Fall 2015 Graduate Schedule

          
 Students from departments outside of History must receive approval from the instructor prior to enrolling in a History course.  Please forward an email with the instructor's endorsement to: Paulina Trunzo, Graduate Program Assistant (paulina.trunzo@nyu.edu), along with your request for a permission code.  To view course descriptions and syllabi, click on the course title. For additional information about a specific course, please contact the professor directly.Indicates courses sponsored by other departments  
 Draft: 10/1/15 
 FALL 2015 GRADUATE SCHEDULE  * SUBJECT TO CHANGE 
 STUDENTS: PLEASE CHECK ALBERT FOR THE MOST ACCURATE COURSE SCHEDULING INFORMATION 
 Course NumberClass NumberTitleTypeDay & TimeInstructorCrosslist #Building & Room 
 HIST-GA.100124826Poetic Knowledge in South Asia and the Middle East WED 4:55 - 7:35AliELEC-GG2780194 Mercer, Room 202 
 HIST-GA.10022295Topics Seminar: Race, Security and War in the US and the WorldSEMThu 9:30 - 12:15SinghAMST-GA.2304 20CS 4CONF 
 HIST-GA.10101506Introduction to ArchivesCLQMon 4:55 - 7:35WoshDRAP-GA.1025, MSMS-GA.1010KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.11102144Literature of the Field - US HistoryLECThu 2:00 - 4:45St. John & Needham KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.12092375319th Century France and it's EmpireCLQThu 9:30 - 12:00GersonIFST-GA 1610IFST 
 HIST-GA.111517279Historical Anthropology of the Middle AgesCLQWed 9:30 - 12:15Bedos-RezakMEDI-GA.1115KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.142117818Debates in Modern Irish HistorySEMTue  3:30 - 6:00LeeIRISH-GA.1421Erin 101 
 HIST-GA.142517276Ireland in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800SEMWed 3:30 - 6:00TruxesIRISH-GA.1425 Erin 101 
 HIST-GA.144117819Easter 1916 & Beyond:  Post-colonial Ireland in the American ContextSEMThu 3:30 - 6:00CaseyIRISH-GA.1427Erin 101 
 HIST-GA.165117269Ottoman Empire in EuropeSEMWed 4:55 - 7:35PeirceMEIS-GA 1650     KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.165417938Seminar in Modern Middle Eastern History: Modern PalestineSEMThu 2:00 - 4:45LockmanMEIS-GA.1654 Kevo LL1 
 HIST-GA.17501507Intro to Public HistoryCLQWed 4:55 - 7:35WoshMSMS-GA.1750, DRAP-GA.1752 KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.175217268Local and Community HistorySEMThu 4:55 - 7: 35MalinDRAP-GA.1753KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.178417907Topics in African Literature: Africa In TheorySEMMon 11:00 - 1:45SandersAFRS-GA.2901.002KJCC 324 
 HIST-GA.180117270Lit of the Field: African DiasporaCLQTue 4:55-7:35GomezAFRS-GA.3630KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.200117273Atlantic World (Literature of the Field)CLQWed 9:30 - 12:15Goetz KJCC 602 
 HIST-GA.20311508Advanced Archival DescriptionSEMMon 4:55 - 7:35Arnold 25 West         4t C-16. 
 HIST-GA.20331509Creating Digital HistorySEMTue 4:55 - 7:35Hajo KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.21622163Topics: Digital ArchivesCLQThu 4:55 - 7:35Mennerich KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.216317056The Habsburg MonarchyCLQTues 2:00 - 4:45WolffEURO-GA.2163CEMS, 285M_7FL 
 HIST-GA.21682398Methods and Approaches to World HistorySEMMon 4:55 - 7:30Truxes KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.254017934Nationalism and Nation-State in the Middle EastCLQMon 2:00 - 4:45SayedMEIS-GA.1670 KEVO LL2 
 HIST-GA.260617275Human Rights and Humanitarian InterventionSEMWed 2:00 - 4:45Nolan & YoungDRAP-GA.2616KJCC 324 
 HIST-GA.261524061American Legal HistoryLECMon & WedHulseboschLAW-LW.10820Vanderbilt Hall 208 
 HIST-GA.268920039Nazi Germany: The Racial State and the Persecution of MinoritiesLECMon 9:30 - 12:15KaplanHBRJD-GA.2689  
 HIST-GA.27072194Agrarian Question in Modern HistorySEMMon 2:00 - 4:45KarlEAST-GA.2600KJCC 717 
 HIST-GA.28002155Topics in Latin America: Cities and Citizenship in Latin American HistoryCLQMon 2:00 - 4:45Weinstein KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.280119961Comparatism, Contingency, and the CaribbeanSEMTue 12:30 - 3:15DopicoCOLIT-GA.265019 UP rm. 229 
 HIST-GA.290119077Topics: Science, Technology, and Infrastructure in AfricaCLQThu 9:30 - 12:15LivingstonAMST-GA 2301KJCC 717 
 HIST-GA.297217263Italian Colonialism & PostcolonialismSEMMon: 3:30 - 6:00Ben-GhiatITAL-GA.2972 Casa 203 
 HIST-GA.30131510Research in Archives and Public HistorySEMArchives Independent StudyWosh N/A 
 HIST-GA.301920061World History MA ThesisINDIndependent StudyTruxes N/A 
 HIST-GA.3020.0012160Readings in History (Exam Prep Course I)CLQIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3021.0011511Research in History ISEMIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3021.0021512Research in History IISEMIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3021.0031513Research in History IIISEMIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3022.0011514Readings in History ICLQIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3022.0021515Readings in History IICLQIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.3022.00317246Readings in History IIICLQIndependent StudySmyrlis N/A 
 HIST-GA.30232156Readings in Archival ManagementCLQArchives Independent Study Wosh N/A 
 HIST-GA.321317784Eastern Europe Workshop *2 credit courseWKSWed 12:30 - 2:00WolffEURO-GA.3213285 Mercer St., 7th fl., CEMS Seminar Rm. 
 HIST-GA.3603.0012158Approaches to Historical Research and WritingSEMTue 2:00 - 4:45Gordon KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.3603.00217118Approaches to Historical Research and WritingSEMWed 2:00 - 4:45Gordon KJCC 701 
 HIST-GA.370424062Legal History ColloquiumCLQWED 2:10 - 4:00ChuLAW-LW.12050.001Vanderbilt Hall 201 
 HIST-GA.38031770Atlantic WorkshopCLQTue 11:00 - 12:15Eustace KJCC 607 
 HIST-GA.382617271Reconstructing LivesSEMTue 2:00 - 4:45Hodes KJCC 717