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Current Course Listings History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: The course considers political, economic, and strategic aspects of the Cold War, including the nuclear arms race, with particular focus on the link between domestic and foreign policy. The course emphasizes writing, and includes a final research paper for which students will use original archival materials.

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Details: The classes will follow the main timeline of the geographical expansion of the empire with a special emphasis on the historical significance of the conquest of Istanbul, the consolidation of the borders of the empire, the establishment of the state apparatus in the classical period, a period of turbulence leading to a substantial transformation

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Current Course Listings History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Description. This course explores how social, political, and economic movements for equality challenge entrenched power. The class will examine the long Civil Rights Movement, the Populist movement, the labor movement, women's suffrage, third wave feminism, and gay and lesbian liberation.

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Current Course Listings History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Description. This course will explore the relationship between sports and politics over the course of American history since the 19th century. Sports and politics have come together surprisingly frequently in the last two centuries and this course will take a "case study" method to examine particular episodes of politicized sports.

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Department of History History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: History has much to offer: courses, the Major, Minors, and the student organization, the Cornell Historical Society. Watch as Ed Baptist, DUS 2020-21 and Russell Rickford, DUS 2019-20 do a brief overview of not only the department but the importance of history and the insight it offers us.

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HIST 4000 Introduction to Historical Research History

Details: Tuesday: 8:00-9:55am (online) Professor Olga Litvak. This seminar is an introduction to the theory, practice, and art of historical research and writing. One key purpose of this course is to prepare students to work on longer research projects—especially an Honors Thesis.

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Undergraduate Program History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: 5 courses within the Department of History (that is, only courses offered or crosslisted in the department) All five courses must be taken for letter grades, with a grade of C or better, and either 3 or 4 credits each. First-Year Writing seminars do not count for the minor; 1 of the five courses must be a seminar at the 2000-level or above

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Graduate Program History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Graduate Courses. During your first two or three years of the program, you will have the opportunity to take a range of advanced seminars. Some of these may help prepare you for your A-exams directly, by introducing you to the most significant writing in your own major and minor fields of study; others may be thematically organized, bringing together students and readings across a range of

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HIST 1985 From Subjects to Citizens: The Making and

Details: Other Courses. HIST 2251 U.S. Immigration Narratives . Learn More HIST 2680 The United States in the 1960s and 1970s Spring 2021 . Learn More HIST 2042 Jim Crow & Exclusion Era in America Spring 2021 . Learn More HIST 2660 Everything You Know about Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History

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Class creates virtual exhibition exploring Atlantic

Details: As the transition to online learning proved to be a curriculum adjustment for all courses, HIST 2010 Atlantic Travelers was able to continue with its innovative plan to showcase students’ work virtually in an online exhibit.. Atlantic Travelers focused on the experiences of the many types of travelers between 1492 and the 19th century who crossed the Atlantic Ocean in multiple directions.

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Academics History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: You can now apply online, after securing your own major advisor via email. For more information: history-major-application-information. IMPORTANT NOTICES: All pre-1800 and non-US/World Areas courses are now included with the course descriptions in the Class Roster and Courses of Study. Pre-1800 is coded as HPE.

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Cornell Historical Society Interview History Cornell

Details: "Last semester in Professor Glickman's course New Deal to the Age of Reagan we read Robert Self's book, All in the Family: The Realignment of American Democracy Since the 1960s about the politicization of the American family in the second half of the 20th century..

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HIST 2521 England's Age of Revolutions, 1500-1815

Details: HIST 2521 England's Age of Revolutions, 1500-1815 (HB) (HA-AS) (HPE, HNU) (HPE, HEU). Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:05-9:55 (online) Professor Rachel Weil. Why did a relatively poor, marginal island garner a reputation for rebelliousness and embark on radical (though often failed) experiments in toleration and democracy over the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries?

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Current Course Listings History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: The course begins with black participation in the U.S. independence War (1776-1781) and concludes with black (non-U.S.) participation in the independence wars against Spain. The course will also briefly address post-emancipation race relations in these American countries. Distribution: (HA-AS) Academic Career: UG Instructor: Margaret Washington

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Atlantic Travelers ~ an online journey History Cornell

Details: The site's launch was conducted on Monday, May 11th, by members of Professor Bassis’s seminar course, HIST 2010 - Atlantic Travelers. This virtual exhibition launched via Zoom, where Bassi and his students were joined by parents, roommates, other members of the Cornell Community, and even pets.

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Claudia Verhoeven History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Recent courses taught include: History of Terrorism, History of Law: Great Trials (with Holly Case and Paul Friedland), Thinking about History with the Manson Murders and, at the graduate level, Modernity and Modernism: East and West, History of Time/Time of History, Radicalism: The European Left from 1848-1917, and Key Texts in European

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HIST 4337 The 1980s: Politics, Culture, and Memory in the

Details: HIST 4337 The 1980s: Politics, Culture, and Memory in the United States (also HIST 6337) (HNA). Wednesday: 2:40-4:35 (online) Professor Stephen Vider. This seminar will examine U.S. culture and politics in the 1980s as a pivotal decade in shaping our contemporary cultural, social, and political landscape.

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HIST 1960 Latin America & the Modern World History

Details: If so, this course is for you. It surveys the social, political, cultural and economic history of Latin America from roughly 1800 to the present. The primary aim is to help you develop a mental map of the history of Latin America—of prominent themes issues; of historical eras and trajectories.

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HIST 2792 Monuments, Museums, and Memory: An Introduction

Details: Tuesday and Thursday: 11:25-12:40 plus optional discussions (online) Professor Stephen Vider. In this course we will examine how we have come to narrate social, cultural, and political history in the United States, investigating the ways scholarly, curatorial, archival, and creative practices shape conceptions of the American past, in

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HIST 2970 Imperial Russia History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: HIST 2970 Imperial Russia (HB) (HA-AS) (HPE, HNU) (HPE, HEU). Monday and Wednesday: 8:05-9:20 (online) Professor Olga Litvak. This course surveys the history of Imperial Russia, from its ninth-century Kievan beginnings to its rapid disintegration under the pressure of …

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HIST 2285 Fascism in the Twentieth Century: History and

Details: The second half of the course covers the origins, development and defeat of fascist states in the mid-twentieth century. We will devote the most time to understanding what happened in Mussolini’s Italy (1922-1945) and in Hitler’s Germany (1933-1945), but will also examine fascist movements and regimes in Austria, Hungary, Romania, Spain and

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History Major Application Information History Cornell

Details: Directions for Applying to the History Major Take two history courses at Cornell University Choose a faculty advisor from the list of eligible history faculty https://history.cornell.edu/faculty (use the "faculty in the department" filter) Please note that faculty taking an off-campus leave are not available to advise during that semester/year.

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HIST 4390 Reconstruction and the New South History

Details: HIST 4390 Reconstruction and the New South (also AMST 4039, ASRC 4390, HIST 6391, ASRC 6391) (HNA). Tuesday: 2:40-4:35 (online) Professor Margaret Washington. This course focuses on the American South in the nineteenth century as it made the transition from Reconstruction to new forms of social organization and patterns of race relations.

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HIST 2958 Empires and Vampires: History of Eastern Europe

Details: HIST 2958 Empires and Vampires: History of Eastern Europe (HNU) (HEU). Tuesday and Thursday: 1:00-2:15 (online) Professor Cristina Florea "Undoubtedly I could call Europe my home, but it was a home that refused to acknowledge itself as a whole," the Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz once wrote.

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Nicholas Mulder History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: In the 2020-2021 academic year, course offerings include lecture courses on the global history of crises of capitalism and democracy since the late 19th century; a graduate seminar on interwar internationalisms; a survey course on the history of Europe from 1500 to the present; and a seminar on the history and theory of fascism in the 20th century.

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HIST 2985 Transformations in Twentieth Century China

Details: Tuesday and Thursday: 3:00-4:15 (online) Dr. John Barwick. The twentieth century was a time of unprecedented change in China as the country's ancient imperial system collapsed and a new modern order began to emerge. This course will explore the myriad transformations that occurred during this remarkable century of revolution and renewal.

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HIST 1511 The Making of Modern Europe, 1500 to the present

Details: HIST 1511 The Making of Modern Europe, 1500 to the present (HA-AS) (HNU) (HEU). Monday and Wednesday: 8:05-9:20 plus discussions (Online) Professor Nicholas Mulder. How do we make sense of the Brexit vote in Great-Britain, the rise of political Islam and the “veil” debates in France, the anti-globalization movements in Spain and Greece, the growth of demagogic anti-immigrant …

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Grants fund community-engaged learning curricula History

Details: The Office of Engagement Initiatives (OEI) recently awarded Engaged Curriculum Grants to 19 teams of faculty and community partners that are developing community-engaged learning courses, majors and minors across the university.. This year’s funded projects involve 52 Cornell faculty and staff from 36 departments and 11 schools and colleges.

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Migrations initiative wins $5M Mellon grant for racial

Details: Faculty will partner with experts on campus and from historically Black colleges and universities and tribal colleges to design online, open-access mobile courses. Summer “pathways to research” institutes will help expand the pipeline of underrepresented and first-generation undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students.

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HIST 1970 Pirates, Slaves, and Revolutionaries: A History

Details: Other Courses. HIST 1955 No gods, no masters: Histories of Anarchism Fall 2021 . Learn More HIST 1950 The Invention of the Americas Fall 2021 . Learn More HIST 1920 Modern China Fall 2021 . Learn More HIST 1660 The Vikings and their World Fall 2021 . Learn More Become a …

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HIST 4950 Gender, Power, and Authority in England 1600

Details: HIST 4950 Gender, Power, and Authority in England 1600-1800 (also FGSS 4950, HIST 6905) (HPE, HNU) (HPE, HEU). Wednesday: 2:40-4:35 (Online) Professor Rachel Weil. It is a truism that early modern society was a 'patriarchal' one in which men had authority -- but how did that authority operate and what were its limits?

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A Career in Corporate Finance ~ How My History Degree

Details: I had not taken any business courses in college, but I had taken economics, calculus, and statistics, which helped me learn the data and accounting skills I needed to progress at work. After four years of working, I settled on finance as my career. I obtained an MBA and then entered the public accounting profession as a CPA.

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Maria Cristina Garcia History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Garcia, a 2016 Andrew Carnegie Fellow, studies refugees, immigrants, and exiles. Her most recent book is The Refugee Challenge in Post-Cold War America (Oxford University Press, 2017), a study of the actors and interests that have shaped US refugee policy in the Post-Cold War and post 9/11 era. She is also the author of Seeking Refuge: Central American Migration to Mexico, the United States

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Aaron Sachs History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Publications. Arcadian America: The Death and Life of an Environmental Tradition (Yale U. Press, January 2013, in the series New Directions in Narrative History). Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in General Nonfiction. The Humboldt Current: Nineteenth-Century Exploration and the Roots of American Environmentalism (Viking, August 2006). “Lewis Mumford’s Urbanism and the Problem of

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Senior year: Finding a future, relishing each moment

Details: The life of a Cornell senior is filled with conflicting priorities – there’s the pressure of looking for a job or applying to grad school, the stress of pulling together a senior thesis or honors project, the reading and problem sets for upper-level classes and the pull of an active …

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Teaching Hard History with Freedom on the Move History

Details: In this unprecedented era of online teaching, college professors are not the only people who need free digital resources for their classes. Elementary, middle and high school teachers, too, are looking for accessible material to keep their students engaged and learning.

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Einaudi-funded Ph.D. students think globally, act remotely

Details: The program’s usual timeline has been pushed back, with major workshops held before and after international research now scheduled for November and February. Several students are launching their research remotely, through video conferences and online resources. This year’s awardees:

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‘Democracy Contested

Details: David Bateman, associate professor of government in the College of Arts and Sciences, will moderate “Democracy Contested?” in an online Cornell community forum with three fellow faculty experts, Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. “This election is something that has many people on edge,” Bateman said.

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Julilly Kohler-Hausmann History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Publications Getting Tough: Welfare and Imprisonment in 1970s America (Princeton University Press, 2017) “Welfare Crises, Penal Solutions, and the Origins of the ‘Welfare Queen,’” Journal of Urban History 41, no. 5 (September 2015): 756–71. “Guns and Butter: The Welfare State, the Carceral State, and the Politics of Exclusion in Postwar United States History,” Journal of American

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Durba Ghosh History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Since I arrived at Cornell in 2005, I have taught courses on modern South Asia, the British empire, gender, and colonialism. My first book, Sex and the Family in Colonial India , is about conjugal relationships between colonial officials and residents and local women in India; the book focused on gender, culture, law, archives, and colonial

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Greetings from the Chair: Notes on Public Engagement

Details: The publication showcases stellar examples of undergraduate research in the field of history and advertises for submissions across the country. Each year, CHS editors select five articles for the journal, which is free to the public. Ten years of journals are available online through the Cornell library's e-Commons: Ezra's Archives e-Commons link.

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Center for Social Sciences announces 2021-22 faculty

Details: Political polarization, environmental justice and inclusion in higher education are a few of big issues faculty members will tackle in the next academic year as fellows at the Cornell Center for Social Sciences (CCSS).. The center has announced a dozen faculty fellows for its 2021-22 cohort, representing seven colleges and schools.The program seeks to nurture the work of primarily early-career

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Ottoman history video reaches hundreds of thousands

Details: A "dig deeper" lesson created by Minawi accompanies the video. It links to some of his online lectures and other sources useful for the study of the history of the Ottoman Empire. The video took a year to put together, and it was an effort with the TED-Ed team in the United States and animators in Turkey. Minawi wrote the script and

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Kerry imparts experience, hope to the ‘next generation

Details: Cornell undergraduates prompted Kerry to answer key questions at the Belnick Family LaFeber/Lowi Presidential Forum, held online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kerry, who was secretary of state in former President Barack Obama’s administration and the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, shared his experiences on international and

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Ezra's Archives Journeys Forward History Cornell Arts

Details: In the middle of March, halfway through their second-semester, seniors Regan Murray and Max Fernandez, co-editors-in-chief of Ezra’s Archives (an undergraduate peer-reviewed history journal) had to move their work off-campus to the internet. The COVID-19 pandemic altered everything, including the activities of the Department of History’s student group, the Cornell Historical Society …

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Ernesto Bassi Arevalo History Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Publications. An Aqueous Territory: Sailor Geographies and New Granada’s Transimperial Greater Caribbean World (Durham: Duke University Press, 2016). (with Javier Puente) "A Revolution in Knowledge: The Intellectual Legacy of Visa Holders in the United States.A Permanent Work in Progress," Age of Revolutions: An Open-Access, Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal (July 2020).

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Ottoman History Reaches 270,000 History Cornell Arts

Details: Minawi took inspiration from his many years teaching an interactive course at Cornell titled "Introduction to the Ottoman Empire," which he offers every year at the freshman level. The video titled, The Rise of the Ottoman Empire , explores the early days of the Ottoman Empire, as shrewd political rulers grew the principality into an

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