History

HIST-A 314 The United States 1917-1945 (3 cr.)   Political, demographic, economic, and intellectual transformations of 1917-1945; World War I, the twenties, the Great Depression, New Deal, World War II.

HIST-A 317 American Social History, 1865 to Present (3 cr.)   Development of modern American intellectual and social patterns since the Civil War. Social thought, literature, science, the arts, religion, morals, education.

HIST-A 346 American Diplomatic History (3 cr.)   I. American diplomacy from 1775 to 1823; diplomacy of American continental expansion to 1898. II. America as a world power. Involvement in Far Eastern affairs after 1898, diplomacy of World Wars I and II, developments to present. PUL=5

HIST-A 348 Civil War and Reconstruction (3 cr.)   The era of the Civil War and its aftermath. Military, political, economic, and social aspects of the coming of the war, the war years, and the ''reconstruction'' era following the conflict.

HIST-A 363 Survey of Indiana History (3 cr.)   Examination of Indiana history that focuses on significant persons, topics, and events from the earliest exploration and settlement of the state to the present day.

HIST-A 364 History of Black Americans (3 cr.)   A survey of black life in America: the Atlantic slave trade, slavery, Afro-American culture, racism, Civil War and Reconstruction, peonage, segregation, northern migration, urban ghettos, discrimination, Harlem Renaissance, black nationalism, civil rights, black revolt, contemporary setting.

HIST-H 105 American History I (3 cr.)   I. Colonial period, Revolution, Confederation and Constitution, national period to 1865. II. 1865 to present. Political history forms framework, with economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history interwoven. Introduction to historical literature, source material, and criticism.

HIST-H 106 American History II (3 cr.)   I. Colonial period, Revolution, Confederation and Constitution, national period to 1865. II. 1865 to present. Political history forms framework, with economic, social, cultural, and intellectual history interwoven. Introduction to historical literature, source material, and criticism.

HIST-H 108 Perspectives on the World to 1800 (3 cr.)   Emergence of civilizations in the Near East, sub-Saharan Africa, pre-Columbian America. Role of revolutions, i.e., geographic, scientific, industrial, social, and political (American and French) in establishment of European hegemony in Asia and the Western Hemisphere. PUL=5

HIST-H 109 Perspectives on the World since 1800 (3 cr.)   Rise and fall of European imperial rule in Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Special focus on impact of World War I, Chinese, Mexican, Russian revolutions. Independence movement in India, World War II, Cold War, new nations in Asia and Africa, struggle for solidarity in Latin America. PUL=5

HIST-H 113 History of Western Civilization I (3 cr.)   I. Rise and fall of ancient civilizations; barbarian invasions; rise, flowering, and disruption of medieval church; feudalism, national monarchies. II. Rise of middle class; parliamentary institutions, liberalism, political democracy; industrial revolution, capitalism, and socialist movements; nationalism, imperialism, international rivalries, world wars.

HIST-H 114 History of Western Civilization II (3 cr.)   I. Rise and fall of ancient civilizations; barbarian invasions; rise, flowering, and disruption of medieval church; feudalism, national monarchies. II. Rise of middle class; parliamentary institutions, liberalism, political democracy; industrial revolution, capitalism, and socialist movements; nationalism, imperialism, international rivalries, world wars.

HIST-H 425 Topics in History (3 cr.)   Intensive study and analysis of selected historical issues and problems of limited scope. Topics will vary but will ordinarily cut across fields, regions, and periods. May be repeated once for credit.

HIST-K 495 Readings in History (1 cr.)   By arrangement with instructor. Permission of departmental chairperson required.

Contact, Address and Additional Links

IUPUC

4601 Central Avenue
Columbus, IN 47203

Phone: 812.348.7311

Donation Icon for IUPUC