Overview of the rise of the Nazi Party, how they took over Germany, the creation of a fascist state, geopolitical goals leading to World War II and the conceptualization and implementation of the "final solution."

An introduction to the discipline of world regional geography. We will concentrate on the elements that distinguish each region, such as landforms, climate, natural resources, economics, languages, religions, and history

Survey of United States history from colonial times to the Civil War.

A study of Western and non-Western cultures from 1600 through the present. Emphasis on the rise and decline of the modern West, its imperialism, and the emergence of modernized Western nations in the twentieth century.
Offered every semester.

Three hours.

A study of Western and non-Western cultures from 1600 through the present. Emphasis on the rise and decline of the modern West, its imperialism, and the emergence of modernized Western nations in the twentieth century. Offered every semester.

Three hours.

Seminar on the history of African Americans from colonial times to the present.  Major themes include African background, the experience of slavery, the politics of freedom, leadership, religion, civil rights, urban black life, and the issues surrounding race.  For both majors and non-majors interested in the history of black experience.

HI 440 - Seminar in Modern Europe