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History Immersion

The history immersion provides students with intensive study within the discipline of history. Students may choose to structure their immersion broadly, by choosing a wide range of historical topics to study, or narrowly, by choosing a particular area to study, such as American, European, or Asian history.

Choose three of the following:*
   HIST-201    Histories of Globalization
   HIST-210    Introduction to Africa and the Diaspora
   HIST-220    Introduction to Public History
   HIST-230    American Deaf History
   HIST-238    History of Disability
   HIST-240    Civil War America
   HIST-245    American Slavery and Freedom
   HIST-250    Origins of U.S. Foreign Relations
   HIST-251    Modern U.S. Foreign Relations
   HIST-252    The United States and Japan
   HIST-260    History of Pre-modern China
   HIST-261    History of Modern China
   HIST-265    History of Modern Japan
   HIST-266    History of Pre-modern Japan
   HIST-270    History of Modern France
   HIST-275    Screening the Trenches: A History of WWI Through Film
   HIST-280    History of Modern Germany
   HIST-290    U.S. History Since 1945
   HIST-301    Great Debates in U.S. History
   HIST-302    Special Topics in History
   HIST-310    Global Slavery and Human Trafficking
   HIST-321    Special Topics in Public History
   HIST-322    Monuments and Memory
   HIST-323    America‚Äôs National Parks
   HIST-324    Oral History 
   HIST-325    Museums and History 
   HIST-326    Doing History in a Digital World 
   HIST-330    Deaf People and Technology
   HIST-333    Diversity in the Deaf Community
   HIST-334    Oppression in the Lives of Deaf People
   HIST-335    Women and the Deaf Community
   HIST-345    Environmental Disasters 
   HIST-350    Terrorism, Intelligence, and War
   HIST-365    Conflict in Modern East Asia  
   HIST-369    Histories of Christianity
   HIST-390    Medicine and Public Health in American History 
   HIST-402    Special Seminar in History 
   HIST-421    Hands-On History  
   HIST-439    Biography as History
   HIST-450    Modern Japan in History, Fiction, and Film
   HIST-462    East-West Encounters
   HIST-465    The Samurai in Word and Image
   HIST-470    Science, Technology, and European Imperialism

* At least one course must be taken from the 300 level or higher.