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HIST 108 H MEDIEVAL EUROPE (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of Europe during the medieval period. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 110 H BEGINNINGS OF MODERN EUROPE (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of Europe from 1500 to the French Revolution. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 111 GH EAST ASIAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
An examination of selected developments, themes and issues in the history of east Asia. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 115 H EUROPE & THE WORLD (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of Europe from the French Revolution to the present. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 117 GH HISTORY OF MODERN CHINA (4.00 credits)
This course provides a general by analytic survey of Chinese modern history from the late 17th century to present. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 120 GH WORLD CIVILIZATION SINCE 1500 (4.00 credits)
World history since 1500, with emphasis on the global nature of historical changes. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 131 H AMERICAN HISTORY I (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of the US from pre-Columbian times to the Civil War. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 132 H AMERICAN HISTORY II (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of the U.S. from post-Civil War to the present. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 204 DH HISTORY OF AMER SOCIAL MOVEMENTS (4.00 credits)
A survey of US social movements, with emphasis on post WWII movements. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 207 H RECENT UNITED STATES HISTORY (4.00 credits)
A survey of Post World War II American History. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 211 H HIST GERMNY FRM UNIFCTN TO NAZIFCTN (4.00 credits)
A history of Germany from the Wars of Unification to the seizure of power by Adolf Hitler in 1933. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 221 GH MODERN JAPAN (4.00 credits)
Transformation of Japan from a feudal to a post-industrial society and global economic power. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 238 AMERICAN LABOR HISTORY (4.00 credits)
Emphasis will be placed on understanding how working people shaped developments in U.S. history. (Varies) Prerequisites: None.
HIST 240 H THE MIDDLE EAST (4.00 credits)
A survey of the history of the Middle East from 1900 to the present. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 249 GH HISTORY OF US & EAST ASIAN RELATNS (4.00 credits)
A course that studies US and East Asian relations since the 19th century. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 251 2DH ASIAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE (4.00 credits)
A course that examines major issues in the history of the Asian American experience from the middle of the 19th century to present.   Prerequisites: COR 1 or equivalent, open to students in their second or third year or sophomore and above transfers.
HIST 271 H SELECTED ISSUES (4.00 credits)
Selected issues varies by topic. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 284 GH HIST OF PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA (4.00 credits)
A study of the history of the People's Republic of China since 1949. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 295 PROSEM:HISTORIANS/-IOGRAPHY/METHOD (4.00 credits)
An introductory study of historical method and selected historical traditions. Includes an introduction to the use of historical data bases. All majors and minors are encouraged to take this course no later than their junior year. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 310A CHINA TRADITION & TRANSFORMATION(A) (3.00 credits)
This course is an introduction to Chinese history and culture and preparatory session for the field study of contemporary China. Prerequisites:  COR 1 or equivalent and open to students in their second or third year or sophomore and above transfers.
HIST 310A 2GH CHINA TRADITION & TRANSFORMATION(A) (3.00 credits)
The HIST 310A/B sequence satisfies the 2, G, and H tags. To receive these tags, a student must enroll in and succesfully complete HIST 310A in the Spring and HIST 310B 2GH in the summer. If you wish to receive the 2, G, and H tags for this sequence (which is set up as two separate courses), enroll in HIST 310A in the Spring term and HIST 310B 2GH in the Summer term. The tags will be added to your record after successful completion of HIST 310B 2GH.
HIST 310B 2GH CHINA TRADITION & TRANSFORMATION(B) (1.00 credits)
The second of a two-semester sequence studying contemporary Chinese history and current issues, consisting of a short period of on-campus preparation and a trip to China. Students are responsible for the field trip expenses in addition to tuition. (SS) Prerequisites: COR 1 or equivalent; open to second or third year students or sophomore and above transfers; HIST 310A.
HIST 312 GHU CHINA AND THE WEST (4.00 credits)
A course that examines the history of China's relations with the West, focusing on the period since 1500. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 325 H GERMANY & THE RISE OF NAZI GERMANY (4.00 credits)
Introduction to the origins of the Nazi Party and its rise to power within the context of German historical and social developments from WWI through 1945. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 341 H EUROPEAN HOLOCAUST (4.00 credits)
A history of the Holocaust which explores the policies of the Nazis that called for the extermination of the Jews of Europe and other targeted populations. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 342 AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY (4.00 credits)
An investigation of the United States and its relations with other nations since 1898. Crosslisted with PS 342. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 359 D AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
African American history from the beginning of the African Diaspora to the present. Cross-listed with ETHS 359. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 360 HISTORY OF WOMEN IN AMERICA (4.00 credits)
Women in North America and the United States from 1500 to the present. Special emphasis will be placed on understanding how and why ideas about femininity and masculinity have changed over time. (Varies) Prerequisites: None.
HIST 361 3D FREEDOM RIDES: THE CIVIL RIGHTS ERA (4.00 credits)
This class focuses on the Civil Rights and Black Power era, especially in the North. Students will also travel to various northern cities over Fall Break as part of this class as we relive this turbulent era. Cross-listed with ETHS 480B. Prerequisite: Instructor Consent.
HIST 362 19TH CENTURY AMERICAN HOMOPHOBIA (4.00 credits)
A study of the development of homophobia in the US during the last 20 years of the 19th century in response to that era's discovery of the "homosexual." Crosslisted with WS 362. Prerequisites: HIST 132 or consent of instructor.
HIST 363 NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
Various Native American societies in North America from before European contact to the 1980s. Some emphasis will be placed on people who have resided in the Wisconsin and Great Lakes regions. (Varies) Prerequisites: None.
HIST 375 WORLD WAR II (4.00 credits)
General survey course of WWII from 1930s until 1945. Prerequisites: None.
HIST 390A CHINA: TRADITION&TRANSFORMATION (A) (3.00 credits)
This is the first of a two-semester course sequence studying Chinese history and contemporary issues. It examines the impact of China's cultural tradition in current Chinese society and the force of change that has challenged Chinese tradition. The main theme of the course is Confucian culture and Chinese reform. Specifically, students will investigate how the Confucian tradition has shaped Chinese society and impacted all facets of Chinese life, and how these values have influenced the pattern of Chinese modernization as they are simultaneously challenged and reshaped by China's recent transformations. During the Spring semester, the class is designed to introduce Chinese history and culture and to prepare students for the field study in Summer. Prerequisites: COR 1 and 2.
HIST 390A 3GH CHINA: TRADITION&TRANSFORMATION (A) (3.00 credits)
The HIST 390A/B sequence satisfies the 3, G, and H tags. To receive these tags, a student must enroll in and succesfully complete HIST 390A in the Spring and HIST 390B 3GH in the summer. If you wish to receive the 3, G, and H tags for this sequence (which is set up as two separate courses), enroll in HIST 390A in the Spring term and HIST 390B 3GH in the Summer term. The tags will be added to your record after successful completion of HIST 390B 3GH.
HIST 390B 3GH CHINA: TRADITION&TRANSFORMATION (B) (1.00 credits)
This is the second of a two-semester course sequence studying Chinese history and contemporary issues. It examines the impact of China's cultural tradition in current Chinese society and the force of change that has challenged Chinese tradition. The main theme of the course is Confucian culture and Chinese reform. Specifically, students will investigate how the Confucian tradition has shaped Chinese society and impacted all facets of Chinese life, and how these values have influenced the pattern of Chinese modernization as they are simultaneously challenged and reshaped by China's recent transformations. The Summer portion of the course consists of a short period of on-campus preparation, an on-site nearly 3-week study in China, and the completion of individual projects after our return to campus. Prerequisites: COR 1 and 2.
HIST 400A SELECT ISSUES IN EUROPEAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
A study of the historiography of significant individuals, movements or groups in European History. Topics vary. Prerequisites: HIST 295 and junior standing.
HIST 400B SELECT ISSUES IN AMERICAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
A study of the historiography of significant individuals, movements or groups in American History. Topics vary. Prerequisites: HIST 295 and junior standing.
HIST 400C SELECT ISSUES IN EAST ASIAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
A study of the historiography of significant individuals, movements or groups in East Asian History. Topics vary. Prerequisites: HIST 295 and junior standing.
HIST 401 SEMINAR (4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: HIST 295 and junior standing.
HIST 401A RESEARCH PAPER IN EUROPEAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
Discuss and write a major research paper. Prerequisites: HIST 295, 400A, and junior standing.
HIST 401B RESEARCH PAPER IN AMERICAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
Discuss and write a major research paper. Prerequisites: HIST 295, 400B, and junior standing.
HIST 401C RESEARCH PAPER IN E. ASIAN HISTORY (4.00 credits)
Discuss and write a major research paper. Prerequisites: HIST 295, 400C, and junior standing.
HIST 459 TCHNG HISTORY & SOC STUDIES-MID/SCH (3.00 credits)
A study of the significant problems and issues in teaching history and social studies. This course does not count toward the credits in history required for a major or a minor. (varies) Prerequisites: None.
HIST 479 INDEPENDENT STUDY - HISTORY (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Investigation of selected topics in history under the direction of a history faculty member. (Prerequisite: A history course at Edgewood College or consent of instructor) Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
HIST 479A INDEPENDENT STUDY - EUROPEAN HISTOR (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
HIST 479B INDEPENDENT STUDY - U.S. HISTORY (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.
HIST 479C INDEPENDENT STUDY - EAST ASIAN HIST (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Prerequisites: consent of instructor.

GEOG 265 E ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION (2.00 credits)
A seminar designed to investigate the ecological, cultural, geographic and economic background of the conservation of natural resources. Some of the specific issues that will be explored are: resource allocation and energy production; water issues; intergenerational externalities and food production; and population pressures. A special section will be devoted to producer and consumer cooperatives and alternative institutional responses to many of these pressing issues. Prerequisites: None.
GEOG 266 MAPPING WISCONSIN (2.00 credits)
This course is intended for students in the social sciences and education who are interested in the inter-relationships between Wisconsin's physical environment and its people. Topics will include physiographic history, landscape regions, landscape morphology, climate, natural vegetations, and soils, among other things. (F)
GEOG 279 INDEPENDENT STUDY - GEOGRAPHY (1.00 - 4.00 credits)
Consent of Instructor. Prerequisites: consent of instructor.