Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies
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Participating Faculty: Kaysha Corinealdi (IN), Kerri Greenidge (IN), Roger House (HI Faculty Advisor, JR), and Ralph Trost (IN).
This minor emphasizes the power of studying the past. Courses chronicle the social, political, economic, and cultural trends that have shaped human society. Among the themes covered are the construction of historical accounts, the role of culture and memory as historical evidence, and the value of history in communication and arts careers and everyday life. Students are encouraged to critically engage with a wide range of primary and secondary sources, and will have the opportunity to examine how the documenting and “telling” of history largely affects what is presented as socially, culturally, and political possible.
A minimum of 4 courses, 16 credits, is required for the minor. Students must take either HI 200 Contemporary World History or HI 235 History of the United States.
Students must choose one of the following:
- HI 200 - Contemporary World History
- HI 235 - History of the United States
The remaining 12 credits are selected from the courses below and must include at least one HI course at the 300 or 400 level. ?Students may choose up to one course (4 credits) that does not have a History (HI) designation. Students wishing to concentrate in either World History or U.S. History are advised to take two or more courses in those areas. ?(For additional classes, always check the semester registration listings.)
History Minor Courses
- HI 200?-? Contemporary World History (if not used as core course)
- HI 201?-? Africa, Asia, and the Middle East in Popular History
- HI 203?-? Social Movements in the U.S.
- HI 204?-? Islam in the World
- HI 208?-? Europe in Wartime: Conflicts of the 20th Century
- HI 211?-? African American History
- HI 214?-? Topics in U.S. History**
- HI 235?-? History of the United States (if not used as core course)
- HI 240?-? Topics in World History**
- HI 310?-? Demystifying Revolutionaries: Race, Imperialism, and Transformative Change in Latin America*
- HI 340?-? Advanced Topics in World History**
- HI 498?-? Directed Study*
- IN 127?-? The Politics of the Past: History, Memory, and the Arts
- IN 203?-? Post-Colonial Cultures
- IN 223?-? Blacks, Whites, and Blues
- IN 230?-? Evolution of Queer Identity: History, Literature, and Theory
- IN 304?-? Encountering Africa on Page and Screen
- IN 316?-? The War on Drugs
- PL 230?-? The United States and Latin America
**Check current course listings for specific topics