Well, we’re nearly halfway through the Fall term. Enrollments in the W&S MA concentration are growing, and we’re getting our first students in the new W&S undergrad minor and the equally-new W&S/Public History hybrid MA. We premiered at least one new course this term — Dr. Lockhart’s “Living History” course, which looks at “living history” and reenacting as avenues for public history (and how to do that properly) — and next term we’ll have a bumper crop of W&S-eligible classes. Again, remember that if you’re intending to get your History MA with a War & Society concentration, all of your courses — your required courses, that is — must be deemed “W&S eligible.” Please refer to the program guidelines elsewhere on this site.
Here are the W&S course selections for grad credit:
HST 6000-02: Greek Warfare (1:25 – 2:20pm MWF, Dr. Bruce Laforse)
HST 6050-01: The Crusades (10:10 – 11:05am MWF, Dr. Christopher Beck)
HST 6150-01: Europe between the Wars (11:00am – 12:20pm TR, Dr. Susan Carrafiello)
HST 6450-01: Colonialism in the Middle East (2:00 – 3:20pm TR, Dr. Awad Halabi)
HST 6820-01: Military Technology and the Art of War, 1750-1945 (9:30 – 10:50am TR, Dr. Paul Lockhart)
HST 6830-01: History of South Africa (12:20 – 1:15pm MWF, Dr. Christopher Oldstone-Moore)
HST 7130-01: US in the Cold War (seminar) (4:40 – 7:20pm M, Dr. Jonathan Winkler)
HST7400-01: Comparative Genocide (seminar) (5:00 – 7:40 T, Dr. John Sherman)
Again, I should remind all of our W&S graduate students that they must also take HST 7000, which will also be offered Spring 2016. This semester, Dr. Lockhart will be teaching HST7000 (HST7000-01, 5:00 – 7:40 T, Dr. Paul Lockhart).