A survey of the period in which Western Europe became the center of medieval civilization. For description, consult the department.Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. The Registrar's Office maintains the Academic Calendar, Schedule of Classes and numerous other services related to your records and course selection. This seminar seeks to illuminate the nature of these transformative changes, focusing particular attention on Vladimir Putin's rise to power, the character of his rule, and the reasons for his popularity in Russia. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sonoma State University has transitioned to remote instruction for Fall 2020. All 3000 level classes are seminars. 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship - P. Sternbergh Elk Place Rm. We will study how women's interactions with work, religious practices, and family life were influenced by race, class and ethnicity. This course explores the history of New Orleans during the colonial and early national periods, when the city was a crossroads of the Atlantic World that linked Africa, the Americas, and Europe. This course deals with the evolution of a distinct civilization in Scandinavia on the eve of the Viking Age (790-1100) and its impact on early Medieval civilization. Special attention will be paid to social and cultural developments as indications of dramatic improvement rather than decline, as well as the more traditional issues surrounding Britain's economy and its role in the world. 325 Classroom No. HISB 1300 Africa to 1800 Topics in Medieval and Renaissance History Special Topics in Asian History HISU 2600 The History of Early American Law Development. The topics include an introduction to the main features of these two pre-industrial macro-economies, and then a series of topics that are of interest to both students of history and business majors. HISB 2130 History of Southern Africa Students will also gain knowledge of the sources and historical methods for the study of these economies, many of which differ from those of the modern era. Key themes will include labor and industrialization; urbanization and the middle class; citizenship and ethnicity; and state formation. 3 Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 10:20 AM SOWK 7130-02 Diversity & Social Justice Theory & Practice - Catherine Burnette Elk Place Rm. Schedule Distribution 3-credit courses How to distribute your courses when scheduling: First, schedule your courses using only standard meeting patterns. HISC 6610 Seminar on Modern Japan This course seeks to demonstrate the interrelated roles of diplomacy, commerce, and inter-American cultural relations throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. HISA 6090 Seminar in Select Topics in Byzantine History These courses emphasize class discussion, writing, and student-faculty engagement. CLAS-2400: Ancient Medicine (Online Course) This course will trace the evolution of the practice of medicine in Ancient Greece and Rome. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Scholars typically enroll in 18-19 credit hours each semester. It is now especially important for students of United States history to have an opportunity to become familiar with the transnational origins of the nation that are rooted in the Atlantic context. 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T HISE 2910 Special Topics in European History Research seminar on select topics in Byzantine history: The Age of Justinian (518-565); The Byzantine Dark Age (610-1025); The Iconoclastic Controversy; or Byzantium and the Crusades (1025-1204). HISC 3910 Special Topics in Asian History 32(4):327-31. HISC 2120 History of Modern India HISA 6000 Seminar in Select Topics in Greek History Courses offered by visiting faculty or permanent faculty. At the time she left LSU, Dr. Olsen held the position of William A. Copeland Endowed Professor of … The course requires reading, discussion, and the writing of a research paper. This lecture course explains the political, institutional, and cultural achievements of the Roman Empire that are the foundations of Western civilization. The focus here will be on major themes in slavery history and memory and the challenge of studying and portraying those themes in various public history venues in the present day. The course treats military, political and economic developments during the American Civil War, and examines the postwar consequences of emancipation for Southern and American history. Attention will be given to both mass movements in the countryside and events that largely affected urban dwellers and intellectuals. Slave Rebellions in American Regional History Intensive Summer Courses. Mitotic anti-pairing of homologous and sex chromosomes via spatial restriction of two haploid sets. If you are unfamiliar with the correct procedure for submitting your classes, please contact Michael Murphy or Meredith Lapre. Additionally, students will have opportunities to engage with guest lecturers who study reproductive health issues in the United States and around the world. Tulane University School of Medicine. Seminar in Select Topics in Byzantine History HISL 2910 Special Topics in Latin American History HISE 4910 Special Topics in European History For description, consult the department.Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. For description, consult the department.Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Topics include the Reformation, the civil war, relations with Scotland and Ireland, political thought, crime and riot, education, and domestic industry. HIST 4004 Markets, Money, and Trade in Pre-Industrial Economies (2010) A Tlx2-Cre mouse line uncovers essential roles for hand1 in extraembryonic and lateral mesoderm. BIOL 595 - Special Study in Biology Details of each student's program will vary, but all will involve some combination of readings, oral reports, and written work.Notes: Only one course of 4910 or 4920 is accepted toward a major in history.Pre-requistites: Departmental approval. We will focus on the relationship of various Jewish communities with their Gentile neighbors, local and state authorities and trace the course and success of the Haskalah movement (the Jewish enlightenment). Select Topics in Greek History The Age of the Vikings Stress is on the achievements of Hittite civilization, the Iron Age civilizations, the impact of Hellenic civilization, the Roman and Byzantine empires, Turkish Muslim civilization under the Seljuks and Ottomans, and the Turkish Republic. Qualified students may arrange for independent study with approval of an instructor (dependent upon area of study) and their faculty adviser. Emphasis is on presenting the perspectives of all the parties to the Arab-Israeli conflict, and placing it in the context of the history of the Middle East as a whole. Darwin 200 An interdepartmental seminar that employs autobiography to explore the relationship between regional culture and individual experience in the 20th-century American South. The class will also focus significantly on questions of historical evidence: What can historians really know, especially when slave rebels themselves left behind relatively few documents? HISE 4140 Household, Gender, and Sexuality in Early Modern Europe HISL 3710 Seminar: The Colonial Heritage of Latin America A survey of American environmental history from 1491 to the present, focused on how politics, culture, and the economy have changed the way people interact with the world around them over time. What did the Revolution mean for different social groups, as well as the individual? 1 Macaluso, Ann T 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM SOWK 7310-03 Introduction to Direct Social Work Practice - Deidre Hayes Elk Place Rm. HISU 2650 US Immigration History The course will also ask that students grapple with contemporary problems and recognize the historic antecedents and struggles behind today's current events. 325 Classroom No. Classes are taught inside the Tulane Medical Simulation Center Meeting Rooms at: 131 S. Robertson St., 3rd floor, New Orleans, LA 70112. HISE 6370 Seminar in Early Modern England This seminar concentrates on the crucial role that nationalism and religion played in the history of the Modern Middle East during the period between the late nineteenth century and the present day. HISL 2850 Central America Radicals HISA 6230 Medieval Cities HISL 6750 Africans in the Americas: Comparative Social and Cultural History of the African Diaspora HISE 2230 France Since 1789 In this course, we will study US foreign relations from the end of World War II through the present. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. (PMID18695035), Department Office A listing of the Tulane School of Social Work's Master of Social Work curriculum and coursework deadlines. The Tulane SoPA Fall 2020 Academic Calendar details important upcoming dates. The course examines the diversity of African-American religious expressions within the larger context of black social and political life. ); or Greek Leagues and Macedonian Kings in the Hellenistic World (323-133 B.C.E.). Examines religious and secular aspects of the breakdown of Christian unity from the Renaissance to the mid-seventeenth century. If you have any questions on which classes you should register for, schedule an advising phone call with Kathy Carneiro. Newcomb-Tulane College Mussafer Hall 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 504.314.2669 Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. 312 AV Conference Room; Elk Place Rm. For description, consult the department. Weekly readings and discussions of popular revolutions in the Caribbean region. These memoirs, personal narratives, and biographies can enrich our understanding of human experience and social issues and provide insights into the larger social, economic, and cultural forces that shaped how individuals experienced the tragedy. BIOL 597 - Thesis Preparation, Hua LL, Mikawa T (2018). New Orleans Free People of Color The seminar, which meets twice per week, emphasizes the timely reading of assigned readings and active participation in class discussions. 6000-level courses are upper level seminars and are intended for juniors and seniors, although first year and sophomore students may enroll with permission of the instructor. 312 AV Conference Room Macaluso, Ann T 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Then, if any courses remain to be scheduled, you may repeat each pattern for a second time. Themes addressed include the cult of the saints; monastic life and intellectual culture; gender and models of sanctity; art and religious meaning; relations between majorities and minorities; and popular religion. Seminar readings and discussions explore topics such as changes in attitudes towards women's authority during the Middle Ages; the experience of religious women and the meaning of female imagery in religious writings; women's opportunities and experiences in politics and the economy; the lives and writings of illustrious medieval women; and the relationship between medieval conceptions of femininity and masculinity, and their articulation of gender differences in medieval literature and science. HIST 6910 Special Topics in History HISC 6910 Special Topics in Asian History In the past several years SSU students have been accepted to the following health profession schools: Allopathic Medicine: UCSF UC Davis Loma Linda University University of Chicago Creighton University Tulane University UC Berkeley-UCSF (Joint Medical Program: M.S. A survey of the development of South America's Andean region beginning with the Inca Empire, through the establishment of the vice-royalty of New Castile and emphasizing the modern nations of Chile, Peru, and Bolivia. Although most Africans and African-descended inhabitants of New Orleans during this period were enslaved, many attained freedom or were born free. This course explores unequal power relations between nation-states, not only between Europe and Asia, but within East Asia itself. The discussions will not only focus on the intellectual and political elites but we will also examine how non-elite individuals and groups influenced nation-building processes. Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History. Courses offered by visiting faculty or permanent faculty. A list of classes offered for the current and/or upcoming semester, can be found here:Spring 2021 Course ListingsDownload Fall 2020 Course Listings (PDF). HISA 3100 Select Topics in Greek History HISE 6511 Stalin's Russia, 1924-1953 422 Faculty Conference Room; Elk Place Rm. The course will examine how and why Britain became the world's greatest economic and imperial power, and in what ways it may have suffered a decline in the 20th century. In this class, students will gain a solid foundation in mid-19th and 20th century labor history and grapple with the following themes: the rise of corporate capitalism, the development of a labor movement, agricultural, industrial, and service economies, the interplay between immigration and American labor, the decline of labor protections, and the emergence of the ‘gig’ economy. Topics include unification, Bismarckian Germany, the Weimar Republic, and the Third Reich. Students will be scheduled to return the week before classes start in order to begin COVID-19 screening via the university’s off-campus Arrival Center, which will begin operations on Jan. 8. Money, Markets, and Trade in Pre-Industrial Economies: Imperial Rome and the Early Modern World 11:55 AM – 12:50 PM Racial Trauma: Theory, Research, and Assessment - Dr. Figley Elk Place Rm. The second half of the course examines twentieth-century China, from the turbulent years of the Republican period to the traumatic events of the Cultural Revolution and beyond. Immigration and Identity in Contemporary France Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History Readings, discussion, and essays examine the sweep of Iberian history from the late Roman empire until the early 16th century, with particular attention to the Visigothic monarchy, the society and culture of Islamic al-Andalus, the reconquest and development of the Christian kingdoms of Castile-León, Portugal, and Aragon, and the interaction of Christians, Jews, and Muslims in peninsular society. Surveys the course of modern Spanish history from the Bourbon succession through the loss of overseas empire, the political and social evolution culminating in the bloody civil war of 1936-39, and the subsequent dictatorship of Franco, to contemporary democratic Spain and the challenges it faces. This seminar explores the history of peasants, rebellions and revolution in modern Lain America. Dates and times subject to change; check the Schedule of Classes for up-to-date information. News; Give to Tulane; Medical Center; Contact Us; Website Feedback Among other topics, we will examine political upheaval, imperialism, class dynamics, changing gender roles, and questions of French identity in the modern era. Geographically, the area includes the region from Egypt to Iran, the Balkans to Arabia and Eastern Anatolia, in short, those regions under the dominion of the Ottoman and Qajar Empires and successive nation states. Special topics in history that allow for the introductory study of broad chronological and geographical themes that are not suitable to courses offered under subdisciplines as HISA, HISB, HISC, HISE, HISL, HISM or HISU. 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM GSWC Presentations & Ceremony - Melinda Flynn Elk Place Rm. 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship - P. Sternbergh Elk Place Rm. 48(8):479-84. Central themes include the rise of sharecropping and tenancy, the struggle for civil rights, the emergence of two-party politics, and the metamorphosis of popular values and social norms triggered by the events of the 1960s. This course studies the history of the Jews in Russia from the First Partition of Poland in 1772 until the beginning of the twenty-first century. China's twentieth century was irrevocably and profoundly marked by the Chinese Revolution. HISC 6510 Imperialism in East Asia Start exploring your summer options today by selecting virtual Tulane courses from over 50 subject areas and programs. It will be team-taught by 12 professors. 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-01 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - R. Ager Elk Place Rm. For description, consult the department.Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. The course will embrace a broad definition of culture to include religion and other community institutions, folklore and folk belief, various leisure activities as well as more obvious cultural manifestations such as music and the arts. This seminar will explore the methods utilized in the late imperial age to control the populace. This course examines the structure, function, and emotional content of families in Europe from the Renaissance to the 18th century. A survey of the political, social, and cultural developments in Italy from the eleventh century to the early fifteenth century, with special attention to the development of institution and culture in the city-states of central and northern Italy. Finally, the course addresses the scope of official and unofficial anti-Semitism in tsarist and Soviet Russia. Surveys the course of Spanish history from the completion of the medieval Reconquest and the rise of the Trastamara dynasty in the fourteenth century until the end of Habsburg Spain in the early eighteenth century, with particular attention to state formation and the role of Spain as a great European power in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. HISC 6410 Empire and Rebellion in China Open only to juniors and seniors in good standing.Pre-requistites: Approval of instructor and department. HISE 2500 Memories of Violence in 20th-Century Europe Each professor will teach a 1-week unit on eating and drinking related to their area of specialization. Commanders include Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Scipio Africanus, Belisarius, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, and Napoleon. Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History Email is the preferred form of contact. This seminar explores the cities of medieval Europe, particularly in the high and late medieval period (roughly 1100-1500), and the ways in which urban space shaped the social, political, and cultural experience of medieval city-dwellers. The course will begin with the origins of the plantation system in the colonial era to its eventual decline in the 20th century. 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