University of Vermont

2011-12 Online Catalogue

Courses in History (HST)

HST 009 - D2: Global History to 1500
The development and cross-fertilization of civilizations in Eurasia, Africa, and the Americas from about 3500 B.C.E. to A.D. 1500.
Credits: 0.00 or 3.00
HST 010 - D2: Global History Since 1500
Character, development, and emerging interdependence of the world's major civilizations since 1500.
Credits: 3.00
HST 011 - US History to 1865
Survey of American history from the pre-Revolutionary period through the Civil War era.
Credits: 3.00
HST 012 - US History since 1865
Survey of US history from the Civil War era.
Credits: 3.00
HST 013 - Ideas in the Western Tradition
Great books of Western civilization in their historical setting. Greece and Rome. Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in ENGS 027, ENGS 028, REL 027, REL 028, or Integrated Humanities Program.
Credits: 3.00
HST 014 - Ideas in the Western Tradition
Great books of Western civilization in their historical setting. Renaissance to Existentialism. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ENGS 027, ENGS 028, REL 027, REL 028, or Integrated Humanities Program.
Credits: 3.00
HST 015 - Early Europe
Survey of European history, 500-1648.
Credits: 3.00
HST 016 - Modern Europe
Survey of European history, 1648-present.
Credits: 3.00
HST 021 - Classical Greek Civilization
Cross-listed with: CLAS 021.
Credits: 3.00
HST 022 - Classical Roman Civilization
Cross-listed with CLAS 023.
Credits: 3.00
HST 035 - D2: History of India to 1750
Introduction to the early history of the Indian subcontinent, focusing on the political, cultural, and religious forces that shaped the region before British colonialism.
Credits: 3.00
HST 036 - D2:History of India since 1750
Survey of the modern history of South Asia from the advent of British colonialism to the present, focusing on colonialism, nationalism, globalization, and religious conflict.
Credits: 3.00
HST 040 - D2: African History to C-1870
Introduction to the political, social and economic history of Africa, focusing on the major events and forces that shaped the continent before the colonial period.
Credits: 3.00
HST 041 - D2: Africa C-1870 to Present
Introduction to African history from European conquest to the present, with special attention paid to African resistance, the nature of colonialism, and African independence movements.
Credits: 3.00
HST 045 - D2: Hst Islam&Middle E to 1258
Introduction to the major institutions evolved in the Middle East from the advent of Islam to the Mongol conquest of Baghdad in 1258.
Credits: 3.00
HST 046 - D2: Hst Islam&Mid E Since 1258
Introduction to the major institutions evolved in the Islamic Middle East since the Mongol conquest of Baghdad in 1258 to the present.
Credits: 3.00
HST 055 - D2:History of China and Japan
An introductory survey of the history of Chinese and Japanese civilizations from their Neolithic origins until the twentieth century.
Credits: 3.00
HST 062 - D2: Colonial Latin Amer Hist
Comparative survey concentrating on the complex cultural, economic, and political development of Spanish and Portuguese America from pre-Conquest to 1820.
Credits: 3.00
HST 063 - D2: Modern Latin Amer History
Comparative survey concentrating on Latin America from the independence movements to the present with emphasis on cultural, political, and economic development and U.S. intervention.
Credits: 3.00
HST 065 - History of Canada
Survey of Canadian history from aboriginal settlement to the present. Themes include Indian-White relations, colonial societies, national identities, American influence. Field trip to Canada.
Credits: 3.00
HST 067 - D2: Global Env History
The role and influence of nature on global human history and how people and cultures have influenced the natural world around them. May not be taken concurrently with or following receipt of credit for ENVS 167 since course requirements partially overlap.
Credits: 3.00
HST 068 - D1: Race & Nation in the U.S.
Survey of race relations and the construction of national identity in the United States from colonial origins to the present.
Credits: 3.00
HST 070 - Topics in Global History
Representative topics: "Golden Age of Piracy," "Global History and Total War," "Vikings." May be repeated for credit with different content.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
HST 072 - Graveyards,Tombs&Undertakers
This course explores the ways in which American cemeteries, burial practices, and grieving for the dead are studied.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
HST 073 - Topics in European History
Subjects vary by semester. Representative topics: "Europe Since 1945," "European's Women's History." May be repeated for credit with different content.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
HST 075 - Topics in VT History
Subjects vary by semester. Representative topics: "History of Lake Champlain," "Looking Around Burlington." May be repeated for credit with different content.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
HST 080 - Topics in US History
Subjects vary by semester. Representative topics: "Native American History," "The Golden Age of Sports." May be repeated for credit with different content.
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
HST 095 - Introductory Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 096 - Introductory Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 101 - History Methods
Students investigate the theory and practice of history by critiquing historians' methods, analyzing primary sources, and developing the necessary research/writing skills to construct historical arguments. Prerequisites: History major; three hours in History; Sophomore standing recommended.
Credits: 3.00
HST 106 - D2: Himalayas:1750 to Present
Explores the modern history of the Himalayas, examining how the region has participated in global struggles for power, enlightenment, capital, and control over the environment. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 107 - D2: Visual Cultures of India
Examines how visual materials (buildings, posters, film, clothing, etc.) have generated meanings in different historical contexts, and their use for social, cultural and political ends. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 109 - The British Isles, 1350-1688
Examines the social, cultural, and political history of the British Isles from 1350 to 1688, focusing on institutions, religious beliefs, literature, art, and everyday life. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 110 - Britain Since 1688
Examines the social, cultural, and political history of Britain since 1688, focusing on social movements and relations, gender, industrialization, popular culture, and the world wars. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 111 - The Cold War
The Cold War was an ideological and geopolitical struggle between the US and the Soviet Union. Its political, social, cultural, and economic repercussions will be addressed in this course. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 112 - D2: History of Zionism to 1948
A history of modern Zionism and the Zionist movement from its inception in Europe in the second half of the nineteenth century to the establishment of Israel. Prerequisites: HST Prerequisite: HST 010 or HST 016. Cross-listed with: HS 112.
Credits: 3.00
HST 113 - Global Hst in Age of Total War
Examines the relationship between the development of "total war" (including resource mobilization and popular nationalism in multiple nation-states) and major themes in modern global history. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 114 - East European Nationalism
Politics and culture of nationalisms in East-Central and Southeastern Europe since 1772, focusing on the Czech, Hungarian, Polish and Serb nations. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 016, HST 137, or HST 138.
Credits: 3.00
HST 115 - History of Poland
History of the Polish people and Polish state from the 10th century to the present. Strong emphasis on the 20th century. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 015, or HST 016. Cross-listed with: HS 115.
Credits: 3.00
HST 116 - Medieval Mystics & Heretics
This course covers the explosion of new religious ideas that characterized the period 1100-1500, and the Church's response to these challenges. Prerequisite: HST 015.
Credits: 3.00
HST 117 - Medieval Urban Legends
Examines legends from and about the European Middle Ages, analyzing how and why societies create and cling to intellectually improbable interpretations of the world. Prerequisite: HST 015.
Credits: 3.00
HST 118 - Postwar Europe
The course explores the changes and continuities in European societies following the devastation of the Second World War. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 119 - D2: Modern Jewish History
The history of the Jewish people from the 18th century to the present, focusing on Europe and the United States. Prerequisite: HST 010 or HST 016. Cross-listed with: HS 119.
Credits: 3.00
HST 121 - History of Greece
Cross-listed with CLAS 121.
Credits: 3.00
HST 122 - History of Rome
Expansion of Rome in Italy and conquest of the Mediterranean world: cultural conflict, development of a unifying national identity, and the foundation of European states. Prerequisite: HST 009, HST 022 or CLAS 023. Cross-listed with: CLAS 122.
Credits: 3.00
HST 125 - The Renaissance
European society from the 14th to early 16th century, emphasizing the transition from medieval to "modern" society and the roots of Renaissance Italy's cultural and artistic brilliance. Prerequisite: HST 009, HST 010, HST 014, HST 015, or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 126 - The Reformation
European society from the Renaissance to mid-17th century. Emphasis on religious struggles growing out of Protestant Reformation and their impact on the social, political, economic, and cultural movements of the era. Prerequisite: HST 009, HST 010, HST 014, HST 015, or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 127 - European Culture&Soc 1914-1945
Survey of European high modernism, focusing on the avant-garde, Stalinism, fascism, and popular culture. Prerequisite: HST 014 or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 128 - Eur Soc & Culture 1880-1920
European society and culture before and during "The Great War." Transitions in the arts, philosophy, science and technology, industry, dance, theatre, attitudes, and diplomacy. Prerequisite: HST 014 or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 130 - European Intellectual History
The history of ideas in Europe from the 15th to the 20th centuries. Topics vary according to instructor. Prerequisite: HST 009, HST 010, HST 014, HST 015, or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 132 - Modern Irish History
Ireland 1600 to present. English subjugation of Ireland, Anglo-Irish, emergence of Irish nationalism, Irish Literary Renaissance, Irish Free State, and ongoing problem of Northern Ireland. Prerequisite: HST 014 or HST 016.
Credits: 3.00
HST 137 - History of Russia to 1917
Russian political, social, and intellectual history from Kievan Rus' to the Revolutions of 1917, focusing on the Imperial period (1700-1917). Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 016, HST 114, or HST 138.
Credits: 3.00
HST 138 - History of Russia since 1917
Soviet political and social history, 1917-1991, centering on the Stalin era and on efforts of post-Stalin regimes to deal with the Stalinist legacy. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 016, HST 114, or HST 137.
Credits: 3.00
HST 139 - Modern Germany
Political, cultural, and social history of Germany from unification in 1871 through the Wilhemine empire, Weimar Republic, Nazi era, and postwar period. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 016, or work in German. Cross-listed with: HS 139.
Credits: 3.00
HST 140 - D2: W Africa:Holy War-Colonial
Lecture survey. Topics include: Sudanic states, Islamic revolution, slavery and the slave trade, European scramble and the African resistance, colonialism and the colonial state, African nationalism. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 141 - D2:History of Southern Africa
Lecture survey, covering the history of Southern Africa from the Bantu Migrations to the end of Apartheid. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 142 - Nigeria:Giant of Africa
History of Nigeria from earliest times to the present, concentrating on the impact of colonial conquest, nationalism and the politics and economics of independence. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 146 - D2:Hist of Modern Middle East
This course is designed to offer an historical understanding of social and political change in the Middle East during the 19th and 20th centuries. Prerequisite: HST 045 or HST 046.
Credits: 3.00
HST 147 - Ancient Law
Comparative study of three major ancient legal systems and their role in their respective societies:ancient Near East (Sumerian to Hittite), Greek and Roman. Prerequisite: Three credits in Classics, History, Philosophy, Political Science. Cross-listed with: CLAS 147.
Credits: 3.00
HST 148 - Ancient Egypt Through the Ages
A Thematic and historical introduction to the civilization of Ancient Egypt and its cultural position and influence in both the ancient and modern worlds. Prerequisite: Three credits in Classics/History. Cross-listed with: CLAS 148.
Credits: 3.00
HST 149 - D2:Hist of Ancient Near East
Survey of primary civilizations of Egypt and Mesopotamia and the secondary cultures of Anatolia, Syria-Palestine, Assyria, and Persia. Prerequisities: HST 009 or CLAS 021 Prerequisite: HST 009 or CLAS 021 (HST 021) or appropriate work in Classics. Cross-listed with: CLAS 149.
Credits: 3.00
HST 150 - D2: Modern China
China from the late Qing Dynasty to the present, with particular attention to the influence of Western imperialism, the process of revolution, and the Communist era. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 151 - D2: Modern Japan
Transition from tradition to modernity in Japan from the Meiji Restoration, 1868 to the present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 153 - Topics in Diplomatic History
Topics examining themes in U.S. diplomatic history. May repeat for credit with different content. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 154 - The Atlantic World 1400-1800
A cross-cultural and comparative study of the Atlantic World, 1400-1800, focusing upon social, cultural, religious and economic topics and themes. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 155 - Colonial North America
The political, economic and social history of colonial North America with special attention paid to cross-cultural and comparative history. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 156 - Samurai in History & Film
This course explores the history of the samurai class in Japan, as represented in primary historical sources, recent secondary scholarship and contemporary popular culture. Prerequisite: HST 055 or HST 151.
Credits: 3.00
HST 157 - Greek Feminism
The construction of the status of women in ancient Greek society. Readings include lyric, tragic, and comic poetry, philosophy, oratory, novel, and nonliterar documents. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing; three hours in literature, History, Anthropology, or Sociology. Cross-listed with: CLAS 157, WLIT 157..
Credits: 3.00
HST 158 - History of New England
History of New England as place and idea, exploring the process by which regional identities are formed and changed over time. Prerequisite: HST 011 or HST 012. Cross-listed with: VS 158.
Credits: 3.00
HST 160 - D2:Sex in Modern History
Explores the history of sexuality in Europe and North America since 1700, focusing on medical and scientific theories as well as sexual cultures and practices. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies. Cross-listed with: GSWS 131.
Credits: 3.00
HST 165 - Canadian-American Relations
Canada's relationship with the U.S. from the Revolutionary War to the present, emphasizing diplomatic, economic, social, and environmental relations in the 19th and 20th centuries. Prerequisite: Three hours of U.S. or Canadian history.
Credits: 3.00
HST 166 - Env History of N America
Examination of human-environmental interaction on the North American continent over the past five hundred years. Pre/co-requisite: Three hours History. Prerequisite: Three hours of History. Cross-listed with: ENVS 166.
Credits: 3.00
HST 167 - London: A Cultural History
Explores the cultural, social and political history of London from Roman times to the present, focusing on the city's geography, social structures, populations and institutions. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 170 - Historical Geography
Prerequisite: GEOG 050, GEOG 070, HST 011, or HST 012. Cross-listed with: GEOG 170.
Credits: 3.00
HST 171 - Social History of the U.S.
Selected topics in history of American society, including community structures, family life, work patterns, value systems, social class, and mobility. Prerequisite: HST 011 or HST 182.
Credits: 3.00
HST 172 - Social History of the U.S.
Selected topics in history of American society, including community structures, family life, work patterns, value systems, social class, and mobility. Prerequisite: HST Prerequisite: HST 012 or HST 182.
Credits: 3.00
HST 173 - Americans & Int'l Affairs I
A survey history of Americans and the U.S. in international affairs from the colonial period through U.S. entry into World War I in 1917. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 011, HST 012, HST 016, HST 036, HST 041, HST 046, HST 055, HST 063, HST 065, or HST 068.
Credits: 3.00
HST 174 - Americans & Int'l Affairs II
A survey history of Americans and the U.S. in international affairs from World War I to the present. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 012, HST 016, HST 036, HST 041, HST 046, HST 055, HST 063, HST 065, or HST 068.
Credits: 3.00
HST 177 - American Revolution
Survey of the Revolutionary Era, 1760-1791. Causes of the Revolution, War for Independence, establishment of the Constitution. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 179 - U.S. History Since 1960
Topical review of U.S. history since 1960, emphasizing problems of interpreting and reconstructing the recent past. Prerequisite: HST 012.
Credits: 3.00
HST 181 - Film and History
Topics in the history of American and European cinema and society, focusing on the filmmaker as historian and the film as historical artifact. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Film.
Credits: 3.00
HST 182 - History of Women in the US
Survey of the origins and changes in images, status, and roles of women in American society since the colonial period. Prerequisite: Three hours of History or Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies minor. Cross-listed with: GSWS 130.
Credits: 3.00
HST 183 - US Military History
Development of the U.S. military establishment within the framework of U.S. history from the Colonial era to the present. Prerequisite: HST 010, HST 011, or HST 012.
Credits: 3.00
HST 184 - Vermont History
Survey of Vermont history from early times to the present. Prerequisite: HST 011 or HST 012. Cross-listed with: VS 184.
Credits: 3.00
HST 187 - D1:Afr Amer Hst:1619-Civil War
Economic, social, political, and intellectual developments in U.S. history as they have affected and been affected by African-Americans, 1619 to Civil War. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 188 - D1:Afr Amer Hst:Civil War-pres
Economic, social, political, and intellectual developments in U.S. history as they have affected and been affected by African-Americans, Civil War to present. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 190 - The Holocaust
Study of the background, events, and aftermath of the Holocaust in Nazi Germany and Europe under German control. Prerequisite: HST 010 or HST 016. Cross-listed with: HS 190.
Credits: 3.00
HST 191 - World War II
Causes, conduct, and consequences of global war from 1931-1945, including social, economic, political, and diplomatic as well as military aspects. Prerequisite: HST 010 or HST 016. Cross-listed with HS: 191.
Credits: 3.00
HST 192 - Sp Meth Sec Ed for Soc Studies
Social studies curricula and selected social studies topics. Not acceptable toward fulfilling Arts and Sciences College major requirements. Prerequisite: Acceptance in teacher certification program.
Credits: 3.00
HST 195 - Intermediate Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 196 - Intermediate Special Topics
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisite: Three hours of History.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 197 - Readings & Research
Prerequisite: May be prescribed by an individual Instructor; Junior/Senior standing.
Credits: 3.00 to 6.00
HST 198 - Readings & Research
Prerequisite: May be prescribed by an individual Instructor; Junior/Senior standing.
Credits: 3.00 to 6.00
HST 199 - Internship in History
Supervised cooperative internship work in history in archives, museums, libraries, etc. To be individually arranged for each student. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing.
Credits: 3.00 to 6.00
HST 201 - History on the Land
Identifying and interpreting evidence of the cultural forces - early settlement patterns, transportation, industry, agriculture, planning, conservation - that have shaped our land, buildings, towns and cities. Cross listed with: HP 201.
Credits: 3.00
HST 209 - Seminar in Global History
Selected topics on the nature and results of interactions among the world's peoples. HST 209: to 1500. HST 210: since 1500. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History including HST 009 or HST 010.
Credits: 3.00
HST 210 - Seminar in Global History
Selected topics on the nature and results of interactions among the world's peoples. HST 209: to 1500. HST 210: since 1500. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History including HST 009 or HST 010.
Credits: 3.00
HST 211 - D2:Cultrs of Colonialism:India
Examines cultural expressions of colonial power through the example of British India, exploring colonialism's impact on Indian ideas about gender, family, caste, community, and nation. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 221 - Seminar in Ancient History
Selected aspects of Near Eastern, Greek, or Roman History (e.g. trade and colonization, imperialism, social and political institutions, cultural and intellectual developments). Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History. Cross-listed with: CLAS 221, CLAS 222.
Credits: 3.00
HST 222 - Seminar in Ancient History
Selected aspects of Near Eastern, Greek, or Roman History (e.g. trade and colonization, imperialism, social and political institutions, cultural and intellectual developments). Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History. Cross-listed with: CLAS 221, CLAS 222.
Credits: 3.00
HST 224 - Seminar in Medieval Europe
Selected topics on Europe from the Fall of Rome to the Renaissance. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History including HST 015; Junior/Senior/Graduate standing.
Credits: 3.00
HST 225 - Seminar in Early Modern Europe
Selected topics on European history from the Renaissance to the French Revolution. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 226 - Seminar in Modern Europe
Selected topics on European history from 1815 to present. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History including HST 014 or HST 016; Junior/Senior/Graduate standing. Cross-listed with: HS 226.
Credits: 3.00
HST 227 - Seminar in Modern Europe
Selected topics on European history from 1815 to present. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History, including HST 014 or HST 016; Junior/Senior/Graduate standing. Cross-listed with: HS 227.
Credits: 0.00 or 3.00
HST 228 - Seminar in Popular Culture
History of the attitudes of ordinary people towards every day life in European society from the Middle Ages to the present. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 237 - Imperial Russian History
Selected topics in Russian intellectual, social, and cultural history from the Petrine era to the end of the Romanov rule. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate Standing; twelve hours of History including HST 010, HST 016, HST 137, or HST 138.
Credits: 3.00
HST 238 - Seminar in Soviet History
Selected topics in Soviet social and cultural history from the Bolshevik Revolution to the death of Stalin (1917-53). Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History including HST 010, HST 016, HST 137, or HST 138.
Credits: 3.00
HST 240 - D2: Compar Slavery:Hist Persp
History of slavery from a comparative perspective, including Classical Antiquity, Islam and the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, and the Southern United States. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing.
Credits: 3.00
HST 241 - Seminar in African History
Topics in African history. Generally, the seminar will focus on one of three themes: Islam, slavery or urbanism. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 250 - D2: Seminar in East Asian Hst
Topics in the history of East Asia. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 252 - D2: Seminar on China
Selected topics on the history of China. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History, including HST 150 or equivalent.
Credits: 3.00
HST 265 - Seminar in Canadian History
Topics in 19th and 20th century Canadian history; national development, regionalism, multiculturism, and international relations. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 267 - Environmental History Seminar
Advanced reading and research on the role and influence of nature on human history and how people and cultures have influenced the natural world. Prerequisites: Twelve hours of History; Junior/Senior/Graduate standing. Cross-listed with: ENVS 267.
Credits: 3.00
HST 271 - Seminar in US Social History
Topics in U.S. Social History. HST 271: to the Civil War; HST 272: Civil War to the present. Prerequisite: Junior/ Prerequisites: Junior/ Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 272 - Seminar in US Social History
Topics in U.S. Social History. HST 271: to the Civil War; HST 272: Civil War to the present. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 273 - Seminar in Modern U.S. History
Selected topics in U.S. history, among them foreign relations, the role of the presidency, World War II, and the Cold War. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 274 - Seminar in Modern U.S. History
Selected topics in U.S. history, among them foreign relations, the role of the presidency, World War II, and the Cold War. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 284 - Seminar in Vermont History
Topical approach to Vermont history through original research utilizing primary sources available at UVM, the Vermont Historical Society, and the Vermont State Archives. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History, including HST 184 or permission.
Credits: 3.00
HST 287 - Seminar in Historiography
Topics and methods in contemporary historical writing. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing: twelve hours of History.
Credits: 3.00
HST 295 - Special Topics Seminar
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 296 - Special Topics Seminar
See Schedule of Courses for specific titles. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior/Graduate standing; twelve hours of History.
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 300 - Graduate Tutorial
Readings and research in a specific area; topics to be individually arranged; attendance in appropriate undergraduate courses may be required (see undergraduate catalogue).
Credits: 3.00 to 6.00
HST 301 - Graduate Historiography
Historical methods, philosophy of history, and the history of history writing.
Credits: 3.00
HST 351 - American Cultural History
Intended primarily for students in Historic Preservation, but open to other Graduate students.
Credits: 3.00
HST 391 - Master's Thesis Research
Required of all candidates for the M.A. Normally arranged for two semesters at three hours each.
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
HST 395 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 18.00
HST 397 - Special Readings and Research
Directed individual study of areas not appropriately covered by existing courses.
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
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