Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Spring 2017, Vancouver, HISTORY

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Notes Sec SLN Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
HISTORY 102 [HUM] Modern Europe
01 10170 3 M,W,F13.10-14 VECS 104 Jan 09--Apr 28 N Harrington 60 59
HISTORY 105 [ROOT] The Roots of Contemporary Issues
01 08657 3 M,W,F10.10-11 VECS 122 Jan 09--Apr 28 N Harrington 58 57
02 08658 3 TU,TH12-13.15 VLIB 265 Jan 09--Apr 28 H Grav 39 35
03 08659 3 TU,TH16.15-17.30 VLIB 265 Jan 09--Apr 28 H Grav 37 33
04 10198 3 TU,TH14.50-16.05 VUB 225 Jan 09--Apr 28 A Whelchel 60 56
HISTORY 121 [HUM] World History II
01 08660 3 M,W,F9.10-10 VUB 225 Jan 09--Apr 28 N Harrington 60 38
HISTORY 300 [M] Writing about History
01 10585 3 W17.45-20.30 VMMC 16 Jan 09--Apr 28 S Peabody 20 14
HISTORY 305 [ROOT] Roots of Contemporary Issues For Transfer Students
H 01 08661 3 W,F15.10-16 VMMC 214 Jan 09--Apr 28 A Whelchel 35 35
HISTORY 308 [DIVR] North American Indian History, Precontact to Present
© 01 08662 3 TU,TH13.25-14.40 VLIB 265 Jan 09--Apr 28 S Fountain 35 33
HISTORY 373 [HUM] Chinese Civilization
X 01 08663 3 M,W,F11.10-12 VMMC 214 Jan 09--Apr 28 D Shin 40 17
HISTORY 413 [M] Early American History to 1750
01 10172 3 TU,TH9.10-10.25 VUB 222 Jan 09--Apr 28 S Fountain 30 10
HISTORY 422 History of the Pacific Northwest
01 08665 3 TU,TH12-13.15 VECS 125 Jan 09--Apr 28 P Boag 26 24
HISTORY 427 [M] Public History: Theory and Methodology
© 01 10593 3 TU14.50-17.40 VUB 122 Jan 09--Apr 28 D Sinclair 20 14
  Seminar course requires some offsite museum visits.
HISTORY 435 [CAPS] European Expansion Overseas, 1400-1800
01 09127 3 M,W,F13.10-14 VLIB 265 Jan 09--Apr 28 S Peabody 40 14
HISTORY 447 [HUM] Europe in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, 1789 to 1815
01 10174 3 TU,TH10.35-11.50 VMMC 219 Jan 09--Apr 28 B Traver 40 23
HISTORY 469 [M] Seminar in History
01 3 TH14.50-17.40 VUB 124 Jan 09--Apr 28 L Mercier 15 20
  Permission required. Seminar course requires some off-site visits to archives.
HISTORY 476 [M] Revolutionary China, 1800 to Present
X 01 10175 3 TU,TH12-13.15 VLIB 260 Jan 09--Apr 28 X Wang 25 14
HISTORY 492 [CAPS] Cultural Appetites: Food in World History
H 01 09129 3 M,W12.10-13 VMMC 219 Jan 09--Apr 28 C Goucher 40 23
HISTORY 498 History Internship
01 V ARRGT Jan 09--Apr 28 S Fountain 1 1
HISTORY 499 Special Problems
S 01 V ARRGT Jan 09--Apr 28 (multiple) 2 2
HISTORY 529 Interpreting History through Material Culture
01 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 09--Apr 28 L Mercier 1 1
HISTORY 571 Topics in World History
01 10594 3 W15.10-18 VECS 122 Jan 09--Apr 28 X Wang 10 2
  Special Topic Title: Nationalism/Ethnicity/Religion
HISTORY 598 History Internship
01 V ARRGT ARR ARR Jan 09--Apr 28 S Fountain 1 1
HISTORY 700 Master's Research, Thesis, and/or Examination
01 V ARRGT Jan 09--Apr 28 L Mercier 3 1
HISTORY 800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination
01 V ARRGT Jan 09--Apr 28 (multiple) 5 3
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