Recent Graduate Courses

Recent Graduate Courses

Western Michigan University Department of History
Recent Graduate Course Offerings

In addition to the courses listed below, graduate students may enroll in a limited number of individualized directed readings credits with specific faculty members.
 

Spring 2013

5910 History and Memory Kachun
6120 Law and Power in Medieval England
Berkhofer
6060 Absolutism and Rev 18th - 19th Century Gray
6250 Problems in Cultural Res Management Sikarskie
6350 Research Tech Medieval History Simon
6750 Seminar in U.S. History Hadden
6980 College Teaching and Professional Activity Heasley


Fall 2012

5000 Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity Strong
5150 Museum Studies Sikarskie
6010 Historiography Palmitessa
6050 Readings in U.S. Womens History Coryell
6090 Ethnohistory Seminar Brandao
6120 Twelfth Century Thinkers Elder
6820 France & Italy in the Early Middle Ages Berto


Spring 2012

5850 WWII & Memory in Postwar Japan Yoshida
6120 Monastic Reform in Mid Ages Elder
6160 Europe and the World Rubin
6350 Research Techniques in Medieval History Berto
6440 Material Culture Borish
6780 Seminar in Recent U S History Martini
6820 Muslims & Jews in the Middle Ages Simon
6980 College Teaching & Professional Activity Kachun


Fall 2011

5150

Public History: Museum Studies

 

5500

Carolingian Monasticism

 Elder

6010

Historiography

Hadden

6050

Readings in Early American History

Hadden

6080

Readings in American Environmental History

Heasley

6090

Ethnohistory

 

6120

Readings: Rulers and Regions in Medieval Europe

Berkhofer

6160

Crime, Society, and the Law in Europe since 1750

Palmitessa


Spring 2011

5000

History and Memory

Kachun

5150

Public History: Documenting Place: Environmental Experiences

Chiarappa

6120

Readings: Medieval Italy

 Berto

6350

Research Techniques in Medieval History

Berkhofer

6750

Seminar in Early American History

Hadden

6820

Seminar: Mendicants and their Worlds

Simon

6980

College Teaching and Professional Activity

Palmitessa


Fall 2010

5150

Public History: Cultural Landscapes

Szylvian

5500

Medieval Latin for Historians

 Berto

6010

Historiography

Hadden

6080

Readings: US and the World

 Martini

6090

Ethnohistory

Julien

6820

Seminar: Medieval Historians and their Histories, 900-1200

Berkhofer


Spring 2010

6010

Historiography

Faires

6250

Cultural Resource Management

Chiarappa

6350

Research Techniques in Medieval History

Elder

6700

Rulers and Cities in Europe, 1400-1648

Palmitessa

6750

Seminar: America, 1763-1789

Brandão

6820

Seminar: Mediterranean Spain and the Catalan Grand Chronicles

Simon

6980

College Teaching and Professional Activity

Kachun


Fall 2009

5150

Public History: Museums and New Media

Szylvian

6010

Historiography

Faires

6090

Ethnohistory Seminar

Nassaney

6120

Medieval France, 930-1350

Berkhofer

6700

Environmental History

Heasley

6780

Seminar in Recent US History

Martini

6820

Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Venice

Berto


Summer I and II 2009

5960

Local History Workshop

 Szylvian

6360

Documentary Paleography

 Simon


Spring 2009

5850

Teaching about Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade

Haight

5850

War and Memory in Postwar Japan

Yoshida

6010

Historiography

Faires

6050

Readings in Early American History

Saillant

6120

Readings: Heresy, Inquisition, and Dissent in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

Simon

6250

Cultural Resource Management

Chiarappa

6350

Research Techniques in Medieval History

Elder


Fall 2008

5150

Public History: Cultural Landscapes

Szylvian

5850

Africa and the Atlantic Slave Trade

Beyan

6080

Readings in Modern US History

Martini

6090

Ethnohistory Seminar: Early Modern Worlds

Brandão

6120

Readings: Making History in the Early Middle Ages

Berto

6440

Material Culture and the Built Environment

Borish

6820

Seminar: Muslims and Jews in the Middle Ages

Simon

6980

College Teaching and Professional Activity

Julien

 

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