Division: United States History*
20th century Chicano, Mexican, and Latino social, labor, and immigration history. Particular emphasis on West and Pacific Northwest.
*Adjunct faculty do not normally supervise first fields.
See the full time schedule available here. Students can also contact the graduate history office for information on independent study and dissertation credits.
HSTAS 521: Modern Japanese History (Kenneth Pyle)
HSTEU 513: Europe and the Modern World (Raymond Jonas)
HSTAA 525: American Social History Since 1860 (James Gregory)
HSTAA 532: Research Seminar in Recent US History, Part 1 of 2 (Susan Glenn)
HSTRY 500: Historical Perspectives (Vicente Rafael)
HSTRY 570: Teaching History (Jordanna Bailkin)
HSTAS 530: Field Course in SE Asian History (Laurie Sears and Christoph Giebel)
HSTAS 581: Modern Korean History (Hwasook Nam)
HSTRY 571: Orientation to an Academic Career in History (Jordanna Bailkin)
HSTAA 513: Research Seminar in US West, Part 1 of 2 (John Findlay)
HSTAA 521: American History: Writings and Interpretations, 1770-1870 (Stephanie Smallwood)
HSTAA 533: Research Seminar in Recent US History, Part 2 of 2 (Susan Glenn)
HSTRY 572: Dissertation Prospectus Workshop (Lynn Thomas)
HSTRY 598: Methods of Historical Research (Laurie Sears)
HSTAA 514: Research Seminar in US West, Part 2 of 2 (John Findlay)
HSTAA 522: American History: Writings and Interpretations since 1870 (James Gregory)
HSTAS 532: Seminar in SE Asian History (Laurie Sears)