indian History Since 1840. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AM INDIANS SNC 1840.
Government policy towards Indians, but more importantly, exploration of how Native Americans themselves constructed their lives over the past 150 years. The readings give voice to Indians while at the same time providing a structured historical background.
Offered every year.

HIST 3060. Colonial and Revolutionary America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COLONIAL REV AMER.
Native American, African, and European interactions; warfare, labor systems, cultures, and societies; empire building and colonial political structures; the American Revolution and the formation of the United States.
Offered every year.

HIST 3071. Origins of Modern America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THE US 1877-1917.
Economic, social, diplomatic, and political trends in the United States, 1877-1917.
Offered every year.

HIST 3072. The United States Between the Wars, 1914-1945. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: U S 1914-1945.
The shifting patterns of political, economic, cultural, and social development in the United States as the nation confronted prosperity, depression, and war.
Offered every year.

HIST 3073. Modern America, 1945 to Present. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AMER 1945-PRESENT.
Social, economic, diplomatic, and political trends in the United States during the post-World War II era.
Offered every year.

HIST 3080H. America and the World (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AMERICA AND WORLD.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Selected aspects of United States relations with the world in the twentieth century.
Offered every year.

HIST 3085. United States Women's History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: US WOMEN'S HIST.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 4080/6080.
Women's experiences in the United States since the arrival of Europeans on the North American continent. Women's life experiences within the context of larger historical changes in the United States. Women's history as an integral part of American social history and as a unique subject of historical investigation.
Offered every year.

HIST 3090. The American South. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THE AMERICAN SOUTH.
Major themes and issues in southern history from Jamestown through the l980s. Topics will include colonial settlement, frontier expansion, slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction, Populism, Jim Crow, the New South, the civil rights movement, and Sunbelt development.
Offered every year.

(HIST)ENGL 3100. Introduction to British Culture I. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO BRIT CULTURE.
Prerequisite or corequisite: CMLT 2210 or CMLT 2220 or CMLT 2250H or CMLT 2260H or ENGL 2310 or ENGL 2320 or ENGL 2340 or ENGL 2350H or ENGL 2360H or ENGL 2370H or ENGL 2380H or ENGL 2390H or ENGL 2400.
Corequisite: ENGL(HIST) 3110.
Interdisciplinary, writing-intensive course in British literature and history for University of Georgia at Oxford students. Readings organized around geographical sites in Britain using newest Web technologies.
Non-traditional format: Web-based remote delivery course that students will take from their hometowns during the "downtime" between the start of the spring semester at the University of Georgia and the beginning of the Oxford Trinity term.
Offered spring semester every year.

HIST 3101. The Early African American Experience. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EARLY AFR AME EXPER.
The African background of African Americans, the institution of slavery, the development of the African American community institutions, and African American participation in and impact on the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Offered every year.

HIST 3102. Modern African American Experience. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MOD AFR AMER EXPER.
The twentieth-century struggle for civil rights, black identity, and self-determination. The response to industrialism and urbanization. The role of black institutions and political organizations. The philosophy and tactics of accommodation, integration, and separatism.
Offered every even-numbered year.

(HIST)ENGL 3110. Introduction to British Culture II. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO BRIT CULTURE.
Prerequisite or corequisite: CMLT 2210 or CMLT 2220 or CMLT 2250H or CMLT 2260H or ENGL 2310 or ENGL 2320 or ENGL 2340 or ENGL 2350H or ENGL 2360H or ENGL 2370H or ENGL 2380H or ENGL 2390H or ENGL 2400.
Corequisite: ENGL(HIST) 3100.
Interdisciplinary, writing-intensive course in British literature and history for University of Georgia at Oxford students. Readings organized around geographical sites in Britain using newest Web technologies.
Non-traditional format: Web-based remote-delivery course. Course will be offered via the Web during "downtime" between start of the University of Georgia's spring semester and Oxford term.
Offered spring semester every year.

(HIST)RELI 3150. Religion in the United States. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: RELIGION IN US.
Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of department.
The significant developments in American religious history and thought from Puritanism to the present with attention to the social and cultural contexts in which various religious movements arose.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 3220. History of Mexico. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORY OF MEXICO.
Mexican history and culture from pre-Columbian times to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 3230. History of Brazil. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORY OF BRAZIL.
Brazilian history and culture from pre-Columbian times to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 3240. The Caribbean Area. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THE CARIBBEAN AREA.
The islands and Caribbean periphery from pre-Columbian times to the present. European intrusion and settlement, plantation societies and economies, slavery and slave rebellion, nineteenth- and twentieth-century political and economic developments, and United States policy. Approximately one-third of the course will focus on the period after World War II.
Offered every year.

HIST 3250. History of the Americas. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIST OF AMERICAS.
The Western hemisphere from pre-Columbian times, with emphasis on social and economic development and the evolution of political cultures from the American Revolution to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 3260. Latinos/Latinas in the United States. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LATINOS/LATINAS USA.
A history of the Latino peoples in the United States and in Georgia, their diversity and their contributions to United States culture and society.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 3310. Ancient History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANCIENT HISTORY.
The political and economic world from the Stone Age to the end of the Western Roman Empire in 476 A.D.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 3311. History of Ancient Greece. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIST ANC GREECE.
Not open to students with credit in HIST(CLAS) 4311/6311.
From the foundations of Greek civilization through the conquests of Alexander the Great. Warfare and imperialism, the Greek city-state, and the origins of democracy will be covered, as well as topics in social and cultural history -- law, the role of women, the economy, the naturalist tradition in art, and the public architecture of Athens.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 3312. Roman History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ROMAN HISTORY.
Ancient Rome from its mythical foundation to the conversion of Constantine. The rise and fall of the Roman empire, including its great wars and political struggles; also topics in social and cultural history, such as Roman values and national identity, life in the empire's provinces, and the roles of women in society.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 3321. History of Women in the Ancient World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WOMEN ANCIENT WORLD.
The history of women in many of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean and Middle East. The social, religious, and political roles played by women of different classes within the patriarchal framework of these societies. Emphasis will be placed on the reading and discussion of primary sources.
Offered every year.

HIST 3323. History of Women in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WOMEN EARL MOD EUR.
The experiences, challenges, and achievements of women in early modern Europe. Perceptions of women--religious, literary, political, and social. Through such study, we can learn more both about women and about how society functioned and responded to change.
Offered every year.

HIST 3324. History of Women in Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS WOMEN MOD EUROP.
The experiences, challenges, and achievements of women in modern Europe. Perceptions of women--religious, literary, political, and social. Through such study, we can learn more both about women and about how society functioned and responded to change.
Offered every year.

HIST 3330. The Medieval World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MEDIEVAL CIVILIZATI.
Medieval Europe from 476 to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. The rise of the Catholic Church to its dominance of thirteenth- century Europe and the struggle of kings with their feudal values will be discussed against the backdrop vs. ravages of the Inquisition and the Black Death.
Offered every year.

HIST 3332. Wenches, Witches, Damsels and Nuns: Women in Medieval Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WITCHES/DAMSELS/NUN.
The ideas about and images of women throughout the medieval period. The issues of political, economic, and social rights of women of different classes. The presence of misogyny will be questioned.
Offered every year.

HIST 3340. The Age of Renaissance and Reformation. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AGE RENAISS & REFOR.
The two great intellectual movements of early modern Europe: the Renaissance and the Reformation. The religious and social context in which the developments associated with these movements took place, as well as their impact on European society.
Offered every year.

HIST 3350. The Age of Absolutism: Rulers, Subjects, Citizens. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AGE OF ABSOLUTISM.
The rise of the modern European state and its impact on society and culture from 1600 to 1789. Themes include kingship and state formation, popular revolt, aristocratic culture, Enlightenment social thought, and the collapse of the Old Regime.
Offered every year.

HIST 3361. Europe's Revolutionary Century, 1789-1900. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: 19TH CENT EUROPE.
The history of Europe from 1789 to 1900, emphasizing political and social change, the spread of revolutionary ideas, and the rise of nation states.
Offered every year.

HIST 3362. Twentieth-Century Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: 20TH CENT EUROPE.
Major political, economic, social, and cultural developments.
Offered every year.

HIST 3371. Tudor-Stuart England. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: TUDOR-STUART ENG.
English history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Offered every year.

HIST 3372. English History Since 1660. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ENGLAND SINCE 1660.
English history from the Restoration to the present. Emphasis will be on political and cultural change as well as economic and imperial development.
Offered every year.

HIST 3381. Old Regime and Revolutionary France. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: OLD REG & REV FRANC.
French history from the sixteenth to the late eighteenth century. Peasant life, social hierarchy, religious conflict, the politics and culture of Absolutism, the Enlightenment, the fall of the Old Regime, and the French Revolution.
Offered every year.

HIST 3382. Modern France Since 1799. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MOD FRANCE SNC 1799.
French social and political history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Processes of urbanization and industrialization in the nineteenth century and French political and cultural development in the twentieth century.
Offered every year.

HIST 3390. Germany Since 1789. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: GERMANY SINCE 1789.
Germany from 1789 through the Revolutions of 1848, German unification, the Wilhelminian Reich, World War I, the Weimar Republic, the Third Reich, World War II, division, and reunification.
Offered every year.

HIST 3400. Modern Italy. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MODERN ITALY.
The eighteenth-century beginnings of the movement for unification to the present, with particular emphasis on the distinctiveness of the Italian experience in culture, society, and politics.
Offered every year.

HIST 3411. Russia to the Great Reforms. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: RUSSIA TO REFORMS.
Traces rise of Russian state from Kievan Rus through Tsardom of Nicholas I. High points include Mongol legacy, rise of Muscovy, the "Time of Troubles," and creation of modern state structure by Peter I (The Great). Final focus is on nineteenth-century reform beginnings and rise of revolutionary movement.
Offered every year.

HIST 3412. Modern Russia: Revolution, the USSR, and Aftermath. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MODERN RUSSIA.
Stresses Alexander II's reforms and subsequent Tsarist policies plus parallel advance of the revolutionary movement to the 1917 Bolshevik takeover. Post-1917 coverage emphasizes Leninist-Stalinist contributions and subsequent modifications culminating with Gorbachev period. Ends with 1991 Communist downfall and emergence of a new Russia.
Offered every year.

HIST 3415. Modern Eastern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MODERN EAST EUROPE.
A survey of the peoples and states of eastern, east-central, and southeastern Europe in the late nineteenth century. Issues of politics, society, culture, and diplomacy, with particular attention to transnational developments, the emergence of new forms of identity, and the role of outside powers.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 3421. History of Western Science to the Scientific Revolution. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS SCI TO SCI REV.
The history of early science beginning with some major ancient and medieval natural philosophers and historians, and ending with the Scientific Revolution of the 1500s and 1600s, which decisively shaped western civilization.
Offered every year.

HIST 3432. History of Western Science Since the Scientific Revolution. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS SCI SNC SCI REV.
A continuation of the survey of the history of science, from the culmination of the Scientific Revolution in the 1600s to the twentieth century, considering science and scientific ideas in relation to broader social, religious, and intellectual issues.
Offered every year.

HIST 3433. History of Medicine. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS OF MEDICINE.
The history of medicine in Western society. The impact of epidemic disease, concepts of illness, medical therapies, types of practitioners and their education, and public health.
Offered every year.

HIST 3443. Spain in the Age of Cervantes. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SPAIN OF CERVANTES.
The history of Imperial Spain in the time of Miguel de Cervantes (1547-1616). Topics of discussion will include the Armada of 1588, heresy and the Inquisition, art and artists, the discovery of the New World, and perspectives on the decline of Spain.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 3500. Seventeenth Through Nineteenth-Century Southern Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SO AFRICA 1600-1902.
Social, political, and economic changes in southern African societies (South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique) as they assimilated non-African peoples, their ideas, and material culture. Independent, viable and adaptable, Africans engaged Portuguese, British, Boers, and Germans as they competed for land, cattle, and trade.
Offered every year.

HIST 3511. East Africa to the Nineteenth Century. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EAST AFR TO 19TH.
Economic, political, and cultural history of East Africa to the nineteenth century. Growth of agricultural systems, forms and functions of states and kingdoms, the world of the Indian Ocean, slavery and rebellion.
Offered every year.

HIST 3512. East Africa in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: 19-20 CENT E AFRICA.
Economic and cultural history of East Africa in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Food, trade, commodification, slavery, rage, missionary and colonial interests, nationalisms, independence, art and literature.
Offered every year.

HIST 3530. Women in Sub-Saharan Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WOM IN SUB-SAH AFRI.
Women's social, economic, spiritual, and political contributions to African history from precolonial to contemporary times. Emphasizing African women, it also addresses European and Asian women immigration. Women's interpretations of their identities, social worlds, and experiences, recognizing their essential role in African societies.
Offered every year.

HIST 3562. The Middle East From 1453 to 1918. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MID EAST 1453-1918.
The history of the Middle East from 1453 to 1918, focusing on the Ottoman Empire and its provinces.
Offered every year.

HIST 3570H. Religion, Nationalism, and Revolution in the Middle East, 1900 to the Present (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: REL NAT REV M EAST.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 3560.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Evolution of religious, nationalist, and cultural identities in the region of the Modern Middle East and their contribution to political revolutions throughout the twentieth century.
Offered every year.

HIST 3580. Egypt: Mother of Civilization. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EGYPT MOTHER OF CIV.
Political and cultural history of Egypt from the medieval era up to the present. Examining the history of education in Egypt, Egyptian women, the growth of feminism, and Cairo as an international metropolis, with a look at Egypt's experiences with colonialism and relationship with the rest of Africa, particularly Sudan.
Offered every year.

HIST 3601. Premodern Japan: Foundations of Culture and State. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PREMODERN JAPAN.
Ancient and medieval Japan, focusing on the institutional and cultural foundations of the Japanese state.
Offered fall semester every year.

HIST 3602. Modern Japan: From Shogun to Superpower. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MODERN JAPAN.
Early modern and modern Japan: the transformation of Japan from an isolationist, agrarian country to a military giant, to a broken and defeated nation, to an economic superpower.
Offered spring semester every year.

HIST 3661. History of China I: Traditional China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CHINA I: TRADITION.
Traditional, intellectual, political, economic, social, literary, religious, and diplomatic developments up to Sung dynasty. Influences of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism on identity; development and influence of "Zhung-Guo" (Central Kingdom); trade-tribute concepts on political and economic institutions; the importance of growth of family system/gender views on social institutions.
Offered every year.

HIST 3662. History of China II: Transitional China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CHINA II:TRANSITION.
Internal/external influences that challenge traditions and cause important changes. Influences of nomadic invaders-- Mongols/Manchus, on social and political history, of Buddhist/Daoist influences on Neo-Confucianism; of impact of Christian missionaries/western merchants on modifications of political and economic institutions.
Offered every year.

HIST 3663. History of China III: Revolutionary China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CHINA III: REVOLUTN.
End of nineteenth through the twentieth century; focusing on the Republic of China, its establishment, development, and troubles; rise of Nationalism/Communism; establishment, development, and troubles of the People's Republic of China. Revolutions; the leaders of them, and their important ideas and impact.
Offered every year.

HIST 3670H. Introduction to Chinese Civilization (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTRO CHINESE CIV.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Major sources, ideas, and institutions of Chinese tradition.
Offered every year.

HIST 3680H. Communist China (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COMMUNIST CHINA.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
The rise of Communism in China. The collapse of the "old order," Marxism and Maoism, the Chinese Civil War, the establishment of the PRC, the Great Leap Forward, the Great Proletarian Revolution, the Deng Xiaoping era, among other topics.
Offered every year.

HIST 3720H. Seminar in Comparative History (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SEM COMP HIS.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
An undergraduate research seminar focusing on topics from a comparative perspective.
Offered every odd-numbered year.

HIST 3751. War and Society to 1600. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WAR & SOC TO 1600.
The history of warfare in the ancient and medieval worlds. Focuses on the interdependent, causal relationship between the structures and sources of political power, the objectives and purposes of warfare, the composition and organization of military forces, and the tactics and equipment of war.
Offered every year.

HIST 3752. War and Society Since 1500. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WAR & SOC 1500-2000.
The history of warfare in the context of the warring societies from 1500 to the present in world history.
Offered every year.

HIST 4000/6000. Studies in American History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: STUDIES IN AM HIST.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.
A special subject not otherwise offered in the history curriculum. Topics, methodology, and instructors vary from semester to semester. Normally, no more than two such courses may be counted toward the major or the minor in history, exceptions being made only by the Coordinator of Instruction.
Offered every year.

HIST 4030/6030. Politics of Morality in the United States. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: US MORAL POLITICS.
Origin of selected political and moral dilemmas in American multicultural contexts from the Colonial to the Contemporary period.
Offered every year.

HIST 4040/6040. Working Class America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: WORKING CLASS AMER.
Using fiction and film as well as traditional texts, the history of working-class women and men in the United States. The emphasis will be on the everyday lives of the laborers--what they did at work and at home, in the union hall, and on the picket line.
Offered every year.

HIST 4050/6050. American Lives. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: AMERICAN LIVES.
Biographies and autobiographies to explore a variety of themes and issues in American history. Emphases will differ depending on instructor: focus may be nineteenth century, twentieth century, women, race, southern autobiography, etc.
Offered every year.

HIST(AFAM) 4055/6055. Historical Survey of African American Thought. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SURV AFR AM THOUGHT.
This course examines representative works of such nineteenth- and twentieth-century social, cultural, and political thinkers as Frederick Douglass, Cornel West, Anna J. Cooper, and Angela Davis among other outstanding women and men who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the African American community.
Offered every year.

HIST 4060/6060. American Legal History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AMER LEGAL HISTORY.
American legal thought, institutions, and education, focusing on the impact of social, political, and economic forces on the legal system. The English background, colonial period, legal foundations of the new nation, and the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Offered every odd-numbered year.

HIST 4070/6070. Jeffersonian and Jacksonian America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: JEFFERSONIAN AMER..
History of the U.S. from the early republic through the antebellum period, with emphasis on territorial expansion, industrialization, the first and second political systems, and the emergence of the sectional crisis.
Offered every year.

HIST 4071/6071. Antebellum South. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANTEBELLUM SOUTH.
A chronological and thematic history of the South from Spanish exploration and Jamestown's settlement through the secession crisis of l860-1861, with an emphasis on the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of southern life in the colonial and antebellum periods.
Offered every year.

HIST 4072/6072. The Civil War Period of American History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: U S CIVIL WAR.
The origin, conduct, and legacy of the war and the impact of the conflict upon peoples and institutions.
Offered every year.

HIST 4073/6073. The Era of Reconstruction, 1865-1877. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: RECONSTRUCTION ERA.
The process of reunion, especially in the American South, with emphasis upon the experience of African Americans.
Offered every year.

HIST 4074/6074. The South Since Reconstruction. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SOUTH SINCE 1877.
Economic, social, cultural, and political developments in the South since Reconstruction.
Offered every year.

HIST 4075/6075. Scientific Interests in the South. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SCI IN THE SOUTH.
Scientific inquiry in the southeastern region of the United States. Stresses cultural and intellectual milieu, examines special role of natural history, and compares inquiries of southern scientists with those of other contemporary United States scientists.
Offered spring semester every even-numbered year.
Offered every odd-numbered year.

HIST 4080/6080. Politics of Gender in United States History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: POLITICS OF GENDER.
Representations of women's power historically, evaluated critically in terms of gender, race, and class.
Offered every year.

HIST 4091/6091. Problems in American Foreign Policy, 1776-Present. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PROB FOREIGN PLCY.
Selected problems related to United States foreign policy.
Offered every year.

HIST 4092/6092. The United States in the Era of the Cold War. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COLD WAR U S.
The political, diplomatic, military, and social history of the United States during the era of the Cold War (1946-1992).
Offered every year.

HIST 4094/6094. The Vietnam War. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THE VIETNAM WAR.
The political, military, and diplomatic aspects of the Vietnam War, from the French involvement in the 1940s and 1950s to the United States departure in 1973 and the fall of Saigon in 1975.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 4100/6100. History of Georgia. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORY OF GEORGIA.
Using historical scholarship, biography, and film, the Georgia past from pre-history to the present. Themes of race, class, and modernization in the development of Georgia; special emphasis on the lives of everyday Georgians at various points in history.
Non-traditional format: This course is also offered through University System of Georgia Independent Study (USGIS).
Offered every year.

HIST 4110/6110. Multicultural Georgia. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICULT GEORGIA.
The history of the state, with an emphasis on its racial, ethnic, religious, gender, and regional diversity, to be examined through historical documents, novels, short stories, folklore, memoirs, music, and film.
Offered every year.

HIST 4110H. Multicultural Georgia (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MULTICULTURAL GA.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 4110/6110.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
This course is designed to introduce students to the racial, ethnic, cultural, and regional diversity of Georgia. We will use both chronological and thematic approaches to explore Native Americans, Spanish explorers, the multi-ethnic origins of Savannah (Moravian, Salzburger, Jewish); black-white relations from slavery through civil rights; Appalachian culture; the urban Jewish experience, recent Latino immigration, etc.
Offered fall semester every odd-numbered year.

(HIST)ESOC 4150/6150. Teaching United States History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: TEACHING U.S. HIS.
Classic historiography and current debates among historians over major themes and events in United States history. Examination of ways in which this historical scholarship can be incorporated into social studies teaching. Evaluation of materials and methods used to teach United States history in secondary and middle schools.
Offered every year.

HIST 4200/6200. Studies in Latin American History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: STUDIES LAT AMER.
Special issues or topics in Latin American history not covered in a regular history course. Topics, methodology, and instructor vary from semester to semester. Representative topics include the Latin American revolutionary tradition, the wars of independence in the Americas, and Latin American wars.
Offered every year.

HIST 4210/6210. Latin America: A Socioeconomic History Since 1930. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: LAT AMER SINCE 1930.
Latin American social and economic development from the onset of the Depression until the present. The role of the state in economic development; the impact of modernization on traditional social systems; persistence of social inequity amidst development; and the liberal and revolutionary responses to social needs.
Offered every year.

HIST 4220/6220. The United States and Latin America. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: U.S. AND LATIN AMER.
The political, economic, and cultural relations between the United States and Latin America from 1776 to the present. Spanish-American revolutions, the Monroe doctrine, United States expansionism, the Pan American system, United States intervention, the Good Neighbor policy, Latin America in the Cold War, and United States and Latin American revolutions.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4225/6225. Medicine, Healing, and the Body in Ancient Greece and Rome. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANCIENT MEDICINE.
The origins of the rationalist tradition in medicine; folk and cult methods of healing; the medical construction of gender differences; attitudes toward the body, including asceticism; and topics in the social history of medicine (such as childbirth, disease, and medical society) will be explored.
Offered every year.

HIST 4300/6300. Studies in European History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: STUDIES IN EUR HIS.
Topical studies that vary by year and instructor. Topics might include "Art and Society in the Age of the Reformation," "War and Gender in Twentieth-Century Europe," "Society and Culture in the Medieval European City," and "Imperialism and Anti-imperialism in Modern Europe."
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4312/6312. The Hellenistic World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HELLENISTIC HISTORY.
Problems in Hellenistic history from 330 B.C. to the Roman conquest with emphasis on the Antigonid, Seleucid, and Ptolemaic dynasties.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4320/6320. Law and Society in the Greco-Roman World. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ANCIENT LAW.
Law and its functions in ancient society from archaic Greece through the fifth century A.D. Includes discussion of Greek, Roman, and Christian legal codes, legal procedure, and the theory of law; also of law as a source for social history, especially issues of gender, class, crime, and the ancient economy.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4321/6321. The Roman Republic. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ROMAN REPUBLIC.
Roman history to the end of the republic.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4322/6322. The Roman Empire. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: ROMAN EMPIRE.
History of the Roman Empire from 27 B.C. to A.D. 337 with special emphasis on the government of Augustus, reasons for its decline, and the final attempt at unification of the empire under Constantine.
Offered every year.

HIST(CLAS) 4329/6329. Studies in Ancient Greek and Roman History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: STUDIES ANC HIST.
Undergraduate prerequisite: Junior or senior standing.
Topics in ancient history that vary by year and instructor. Subject matter may include, for example, "The Hellenistic World"; "The Social History of the Roman Empire"; "Late Antiquity."
Offered every year.

HIST 4330/6330. Institutions of the Medieval West. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MEDIEV WEST INSTNS.
A variety of specific topics in medieval history, such as law and justice, Anglo-Saxon England, politics of the family, and attitudes toward gender and sexuality.
Offered every year.

HIST 4340/6340. Rebirth and Reinvention in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: REBIRTH IN MOD EUR.
European society in the context of pivotal social, political, and intellectual moments, from the growth of the Humanist movement to the military revolution. The goal is a better understanding of "turning points" in history, and their creation and definition.
Offered every year.

HIST 4350/6350. Material Culture and Consumer Society in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MAT CULT & CONS SOC.
Examines the origins of modern consumerism by looking at production and consumption in pre-industrial Europe. Treats the circulation, possession, and meaning of goods such as clothes, food, books, and objects of art. Themes include consumption as a sign of social status, popular and learned attitudes toward markets, and luxury.
Offered every year.

HIST 4360/6360. European Popular Culture. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EURO POPULAR CULTUR.
The symbols, expressions, and entertainments that all Europeans drew upon from the wealthiest and best educated to the poorest and illiterate. Themes may include material culture, gender identities, folktales, reading practices, religion and worship, music and theatre. Taught as a seminar with extensive readings in primary and secondary sources.
Offered every year.

HIST 4371/6371. The Medieval Mind. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THE MEDIEVAL MIND.
The intellectual history of medieval Europe. The nature of Christian behavior will be examined in the development of premodern ideas on the human body, politics, law, and religion.
Offered every year.

HIST 4372/6372. Intellectual History in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTELL EARLY MOD EU.
The intellectual heritage of early modern Europe. Students will study the works of humanists, theologians, and philosophers, as well as evaluate the social context in which those works were produced.
Offered every year.

HIST 4373/6373. Nineteenth-Century European Intellectual History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EUR INTEL 1815-1914.
European thought from 1815-1914, with emphasis on the relationship between ideas and their political and social context.
Offered every year.

HIST 4374/6374. Intellectual History of Twentieth-Century Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INTELL HIS MOD EURO.
Major trends and innovations in European intellectual life, from the fin-de-si`ecle revolt against positivism to post-structuralism and its critics. Coverage will include such thinkers as Freud, Weber, and Foucault, as well as such wider cultural movements as futurism, surrealism, and existentialism.
Offered every year.

HIST 4375. The Golden Age of European Natural History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: GLDN AGE EU NAT HIS.
Prerequisite: BIOL 1104-1104L or BIOL 1108-1108L or BTNY 1220-1220L.
The discoveries, controversies, and speculation in eighteenth and nineteenth-century zoology, botany, and paleontology that profoundly shaped western thought about humans and nature.
Offered every year.

HIST 4381/6381. Politics, Culture, and Society in Stuart England. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: STUART ENGLAND.
Religious, political, and cultural upheavals under the Stuart monarchs, 1603-1704.
Not offered on a regular basis.

HIST 4382/6382. Britain from the Age of Revolution to the Age of Victoria 1780-1900. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: BRITAIN 1780-1900.
Britain in the age of the American War of Independence, the French Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution. Special attention will be paid to political culture, intellectual change, and economic development.
Offered every year.

HIST 4383/6383. Britain 1901 to the Present. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: BRITAIN SINCE 1901.
Political culture, intellectual change, and economic/imperial readjustment in twentieth-century Britain and beyond.
Offered every year.

HIST 4391/6391. The French Revolution and the First Empire. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: FR REV & EMPIRE.
The causes and course of Europe's first modern revolution and its reconfiguration by Napoleon Bonaparte. Students will read primary sources and a rich contemporary historiography which illuminate official and popular efforts to reshape government, society, and culture. Taught as a seminar with extensive readings.
Offered every year.

HIST 4392/6392. Twentieth-Century France. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: 20TH CENTURY FRANCE.
The history of France in the twentieth century, with an emphasis on politics and social change.
Offered every year.

HIST 4400/6400. The Age of World Wars I and II. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AGE WORLD WARS I&II.
The origins, course, nature, and consequences of World Wars I and II in Europe, 1870-1950.
Offered every year.

HIST 4410/6410. Nazism and Fascism in Europe, 1919-1945. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: NAZISM AND FASCISM.
The two totalitarian movements, Italian Fascism and German National Socialism (Nazism), emphasizing the intellectual origins of antidemocratic impulses before and after 1919, the unique social and political factors present in each nation, the personalities of Hitler and Mussolini, and the growth of the totalitarian one-party state.
Offered every year.

HIST 4413/6413. Race, Nation, and Empire in the Former Soviet Union. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SOVIET NATIONALITIE.
A topical seminar in Russian and Soviet history to consider issues of ethnicity and nationality since the nineteenth century. Students read both secondary and primary accounts (in translation) to understand the development, variety, and significance of ethno-national forms of identity in the tsarist, Soviet, and post-Soviet states.
Offered every year.

HIST 4420/6420. Holocausts in History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HOLOCAUSTS.
The Jewish Holocaust 1933-1945, emphasizing historical precedents and consequences. Traditional religious anti-Semitism, biologically-based racism, and extreme nationalism will be investigated as sources of modern genocidal behavior.
Offered every year.

(HIST)ANTH 4470/6470. The Rise and Fall of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: S E CHIEFDOMS.
Development of the native societies of the southeastern United States, the exploration of the area by Spain in the sixteenth century, and the consequences of the meeting of the two peoples.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(HIST)ANTH 4480/6480. The Indians of the Old South. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: INDIANS-OLD SOUTH.
Social history of the native peoples of the southern United States from the beginnings of the Spanish missions and the English deerskin and slave trade through Indian removal.
Offered every year.

HIST 4500/6500. Studies in African or Middle Eastern History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFR OR MIDDLE EAST.
Topics in modern and ancient Middle Eastern or African history. Non-traditional methodologies and sources are combined to introduce students to emerging issues in African or Middle Eastern history.
Offered every year.

HIST 4510/6510. History of Famine and Food Systems in Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFRICAN FOOD SYSTEM.
African agricultural achievement, theories of production and famine systems, and attempts by colonial and international capital to control African food systems. Literature is a major source.
Offered every year.

HIST 4530/6530. The History of Orientalism. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS OF ORIENTALISM.
Images and symbolism used by Europeans and Americans to define the Islamic Middle East. The history of the Middle East through representation--stereotypes, myths, fairy tales, novels, films, and news coverage--particularly the ramifications of these images on Western foreign policy towards the Islamic Middle East.
Offered every year.

HIST 4540/6540. Conflict in Twentieth-Century Southern Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFR CONFLICT 20TH C.
South Africa's economic, political and military might has shaped other southern African societies (Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique) in the twentieth century. Reform and revolution which Africans and Europeans employed to regain and maintain African independence in the region.
Offered every year.

HIST 4550/6550. Christianity and Colonialism in Africa. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: CHRISTIA/COL IN AFR.
Christianity was both ally and adversary to colonialism, threatening African "tradition" and aiding a vocal westernized elite which shaped independent African nations. African initiatives in Christian conversion, colonial Christianity, Africans in mission communities, mission education and westernized elites, independent African religious movements, and Christianity and African nationalism.
Offered every year.

HIST 4600/6600. Studies in Asian History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: STUDIES ASIAN HIS.
A special issue or topic not otherwise offered in the history curriculum. Topics, methodology, and instructors will vary from semester to semester. Representative topics include "Japan and the Samurai," "Women, Gender and Family in Traditional Japan," and "Court and Countryside in Japan's Golden Age."
Offered every year.

HIST 4700/6700. Themes in Comparative History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THEMES IN COMP HIS.
A special subject not otherwise offered in the history curriculum. Topics, methodology, and instructors vary from semester to semester.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 4750/6750. History and Film. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HISTORY AND FILM.
We are living in a post-literate age. Most people now get their history from films instead of books. How film, using a different vocabulary than that of books, recreates the past.
Offered every year.

HIST(PHIL) 4860/6860. History, History of Philosophy, Philosophy. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIST AND PHILOSOPHY.
Historians and philosophers differ in the source of evidence and arguments they use and in the standards to which they appeal. Nonetheless, works in each of these fields raise questions relevant to the other field. The purpose of this course is to explore the main relationships between these two fields.
Offered every year.

(HIST)EDHI 4900/6900. History of American College and University. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HIST AMER COL & UN.
Undergraduate prerequisite: HIST 2111 and HIST 2112.
History of American colleges and universities from 1619 to the present. Major topics include student life, European antecedents, the nature of the university, the impact of religion, the rise of athletics, the culture of collegiate life, and the influence of society.
Offered every year.

HIST 4960/6960. Directed Readings in History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DIRECTED READINGS.
Individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.
Non-traditional format: Directed study.
Offered every year.

HIST 4960H. Directed Readings and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIR READINGS HONORS.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.
Non-traditional format: Directed study.
Offered every year.

HIST 4970H. Directed Readings and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIRECTED READINGS.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.
Non-traditional format: Directed study.
Offered every year.

HIST 4980H. Directed Readings and/or Projects (Honors). 3 hours.
Oasis Title: DIRECTED READINGS.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual study, reading, or projects under the direction of a project director.
Non-traditional format: Directed study.
Offered every year.

HIST 4990. Senior Seminar in History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SENIOR SEMINAR.
The methods of historical research and writing as well as a brief study of the philosophy of history and historiography. The student must write a satisfactory formal paper.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 4990H. Honors Thesis. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: HONORS THESIS.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 4990.
Prerequisite: Permission of Honors.
Individual research in the field of his/her major or in a closely related field.
Non-traditional format: Thesis course.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 6521. Eastern Africa to 1800. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EAST AFRICA TO 1800.
Economic, political, and cultural history of eastern Africa to 1800. The origins of agropastoralism, and rise and growth of city-states and kingdoms, the Indian Ocean trading network, and slavery.
Offered every year.

HIST 6522. Eastern Africa 1800 to Present. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFRICA 1800-1900.
Economic and cultural history of east Africa from 1800-1900s. Regional systems of food production, trade, and ethnicity, missionary and merchant activity, colonial penetration, African nationalism and independence.
Offered every year.

HIST 6531. Africans in the Americas. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: AFR IN THE AMERICAS.
Fifteenth- to nineteenth-century political, social, economic connections between North, Central, South America and Caribbean and west, west-central Africa.
Offered every year.

HIST 6611. Premodern Japan: A Survey for Graduate Students. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PREMODERN JAPAN.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 3601.
Ancient and medieval Japan, focusing on the institutional and cultural foundations of the Japanese state.
Offered fall semester every year.

HIST 6612. Modern Japan: A Survey for Graduate Students. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: MOD JAPAN SURVEY.
Not open to students with credit in HIST 3602.
Early modern and modern Japan: the transformation of Japan from an isolationist, agrarian country to a military giant, to a broken and defeated nation, to an economic superpower.
Offered spring semester every year.

HIST 6671. Traditional China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: TRADITIONAL CHINA.
Intellectual, political, economic, social, literary, religious, and diplomatic developments of China from its beginnings to the Sung Dynasty. Influences of Confucianism, Daoism, and Buddhism on Chinese identity; development and influence of the "Shung-Guo" (Central Kingdom); trade-tribute concepts; the importance of the growth of the family system and gender views.
Offered every year.

HIST 6672. Transitional China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: TRANSITIONAL CHINA.
Internal/external influences that challenge the traditions and cause changes. Influences of nomadic invaders--the Mongols and Manchus--on social and political history, and Buddhist and Daoist influences on Neo-Confucianism. Also, the impact of Christian missionaries and western merchants on modifications of political and economic institutions.
Offered every year.

HIST 6673. History of China III: Revolutionary China. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: REVOLUTIONARY CHINA.
End of nineteenth through twentieth century, focusing on the Republic of China, its establishment, development, and troubles; the rise of Nationalism and Communism; establishment, development, and troubles of the People's Republic of China; emphasis on what revolutions have occurred in China, the leaders, their important ideas/impact.
Offered every year.

HIST 7000. Master's Research. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: MASTER'S RESEARCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Research while enrolled for a master's degree under the direction of faculty members.
Non-traditional format: Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.
Offered every year.

HIST 7001. Colloquium in North American History and United States History to 1865. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COLL AM HIS TO 1865.
Major themes and current historiography in North American and United States history to 1865.
Offered every year.

HIST 7002. Colloquium in United States History: 1865 to the present. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: US COLL 1865-PRES.
Major themes and current historiography in United States history from 1865 to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 7200. Area Colloquium. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: AREA COLLOQUIUM.
Readings and discussions on major themes in the history and historiography of a geographical area. Time period and area will vary with the instructor.
Offered fall and spring semesters every year.

HIST 7220. Colloquium in Latin American and Caribbean History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: COLL LAT AMER HIST.
Major themes and historiography in Latin American and Caribbean history from pre-Columbian times to the present.

HIST 7300. Master's Thesis. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: MASTER'S THESIS.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Thesis writing under the direction of the major professor.
Non-traditional format: Independent research and thesis preparation.
Offered every year.

HIST 7321. Colloquium in Premodern European History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: PREMOD EUR COLLOQ.
The gradual discovery of the individual in premodern Europe. The areas of religion, politics, law, art, and literature. Readings will range from Plato and Thomas Aquinas to Dante and Leonardo da Vinci.
Offered every year.

HIST 7322. Colloquium in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EUR COLLO 1500-1800.
Major themes and current historiography of Europe from 1500-1800.
Offered every year.

HIST 7323. Colloquium in Modern European History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COLL MOD EUR HIST.
Major themes and current historiography of Europe from 1800 to the present.
Offered every year.

HIST 7600. Colloquium in Asian History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: COLL ASIAN HIST.
Readings on and discussion of major issues in the history and historiography of Asia. Countries and periods of focus will vary from semester to semester.

HIST 7700. Colloquium in Comparative History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: COL LOQ IN COMP HIS.
Readings and discussion of major topics in the theory and practice of comparative history.
Offered every year.

HIST 7710. Colloquium on Gender in History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: COLLOQ GENDR IN HIS.
Recent scholarship on gender in European History. The time period of the subject matter will vary with the instructor.
Offered every year.

HIST 7720. Colloquium in Warfare in History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: COLLOQ IN WAR HIS.
The history of warfare in the context of the warring societies from ancient to modern times. Topics depend on interest of the instructor.
Offered every year.

HIST 7900. Theory and Practice of History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: THEORY & PRACT HIS.
Methods of research and fundamental theoretical issues pertaining to practicing the science of history, with emphasis on the development of writing skills.
Offered fall semester every year.

HIST 7910. Teaching History in Colleges and Universities I. 2 hours.
Oasis Title: TEACHING HIST I.
The variety of methods appropriate to instruction in college-level survey history courses. Students will develop syllabi and course materials in preparation for teaching their own surveys.
Offered every year.

HIST 7911. Teaching History in Colleges and Universities II. 1 hour.
Oasis Title: TEACHING HIST II.
Prerequisite: HIST 7910.
A continuation of Teaching History in Colleges and Universities, taken in conjunction with teaching a college-level history survey. Observations and written and oral evaluations and discussions of classroom management and pedagogical techniques and issues.

HIST 7920. Independent Reading Colloquium. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: IND READING COL.
Readings on major themes in the history and historiography of a geographical area or topic. Time period, area, and topic will vary with the instructor. Offered on request.
Not offered on a regular basis.

(HIST)EDHI 8000. History of American Higher Education. 4 hours.
Oasis Title: HIS AMER HIGHER ED.
Development and scope of American higher education.
Offered every year.

HIST 8010. Seminar in Early American History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM EARLY AMER HIS.
A research seminar in early American history. Native Americans, Spanish and French borderlands, British settlement, elaboration of colonial institutions, colonial wars, the American Revolution, and the rise of the new nation.
Offered every year.

HIST 8020. Seminar in Middle Period United States History. 3-15 hours. Repeatable for maximum 15 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM US 19TH CENT.
A research seminar in which students should produce a potentially publishable paper upon some topic relating to the American South, the American Civil War, or Reconstruction.
Offered every year.

HIST 8025. Nineteenth-Century American Community History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: 19TH C COMMUNITY.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
This course on American community studies in the nineteenth century explores the study of human relationships in a particular locale as effected by larger questions: war, race relations, gender and class conflict, industrial change. It considers public as well as private space; the mental world of individuals in relation to their communities, as well as the social, political, and economic ideology of communities.
Offered every even-numbered year.

HIST 8027. United States Women, Politics, and History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: US WOMEN POL HIS.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
This interdisciplinary course investigates reform and the changing meaning of gender from the Colonial to Post Modern period. An emphasis upon real rather than ideological politics is the focus of discussions of change and continuity. Other major themes include the meaning of politics and the evolution of women's politics.
Offered every even-numbered year.

HIST 8030. Seminar in Recent United States History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SEM RECENT US HIS.
Social, intellectual, cultural, and political developments in United States history since 1900.
Offered every year.

HIST 8300. Seminar in Premodern Europe. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM PREMOD EUROPE.
Selected topics in premodern European history.
Offered every year.

HIST 8310. Seminar in Early Modern Europe. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: EUR SEM 1350-1815.
Research seminar that will allow graduate students to work extensively on a particular theme in early modern European history, 1350-1815.
Offered every year.

HIST 8320. Seminar in Nineteenth-Century European History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 6 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM 19TH CENT EUR.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Selected research topics in nineteenth-century European diplomatic, political, social, economic, and intellectual history. Topics vary.
Offered every year.

HIST 8330. Seminar in Twentieth-Century Europe. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 9 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEM 20TH CEN EUROPE.
Research in twentieth-century European history. Topics will vary according to the interests of the students and instructors.
Offered every year.

HIST 8700. Seminar in World History. 3 hours.
Oasis Title: SEM WORLD HISTORY.
Methods, traditions, concepts, and literature of world history.
Offered every year.

HIST 8860. Seminar in History. 3 hours. Repeatable for maximum 18 hours credit.
Oasis Title: SEMINAR IN HISTORY.
Prerequisite: HIST 7900 or permission of department.
Seminar in historical or historiographical subjects for second-year masters and doctoral students.
Offered every year.

HIST 9000. Doctoral Research. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DOCTORAL RESEARCH.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Research while enrolled for a doctoral degree under the direction of faculty members.
Non-traditional format: Independent research under the direction of a faculty member.
Offered every year.

HIST 9010. Directed Study in History. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 12 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DIR STUDY HISTORY.
Prerequisite: HIST 7900 and permission of department.
Directed study for Ph.D. students who have completed all required courses and are preparing for written and oral preliminary examinations.
Non-traditional format: This course is a directed study and is to help prepare doctoral students for their oral and preliminary examinations once they have completed all other required course work.
Offered every year.

HIST 9300. Doctoral Dissertation. 1-9 hours. Repeatable for maximum 36 hours credit.
Oasis Title: DOCT DISSERTATION.
Prerequisite: Permission of department.
Dissertation writing under the direction of the major professor.
Non-traditional format: Independent research and preparation of the doctoral dissertation.
Offered every year.