Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

HIST 217 Europe and Islam: Myth and Reality

With reference to literature, art, film and memoir, this course examines the changing ways in which European society (Christendom) has viewed its Middle Eastern counterpart (Islam) over the centuries and vice versa.

HIST 224 History of Colorado

A survey of Colorado history from prehistoric times to the post-World War II era.

HIST 225 Latina/Latino History

Seeks to examine the historical and historiographical trend lines of the Latino experience. Among the issues to be explored: identity, heritage, language, gender roles.

Mutually Exclusive Course

Credit allowed for only one of these courses: HIST 225 and MAS 225

HIST 230 Class and Culture in America

Explores class distinctions and the ways they changed over time, filtered through the lenses of gender, race, age, labor, consumption, popular culture, the family, and the American Dream.

HIST 240 Critical Issues in Modern America

A tracing of modern American history. Topics may include such items as foreign policy, presidential politics, civil rights, the growth of the welfare state and the changing American character.

Course Attribute

Variable Title Course

Repeatable Status

ST - Repeatable under different subtitles and course is repeatable with a maximum of 6 credit hours

HIST 264 Magic in Europe from Antiquity to the Enlightenment

A survey of magical thought and practice in Europe from Ancient Greece to the Enlightenment.

HIST 280 Sophomore Seminar

An introduction to history, historiography, and historical methods.

Major/Minor Restriction

Include History Major(s)/Minor(s)

Class Restriction

Include Sophomore and Junior and Senior

HIST 283 Russian Cultural History

Development of Russian culture and society from the beginning to the present, with an emphasis on the 19th and 20th century, and contemporary contexts.

HIST 290 American Immigration

An examination of immigration to the United States, emphasizing 19th and 20th centuries. Includes Irish, English, German, Italian, Scandinavian, Jewish, Asian and Latin American immigrants as well as nativist and immigration legislation.