Syllabi

Below you will find syllabi for various classes which are taught in the Department of History.  Not all syllabi may be available at any given time. 

PLEASE NOTE:  These syllabi are for general information purposes.  These syllabi DO NOT supersede the syllabus you receive in any given class during any particular semester.  The syllabi handed out by instructors at the beginning of the term contain the pertinent information and the requirements for that term.  Again, these syllabi are provided so that students and prospective students can get a general idea of that is taught in each course.


HIST 1110.  World Civilization to 1500 (Page) VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 1110.  World Civilization to 1500 (Burgess) VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 1120. World Civilization since 1500  (Antkiewicz) VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 2010. The United States to 1877 VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3010. History of Tennessee VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3020. Minority and Ethnic History VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3310. Ancient History  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3320. Medieval History    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3330. Early Modern Europe     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3340. Modern Europe 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3410. Introduction to Historical Methods  (Page)   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3410. Introduction to Historical Methods  (Maxon)   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3710. A Survey of the Middle East 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3720. History of Africa    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3730. Conquest to Independence in Latin America     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3740. History of Asia     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3910. History of Christianity    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3920. History of Islam     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3930. History of Science   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3940. War in the Modern World     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 3989-99.  Cooperative Education     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4017/5017. Beginnings of America
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4037/5037. The American Revolution     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4047/5047. The Early Republic     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4057/5057. The Age of Jackson    VIEW SYLLABUS
 
HIST 4067/5067. The Civil War    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4097/5097. The Emergence of the United States,
                               1865-1933
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4107/5107. Recent United States, 1933-Present     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4117/5117. American Diplomacy   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4127/5127. Social and Intellectual History of the U.S.
                                to 1877   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4137/5137. Social and Intellectual History of the U.S.
                               since 1877  
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4147/5157. The Old South, 1607-1869   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4157/5157. The South Since 1865     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4167/5167.  History of Southern Appalachians   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4177/5177.  The West in the Life of the Nation     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4197/5197. Urban History   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4207/5207. Ancient Religions   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4217/5217. History of Ancient Greece   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4227/5227.  History of Rome    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4937/5937. Women in the Ancient World    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4230. Renaissance and Reformation Europe    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4327/5327. Expansion of Europe Overseas,
                               Since 1492 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4357/5367. Intellectual History of Europe
                                to the French Revolution 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4377/5377. Intellectual History of Europe
                               since the French Revolution 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4387/5387. History of the Holocaust   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4417/5417.  Methods of teaching history   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4507/5507.  England to 1714     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4517/5517.  England, 1714-Present     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4527/5527. Modern France   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4607/5607.  History of Russia to 1917     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4617/5617. History of Russia since 1917     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4627/5627. Modern Germany    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4707/5707 East Asia since 1900     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4717/5717. Modern Middle East, 1800-Present  
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4727/5727. Modern Africa     VIEW SYLLABUS  

HIST 4730. Latin America: Revolution and Nationalism     VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4837/5837.  American Women since World War II   VIEW SYLLABUS
 
HIST 4900. Independent Study
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4910. Survey of the Modern World      VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4927/5927. World War II in Europe      VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957. Special Topics in History    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957. American Policy: Kurds, Chechens,
                               Kashmiris, Pastuns    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4956/5956. Historical Jesus and the Early Church    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957. Byzantium
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5940: Historiography   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  Europe since 1945   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  Europe in the Age of Total War   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  The Coercive Utopians: Hitler, 
                                Stalin, Mussolini 
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  the Holocaust    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5950: Introduction to Historical Research   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5010: American Colonial History   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5020: Europe Between the Wars: 1919-1939    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5020: World War I in Europe   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5020: World War II in Europe, 1939-1945   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 5020: Hitler and Nazi Germany   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  The Sixties
  VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  Blacks in Film in the 20th Century    VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  History of Sports in America   VIEW SYLLABUS

HIST 4957/5957.  Race in America   VIEW SYLLABUS


Please note: Seminars (5010, 5020, 5030) cover a wide variety of subjects.  The subjects posted in these syllabi are just a few of those which are offered.

L ast modified:  Ides of August, in the 2762th ab urbe condita (from the Foundation of the City, Rome, that is....for those of you on a different calendar).