Loyola University Maryland

Department of History

Course Offerings

Below is a tentative numeric listing of the courses that will be offered in the next few years. Students should note that the list is subject to change. For more information on all History course descriptions, click here. Majors are strongly suggested to take History Methods (HS 400) their sophomore year.

Spring 2020


HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (Borges, Edwards, Parlopiano, Ross, Sandler)
HS 102M  Making of the Modern World: United States I (Mulcahy, England)
HS 103 Making of the Modern World: United States II (Jamison, Pegram)
HS 105D Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Parks)
HS 106D Making of the Modern World: Africa (Okoh)
HS 107D Making of the Modern World: The Middle East (Bolanos)
HS 108D Making of the Modern World: Latin America (Carey)
HS 309 Law, Lawyers & Litigation in European History (Parlopiano)
HS 312 History of Ancient Greece (Taylor)
HS 327 Disasters of Ancient Rome (Walsh)
HS 330 Gender, Race & Class in Modern Europe (Ross)
HS 331 Ideas and Conflicts: European Thought Since 18th Century (Edwards)
HS 345 The Peoples of Early America (Mulcahy) 
HS 355D African American History as Public History (Jamison)
HS 361 History of American Capitalism (England)
HS 374D East Asia on Film (Parks)
HS 375D Indian History, Culture & Religion in Film (Borges)
HS 399D Global Environmental History (Bolanos)
HS 400 History Methods (Okoh)
HS 412 Gods and Monsters: Iconography of 19th Century Europe (Edwards)
HS 442D Health & Illness in Latin America (Carey)
HS 465 Seminar: Inside the Civil War (Pegram)
HS 498 Seminar: History of Intellectual Disabilities (Scalenghe)

For Course descriptions and times please see the History Spring 2020 pdf or go to Webadvisor

Fall 2019



HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (Borges, Edwards, Parlopiano, Ross)
HS 102M Making of the Modern World: United States I (Mulcahy)
HS 103 Making of the Modern World: United States II (England, Jamison)
HS 105D Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Parks)
HS 107D Making of the Modern World: The Middle East (Bolanos, Scalenghe)
HS 108D Making of the Modern World: Latin America (Franco)
HS/CL300 Death of the Roman Republic (Taylor)
HS 304 Reformation Europe (Parlopiano)
HS 319 Nazi Germany & the Holocaust (Sandler)
HS 332 Enlightenment in Europe (Edwards)
HS 346 Revolutionary America (Mulcahy)
HS 347 History Civil & Human Rights Law (Hill)
HS 359 African American History through Film (Jamison)
HS 380D History South Asia in 20th Century (Borges)
HS 389D Gender & Power in Modern Africa (Okoh)
HS 395 Violence & Holiness in 20th Century El Salvador (Carey)
HS 396D Modern Middle East through Literature & Film (Bolanos)
HS 400 History Methods (Okoh)
HS 417D Germans in Africa, Africans in Germany (Sandler)
HS 475 Persecution of Christ in the Roman World (Walsh)
HS 478 Global Histories of Sexuality (Ross)
Martha Taylor
Faculty

Martha Taylor

This long-time Loyola professor of Classics has helped to institute an advising program for all majors

Classics, History