Syllabus Course Instructors Course title
Summer session A
Syllabus (no login required) HIST 1B-1 Ruiz, Teofilo Introduction to Western Civilization: Circa 843 to circa 1715
HIST 5-1 Stein, Sarah A. Holocaust: History and Memory
HIST 19-1 Ruiz, Teofilo Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars
HIST 97M-1 Woods, Damon Introduction to Historical Practice: Variable Topics in Southeast Asian History: Double Visions in Southeast Asian History
Syllabus (login required) HIST M103A-1 Tichindelean, Matei History of Ancient Egypt
HIST 112B-1 Phillips, David D. History of Ancient Mediterranean World
HIST 112D-1 Phillips, David D. History and Monuments of Ancient Greece: Field Studies
HIST 119D-1 Ruiz, Teofilo Topics in Medieval History
HIST 119D-2 Markman, Kristina Topics in Medieval History: Sex in Middle Ages
HIST 154-1 Gantner, Donald History of California
HIST 179B-1 Zeleny, Chien-Ling History of Medicine: Foundations of Modern Medicine
HIST 191B-1 Ruiz, Teofilo Capstone Seminar: History--Medieval
HIST 191C-1 Langdon, John Capstone Seminar: History--Europe: World War II, the Good War
HIST 195CE-1 Hirano, Katsuya / Withers, Amber Community and Corporate Internships in History
Summer session C
Syllabus (no login required) HIST 1C-1 Hunt, Lynn Introduction to Western Civilization: Circa 1715 to Present
Syllabus (login required) HIST 13C-1 Kelley, Robin D. G. History of the U.S. and Its Colonial Origins: 20th Century
HIST 19-2 Stevenson, Brenda Fiat Lux Freshman Seminars
HIST 121F-1 Renton, Kathryn History of Modern Europe: World War II and Its Aftermath, 1939 to Present
HIST M133C-1 Hilliard, Ryan History of Prostitution
HIST 140A-1 Corey, Mary 20th-Century U.S. History, 1900 to 1928
HIST M150B-1 Stevenson, Brenda Introduction to Afro-American History
HIST M150D-1 Gardette, Sheila Recent African American Urban History: Funk Music and Politics of Black Popular Culture
HIST M151D-1 Espino, Virginia Chicana Historiography
HIST M155-1 Gantner, Donald History of Los Angeles
HIST 157B-1 Terraciano, Kevin Indians of Colonial Mexico
HIST 191F-1 Momdjian, Maran Capstone Seminar: History--Near East: A Tale of a Few Cities: Economy, Culture, and Trade in the M.E in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries