• 4 Pages HullG572022
    HullG572022

    School: NYU

    New York University G57.2022 M.A. Pro-Seminar The Study of History Autumn, 2009 Wednesdays, 4:55-7:15 Professor Richard Hull Rwh1@nyu.edu 212-998-8649 KJCC Suite 710 Office hours: Wednesdays 3:45-4:45 P.M. Overview: The purpose of this seminar is to

  • 8 Pages MalinG572021
    MalinG572021

    School: NYU

    DRAFT 5/22/2009 (to be revised before fall) NEW YORK UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY THE HISTORIAN AND THE VISUAL RECORD G57.2021/G65.2026 Fall 2009 Tuesdays 4:55-7:55 p.m. KJCC #607 Gwynneth Malin gcm207@nyu.edu (212) 992-9791 Office Hours: By Ap

  • 7 Pages GrandinYoungG573213
    GrandinYoungG573213

    School: NYU

    Draft: Subject to Revision The American Empire: The New Left and its Intellectual Sources Fall 2009 Tuesdays, 10-12:15 607 KJCC Marilyn Young 212/998 3627; marilyn.young@nyu.edu Greg Grandin 212/998 3534; grandin@nyu.edu First Class: Last Class: Tues

  • 13 Pages DunkerleyG572707
    DunkerleyG572707

    School: NYU

    IDEAS AND POWER IN SPANISH AMERICA: 1512 TO "NOW" Course Outline and Reading List James Dunkerley j.c.dunkerley@qmul.ac.uk "The quiet and uneventful life of these countries in times of peace seems, to a traveller of northern origin, a proof of the i

  • 1 Page CaseyDinerG571419
    CaseyDinerG571419

    School: NYU

    New York University, Fall 2009 Graduate School of Arts and Sciences SEM Thurs 3:00 PM5:30 PM Ireland House G58.1419.001 / G57.1419.001 / G65.1419.001 Irish and Jewish Migrations to America Professor Marion R. Casey Professor Hasia Diner This course e

  • 3 Pages AppuhnG573603
    AppuhnG573603

    School: NYU

    APPROACHES TO HISTORICAL RESEARCH AND WRITING History G57.3603 Fall Semester 2009 Thursdays 4:55-7:35, KJCC 607 Karl Appuhn Office: KJCC 509 Phone: 998-8621 Office Hours: M 2-3, Th 3-4, or by appointment Email: appuhn@nyu.edu Description: This cour

  • 5 Pages SoltG571996
    SoltG571996

    School: NYU

    The Japanese Empire (G57.1996.001/G33.1996.001) George Solt The course examines the history of the Japanese Empire within the larger context of EuroAmerican empirebuilding and the development of international capitalism. We will progress chr

  • 1 Page KuppermanG572002
    KuppermanG572002

    School: NYU

    Syllabus G57.2002 Wednesday 2-4:45 KJCC527 The topic of this research seminar is Atlantic encounters in the early modern period. Such encounters were the result in part of the increasing activities of Europeans as they pursued newly open sea routes d

  • 5 Pages HodesG571607
    HodesG571607

    School: NYU

    PLEASE NOTE: The required reading list below is final, but the final syllabus will include lists of suggested review books for each week. COLLOQUIUM: RACE, CIVIL WAR, AND RECONSTRUCTION Department of History, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Ne

  • 2 Pages SartoriG572901
    SartoriG572901

    School: NYU

    LAND AND LIBERTY IN COLONIAL INDIA Week Two An Argument Andrew Sartori, "Beyond Colonial Governmentality and Sociological Transparency: Custom as Liberalism in Colonial Bengal." Week Three The Republicanism Thesis J.G.A. Pocock, The Machiavellian Mom

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