Department of History and Philosophy

Resources / Course Syllabi

Listed below are the current and past syllabi for courses. Please note that course syllabi sometimes change during a semester and those changes may not reflected on this page. Always consult your professor about any discrepancies.


Spring 2016


History Course Syllabi


HIST 1100- Intro to World History

HIST 1111- Pre-Modern History

HIST 1112- Modern World History

HIST 2111- United States History to 1877

HIST 2112- United States History Since 1877

HIST 2206- Origins of Great Traditions

HIST 3100- Historical Methods

HIST 3304- History of Georgia

HIST 3305- The World Since 1945

  • Racel, Masako- TR 3:30pm
  • Vladimirov, Katya- MW 9:30am

HIST 3327- Architectural History

HIST 3328- Introduction to Archives and Records Management

HIST 3331- History of Religion in U.S.

HIST 3332- U.S. Social and Cultural History

HIST 3334- The Africans in the Diaspora

HIST 3335- African American History, 1865 to Present

HIST 3337- Greek and Roman History

HIST 3340- U.S. Military Experience

HIST 3341- Women in U.S. History and Culture

HIST 3355- Modern Ireland

HIST 3367- History of Brazil

HIST 3371- Modern Europe

HIST 3373- Modern India and South Asia

  • Ronnenberg, Ryan- Online

HIST 3376- Historiographical Debates

HIST 3382- North Africa and the Middle East in Modern Times

HIST 3390- History of the Atlantic World

HIST 3393- Emerging Themes in African History

HIST 3398- Internship

HIST 4411- The American Revolution

HIST 4426- Documentation and Interpretation of Historic Sites

HIST 4454- Twentieth Century Europe

HIST 4456- World War II

HIST 4461- Gilded Age & Progressive Era

HIST 4471- Recent United States History

HIST 4488- Approaches to World History

HIST 4495- Research Seminar in US History

HIST 4499- The United States in World Affairs, 1914-1990

HIST 4499- Writing the History of Suppressed Voices

  • Ronnenberg, Ryan- TR 11:00am

 

Philosophy Course Syllabi


PHIL 2200- Ways of Knowing

PHIL 2500- Logic

PHIL 2700- Methods and Themes in Comparative Philosophy

PHIL 3010- Modern Western Philosophy

PHIL 3210- Latin American and Caribbean Philosophy

PHIL 4200- Indian Philosophy

PHIL 4460/4499- Philosophies of Nature

 

History Education Course Syllabi


HIED 4413/4414 Teaching of Social Sciences (6-12)

  • Syllabus

HIED 4660 Yearlong Clinical Exp II