(No graduate degrees are offered)
HIST g313 The Age of Jefferson 3 credits. The emergence of the American nation focusing on Thomas Jefferson and his contributions. Special Emphasis on the American Revolution, nation-building, and the early years under the Constitution. PREREQ: HIST 121.
HIST g315 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 credits. U.S. 1840-1877. The origins of the war between the states and the legacy of the war and Reconstruction for North and South.
HIST g317 Industrialization and Reform in America 3 credits. U.S. 1877-1914. The emergence of a modern, industrialized society and its many problems; agricultural and labor protest and the challenge of new ideas in the social, economic and intellectual realms.
HIST g319 Twentieth Century America 3 credits. U.S. 1917 to present. The major political, social, and economic developments; the twenties; the Great Depression; the New Deal; and post World War II America.
HIST g320 Renaissance Creativity 3 credits. The social history of the imagination, 1300-1650. Examines comparatively the conditions promoting individual creativity in an age of significant cultural change. PREREQ: HIST 101.
HIST g322 Religious Reformation and Conflict 3 credits. The social history of the imagination, 1300-1650. Examines comparatively the conditions promoting individual creativity in an age of significant cultural change. PREREQ: HIST 101.
HIST g323 Old Regime and French Revolution 3 credits. A study of traditional European institutions, society and culture from 1650 to 1789 and their transformation in the age of the French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789-1815.
HIST g325 Industrialization and Social Change 3 credits. Impact of European and American Industrial Revolutions on diverse social groups and their ways of life, on social habits and customs, and on politics and culture. PREREQ: HIST 102, HIST 122.
HIST g326 Twentieth Century Europe 3 credits. Europe in crisis: the origins and consequences of World War I; the breakdown of the Versailles settlement; the Great Depression and the rise of the fascist states: World War II and the tensions of the Cold War.
HIST g336 Idaho and the Northwest 3 credits. Background for the settlement of Idaho: territorial development and statehood; Idaho in the twentieth century and its relation to the other states in the Pacific Northwest.
HIST g352 Islam and Nationalism in the Modern World 3 credits. A study of the interaction of Islam and national and ethnic identities in the Middle East including North Africa, from 1800 up to the present.
HIST g356 Imperialism and Progressivism 3 credits. A study of the world 1880-1920. Movements of change within the West, Third World responses to the Western challenge, and global crisis. PREREQ: HIST 252, HIST 254, OR HIST 255.
HIST g360 The Spanish Empire 3 credits. The geographic, cultural, economic, administrative and military dimensions of the encounters and conflicts among the peoples of a major global empire from its medieval beginnings to its final collapse in the Napoleonic era.
HIST g375 Early France and the Age of Chivalry 3 credits. Tests the assumption that French culture from AD 400 to 1400 epitomized the culture of the middle ages_imperialistic, romantic, religious, feudal and chivalric.
HIST g381-g382 Russian History 3 credits. Russia from its origins through the Great Reforms and the rise of revolutionary ideas in Czarist Russia to the revolutions of 1917 and the development of Soviet Russia.
HIST g405 Problems in History 3 credits. A thorough consideration of historical problems, particularly from a comparative perspective. Designed to give deeper insight into problems, issues, and topics which are treated more generally in other courses.
HIST g427 American West 3 credits. Comparison of various American Wests in reality and imagination; emphasis on exploration, settlement, ethnic groups, economic development, resource utilization, and cultural depiction. PREREQ: HIST 121, HIST 122.
HIST g429 Foreign Relations since 1900 3 credits. A study of foreign relations in the twentieth century from an international perspective. Special emphasis on the impact of wars on various peoples and cultures.
HIST g430 Environmental History 3 credits. Historical examination of the social, intellectual, cultural, ecological, and political aspects of human interaction with the North American environment from Asian migration to the present.
HIST g435 Colonial Frontiers in America and Africa 3 credits. A comparative examination of exploration, conquest, and resistance, and the interaction of cultures in frontier settings. Examines both the realities of the frontier and their impact on Western thought and imagination.
HIST g437 Families in Former Times 3 credits. Reconstructs the marriage patterns and domestic lives of people in pre-industrial Europe (1000-1700 AD).
HIST g439 Women in History 3 credits. Shifting images and perceptions of women and women's roles, as contrasted with the realities of women's lives with emphasis on l9th century Europe and America and the development of the movement for women's emancipation.
HIST g443 English History 3 credits. Survey of the more important British political, constitutional, economic, and cultural developments from Anglo-Saxon times to the Victorian Period.
HIST g444 Victorian England and After 3 credits. England, 1837 to the present. An examination of the cultural, social, political, and economic history of the most prosperous and productive period of English history including British national and imperial decline in the twentieth century. HIST g446 Social and Economic History of Greece and Rome 3 credits.
Investigates ways in which geography, demography and politics affected the mentalities and behaviors of social groups_women, patrons, clients and slaves_and the functioning of households, villages and cities.
HIST g448 Medieval Social and Economic History 3 credits. Analyzes the impact of political instability, migration and environment upon European women and men from roughly AD 400 to 1400 and their economic responses.
HIST g451 Constituting Modern Spain 3 credits. Comparative study of Spaniards' attempts to create a constitutional regime that would provide a stable political framework in the face of serious religious, national, and class divisions, 1808 to the present. PREREQ: HIST 102.
HIST g461-g462-g463 Independent Study 1-3 credits. Selected readings in areas and periods not covered by the regular curriculum offerings. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
HIST g491 Seminar 3 credits. Reading, discussion, and preparation of research papers on selected topics. (For seniors majoring in history.) PREREQ: HIST 291 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
HIST 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. May be graded S/U.