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					                       Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                    Title   Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
              Number
                                   Designation
INSM      C   3940     Science     B,C,D          Jones/Kaye, T     2:10- Interdepartmental
                       Across                                       4:00 Seminar (INSM)
                       Cultures                                           examining the
                                                                          development of
                                                                          scientific thought
                                                                          from antiquity till
                                                                          the time of the
                                                                          European
                                                                          Renaissance, with
                                                                          attention to both
                                                                          the Islamic and
                                                                          Christian world.
                                                                          The purpose of the
                                                                          course is to
                                                                          expose the
                                                                          students to original
                                                                          scientific writings
                                                                          (all available in
                                                                          English
                                                                          translations) from
                                                                          various cultures
                                                                          and from differing
                                                                          historical periods in
                                                                          order to provide
                                                                          examples of the
                                                                          process by which
                                                                          scientific thinking
                                                                          itself has
                                                                          developed. As
                                                                          such, the course
                                                                          will NOT be a
                                                                          survey of scientific
                                                                          thought from
                                                                          ancient times till
                                                                          the Renaissance,
                                                                          but will use specific
                                                                          scientific examples
                                                                          from that time span
                                                                          to illustrate various
                                                                          strategies of
                                                                          scientific thought.

Open

Admitted:
1. Robert Fallahnejad,   rcf2009
2. Sofia Thanhauser,     sat2011
3. Madhav Sukumaran,      ms2192
4. Libbie Hayward,       lh2114
5. Emily Lent            el2142
                     Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                  Distribution
            Course
Subject                  Title    Group            Faculty   Day   Time       Description
            Number
                                  Designation
6. Elizabeth Grant     eg2086
7. Aliza Peyser        ap2187
8. Allison de Seve     ad2175

Waitlisted:
1. Beth Horwitz,     bh2041
2. Andrew Liebowitz, azl2001
3. Abby Deift,        ad2118
4. Aliza Chanales     ac2246

HIST      W 4023     The Religions A             McDonnell, R      11:00- Traces the
                     of the                      Myles             12:50 development of
                     Romans                                               religion in the
                                                                          Roman world from
                                                                          the archaic city
                                                                          (c.500 B.C.E.) to
                                                                          the adoption of
                                                                          Christianity in the
                                                                          4th century C.E.
                                                                          The focus will be
                                                                          on the inter-
                                                                          relationship of
                                                                          religion and socio-
                                                                          political authority.

Open

Admitted:

1. Tao Tan tt212
2. YING CEN yc2083
3. Susan Bierbaum scb2105
4. Robert Shaw rws2105
5. Ricky Turk ret2005
6. Libria Gibson lg2186
7. Lauren Melnick lam2011
8. Jennifer Soria js2441
9. John Shekitka jps2104
10. Edward Fox egf2102
11. Emily Reeves ebr2001
12. Beatrice Winner bw92
13. Buchanan J. Vines bjv2104

HIST      W 4024     The Golden    A             Billows,    T     2:10-
                     Age of Athens               Richard           4:00

   Open

   Accepted
                       Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                       Distribution
              Course
Subject                     Title      Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
              Number
                                       Designation
    1.    Jacoby, Susan … sej2006
    2.    Vargas, Johan … jmv2015
    3.    Arato, Julian … jla2104
    4.    Fox, Edward … egf2102
    5.    Hirth, Douglas ... dah2013
    6.    Shanor, Caroline … cs2114
    7.    Lin, Agnes … cl2139
    8.    Vines, Buchanan … bjv2104
    9.    Wallick, Brian … bhw2102
    10.   Winnik, Arielle … aw2138
    11.   Pulido, Alexandria … atp2102
    12.   Razack, Annabelle … ar2146
    13.   Sosa, Karen … kms2034
    14.   Castellano, Giuseppe …gcc2109
    15.   Spero M. Andreopoulos

HIST      W 4060       Laws of War     A              Kosto,      M     11:00- The course
                       in the Middle                  Adam              12:50 focuses on the
                       Ages                                                    perception and
                                                                               regulation of
                                                                               wartime practices
                                                                               (rather than on
                                                                               strategy, tactics,
                                                                               and weaponry) in
                                                                               the period 300-
                                                                               1500. Themes
                                                                               include: the just
                                                                               war tradition, the
                                                                               Peace and Truce
                                                                               movement, siege
                                                                               warfare, non-
                                                                               combatants,
                                                                               prisoners of war,
                                                                               ransoming,
                                                                               chivalry,
                                                                               ambassadors, and
                                                                               diplomacy.
                                                                               Students will
                                                                               conduct
                                                                               independent
                                                                               research on a
                                                                               particular conflict
                                                                               chosen in
                                                                               consultation with
                                                                               the instructor.

Contact instructor for open/closed status

Accepted:
pal2001 Luccarelli
                     Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                   Distribution
            Course
Subject                  Title     Group           Faculty   Day   Time      Description
            Number
                                   Designation
mgm2103 Matteini
mg2161 Gartenberg
jfp2008 Patteson
ice2102 Ericson
hrw2004 Wiener
efc2012 Combs
blk2007 Kaplan
av2134 Volkoff
ar2146 Razack
dgs2016 Shulevitz
jir2001 Ryzowy
dmw2016 Warner
jj2076 Jerabek
mdp2102 Pezley

Waitlisted:
jsg2216 Griggs
ajb2036 Baladchin
lh2214 Hayward
rjo2003 O'Neill

HIST      W 4100     Women's        A             Smith,     T     11:00- Through a survey
                     Lives in Early               Pamela           12:50 of women’s lives
                     Modern                                               from 1400-1800,
                     Europe                                               this course will
                                                                          examine the
                                                                          transformation in
                                                                          European ideas
                                                                          about the proper
                                                                          sphere for
                                                                          women during a
                                                                          crucial period of
                                                                          social and
                                                                          intellectual change.
                                                                          Students should
                                                                          gain an
                                                                          understanding of
                                                                          how new economic
                                                                          forces,
                                                                          professionalization,
                                                                          the scientific
                                                                          revolution and new
                                                                          ideas about
                                                                          gender affected
                                                                          the structure of
                                                                          society and the
                                                                          place of women in
                                                                          it.
Open
                         Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                     Distribution
             Course
Subject                      Title   Group           Faculty   Day   Time      Description
             Number
                                     Designation
Admitted:
1. Nicole Ogden          no80
2. Victoria Baranetsky    vdb2003
3. Leah Fine               lf2114
4. Jennifer Johns        jaj2014
5. Gia Curatola          gc2117
6. Emily Conroy          elc2021
7. Brittany Kaplan        blk2007
8. Aimee Higby            anh2003
9. Aubrey Medal           aem2108


HIST      W 4101         The World We A             Smith,     W     11:00- What was daily life
                         Have Lost:                 Pamela           12:50 like for the
                         Daily Life in                                      "average"
                         Pre-Modern                                         European in pre-
                         Europe                                             industrial society?
                                                                            This course will
                                                                            examine the
                                                                            material
                                                                            circumstances of
                                                                            life in Europe from
                                                                            1400-1800, and
                                                                            will investigate how
                                                                            historians are able
                                                                            to enter into the
                                                                            inner life and
                                                                            mental world of
                                                                            people who lived in
                                                                            past. How did
                                                                            people respond
                                                                            intellectually and
                                                                            emotionally to their
                                                                            material
                                                                            circumstances?
                                                                            The readings and
                                                                            discussions in the
                                                                            course aim to
                                                                            examine such
                                                                            questions, with an
                                                                            eye both to
                                                                            learning about the
                                                                            material conditions
                                                                            of life in pre-
                                                                            modern Europe,
                                                                            and to
                                                                            understanding the
                                                                            techniques by
                                                                            which historians
                                                                            are able to make
                        Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                      Title      Group            Faculty     Day   Time      Description
              Number
                                        Designation
                                                                                  the imaginative
                                                                                  leap back into the
                                                                                  mental world of the
                                                                                  past.
Open

Admitted:
1. Gregory Louis        gel2102
2. Alicia Kravitz         ark2017
3. Denise Warner        dmw2016
4. Gia Curatola          gc2117
5. Joshua Kirkpatrick   jjk2129
6. Jessica Glavin        jlg2109
7. Katelyn Crawford     kdc2004
8. Leah Fine            lf2114
9. Margaret Bryer       mab2111
10. Michael Shopsin     mfs99



RELI      V   4170      History of      A              Somerville,   M     4:10- The late 11th-
                        Christianity:                  Robert              6:00 century expedition
                        The World of                                             to the East and the
                        the First                                                world that
                        Crusade                                                  produced it.
                                                                                 Readings will be in
                                                                                 primary sources -
                                                                                 many are available
                                                                                 in translation - and
                                                                                 in recent
                                                                                 secondary
                                                                                 literature.




Open

Accepted:
Jessica Blakemore - jb2285
Michael Brown - mcb2025
Marie Deschamps - md2392
Alison de Seve - ad2175
Karen Dubinsky - krd15
Joshua Foster - jlf2026
Mihal Gartenberg - mg2161
Amanda Harris - abh2105
Claire Landau - cl2200
Gregory Louis - gel2102
Mark Matteini - mgm2103
Ashley Miller - asm2018
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                    Title       Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
            Number
                                       Designation
Johann Vargas - jmv2015

HIST      W 4307      Fin de Siecle    B              Berghahn,   T     4:10- Prerequisite: the
                      Europe and                      Volker            6:00 permission of the
                      the origins of                                          instructor. An
                      W.W.I                                                   examination of
                                                                              political, economic,
                                                                              social and cultural
                                                                              trends in Europe in
                                                                              the two decades
                                                                              before W.W. I. The
                                                                              course will be
                                                                              comparative and
                                                                              transnational and
                                                                              end with a close
                                                                              analysis of the
                                                                              European situation
                                                                              in July 1914.

Closed

Accepted:
Jonathan Stern, jas2117
Heather Wick, hew2107
Frances Howorth, fh2108
Elizabeth Peters, ekp2002
Elizabeth Grefrath, ecg2109
Dalen Cuff
Avery McNeil, asm2107
Annie Falk, aef61
John Wilkes, jlw2027
Micah Springut, mss2048
Masha Volynsky, mv2018
Naomi Hope, nh2138
Philip Fileri, pdf2004
Sheri Adler, sa2160
Spero Andreopoulos, sma2112
Yoav Fromer, yf2126

Waitlisted:
Jeffrey Griggs, jsg2116

HIST      W 4336      Art and         B               Winter,     T     2:10- This
                      Politics in                     Emma              4:00 undergraduate
                      Early Victorian                                         seminar will
                      England                                                 consider the
                                                                              relationship
                                                                              between art and
                                                                              politics in early
                                                                              Victorian England.
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                    Distribution
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Subject                   Title     Group            Faculty   Day   Time       Description
             Number
                                    Designation
                                                                             Topics to be
                                                                             addressed include:
                                                                             State patronage of
                                                                             the arts, public
                                                                             access to art, the
                                                                             battle of the styles,
                                                                             strategies of
                                                                             aesthetic
                                                                             governance,
                                                                             changes in artistic
                                                                             taste, the art
                                                                             criticism of John
                                                                             Ruskin, and the
                                                                             emergence and
                                                                             reception of the
                                                                             Pre-Raphaelite
                                                                             Brotherhood.

Open

Accepted:
Timothy Leeney tpl2001
Zach Dziedziak zbd1
Sarah Frankel sf2169
Susan Jacoby sej2006
Micah Springut mss2048
Jill Jerabek jj2076
Emily Holness erh2015
Carolina Sloser cp2118
Brigid Kelly bck2101
Ashley Peope ap2183
Aubrey Medal aem2108

HIST      BC 4368     History of the A,B           Valenze,    T     4:10-
                      Senses:                      Deborah           6:00
                      England &
                      France

Open

1.   BLEYER, Jamie     jb2405
2.   BRESCOLL, James jcb2111
3.   BROCKMAN, Susanna        sb2174
4.   CARDINALE, Amanda        ac2243
5.   CHAN, Jessica   jcc2029
6.   GOOD, Olivia    og2104
7.   KELLY, Brigid   bck2101
8.   PAREKH, Abdus   asp2019
9.   PEAY, Christina cp2151
                     Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                    Title       Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
            Number
                                       Designation
10.POPE, Ashley        ap2183
11. ROUHANI, Nina                  nr2140
12. SEIDMAN, David                 das2050
13. SIMCOX, Paige                  ps2177

HIST      W 4400     Americans      D                 Leach,      T     2:10-
                     and the                          William           4:00
                     Natural World,
                     1800 to the
                     Present

Open

Accepted:
Cara Spitalwitz--crs2021
Withdrawn
Katriana Roh--kgr2004
Perrie Briskin--pb2057
Emily Kleinman--erk2008
David Singerman--drs2017

HIST      W 4416     Interpreting      D              Baker, Ellen R    11:00- This course
                     the North                                          12:50 examines the
                     American                                                  significance of the
                     West                                                      West in American
                                                                               and Canadian
                                                                               history, focusing
                                                                               on state formation,
                                                                               Native American
                                                                               histories, land
                                                                               tenure, capitalist
                                                                               expansion, empire,
                                                                               environment, and
                                                                               myth.

Closed

Accepted:
Lauren Blaesing lb2101
Carter Crosby ccc2020
Thomas Dimopoulos td2120
Catherine Dyson cgd2009
Jessica Glavin jlg2109
Jennifer Johns jaj2014
Pete Johnson pej2103
Robert Meyerhoff rlm2003
Jonathan Stark jes2101
Hannah Vahl hv2016
Igor Volynets iv2012
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                      Distribution
             Course
Subject                    Title      Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
             Number
                                      Designation
Lauren Willoughby lkw2005

HIST      W 4429      Telling about   D              Fields,     R     4:10- Enrollment is
                      the South                      Barbara           6:00 limited; history
                                                                             majors in senior
                                                                             year have priority.
                                                                             A remarkable array
                                                                             of Wouthern
                                                                             historians,
                                                                             novelists, and
                                                                             essayists have
                                                                             done what Shreve
                                                                             McCannon urges
                                                                             Quenton Compson
                                                                             to do in William
                                                                             Faulkner's
                                                                             Absalom, Absalom
                                                                             - tell about the
                                                                             South - producing
                                                                             recognized
                                                                             masterpieces of
                                                                             American
                                                                             literature. Taking
                                                                             as examples
                                                                             certain writers of
                                                                             the 19th and 20th
                                                                             centuries, this
                                                                             course explores
                                                                             the issues they
                                                                             confronted, the
                                                                             relationship
                                                                             between time
                                                                             during which and
                                                                             about they wrote,
                                                                             and the art of the
                                                                             written word as
                                                                             exemplified in their
                                                                             work.
Please contact instructor for open/closed status

Accepted:
Blachman, Sara, sb2175
Cohen, Ashley, ac2161
Howorth, Frances, fh2108
Mackay, Alexander, aam2126
Shenk, Tim, tes2102
Sosa, Karen, kms2034
Webre, Jude, jpw2111
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                    Title     Group            Faculty    Day         Time     Description
             Number
                                     Designation



HIST      W 4517      Slavery,      D               Bennett,     W          4:10- A comparative
                      Race, &                       Herman                  6:00 survey of the major
                      Memory in the                                               issues in the
                      Americas                                                    evolution of African
                                                                                  slavery in the
                                                                                  Americas, and the
                                                                                  creation of
                                                                                  multiracial
                                                                                  societies in the
                                                                                  post-Emancipation
                                                                                  era.

TBA

HIST      BC 4546     Fourteenth     D              Rosenberg, W            2:10- The role of the
                      Amendment                     Rosalind                4:00 14th Amendment
                      and Its Uses                                                in shaping the
                                                                                  modern American
                                                                                  Constitution;
                                                                                  theories of judicial
                                                                                  review; the rise
                                                                                  and fall of
                                                                                  economic due
                                                                                  process; the
                                                                                  creation of civil
                                                                                  liberties; the civil
                                                                                  rights revolution
                                                                                  and the end of
                                                                                  states' rights.

Closed – Status may change in January; contact instructor for further information

Accepted:
Michael Blank                  mab2066
Jeremy Bressman                 job2101
Jennifer Broxmeyer              jbb2018
Lndsay Compton                  lc2168
Elizabeth Grant                 eg2086
Katherine Hanus                 klh2015
Kathleen Hersh-Boyle             kh2079
Jonathan Hunt-Glassman           jh2162
Karyn Lukoff                   kl2094
Michael Todd Mobley             mtm2106
Martha Norrick                  mn2133
Elizabeth Pantaleon             ep2074
Mira Siegelberg                 ms2450
Igor Volynets                  iv2012
Michael Wolk                   msw2023
                     Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                       Distribution
            Course
Subject                   Title        Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
            Number
                                       Designation
Lauren Zimmerman                  ljz2101

HIST      W 4563     Politics and      D              Cornog,     W     4:10- This course
                     the Press:                       Evan              6:00 examines the
                     The                                                      press's role in
                     Presidency                                               American politics
                                                                              from the
                                                                              eighteenth century
                                                                              to the present.
                                                                              Both "press" and
                                                                              "politics" are
                                                                              broadly defined.
                                                                              While parts of the
                                                                              course will look at
                                                                              newspaper
                                                                              coverage of
                                                                              political
                                                                              campaigns, the
                                                                              course will also
                                                                              consider the role of
                                                                              political pamphlets
                                                                              in bringing about
                                                                              the American
                                                                              Revolution, how
                                                                              reform groups
                                                                              (such as the
                                                                              abolitionists) have
                                                                              used the press to
                                                                              advance their
                                                                              agendas, and how
                                                                              efforts in various
                                                                              media--the
                                                                              cartoons of
                                                                              Thomas Nast, the
                                                                              radio broadcasts of
                                                                              F.D.R. and Father
                                                                              Coughlin, the
                                                                              Kennedy-Nixon TV
                                                                              debates--have
                                                                              altered American
                                                                              politics. Among the
                                                                              subjects the
                                                                              course will
                                                                              consider Thomas
                                                                              Jefferson and the
                                                                              press, muckraking,
                                                                              yellow journalism
                                                                              and the Spanish-
                                                                              American War,
                                                                              McCarthyism,
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                     Distribution
            Course
Subject                    Title     Group            Faculty    Day         Time      Description
            Number
                                     Designation
                                                                                    Vietnam, and the
                                                                                    modern political
                                                                                    scandal from
                                                                                    Watergate to the
                                                                                    Starr Report.

Closed – Status may change in January; contact instructor for further information

Accepted:
Robert Wray
Stephen Davis
Mariya Kovalenko
Jacob Beam
Brook Kunzel
Lauren Randall

Waitlisted:
Kendall Murphy

HIST      W 4583      History of   D                Watkins,     R          11:00- It is well known
                      Harlem 1950-                  Beverly                 12:50 that, in the 1960's
                      1990                                                         the decline in
                                                                                   unskilled
                                                                                   manufacturing
                                                                                   jobs, coupled with
                                                                                   the inability of
                                                                                   blacks to enter
                                                                                   inustries requiring
                                                                                   higher skills,
                                                                                   contribute to high
                                                                                   rates of
                                                                                   unemployment and
                                                                                   poverty and,in turn,
                                                                                   increased
                                                                                   morbidity and
                                                                                   mortality in harlem.

Open

Accepted:
Diya Basu-Sen db2103
Jarmin Yeh jcy2104
Kasandra Scales kls2123
Leanne Tomar lt2120
Zachary Luck zjl2001

HIST      W 4586      Labor and                     Baker, Ellen M          2:10- This course
                      Class                                                 4:00 introduces
                      Relations in                                                students to the
                      the Americas                                                comparative study
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
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Subject                   Title     Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
             Number
                                    Designation
                                                                            of class relations in
                                                                            Latin America, the
                                                                            United States, and
                                                                            Canada. Topics
                                                                            include the
                                                                            transitions to "free"
                                                                            labor systems, sex
                                                                            and ethnic
                                                                            divisions of labor,
                                                                            labor migration,
                                                                            state power, and
                                                                            imperialism.

Closed

Accepted:

Victoria Baranetsky vdb2003
Erin Boatman eb2109
Joanna Bove jb2403
Christopher Fasano caf2103
Emily Kleinman erk2008
Janine Lebofsky jl2250
Daniel Magariel dam2124
John Mulhern jcm2109
Josh Niehaus jan2112
Martha Norrick mn2133
Nicole Ogden no80
Daniel Rinzler dsr2102
Daniel Seidman das2050
Matthew Smith mas2093

HIST      BC 4586     The Civil     D              Russell,    T     2:10- This course
                      Rights and                   Thad              4:00 examines the
                      Black Power                                          history and
                      Movements                                            legacies of the civil
                                                                           rights and black
                                                                           power movements
                                                                           of the 1950s and
                                                                           1960s from an
                                                                           interdisciplinary
                                                                           perspective, with
                                                                           special emphasis
                                                                           on primary sources
                                                                           including
                                                                           speeches, legal
                                                                           documents,
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                     Distribution
             Course
Subject                   Title      Group           Faculty   Day   Time       Description
             Number
                                     Designation
                                                                             pamphlets,
                                                                             manifestoes, oral
                                                                             histories, memoirs,
                                                                             and various art
                                                                             forms. We will
                                                                             examine a wide
                                                                             variety of activities
                                                                             that took place
                                                                             within and around
                                                                             the movements,
                                                                             from political
                                                                             protests to cultural
                                                                             expressions, and
                                                                             will pay particular
                                                                             attention to the
                                                                             motivations,
                                                                             objectives, and
                                                                             perceptions of the
                                                                             movement's
                                                                             participants.

Closed

ADMITTED:
Lauren Belive
Joanna Bove
Janice Burrell
Polly Coassin
Danielle Coffey
Elisa Davis
Tanya Gideonse-Wright
Megan Greenwell
Sasha Gronim
Sarah Kukin
Sophie Scharf
Lauren Shell
Elana Stiefel
Betsy Summers
Zach Zill

WAITING LIST:
Erin Boatman
Vikky Urena
Chris Peregrin
David Adelsberg

HIST      BC 4592     From Sea to    D              McCaughey, W     4:10-
                      Shining Sea:                  Robert           6:00
                      American
                      Maritime
                       Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                       Distribution
             Course
Subject                    Title       Group            Faculty   Day   Time    Description
             Number
                                       Designation
                       History Since
                       the 1850s

Open

Accepted:
 Mosner, Blair
 McAndrew, Michael
 Johnson, Peter               pej2103
 Tomar, Leanne                lt2120
 Worthington, Leslie          ldw2009
 Hwang, Jessica               jh2247
 Davis, Jared                 jd2084
 Schwartz, Ilam               ias2001
 DiPietro, Gillian            gd2113
 Summers, Betsey              es1249
 Caston, Elizabeth
 Shanor, Caroline             cs2114
 Davis, Chad                  cad2029
 Wolfson, Brian               bsw1010
 Lindbey, Blake               brl2004
 Seybold, Amanda              as2392
 Weisgall, Andrew             ajw2014
 Piloto, Augustine            ajp2105
HIST      W 4614       The French   B                 Birnbaum,   W     4:10-
                       Republic and                   Pierre            6:00
                       Minorities:
                       Jews,
                       Muslims,
                       Protestants.

Contact instructor for open/closed status

Accepted:
mas 2093
mb 2427
mjm 2120
pdf2004
rb2259

sat2011
scg2101
sf2169
sp2207

HIST      BC 4651      Jewish Tales    B,C,D          Moya, Jose T      2:10-
                       From Four                                        4:00
                      Spring 2006 Undergraduate History Seminars
                                      Distribution
             Course
Subject                    Title      Group            Faculty   Day   Time      Description
             Number
                                      Designation
                      Cities, c.
                      1880-1930

Contact instructor for open/closed status

Accepted:
Tamar Ravinowitz tsr2107
Yael    Fachler jpj2104
Sarah Sundberg srs2101
Shera Carlson sec2014
Stefanie Blechman sab2109
Rebecca         Wolinsky rw2057
Lisa    Heffner lrh2009
Laura Hoch lh2161
Kimberly Endelson kre2003
Jeffrey Haberman jh2186
Joshua Gajer jeg2113
Hillary Brody hb2141
Gabriela Tabacinic gt2110
Elisheva Bernstein eb2160
David Raisler dmr2120
Amy     Shadden         aes2127
Joel    Rysowy jpj2104

HIST      W 4713      Orientalism    C               Khalidi,    T     2:10- This course will
                      and the                        Rashid            4:00 examine some of
                      Historiography                                         the problems
                      of the Other                                           inherent in
                                                                             Western historical
                                                                             writing on non-
                                                                             European cultures,
                                                                             as well as broad
                                                                             questions of what it
                                                                             means to write
                                                                             history across
                                                                             cultures. The
                                                                             course will touch
                                                                             on the
                                                                             relationship
                                                                             between
                                                                             knowledge and
                                                                             power, given that
                                                                             much of the
                                                                             knowledge we will
                                                                             be considering was
                                                                             produced at a time
                                                                             of the expansion of
                                                                             Western power
                                                                             over the rest of the
                                                                             world. By
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                                 Designation
                                                                          comparing some of
                                                                          the "others" which
                                                                          European
                                                                          historians
                                                                          constructed in the
                                                                          different non-
                                                                          western societies
                                                                          they depicted, and
                                                                          the ways other
                                                                          societies dealt with
                                                                          alterity and self, we
                                                                          may be able to
                                                                          derive a better
                                                                          sense of how the
                                                                          Western sense of
                                                                          self was
                                                                          constructed.

Closed

Accepted:
Yoon hhy2001
Singerman drs2017
Vigil djv2112
Salfas bjs2106
Liebowitz azl2001
Stern ays2007
Parekh asp2019
Kang jlk2021
Reyes lr2120
Sohm mgs2026
O'Neill rjo2003
Otheguy rao2006
Klebanov mmk2111
Crooms sjc2102
Weinfield sw2135

HIST      W 4761     The Voice of B,D           Spitzer, Leo T    4:10-   How reliable and limited
                                                                          is historical evidence
                     The Past:                                    6:00    based on spoken
                     Testimony,                                           testimony? What are the
                     Oral History                                         social and psychological
                                                                          forces shaping memory -
                     and Historical                                       what and how we
                     Memory                                               remember - and how we
                                                                          represent the past in oral
                                                                          narrative? Do factors
                                                                          such as time, age, class
                                                                          background, gender, and
                                                                          ideology influence what
                                                                          and how we remember,
                                                                          and how we represent
                                                                          what we recall? And what
                                                                          about the representation
                                                                          of traumatic experience?
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                                  Designation
                                                                        Are spoken testimonies
                                                                        and, by extension, oral
                                                                        histories, limited by their
                                                                        very reliance on
                                                                        language and narrative
                                                                        as the vehicles for their
                                                                        expression? Are they
                                                                        unable to reveal, and to
                                                                        bring into history, the
                                                                        realm of encapsulated,
                                                                        bodily, traumatic
                                                                        experience that Charlotte
                                                                        Delbo has called "deep
                                                                        memory"? This seminar
                                                                        will address these and
                                                                        other theoretical
                                                                        questions through a
                                                                        range of oral accounts
                                                                        (some in the Columbia
                                                                        Oral History Research
                                                                        Office collection) focusing
                                                                        on experiences of war
                                                                        and social conflict in the
                                                                        20th-century. Among
                                                                        others, we will examine
                                                                        testimonies before the
                                                                        Truth and Reconciliation
                                                                        Commission of South
                                                                        Africa and from
                                                                        Holocaust survivors,
                                                                        accounts from the World
                                                                        War II, Vietnam and 9/11,
                                                                        and engage the historical
                                                                        and artistic use and
                                                                        transformation of oral
                                                                        narrative in works by
                                                                        Alessandro Portelli,
                                                                        Claude Lanzmann, Art
                                                                        Spiegelman, Tim O'Brien,
                                                                        Anna Deavere Smith,
                                                                        and Erroll Morris.


Open

Accepted:
•Sharon Chin smc2105
•Margaret Bryer mab2111
•Keith Hernandez keh2101
•Jeffrey Hull jsh2134
•Cara Spitalewitz crs2021
•Bari Weiss bw2113
•Blair Mosner bm2127
•Robert Shaw rws2105
•Nandi Chandraseharan nc2121

•Matthew Sohm mgs2026
•Jonathan Stark jes2102
•Liz Maynes-Aminzade
Davida Schiff
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Waiting List:
•Elizabeth Pantaleon ep2074

HIST      W 4768      Writing      C               Mann,       M     2:10- An exploration of
                      Contemporary                 Gregory           4:00 the historiography
                      African                                              of contemporary
                      History                                              (post-1960) Africa,
                                                                           this course asks
                                                                           what African
                                                                           history is, how it is
                                                                           (or is not) distinct
                                                                           from other fields of
                                                                           history, why it is
                                                                           written, and what is
                                                                           at stake in its
                                                                           production.
                                                                           Particular focus on
                                                                           themes of nation
                                                                           and crisis.

Open

Accepted:
1. Ashley Davidson acd2011
2. Jeremy Dell jad2037
3. Heran Getachew hg2029
4. Liliana Reyes lr2120

HIST      BC 4804     Political     C              Rao,        W     02:10- Explores the
                      Modernity :                  Anupama           04:00 constitution and
                      Themes in                                             the South Asian
                      South Asian                                           citizen-subject over
                      History                                               the 19th and 20th
                                                                            centuries.
                                                                            Addresses the
                                                                            following themes:
                                                                            labor, caste
                                                                            movements,
                                                                            gender and social
                                                                            reform, Partition
                                                                            narratives, law and
                                                                            "reservations."
                                                                            Focuses on the
                                                                            histories of
                                                                            democracy and
                                                                            secularism in
                                                                            South Asia.

Open
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                                      Designation

ACCEPTED
1) sjc2102; Stephen Crooms
2) rh2171; Rabia HAssan
3) qn2002; Qudsiya Naqvi
4) pn2007; Pia Naib
5) Nga Chan; nc2233
6) Nandini Chandrasekharan; nc2121
7) crc2101; Cesar Cortez
8) ms2192; Madhav Sukumaran
9) cc2109; Cassidy Luitjen
10) at2152; Anne Tatreau

WAITLISTED:
1) Withdrawn
2) rcf2009; Robert Fallahnejad

HIST      BC 4861     Body           A,C             Ko, Dorothy R     2:10-
                      Histories: The                                   4:00
                      Case of Foot
                      Binding

Contact instructor for open/closed status

1. Erin Bassett-Novoa, eb2111
2. Sabrina Brem, sb2365
3. Irene Chang, ic2033
4. Christine Chung, chc2011
5. Joanna Geneve, jeg2018
6. Aimee Higby, anh2003
7. Maggie Jenks-Daly, mj2070
8. Alicia Kravitz, ark2017
9. Amanda Lui, al2279
10. Chris Peregrin, cp2145
11. Regina Shulimovich, rs2171
12. Ana Carolina Sloser, cp2118
13. Nicole Tague, nat2106
14. Allison Titman, at2098
15.Arielle Winnik, aw2138

HSEA      W 4869      History of    A,C              Li, Feng    R     2:10- In this upper level
                      Ancient China                                    4:00 course, we will
                      to the End of                                          detail the
                      Han                                                    development of
                                                                             early Chinese
                                                                             civilization and
                                                                             discuss a series of
                                                                             cultural and
                                                                             institutional
                                                                             inventions. The
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                                                                                course will also
                                                                                provide a
                                                                                systematic
                                                                                introduction to the
                                                                                most fascinating
                                                                                archaeological
                                                                                discoveries in the
                                                                                past century.

Open

Accepted:
Tao Tan tt2124
Ying Cen yc2083

HSEA      W 4890     Historiography A,C           Zelin,      T          11:00- Major issues in the
                     of East Asia                 Madeleine              12:50 practice of history
                                                                                illustrated by
                                                                                critical reading of
                                                                                important historical
                                                                                works on East
                                                                                Asia. Designed
                                                                                primarily for majors
                                                                                in East Asian
                                                                                studies in their
                                                                                junior year and
                                                                                lower-level
                                                                                graduate students;
                                                                                others may enroll
                                                                                with the instructor’s
                                                                                permission. CC GF
                                                                                GS

TBA

HIST      W 4900     Historian's   ABCD           Blackmar,   R         2:10- Intended for history
                     Craft                        Elizabeth             4:00 majors this course
                                                              ***Day          raises the issues of
                                                              Change***       the theory and
                                                                              practice of history
                                                                              as a discipline.
                                                                              Special emphasis
                                                                              on
                                                                              conceptualization
                                                                              of research topics
                                                                              and subsequent
                                                                              investigation of
                                                                              appropriate
                                                                              archives.
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                                      Designation

Open

Accepted:
Julian Arato jla2104
Matthew Christiansen mrc2104
Sarah Goldberg scg2101
David Greenhouse 3lg2103
Madeline Lewis msl2003
Sarah Pollack 2p2207
Tim Shenk tes2102
David Vigil djv2112
Lauren Willoughby lkw2005

HIST      BC 4901       Reacting to   ABCD           Carnes,     MW    2:40-
                        the Past II                  Mark              3:55

Open

Admitted:
1. Aliza Chanales          ac2246
2. Andrea Grossman       ag2163
3. Andrew Weisgall        ajw2014
4. Danielle Coffey       dc2156
5. Debora Silberman      ds2197
6. Devorah Wolf          dw2118
7. Leora Falk              lf2111
8. Laura Hoch             lh2161
9. Lindsay Sohacheski   lss2110
10. Rebecca Benedict     rb2259
11. Shira Goldstein      sg2169
12. Sara Pollack         sp2207
13. Tashina Graves      tg2146
14. Tiffany Kim            tk2069

				
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