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With two new Faculty members and one of the ‘old hands’ on research leave, this is the list of classes you can take in History and Religious Studies this Fall.

Elementary

  • HST 182 -East Asian History II (from 1500) – Forêt
  • HST 123 – Intro to the History of Science and Technology – Leggett
  • HST 124 – Intro to the History of Medicine – Bowen
  • HST 199 – Freshmen seminar: the Russian revolution (writing intensive!) – Wojnowski
  • HST 100 – History of Kazakhstan (note the new format of this class) – Beben, Kussainova, Tsyrempilov, Penati, Wojnowski

Intermediate

  • HST 212 – Coins, cotton, and cocoons: Global trade and Eurasian materiality – Penati
  • HST 232 – Russian History from Riurik to Catherine the Great – Scarborough

Upper intermediate

  • HST 313 – Columbus to AIDS: Sex and disease in the modern world – Bowen
  • HST 322 – Technology and modernity – Leggett
  • HST/REL 341 – Eastern Christianity – Scarborough
  • REL/HST 320 – The Crusades – Beben

Advanced:

  • REL 410 – Buddhism in Central Asia (also taught as REL 510 for graduate students) – Tsyrempilov

Only for History seniors:

  • HST 498 – Directed readings (… it depends!)

N.B. Classes starred (*) are listed or cross-listed as REL and fulfil the REL/PHIL distribution requirement for SHSS students.

Other classes cross-listed as REL are offered in other departments:

  • PLS/REL 328 – Confucianism and the development of Chinese politics – Lee
  • ANT313/REL332/PLS332 – Islam and politics in Eurasia – Schoeberlein

 

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