Courses

Each student will choose a set of courses that relate to her particular interests in the field of development. The following courses are focused on Public History, Archives, and Digital Media -related issues, but other courses could also count for the Nexus. 

  • Anthropology 216f – Collecting the Past: Art and Artifacts of the Ancient Americas

  • Anthropology 275 – Research Methods (plus Anthro275L – lab)

  • Anthropology 310f – Visual Anthropology in the Material World

  • Anthropology 320s – Manufacturing Knowledge

  • Art History 242f – History of Photography

  • Art History 250s – American Art of the Nineteenth Century

  • Art History 255s – American Art and Architecture 1620-1880

  • Art History 290f – Issues in Art History: Introduction to Classical Archaeology

  • Art History 300f – Critical Approaches to Art Historical Study

  • Art History 350f – Seminar in American Art: The Gilded Age

  • Geology 205s – Mapping and Spatial Analysis

  • Geology 320s – Research with Geospatial Technologies

  • History 170f – The American Peoples to 1865

  • History 171s – The American Peoples since the Civil War

  • History 203s – The Writing of History: Strategies, Dark Secrets, and Dangers

  • History 234s – The Atlantic World

  • History 235f – Native American History through 1865

  • History 237 – Disturbances: War, Violence, and the Aftermath of Conflict in Early North America

  • History 248s – Science, Revolution, and Modernity

  • History 257f – Research Methods in History: Environmental Change, and Public Health

  • History 274s – Blacks in the North, Revolution to Reconstruction

  • History 276f – U.S. Women’s History since 1890

  • History 281f – African American History, Precolonial to Emancipation

  • History 282s – African American History from Emancipation to Obama

  • History 283f – Topics in the Recent History of the United States: The United States since 1945: We Didn’t Start the Fire

  • History 301f – The Age of Emancipation

  • History 373s – Cartography and Exploration in Early North America

  • History 375f – American History: The Middle Period: Age of Emancipation

  • History 381f – Recent American History: America since the Great Depression Sociology 316 Black Cultural Production and Consumption

  • International Relations 200s – Research Methods

  • Sociology 315 - Black Cultural Production and Consumption