Spring 2018 Graduate Seminars in History
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Spring 2018 Graduate Seminars in History
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grad sem280DMedicine and SocietyEder
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grad sem285DUS topicHenkin
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grad sem280EAtlantic World topicSchneider
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grad sem280/285BMedievalKoziol
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grad sem280AAncientMackil
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grad sem280AMary: A Global IconAngelova
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grad sem275B20th Century EuropeConnelly
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grad sem280BCapitalismVanessa Ogleadded 6/23/17
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grad sem280BModern Germany
DAAD: Isabel Richter
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grad sem280BEarly Modern EuropeSahlins
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grad sem280B/285BUrban JewsEfron
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grad sem285UEuropean Cultural HistoryLaqueur
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grad sem280FChina topicBrooks Jessup
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grad sem280U/285U
Politics, Culture and the City at the Dawn of the Modern World
Kaicker
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grad sem
275F or 280F
East Asia topicTackett
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grad sem280/285HAfrican History Kanogo
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grad sem280SEmbedded History of Science/STSCarson
topic updated 7/6/17
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grad semc251Science Research SeminarMorgan Ames
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grad sem290Science ColloquiumMazzotti
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grad methods
283Methods Shagan
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*please be aware that seminar offerings can change at any time up to the start of the term.
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