The study of European history through a topical approach Topics will vary from

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The study of European history through a topical approach. Topics will vary from semester to semester. 309 SELECTED TOPICS IN UNITED STATES HISTORY 3 F,S HIS 135; HIS 136; HIS 200 or cons inst req. May repeat for cr if topic different. This course focuses on a specific topic or era of United States history, emphasizing conflicting interpretations and use of primary sources. 310 NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY 3 F HIS 135 or HIS 136 or cons inst req. An examination of the major themes and events of Native American history and culture from pre-Columbian times to the present. 311 AGE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 3 The emergence of the United States as an independent nation from 1763 to the Constitutional Convention in 1787. 315 SLAVERY AND THE OLD SOUTH 3 HIS 135 or 257 or cons inst req. Historiography of slavery and the pre-Civil War South. 320 LINCOLN: THE MAN AND HIS TIMES 3 Any 200-level American History course or cons inst req. Attention directed especially toward the work of Lincoln in Illinois, his leadership during the Civil War, and his relation- ships with people and events of his time. 321 GREAT FIGURES OF AMERICAN HISTORY 3 Any 200-level American History course or cons inst req. Personalities selected from American history with empha- sis on the contributions and lasting influence of significant individuals. 322 AMERICAN URBAN HISTORY 3 1 of the following: ECO 238, GEO 204, HIS 200, POL 209, SOC 271; or cons inst req. Survey of the history of the American city from the Colonial Era to the present. 323 AMERICAN CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY: 1620-1860 3 HIS 135 or cons inst req. American progress in the fine arts, philosophy, literature, and science from Puritan times to 1860. 324 AMERICAN CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY: 1860-PRESENT 3 HIS 136 or cons inst req. The impact of naturalism, industrialization, secularization, and urbanization upon American culture since 1860. 325 PROBLEMS IN TWENTIETH- CENTURY UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY 3 Any 200-level American History course or cons inst req. Major problems in American constitutional history since the Progressive Era; civil rights, freedom of speech and religion, federal-state relations. 327 AMERICAN LABOR HISTORY 3 HIS 136 or cons inst req. The Industrial Revolution’s impact upon workers with emphasis on the responses through unions and politics and on the role of government. 329 RURAL LIFE AND SOCIETY IN THE U.S.: 1800-PRESENT 3 F Any 100- or 200-level United States History course or cons inst req. Examines American rural society from 1800 to the pre- sent, with emphasis on the impact of change upon farming communities. 330 THE FAMILY IN HISTORY 3 Any 100- or 200-level HIS course or cons inst req. History of the family in Europe and America, viewing the changes from idealist, economic determinist, family systems, and psychoanalytic perspectives.
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208 C A S History; Mathematics 342 EUROPEAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY SINCE 1600 3 HIS 101 or 102 or cons inst req.
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