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. (for a list of courses sorted by professor, click here) 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.

 

Fall 2018

HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (Edwards, Parlopiano)
HS 101M Making of the Modern World: Europe (Brennan)
HS 102M Making of the Modern World: United States I (Mulcahy)
HS 103 Making of the Modern World: United States II ( Stoil)
HS 105D/M Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Diehl)
HS 105D Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Parks)
HS 106D         Making of the Modern World: Africa (Staff)
HS 107D Making of the Modern World: Middle East (Staff)
HS 108D Making of the Modern World: Latin America (Carey)

HS 303 The Early Middle Ages (DeVries)
HS/CL 313 History of Christmas (Walsh)
HS 315 The French Revolution and Napoleon (Brennan)
HS/CL 326 The Golden Age of Athens (Taylor)
HS 335 History of the Crusades (DeVries)
HS 347         Our Rights: Civil and Human Rights (Hill)
HS 348           Civil War (Pegram)
HS 350 World War II in America (Pegram)
HS 352 US Since 1945 (Stoil)
HS 374D East Asia on Film (Parks)
HS 389D Women & Social Change in Modern Africa (Schmidt)
HS 398   Global Histories of Disability (Scalenghe)

HS 400 History Methods (DeVries)
HS 415 Scientist and Psychics (Edwards)
HS 423 Disasters in American History (Mulcahy)
HS 480 Seminar: Cold War in South Africa (Schmidt)
HS 490 Seminar: Environmental History in Latin America (Carey)

Spring 2019

HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (Brennan, DeVries, Edwards, Parlopiano)
HS 101M Making of the Modern World: Europe (Brennan, Parlopiano)
HS 102M  Making of the Modern World: US I (Mulcahy)
HS 103 Making of the Modern World: United States II (Pegram)
HS 105D Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Diehl)
HS 107DM Making of the Modern World: Middle East (Staff)
HS 315 The French Revolution and Napoleon (Brennan)
HS 324 Warfare in the Eastern Mediterranean from Troy to Iraq (DeVries)
HS/CL 329 Women in Greece and Rome (Taylor)
HS 338     Magic, Science and Religion (Edwards)
HS 346 Revolutionary America (Mulcahy)
HS 352 America Since 1945 (Pegram)
HS 381D Search for the Divine: Hindu, Christian, Muslim and Buddhist Ways in
India (Borges)
HS 390D Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (Carey) Service Learning
Optional
HS 397 Women and Gender in the Arab World (Scalenghe)
HS 413    Medieval Military History (DeVries)
HS 415 Scientists and Psychics: Victorian Science and the Boundaries of
Belief (Edwards)
HS 473 Seminar: Ending Anarchy in Seventeenth-Century Europe (Brennan)

 

Fall 2019

HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (Edwards, Parlopiano, Sandler)
HS 102M Making of the Modern World: United States I (Mulcahy)
HS 107D Making of the Modern World: The Middle East (Scalenghe)
HS/CL 300 Death of the Roman Republic (Taylor)
HS 305 The Later Middle Ages (Parlopiano)
HS 318 Creation of Modern Germany: 1770-1992 (Sandler)
HS 331 Ideas in Conflict: European Thought Since the Eighteenth Century
(Edwards)
HS 376D Memories of Nagasaki and Hiroshima (Diehl)
HS 382 Crime and Punishment in Latin America (Carey)
HS 442D Health and Illness in Latin America (Carey)
HS 449D The Modern Middle East through Film and Literature (Scalenghe)
HS 475/ Seminar:The Persecution of the Christians in the Roman World 
CL 324 (Walsh)

Spring 2020

HS 101 Making of the Modern World: Europe (DeVries, Edwards, Parlopiano,
Sandler)
HS 102M Making of the Modern World: US I (Mulcahy)
HS 103 Making of the Modern World US II (Pegram)
HS 105D Making of the Modern World: East Asia (Diehl)
HS 108D Making of the Modern World: Latin America (Carey)
HS 308 White Man’s Burden (Edwards)
HS 319 Nazi Germany & the Holocaust  (Sandler)
HS/CL 326 The Golden Age of Athens (Taylor)
HS/CL 327 Disasters of Ancient Rome (Walsh)
HS 339 Fall of Two Empires: Rome & Byzantium (DeVries)
HS 346 Revolutionary America (Mulcahy)
HS 352 America Since 1945 (Pegram)
HS 377D   History of Modern China (Diehl)
HS 380D History of South Asia in the Twentieth Century (Borges)
HS 397 Women and Gender in the Arab World (Scalenghe)
HS 400 History Methods (DeVries)
HS 491 Sem: Migration, Displacement and Refugees: Middle East (Scalenghe)