History

HIST 1000            The Last Five Years                                                                                          3 cr.
Offered each semester. This course analyzes the historical processes of continuity and change through lectures, assigned readings, and organized discussions focused on issues and events of the last five years their background and development. Open to freshmen only.

HIST 1001            World History to 1600                                                                                      3 cr.
Offered each semester. Survey of the societies of Asia, Africa, the Americas, and Europe from the earliest times to the beginning of the modern world.

HIST 1002            World History since 1600                                                                                 3 cr.
Offered each semester.  Survey of the societies of Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Europe in modern times.

HIST 1010            Introduction to African-American History                                                      3 cr.
Offered each semester. An introduction to the origins and patterns of African-American life and culture in the United States. Lectures and discussions.

HIST 2000            Environmental History                                                                                     3 cr.
The rise and decline of states, empires, and civilizations in world history from ancient times to the modern period, seen from an environmental perspective.

HIST 2050            Historical Catastrophes                                                                                   3 cr.
This course compares the conditions, causes and effects of the Katrina disaster with those of other historical catastrophes in the world in order to highlight some of the broader and longer historical forces which govern such events. It also reflects on discourses of human rights and genocide in the context of catastrophes produced by global modernities.

HIST 2201            History of Asian Civilizations                                                                          3 cr.
A comparative approach to the study of Asia divided into five culture zones (West, South, East, Southeast, and Central) from the dawning of civilization to the sixteenth century C.E.

HIST 2202            Modern Asian History                                                                                      3 cr.
A comparative approach to the study of Asia divided into five culture zones (West, South, East, Southeast, and Central) from the sixteenth century to the present.

HIST 2251            The Islamic World                                                                                             3 cr.
A History of the Islamic world, covering Islamic beginnings in the Middle East, the global spread of Muslim communities, and the transformations of contemporary Islamic communities is modern Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. The course's principle focus will be on the relationship among Islamic politics, culture and society.

HIST 2305            Modern European History, 1789 - Present                                                     3 cr.
A survey of modern European history from the French Revolution to the present, with particular emphasis on social, political, and cultural developments.

HIST 2362            Modern Britain                                                                                                  3 cr.
Introductory survey of the making of modern Britain since 1688, covering class, gender, race, capitalism and empire.

HIST 2400            Introduction to Latin American History                                                         3 cr.
Survey of the history of Latin America, from first contact between Europeans and indigenous Americans to the present day.

HIST 2501            U.S. History I                                                                                                     3 cr.
Offered each semester. Survey of United States history from the earliest times to the Civil War.

HIST 2502            U.S. History II                                                                                                    3 cr.
Offered each semester. Survey of United States history from the Civil War to the present.

HIST 2520            History of American Sports                                                                             3 cr.
This course will examine and interpret American sports from the colonial era to the present, placing emphasis on the role of sports in American life and how changes in American life have affected sports. This is a course in American social and cultural history, exploring issues such as race, class, gender, foreign policy, nationalism, religion, economics, industrialization, and urbanization as they relate to sports.

HIST 2587            Women in American History                                                                            3 cr.
An examination of the diverse historical experience of women in America from the colonial period to the present.

HIST 2601            History of Louisiana                                                                                        3 cr.
Offered each semester. A survey of the political, economic, social, and cultural development of Louisiana from the founding of the French colony to the present day.

HIST 2602            African Americans in Louisiana                                                                      3 cr.
A study of the role of African Americans in the development of Louisiana with particular emphasis on their contributions to the history of the state, its traditions, and culture.

HIST 2603            The History of New Orleans                                                                            3 cr.
The social, economic, and political growth of New Orleans from colonial times to the present, with particular attention to its ethnic groupings and physical development.

HIST 2701            Africa To 1830                                                                                                   3 cr.
Survey of African History from the peopling of the continent to the early nineteenth century. This course will address the formation of African states, trade and technology, culture and political-economy, the impact of Islam and Christianity, and to the Atlantic slave trade.

HIST 2702            Africa 1830-Present                                                                                          3 cr.
Survey of African history from the end of the Atlantic slave trade through the colonial period and the struggle for independence to the nation-states to the present day.

HIST 2991            Special Studies in History                                                                               3 cr.
Topic may vary from semester to semester. The course may be repeated for credit.

HIST 3225            The War in Vietnam                                                                                          3 cr.
A history of the war in Vietnam, 1945-1975, with the emphasis on the American involvement, 1960-1973.

HIST 3551            African-American History                                                                                3 cr.
The history of African-Americans from African origins to 1860.

HIST 3552            African-American History                                                                                3 cr.
The history of African-Americans since 1860.

HIST 3595            Academic Year Abroad: Special Topics in History                                        3 cr.
This course in only offered through UNO's Academic Year Abroad (AYA) in Innsbruck, Austria and can be repeated once for credit.

HIST 3603            History of New Orleans Music                                                                         3 cr.
The history of musical activity in New Orleans from colonial times to the present, with particular attention to the social, cultural, and economic ways in which the city has used music. No prior knowledge of music required.

HIST 3992            Special Studies in History                                                                               3 cr.
Topic may vary from semester to semester.  The course may be repeated for credit.

HIST 3995            Independent Study: Readings                                                                        1 cr.
Prerequisite: consent of department. The courses consist of directed readings designed to meet the needs and interests of the individual student; regular conferences between the student and the instructor are required.

HIST 3999            Senior Honors Thesis                                                                     1 min. cr. - 6 max. cr.
Prerequisite: consent of department and the director of the Honors Program. Directed research culminating in a written thesis to meet the requirements for graduation with University Honors and Honors in History. May be repeated for up to a total of six credits. Section number will correspond with credit to be earned.

HIST 4001            The City and Civilization                                                                                 3 cr.
Major developments in world urban history from ancient times to the present with emphasis on the European city.

HIST 4003            Modern Military History                                                                                   3 cr.
An examination of war and military institutions in western society since the end of the Middle Ages.

HIST 4008            Public History Methods                                                                                   3 cr.
Departmental consent required. An introduction to the research techniques and practices appropriate for public historians. Each semester the course will engage a different theme, such as oral history, new media, or visual history. May be repeated for credit with permission of department.

HIST 4100            History of the Atlantic World, 1400-1825                                                       3 cr.
This course focuses on the various contacts and interactions that shaped the Atlantic World from its earliest inception through the revolutionary period. Staring in the fifteenth century, the continents that border the Atlantic have been connected through trade and migration. These transatlantic connections transformed the commerce, environment, political organization, cultures, and communities of the European, African, and American continents. This course will examine these Atlantic borderlands, how they connected, and how they transformed when they became part of the Atlantic World.

HIST 4105            Women & Slavery in the Americas                                                                  3 cr.
This course explores women's relationship to the system of Atlantic slavery, including their reproductive roles in colonial slave societies, the sexual and racial politics of slaveholding regimes, forms of female slave resistance, and women's activism for abolition. It will also examine the topic of women and slavery transnationally, studying the experiences of women in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

HIST 4201            History of Modern China                                                                                 3 cr.
The Empire of the Manchus; China's internal development from 1842 to 1911; political, social, and intellectual movements in the Republican period, 1911-1949; and China under communism.

HIST 4213            History of Japan 1945 - Present                                                                      3 cr.
A survey of postwar and contemporary Japan in global contexts from 1945 to the present.

HIST 4221            History of Modern Southeast Asia                                                                 3 cr.
A history of Southeast Asia since the nineteenth century, with emphasis on Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

HIST 4231            Modern India                                                                                                    3 cr.
A survey of modern and contemporary India in global contexts from 1756 to the present

HIST 4307            The High Middle Ages                                                                                     3 cr.
An examination of European civilization in the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries with emphasis on cultural and institutional developments.

HIST 4330            French Revolution and Napoleon                                                                  3 cr.
Examines the origins, development, effects and enduring significance of the French Revolution and Napoleonic period, exploring changes in politics, culture, society and the economy that helped to define the modern era and world.

HIST 4343            Revolutionary Europe 1789 1848                                                                    3 cr.
An analysis of both the French and Industrial Revolutions and their legacies in early nineteenth century Europe. Topics will include the development of new ideologies, the rise of a class society, and the origins and course of the Revolutions of 1820, 1830, and 1848.

HIST 4344            Imperial Europe, 1848-1918                                                                             3 cr.
An analysis of the reordering of Europe following the Revolutions of 1848 and the Crimean War. Topics will include the consolidation of nation-states, the expansion of European overseas empires, the rise of mass politics, and the origins and course of the First World War.

HIST 4345            Europe in the Shadow of War, 1918-1945                                                      3 cr.
An analysis of Europe during the interwar period and the Second World War. Topics will include the aftermath of the First World War, the rise of totalitarian regimes, and the origins and course of the Second World War.

HIST 4346            Postwar Europe, 1945-Present                                                                        3 cr.
An analysis of Europe during the postwar era. Topics will include the aftermath of the Second World War, the rise of Cold War antagonisms, postwar prosperity, European integration, and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Bloc.

HIST 4361            Tudor England                                                                                                  3 cr.
England from the Wars of the Roses to the death of Elizabeth, 1471-1603. Moves from Richard III's death on Bosworth field to Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Edward VI, "Bloody" Mary, and the Age of Elizabeth, with special emphasis on the Shakespearean Renaissance, the rise of Parliament, and the naval exploits of the English "Sea Dogs."

HIST 4362            Stuart England                                                                                                  3 cr.
The political, economic, and cultural history of England in the seventeenth century, 1603-1714.

HIST 4364            Modern Ireland: History and Culture                                                              3 cr.
A survey of modern and contemporary Ireland from the 1798 rebellion to the present, with an emphasis on late modern Irish history and culture in transnational contexts.

HIST 4366            The British Empire                                                                                            3 cr.
General survey of the British Empire and development of the British Commonwealth of Nations.

HIST 4367            The Age of Louis XIV                                                                                       3 cr.
France in the seventeenth century. The course will focus on the formation of the modern state with a political-military bureaucracy that was imitated, like Versailles, on a lesser scale in other countries; the development of the French colonial empire, including Louisiana; and the dominant cultural, intellectual, scientific, and religious trends along with their impact elsewhere in Europe. Several slide lectures will illustrate the art and architecture of the period.

HIST 4368            Modern France                                                                                                 3 cr.
Major political, social, and economic forces that molded the French nation after 1815.

HIST 4371            Modern Germany, 1789-Present                                                                      3 cr.
An analysis of German history from the French Revolution to the present. Topics will include the formation of a German nation-state, the rise of radical nationalism, the Second World War and the Holocaust, and postwar Germany's economic and political development.

HIST 4373            History of the Hapsburg Empire                                                                     3 cr.
A study of the Hapsburg Empire from its emergence as a major power in the eighteenth century to the disintegration of Austria-Hungary in 1918.

HIST 4376            Modern and Contemporary Russia                                                                 3 cr.
Focus on late Imperial and Soviet periods.

HIST 4383            The European Intellectual Tradition                                                               3 cr.
This course is not a history of formal thought, but relates central ideas to political, economic, social, artistic, and scientific movements. The first semester concentrates on the earlier periods and the second semester on modern Europe. Either semester may be taken independently.

HIST 4403            History of Mexico                                                                                             3 cr.
Political, economic, and social developments from the colonial period to the present.

HIST 4501            The Colonial Period in American History                                                       3 cr.
An examination of the establishment and development of the English colonies in North America.

HIST 4502            The Revolutionary Period in American History                                             3 cr.
An analysis of the causes, progress, and consequences of the revolution in the British colonies of North America.

HIST 4506            Civil War and Reconstruction                                                                         3 cr.
A study of the wartime problems of the Union and Confederacy, the consequences of the war, and the efforts to create a new Union.

HIST 4510            Recent American  History                                                                                3 cr.
Historical evolution of the United States in recent times.

HIST 4511            Recent American  History                                                                                3 cr.
Historical evolution of the United States in recent times.

HIST 4521            The New South                                                                                                 3 cr.
Political, social, and economic changes in the South since 1880.

HIST 4531            Seeing History through Film                                                                           3 cr.
This course will use film to approach significant problems in history. It will examine a number of enduring topics in US and World History by examining their treatment in film. It will explore how visual representations have explained, influenced, challenged and transformed cultural and social traditions. Each semester the course will engage a different theme, focusing on a particular national tradition.

HIST 4543            United States Urban History                                                                            3 cr.
Departmental consent required. Urban development in the United States from the colonial town to the twentieth century megalopolis.

HIST 4547            Women in the Modern American City                                                             3 cr.
The roles of women in urban American culture since World War II with emphasis on issues of gender, ethnicity, and class.

HIST 4551            African-American Slavery                                                                                3 cr.
A study of the origins and the political, economic, and social structure of slavery in the European colonial empires of the western hemisphere with special emphasis on the British Empire and the United States.

HIST 4552            Black Movements and Messiahs                                                                    3 cr.
A study of the organizations, leadership, and programs of late nineteenth and twentieth century movements that have sought escape from personal and institutional racism in the United States.

HIST 4555            The Civil Rights Era                                                                                         3 cr.
An examination of race relations in the United States from the New Deal of the 1930s to the 1980s.

HIST 4565            U.S. Military History, 1607-2001                                                                      3 cr.
Introduction to American military history from the colonial period to the end of the Cold War. The course emphasizes the conduct of major wars, defense policy, the development of the U.S. armed forces, civil-military relations, and technological innovation.

HIST 4570            World War II-An International History                                                             3 cr.
A look at World War II from a global perspective: the intricate international diplomacy and strategic planning of the principal combatants; the war's major military campaigns and battles, its impact on the involved societies and economies, its brutal effect on victims, its difficult choices of appeasement/collaboration or resistance, as well as the postwar "mastering" of the war's harsh memories.

HIST 4575            The Cold War Era                                                                                              3 cr.
An examination of the role the United States in the international arena and the nuclear arms race during the Cold War (1945-1989) and its repercussions on domestic politics.

HIST 4581            Diplomatic History of the United States                                                        3 cr.
Historical evolution of American foreign policies since 1776.

HIST 4587            American Social and Cultural History 1865 to the Present                          3 cr.
A study of the historical development of American Cultural and Social Movements, with an emphasis upon literature, art, architecture, and popular culture.

HIST 4800            Historical Thought and Writing                                                                       3 cr.
Departmental consent required. This capstone course is a practicum designed to bring undergraduate history students' studies to a conclusion, with special emphasis on reviewing the varieties of historical thought and the process of writing history. Practice in critical analysis, research methodology, documentation, bibliographic forms, and composition, culminating in a major research paper.

HIST 4991            Special Studies in History                                                                               3 cr.
Topic may vary from semester to semester. The course may be repeated for credit.

HIST 5001            The City and Civilization                                                                                 3 cr.
Major developments in world urban history from ancient times to the present with emphasis on the European city.

HIST 5003            Modern Military History                                                                                   3 cr.
An examination of war and military institutions in western society since the end of the Middle Ages.

HIST 5008            Public History Methods                                                                                   3 cr.
Departmental consent required. An introduction to the research techniques and practices appropriate for public historians. Each semester the course will engage a different theme, such as oral history, new media, or visual history. May be repeated for credit with permission of department.

HIST 5100            History of the Atlantic World, 1400-1825                                                       3 cr.
This course focuses on the various contacts and interactions that shaped the Atlantic World from its earliest inception through the revolutionary period. Staring in the fifteenth century, the continents that border the Atlantic have been connected through trade and migration. These transatlantic connections transformed the commerce, environment, political organization, cultures, and communities of the European, African, and American continents. This course will examine these Atlantic borderlands, how they connected, and how they transformed when they became part of the Atlantic World.

HIST 5105            Women & Slavery in the Americas                                                                  3 cr.
This course explores women's relationship to the system of Atlantic slavery, including their reproductive roles in colonial slave societies, the sexual and racial politics of slaveholding regimes, forms of female slave resistance, and women's activism for abolition. It will also examine the topic of women and slavery transnationally, studying the experiences of women in the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

HIST 5201            History of Modern China                                                                                  3 cr.
The Empire of the Manchus; China's internal development from 1842 to 1911; political, social, and intellectual movements in the Republican period, 1911-1949; and China under communism.

HIST 5213            History of Japan 1945 - Present                                                                      3 cr.
A survey of postwar and contemporary Japan in global contexts from 1945 to the present.

HIST 5221            History of Modern Southeast Asia                                                                  3 cr.
A history of Southeast Asia since the nineteenth century, with emphasis on Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.

HIST 5231            Modern India                                                                                                     3 cr.
A survey of moderna and contemporary India in global contexts from 1756 to the present

HIST 5303            Roman History                                                                                                  3 cr.
A history of Roman civilization from the beginning to the empire of Constantine.

HIST 5307            The High Middle Ages                                                                                     3 cr.
An examination of European civilization in the eleventh, twelfth, and thirteenth centuries with emphasis on cultural and institutional developments.

HIST 5320            The Rise of Modern Europe                                                                            3 cr.
History of Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

HIST 5330            French Revolution and Napoleon                                                                  3 cr.
Examines the origins, development, effects and enduring significance of the French Revolution and Napoleonic period, exploring changes in politics, culture, society and the economy that helped to define the modern era and world.

HIST 5340            Nineteenth Century Europe                                                                             3 cr.

HIST 5343            Revolutionary Europe 1789 1848                                                                    3 cr.
An analysis of both the French and Industrial Revolutions and their legacies in early nineteenth century Europe. Topics will include the development of new ideologies, the rise of a class society, and the origins and course of the Revolutions of 1820, 1830, and 1848.

HIST 5344            Imperial Europe, 1848-1918                                                                             3 cr.
An analysis of the reordering of Europe following the Revolutions of 1848 and the Crimean War. Topics will include the consolidation of nation-states, the expansion of European overseas empires, the rise of mass politics, and the origins and course of the First World War.

HIST 5345            Europe in the Shadow of War, 1918-1945                                                      3 cr.
An analysis of Europe during the interwar period and the Second World War. Topics will include the aftermath of the First World War, the rise of totalitarian regimes, and the origins and course of the Second World War.

HIST 5346            Postwar Europe, 1945-Present                                                                        3 cr.
An analysis of Europe during the postwar era. Topics will include the aftermath of the Second World War, the rise of Cold War antagonisms, postwar prosperity, European integration, and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Bloc.

HIST 5361            Tudor England                                                                                                  3 cr.
England from the Wars of the Roses to the death of Elizabeth, 1471-1603. Moves from Richard III's death on Bosworth field to Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, Edward VI, "Bloody" Mary, and the Age of Elizabeth, with special emphasis on the Shakespearean Renaissance, the rise of Parliament, and the naval exploits of the English "Sea Dogs."

HIST 5362            Stuart England                                                                                                  3 cr.
The political, economic, and cultural history of England in the seventeenth century, 1603-1714.

HIST 5364            Modern Ireland: History and Culture                                                              3 cr.
A survey of modern and contemporary Ireland from the 1798 rebellion to the present, with an emphasis on late modern Irish history and culture in transnational contexts.

HIST 5366            The British Empire                                                                                            3 cr.
General survey of the British Empire and development of the British Commonwealth of Nations.

HIST 5367            The Age of Louis XIV                                                                                       3 cr.
France in the seventeenth century. The course will focus on the formation of the modern state with a political-military bureaucracy that was imitated, like Versailles, on a lesser scale in other countries; the development of the French colonial empire, including Louisiana; and the dominant cultural, intellectual, scientific, and religious trends along with their impact elsewhere in Europe. Several slide lectures will illustrate the art and architecture of the period.

HIST 5368            Modern France                                                                                                  3 cr.
Major political, social, and economic forces that molded the French nation after 1815.

HIST 5371            Modern Germany, 1789-Present                                                                      3 cr.
An analysis of German history from the French Revolution to the present. Topics will include the formation of a German nation-state, the rise of radical nationalism, the Second World War and the Holocaust, and postwar Germany's economic and political development.

HIST 5373            History of the Hapsburg Empire                                                                     3 cr.
A study of the Hapsburg Empire from its emergence as a major power in the eighteenth century to the disintegration of Austria-Hungary in 1918.

HIST 5376            Modern and Contemporary Russia                                                                 3 cr.
Focus on late Imperial and Soviet periods.

HIST 5380            Europe's Quest for Power and Peace                                                             3 cr.
A study of the major developments in European international relations with emphasis on diplomacy as an instrument of national policy. The first semester examines developments from the Congress of Vienna to the origins of the First World War; the second covers from the Versailles peace settlement through Second World War and the Cold War to the present. Either semester may be taken independently.

HIST 5381            Europe's Quest for Power and Peace                                                             3 cr.
A study of the major developments in European international relations with emphasis on diplomacy as an instrument of national policy. The first semester examines developments from the Congress of Vienna to the origins of the First World War; the second covers from the Versailles peace settlement through Second World War and the Cold War to the present. Either semester may be taken independently.

HIST 5383            The European Intellectual Tradition                                                               3 cr.
This course is not a history of formal thought, but relates central ideas to political, economic, social, artistic, and scientific movements. The first semester concentrates on the earlier periods and the second semester on modern Europe. Either semester may be taken independently.

HIST 5403            History of Mexico                                                                                             3 cr.
Political, economic, and social developments from the colonial period to the present.

HIST 5501            The Colonial Period in American History                                                       3 cr.
An examination of the establishment and development of the English colonies in North America.

HIST 5502            The Revolutionary Period in American History                                             3 cr.
An analysis of the causes, progress, and consequences of the revolution in the British colonies of North America.

HIST 5506            Civil War and Reconstruction                                                                         3 cr.
A study of the wartime problems of the Union and Confederacy, the consequences of the war, and the efforts to create a new Union.

HIST 5510            Recent American  History                                                                                3 cr.
Historical evolution of the United States in recent times.

HIST 5511            Recent American  History                                                                                3 cr.
Historical evolution of the United States in recent times.

HIST 5521            The New South                                                                                                 3 cr.
Political, social, and economic changes in the South since 1880.

HIST 5531            Seeing History through Film                                                                           3 cr.
This course will use film to approach significant problems in history. It will examine a number of enduring topics in US and World History by examining their treatment in film. It will explore how visual representations have explained, influenced, challenged and transformed cultural and social traditions. Each semester the course will engage a different theme, focusing on a particular national tradition.

HIST 5543            United States Urban History                                                                            3 cr.
Departmental consent required. Urban development in the United States from the colonial town to the twentieth century megalopolis.

HIST 5551            African-American Slavery                                                                                3 cr.
A study of the origins and the political, economic, and social structure of slavery in the European colonial empires of the western hemisphere with special emphasis on the British Empire and the United States.

HIST 5552            Black Movements and Messiahs                                                                    3 cr.
A study of the organizations, leadership, and programs of late nineteenth and twentieth century movements that have sought escape from personal and institutional racism in the United States.

HIST 5555            The Civil Rights Era                                                                                         3 cr.
An examination of race relations in the United States from the New Deal of the 1930s to the 1980s.

HIST 5565            U.S. Military History, 1607-2001                                                                       3 cr.
Introduction to American military history from the colonial period to the end of the Cold War. The course emphasizes the conduct of major wars, defense policy, the development of the U.S. armed forces, civil-military relations, and technological innovation.

HIST 5570            World War II-An International History                                                             3 cr.
A look at World War II from a global perspective: the intricate international diplomacy and strategic planning of the principal combatants; the war's major military campaigns and battles, its impact on the involved societies and economies, its brutal effect on victims, its difficult choices of appeasement/collaboration or resistance, as well as the postwar "mastering" of the war's harsh memories.

HIST 5575            The Cold War Era                                                                                              3 cr.
An examination of the role the United States in the international arena and the nuclear arms race during the Cold War (1945-1989) and its repercussions on domestic politics.

HIST 5581            Diplomatic History of the United States                                                         3 cr.
Historical evolution of American foreign policies since 1776.

HIST 5587            American Social and Cultural History 1865 to the Present                          3 cr.
A study of the historical development of American Cultural and Social Movements, with an emphasis upon literature, art, architecture, and popular culture.

HIST 5991            Special Studies in History                                                                               3 cr.
Topic may vary from semester to semester. The course may be repeated for credit.

HIST 6001            Historical Writing and Thought                                                                      3 cr.
Introduction to historical genres, proper usage and approaches to historical writing.

HIST 6002            Historical Methodologies and Research Design                                          3 cr.
Departmental consent required. This course introduces graduate-level students to historical methodologies and research design.

HIST 6005            Graduate History Forum                                                                                  0 cr.
Recommended for all History graduate students until graduation. Online colloquium examines academic professional issues relevant to the historical field. Uses the UNO Moodle system. Departmental consent required.

HIST 6008            Introduction to Public History                                                                        3 cr.
Theoretical debates and practical considerations involved in presenting historical scholarship to the public through museums, documentary films, online exhibits and other venues.

HIST 6201            Seminar in World History                                                                                 3 cr.
Departmental consent required. Intensive reading in the theories, methods, and practice of world, global, and transnational history, complemented by research on a particular topic within world history. Discussions, conferences, short reports, essay and/or research papers will be required. May be repeated for credit.

HIST 6301            Seminar in European History                                                                          3 cr.
Departmental consent required. Intensive reading and research on a particular problem, area, or period of European history. Discussions, conferences, short reports, essays and/or research papers may be required. May be repeated for credit.

HIST 6501            Seminar in American History                                                                           3 cr.
Intensive reading and research on a particular problem, area, or period of American history. Discussions, conferences, short reports, essays and/or research papers may be required. May be repeated for credit.

HIST 6601            Seminar in Special Topics                                                                               3 cr.
Departmental consent required. Intensive reading and research on a particular problem, area, or period of history, including topics that are comparative in nature, focusing principally on areas of the world outside of the United States. Discussions, conferences, short reports, essays and/or research papers may be required. May be repeated for credit.

HIST 6603            Research in New Orleans History                                                                   3 cr.
A detailed survey of qualitative research techniques, their application to local and urban history, and the preparation of a written project based on primary research in New Orleans history.

HIST 6803            Seminar in Urban History                                                                                 3 cr.
Intensive reading and research on urban, social, and cultural change. Focus will be on American, European, and/or Third World urban development, from the founding of initial settlements to the present day. Discussions, conferences, short reports, and essays will be required. May be repeated for credit.

HIST 6992            History Internship                                                                                            3 cr.
Prerequisite: consent of department. Supervised work with museums, historical societies, archives, libraries, governmental agencies or other public or private organizations appropriate to the student's course of study.

HIST 6995            Independent Study                                                                                          3 cr.
Prerequisite: consent of individual faculty member and approval by graduate coordinator. A plan for directed readings or research will be developed by the student and the individual faculty member. Open to degree students only.  May be repeated once for credit.

HIST 7000            Thesis Research                                                                            1 min. cr. - 9 max. cr.
To be repeated for credit until thesis is accepted. Section number will correspond with credit to be earned.

HIST 7040            Examination Or Thesis Only                                                                            0 cr.
Open to students in a thesis program who have only (other than application for degree) the final typing and acceptance by the Graduate School of their thesis or dissertation or to students in a non-thesis program who have only (other than application for degree) to pass the final examination to complete graduation requirements.