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History at Night

Every year, the history department offers its core courses at night at least once. With careful planning, it is possible to complete a standard concentration history major entirely with nighttime courses. For help with planning a nighttime major, please contact the department.

Gateway and Practicum Courses 2018-2019

Students in all of the HST major concentrations are required to take a pair of linked courses that includes a topical 300-level HST course in one quarter (called the “gateway course”) and the linked HST 390 research practicum, which is also the major’s Senior Capstone Seminar, on the same topic and taught by the same instructor the following quarter. The courses for 2018-19 are:

Spring
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Autumn
HST 335 (Gateway) Age of Enlightenment HST 390 Capstone in Historical Research and Writing

Gateway and Practicum Courses 2019-2020

Students in all of the HST major concentrations are required to take a pair of linked courses that includes a topical 300-level HST course in one quarter (called the “gateway course”) and the linked HST 390 research practicum, which is also the major’s Senior Capstone Seminar, on the same topic and taught by the same instructor the following quarter. The courses for 2019-20 are:

Autumn
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Winter
HST 343 (Gateway) Crime and Punishment HST 390 Capstone in Historical Research and Writing
Winter
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Spring
HST 340 (Gateway) Women and Film in Japan HST 390 Capstone in Historical Research and Writing
Spring
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Autumn
HST 375 (Gateway) The Great Depression and the New Deal Era HST 390 Capstone in Historical Research and Writing