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    • HIST 3001 - C Ideas of History I 

      Stenhouse, William (2001-01)
      Course description: Why read or write history? How can we know about the past? What can historians’ work tell us about the period in which they wrote? This course is designed to address these questions, which are fundamental ...
    • HIST 1102 - L The Transformations of Europe, 1648-1989 

      Zimmerman, Joshua D. (2021-01)
      Survey of European history from the age of absolutism to the European Union of today. 0.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours --- This course is designed to introduce students to the history of Europe and of Europe’s relations ...
    • HIST 2225 - D1 Social Movements in US History 

      Kosak, Hadassa (2021-01)
      Course description: Social movement shave become a familiar presence in our contemporary political landscape. Who hasn’t heard of Colin Kaepernick who started a movement protesting police brutality by refusing to stand ...
    • HIST 1201 - M Survey of U.S. History 

      Burgess, Douglas R. (2021-01)
      Course Aims: This introductory course will explore the settlement and establishment of the American colonies, and their evolution into an independent nation. The purpose of the course is to provide students with a ...
    • HIST 2304 - B Modern Israel / JHIS 1511 - B Modern Israel 

      Kosak, Hadassa (2021-01)
      COURSE DESCRIPTION: While the course will address the topic of Israel and the Middle East and the Arab-Israeli conflict, our discussions will include topics of social, cultural, and political history of Israel since 1948 ...
    • HIST 2821/SOCI 1206 Introduction to Archaeology: A Survey of World Prehistory 

      Katz, Jill C. (2021-01)
      Course Prospectus: This course is an introduction to world prehistory, with an emphasis on the rise of social and political complexity. We begin with the cultural remains of nomadic peoples of the Upper Paleolithic. We ...
    • HIST 2141 - L Holocaust 

      Zimmerman, Joshua D. (2021-09)
      This course examines the fate of European Jewry between 1933 and 1945. We shall cover the rise and fall of the democratic Weimar Republic in the 1920s, the Nazi seizure of power, anti-Jewish policy and legislation in Nazi ...
    • HIST 2909 - L Media Revolutions: From Scroll to Screen ; ENGL 1728 - L Media Revolutions: From Scroll to Screen 

      Freedman, Jeffrey (2021-09)
      Surveys the history of media from the papyri scrolls of ancient Greece to the internet of the digital age. 0.000 TO 3.000 Credit hours This course surveys the history of media from the ancient world to the present. ...
    • HIST 2303 - B History of Palestine ; JHIS 1505 - B History of Palestine 

      Kosak, Hadassa (2021-09)
      History of modern Jewish settlement in Palestine under the Ottoman rule and the British Mandate, until the establishment of the state in 1948. Topics include: encounters and relations of the yishuv with Palestinian Arabs ...
    • JHIS 4936 - D1 Immigrant Nations US & Israel ; HIST 2913 - D1 Immigrant Nations: US & Israel 

      Kosak, Hadassa (2021-09)
      The course surveys the political, cultural, and social implications of largescale immigration to the US and to Israel. Historically, not all immigrants were welcome, and both nations have a record of resorting to selectivity, ...
    • HIST 2109: Kings and Queens in Early Modern Britain 

      Stenhouse, William (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      Course description: This course will examine the history of Britain in the early modern period (1450-1700), with special focus on the rulers. It will introduce the main political developments in this period, the main ...
    • HIST 2154: History of Modern Russia 

      Zimmerman, Joshua (Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University, 2022-01)
      This course examines the history of modern Russia from the second half of the nineteenth century to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1992. Topics include the Great Reforms of the 1860s, the period of reaction and ...