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    Muhlenberg College
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

French

   •  FRN 343 - Family, Sexuality, & Gender in the Francophone World
   •  FRN 417 - Negotiating Identity in Contemporary France
   •  FRN 418 - Francophone Communities in North America
   •  FRN 420 - Myth & Memory in Quebec
   •  FRN 422 - Popular Literature & Culture in the Francophone World
   •  FRN 424 - Francophone Women Writers of Africa & the Caribbean
   •  FRN 426 - The Myth of Paris
   •  FRN 428 - Globalization & the Legacy of Empire in the Francophone World
   •  FRN 430 - Strangers, Foreigners, & Others
   •  FRN 490 - CUE: French Research Project
   •  FRN 970 - French Independent Study/Research

Geography

   •  GEO 101, 102 - World Geography

German Language

   •  GRM 101 - Elementary German I
   •  GRM 102 - Elementary German II
   •  GRM 203 - Intermediate German I
   •  GRM 204 - Intermediate German II
   •  GRM 301 - German Conversation & Composition
   •  GRM 303 - Advanced German Conversation & Composition

Literature and Culture

   •  GRM 255, 256 - Berlin in Film
   •  GRM 313 - German Drama in Translation
   •  GRM 316, 317 - German Cinema
   •  GRM 351 - German Literature in Translation I
   •  GRM 353 - German Literature in Translation II
   •  GRM 412 - German Prose
   •  GRM 970 - German Independent Study/Research

Hebrew

   •  HBW 101 - Elementary Hebrew I
   •  HBW 102 - Elementary Hebrew II
   •  HBW 203 - Intermediate Hebrew I
   •  HBW 204 - Intermediate Hebrew II
   •  HBW 430 - Hebrew Literature in Translation
   •  HBW 970 - Hebrew Independent Study/Research

History

Courses in History are numbered as follows:

  100 - 149 Acquaint beginning students with the academic study of history.
  200 - 299 Concentrate on broad chronological studies of countries or regions.  Generally intended for students with one prior college level history course.
  300 - 399 Examine topics or themes in history.  Generally designed for students with one or more prior college level history courses.
  400 - 499 Capstone courses for majors and minors:  Hone students’ skills and content knowledge.

   •  HST 100-149 - Introduction to History
   •  HST 101 - Introduction to History: Democracy in America
   •  HST 102 - Introduction to History: Representation of Disabilities in America
   •  HST 103 - Introduction to History: African History Through Film
   •  HST 104 - Introduction to History: Reformers & Radicals in U.S. History
   •  HST 105 - Introduction to History: Modern European History
   •  HST 107 - Introduction to History: China's Magical Creatures (and Where to Find Them)
   •  HST 108 - Introduction to History: World War I & the Twentieth Century
   •  HST 109 - Introduction to History: Gender & Jim Crow
   •  HST 111 - Introduction to History: Holocaust in Cinema
   •  HST 112 - Introductin to History: Movie-Made America
   •  HST 115 - Introduction to History: Disorderly American Cities
   •  HST 116 - Introduction to History: Pop Culture & Politics: Africa
   •  HST 117 - Introduction to History: Mediterranean Encounters
   •  HST 118 - Introduction to History: American Women in the mid-Twentieth Century
   •  HST 119 - Introduction to History: Frontiers in History
   •  HST 122 - Introduction to History: African Freedom Fighters
   •  HST 126 - Introduction to History: Coming to America
   •  HST 130 - Introduction to History: America's Consumer Nation
   •  HST 131 - Introduction to History: World War & Memory
   •  HST 135 - Introduction to History: Latin American History Through Women's Eyes
   •  HST 136 - Introduction to History: Nazi in Popular Imagination
   •  HST 139 - Introduction to History: Visual Culture in Latin America
   •  HST 143 - Introduction to History: Epidemic America
   •  HST 144 - Introduction to History: Music/Civil Rights Movement
   •  HST 146 - Introduction to History: Sexuality in U.S. History
   •  HST 147 - Introduction to History: Popular Culture in Latin America
   •  HST 149 - Introduction to History: Remembering the American Revolution

Required

   •  HST 400-449 - CUE: Reading Seminar in History
   •  HST 409 - CUE: Reading Seminar in History: WWII in European Cinema
   •  HST 425 - CUE: Reading Seminar: Life & Death in the Atlantic World
   •  HST 450-499 - CUE: Research Seminar in History
   •  HST 473 - CUE: Research Seminar in History: Inventing America

African History

   •  HST 209, 210 - Africa Since 1800

East Asia History

   •  HST 267 - Introduction to Traditional Japan
   •  HST 269 - Introduction to Traditional China
   •  HST 271 - Modern China
   •  HST 273 - Modern Japan

European History

   •  HST 213, 214 - Seventeenth Century Europe
   •  HST 215, 216 - Eighteenth Century Europe
   •  HST 217 - Revolution & the Birth of Modern Europe (c. 1787-1919)
   •  HST 247 - Civil War, Holocaust, Crisis: Europe 1900-1945
   •  HST 249, 250 - From Cold War to Unification: Europe 1945-Present
   •  HST 251, 252 - Foundations of the British Peoples to c. 1485
   •  HST 253, 254 - From England to the United Kingdom: c. 1399-c. 1800
   •  HST 255, 256 - The British Empire/Commonwealth: Rise & Decline, c. 1760-c. 2000
   •  HST 263 - Imperial Russia
   •  HST 265 - Soviet Russia
   •  HST 307, 308 - Orthodox Christianity: A Root of Russia
   •  HST 315, 316 - Renaissance
   •  HST 317, 318 - Reformation
   •  HST 319 - The French Revolution & Napoleon
   •  HST 337 - France from Napoleon to the Great War, 1814-1914
   •  HST 377, 378 - Gender & Sex in European History

Latin America & Caribbean History

   •  HST 291 - Colonial Latin America
   •  HST 293, 294 - Modern Latin America
   •  HST 369, 370 - Jewish Latin America & the Caribbean
   •  HST 371 - The Inquisition
   •  HST 373 - Environmental History of Latin America
   •  HST 375, 376 - Race & Ethnicity in Latin America & the Caribbean

Middle East History

   •  HST 275 - Rise of Islam
   •  HST 277 - Modern Middle Eastern History
   •  HST 391 - The Mongol Legacy
   •  HST 393 - The Arab-Israeli Conflict
   •  HST 395 - Sultans, Harems, & Slaves: The Ottoman Empire
   •  HST 397 - Women in the Middle East

United States History

   •  HST 221 - Colonial America
   •  HST 223 - Revolutionary America
   •  HST 225 - Nineteenth Century America
 

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