Science and technology have literally changed the world. Abstract: Consists of technical reports created by the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Princeton University from 1947 to 1998. Two lectures, one preceptorial. The German department invited the Gruppe 47 to hold its annual meeting in Princeton from Friday, April 22 to Sunday, 24, 1966. Two lectures, one preceptorial. The history of the place we now know as the U. S. West, from European contact to the mid-twentieth century. Row 2: Anderson, Akhras, Phan, Lionberger, Schweiger, Gilleland, Kataoka, Smith, Adjiman, Glasser, Bangia, Burpee, Lai, Mylnar, Matar, Garg, Panmai, Lum. Other topics include labor, blacks and racism, women in progressive America, and the intellectual response to modernity. An exploration of three major themes in the history of India's emergence as a nation-state: colonial socio-economic and cultural transformations, the growth of modern collective identities and conflicts, and nationalism. Two lectures, one preceptorial. History of the Department Princeton University offered its first courses in chemical engineering in 1922 under the direction of Sir Hugh Stott Taylor. Two 90-minute classes. Row 3: Romagnoli, Mizrahi, Siriwatwechakul. Seminar topics tend to be cross-national and comparative. Welcome to Georgetown History The Department of History at Georgetown University is a collegial community of undergraduate majors, graduate students, alumni, and more than 40 full-time faculty members. Use space bar to activate menu; arrow keys to navigate; Escape to close; and enter to activate menu links. Nineteenth-century tensions between reform from above and revolution from below, with a focus on the political role of social groups and special attention to the origins of revolutionary conflict in 1905 and 1917. General introduction to major themes in the cultural, intellectual, and institutional history of China and Japan, with some attention to Korea and Southeast Asia. Topics include the creation of Spanish identity; Christian, Muslim, and Jewish relations; the Renaissance; the governance of Empire; imperial decline; and the Enlightenment. "Princeton in the nation's service'' under the auspices of the Politics Department took a practical turn in 1930 with the establishment of the School of Public and International Affairs, headed by Harold W. Dodds (later president of the University), and the Princeton Survey in State and Local Government under the direction of John F. Sly. The department has the following policies: Interdepartmental programs of particular interest to history department students are the Programs in African Studies, American Studies, Classics, East Asian Studies, European Cultural Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Hellenic Studies, History and the Practice of Diplomacy, Judaic Studies, Latin American Studies, Medieval Studies, and Near Eastern Studies. Courses may not be designated as cognates retroactively. The two semesters of junior independent work must be focused in two different geographical fields and in two different time periods. . The dynamism of Asia; environmental specificities of Africa and the Americas; slavery and other links across the Atlantic; the surprise onset of European predominance; colonialism, anti-colonialism, globalization. Topics covered include: trade, empire, and capitalism; class, gender, and religion; Gandhi, national independence, and partition; and postcolonial state and society. Notre Dame’s Department of History offers a graduate Ph.D. program in the fields Latin American, medieval, modern European, and United States history, as well as undergraduate majors and courses spanning antiquity to the present. The department's website, describes the program and requirements in detail. A study of the emergence of a distinctive Western European civilization out of Christian, Greco-Roman, and Germanic institutions and ideas from the decline of the Roman Empire to about A.D. 1050. Beliefs about the nature of the universe, the Earth, and even the human body changed drastically during the early modern period. America's republican experiment and its difficulties, 1776-90. The Department of History welcomes the Class of 2024 with a video introduction from current History students and answers to frequently asked questions about courses, the major, student research, and the History program in London. Provides an introduction to Southeast Asia and its prominent place in global history NES 343 through a series of encounters in time, from Marco Polo in Sumatra to the latest events in such buzzing cities as Bangkok, Jakarta, and Hanoi. NOTE: Given the global health and safety risks and continuing uncertainty around travel posed by the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the Office of International Programs is suspending undergraduate participation for all OIP programs abroad this fall. Historians working in this area tend to examine subjects that cross borders and are unmoored from a purely national historical context. The current faculty includes three members of the National Academy of Engineering, one member of the National Academy of Science, a MacArthur Fellow, an HHMI Investigator, two Guggenheim Fellows, three winners of New Faculty and Teacher-Scholar awards from the Dreyfus Foundation, and three members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. A survey of society, culture, and politics in the United States from the ratification of the Constitution to the Compromise of 1850. The relations between the United States and other nations from the 1890s to the present, treating political, economic, and cultural aspects of American foreign policy as well as the more important diplomatic and strategic problems. Emphasis will be laid on those social, political, intellectual, and religious developments that contributed most directly to forming modern European civilization. Two such courses may be taken during the junior and senior years and counted as departmental courses provided they contribute significantly to the student's plan of study. An intensive, documents-based introduction to methods and issues in Asian history, focusing on topics that embed Asia in the wider context of world history. Email: Row 2: Robinson, Drayton, Putnam, Bierwert, Layton, Brower, Ream, Apgar, Richards. The history department encourages students to take courses in other departments when they add depth and variety to their selected program of concentration. This course examines how, with an emphasis on understanding the place of scientific knowledge in the history of European exploration and expanding global power. One lecture, two classes. Tuition, Fees, and Other Financial Matters, Degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Program of Study for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts, Program of Study for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Reading Period, Dean's Date, and End-of-Term Work, Academic Standing, Leaves of Absence, and Reinstatement, Special Features of the Undergraduate Program, Graduate School, Departments & Programs of Study, Office of the Registrar, Course Information. In the middle of the 15th century, England suffered a series of dynastic struggles for the crown. For example, a student concentrating in Russian history might identify an appropriate course in politics to take as a cognate; a student concentrating in intellectual history might take an appropriate course in philosophy as a cognate. The Moral Witness: Trials and Testimony After Genocide. The emergence and development of natural philosophy in ancient Greece, with consideration of its Egyptian and Babylonian background and its subsequent articulation and modification in the medieval worlds of Islam and Western Europe. will vary. How does knowledge become universal? Two lectures, one preceptorial. In 1930, Sir Hugh Stott Taylor helped create the Department of Chemical Engineering, which separated from the Department of Chemistry in 1934 and awarded its first Ph.D. in 1948. Two lectures, one preceptorial. A survey course that begins with an overview of the continent at the end of the third century A.D. and ends with the death of Moshoeshoe in the 19th century. From the colonial era to the present, this course weaves together a comprehensive history of American cities and suburbs, cutting across social life, politics, economics, culture, and the built environment. The Department of History at Rutgers University–New Brunswick is dedicated to the close study and teaching of history from all periods and places. The problems investigated (Marco Polo in Asia, Jesuits in China, Russo-Japanese War, Japan's Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere, etc.) ... Department of History History courses taken in the first year and sophomore years are numbered among the 10 to 12 required for graduation. The department encourages students to master at least one language in addition to English. Row 2: Christianson, Walker, Acerra, Thomas, Bernd, Kamikawa, Wong. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Tracing the development of Jewish cultures and communities in Europe and the United States against the background of general history, the course focuses on themes such as the transformation of Jewish identity, the creation of modern Jewish politics, the impact of anti-Semitism, and the founding of the State of Israel. Feedback:, © 2020 The Trustees of Princeton University. Chair, Department of History Phone: (650) 723-3052. The senior departmental examination in the department consists of an oral examination based on the senior thesis and related topics. This seminar situates cultural production in Ba`thist Syria (1970-present)--in terms of its conditions of creation, circulation and reception--within a broader framework, namely, the history of modern Syria. The course will trace the political, social, and cultural developments that rendered these apparently similar reactions to royal misrule so different from one another. Major themes and figures in European thought and culture in the transition from the 19th to the 20th century. An examination of the transformation of the Russian Empire into the Soviet Empire. Cognates cannot be used to fulfill departmental distribution requirements. Department of African American Studies COVID-19: Coronavirus Information Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the seminar rooms will be unavailable during the 2020-2021 academic year. Intended as an introduction to Europe for students with little background in history. Welcome to the Department of History at the Pennsylvania State University! Europe's political, social, and economic adjustment to the Russian Revolution, to the emergence of America and Russia as superpowers, and to the loss of overseas imperial possessions. The political and social history of France from Napoleon to the Fifth Republic. Treatment of the separate courses of the two Germanies since 1945 and of their position in world politics. Beginning with a brief precolonial regional overview, the course examines European occupation following 1652; explores slavery, the frontier, intergroup relations, the growth of nationalism, the Boer War and unification, African resistance movements, the structure of politics, constitutional developments, and debates over race and class; and ends with the 1980s constitutional crisis. Row 2: Spink, Levin, Edwards, Porter, J. Wallach, Schorsch, Dickson. Row 4: Meng, L.-B. Explores how Europeans developed a new mechanistic science for astronomy, physics, and medicine with a dynamic culture of new institutions and technologies. What instruments, institutions, and activities made this possible? Moreover, to take full advantage of the international experience, study abroad should include some research work, and we urge students to take seminars that include a research component. This course explores the history of controversial substances (prescription medicines, over-the-counter products, black market substances, psychoactive drugs), and how, from cigarettes to alcohol and opium, they become vehicles for heated debates over immigration, identity, cultural and biological difference, criminal character, the line between legality and illegality, and the boundaries of the normal and the pathological. The focus will be on state formation in the 19th century, relations with the world economy, and changing patterns of social and political life in the 20th century. The Princeton University Department of History is an academic department at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Two lectures, one preceptorial. In the broader context of conflict between fascism, communism, and liberal democracy, the course examines various patterns and methods of occupation, collaboration, and resistance during World War II in Western and Eastern Europe. History of Department East Asian Studies at Princeton traces its roots to the Department of Oriental Languages and Literatures, founded in 1927. Two lectures, one preceptorial. ART/ARC 102 An Introduction to the History of Architecture presents Princeton Lost, an online exhibition of campus buildings that have been destroyed, ... Department of Art & Archaeology Princeton University, 105 McCormick Hall Princeton, New Jersey 08544. History on the Margins: People and Places in the Emergence of Modern France. The Old British Empire reaches its zenith, 1740-63. One three-hour seminar. Students will read historical studies as well as personal narratives by eyewitnesses and participants. Emphasis on problems and themes, including the French and Industrial Revolutions, nationalism, science and its discontents, popular culture, the mass movements of revolution and war. Themes covered: social organization, prenational politics, imperialism, cultural and economic elites, the Ottoman heritage. Row 6: Dean, Akhras, Burcham, Hamilton, Bhatia, Routh, Schafroth, Layn, Barkofsky, Paul, Sebastian, Matar, Klepeis. Row 5: Cartotto, L. Adamson, Crawford, Edgar. Title and Dates: Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Reports, 1947-1998. How did certain disciplines and practices take shape in global interactions since 1400? Row 3: Danaher, Porter, Johnson, Cameron, Sinclair, Jones, Robbins. Princeton University offered its first courses in chemical engineering in 1922 under the direction of Sir Hugh Stott Taylor. Row 5: Shen, J. Lee, Negin, Sharman, Esposito, Frechette, Sheehan, Werling, Tierney. Topics include urban planning and design, public and private spaces, social experience, urban investment and disinvestment, the metropolitan economy, politics and policy, arts and culture, city leadership, and the participation of ordinary people in shaping urban and suburban life. This includes the cancellation of the 2020-21 Novogratz Bridge Year Program and the suspension of fall 2020 study abroad. Through an exploration of historical debates in the scholarly literature on politics, aesthetics and culture, students will both contextualize and comment upon ongoing discussions surrounding contemporary Syria. Topics considered will also include: the development of science as a discipline; the connections between science and mathematics, philosophy, and technology; and the emergence of science as an integral part of modern societies. The impact of European colonial rule on the traditional societies of Africa in the 19th and 20th centuries. Two 90-minute classes. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Primary focus on the development of big business in the years following the Civil War, accompanying social processes such as immigration and urbanization, and the political responses to these phenomena, particularly populism and progressivism. Mikael D. Wolfe Assistant Professor of History Office: 200-226 . This course surveys the breadth of Jewish experience from the era of the Enlightenment to the contemporary period. Especially recommended for prospective concentrators. Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination at Princeton University: Princeton University believes that commitment to principles of fairness and respect for all is favorable to the free and open exchange of ideas, and the University seeks to reach out as widely as possible in order to attract the ablest individuals as students, faculty, and staff. But they must take 10 courses that satisfy the following pattern of requirements (note: an asterisk indicates a one-time-only topic or course): In the fall term of the junior year students are required to enroll in HIS 400 Junior Seminars. However, that institutional ancestor is a distant relation indeed, insofar as it was entirely lacking an East Asian component. Row 5: Elliott, Schweiger, Gumus, Agrawal. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Two lectures, one preceptorial. The recorded history of the Princeton area began in the late 17th century when European travelers crossed the narrow "waist" of New Jersey between the Delaware and Raritan rivers along paths created by the Lenni Lenape Indians. How did the sciences go out into the world? For a full list of faculty members and fellows please visit the department or program website. The problems investigated in the course (the Revolution, class and cultural relations, literature and society, and others) will vary. Row 4: Stadig, Rockwell, Beran, Pittenger, Crampton, Connell, Stevenson, Bowersox. One lecture, two preceptorials. Two 90-minute classes. Row 7: Klepeis, Sebastian, T. Lee, Paul, Meyer, Fischer. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Formal graduate study at Princeton was initiated in 1869 when three fellowships were established. In so doing, it will seek to describe and explain the origins and causes of the English Revolution. In the middle of the 17th another, rather different, civil war broke out. Two lectures, one preceptorial. As an undergraduate at Penn State, I had a great rapport with my academic adviser, Bernie Bronstein, whose assistance I sought frequently. Ideas, popular values, and cultural expression in the last century. Courses fulfilling the European, non-Western, premodern, and pre-20th-century U.S. history requirements are listed on the department's website under "Distribution Requirements.". Case studies will include Greece, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania, and Albania. Two 90-minute classes. This course will explore the Muslim experience of, and impact on, the Mediterranean world from the medieval period through the 20th century. Meet our award-winning faculty and see what's happening in the department. Focuses on the intellectual response to new forms of personal and social experience in the age of organized capitalism and imperialism, and the attempt to come to terms with the waning of romantic and revolutionary expectations inherited from the period before 1850. Students are required to take and pass at least two departmental courses before they enter the department. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Currently, hundreds of Penn State students are benefiting from our diverse and rigorous majors and minors. Two lectures, one preceptorial. From "Chinese opium" to Oxycontin, and from cocaine and "crack" to BiDil, drug controversies reflect enduring debates about the role of medicine, the law, the policing of ethnic identity, and racial difference. The talk was titled: “Why Gibbon Was Wrong: 472 and the Fall of Rome.” Salzman spoke about her new book, “The ‘Falls’ of Rome: Social and Religious History of the City, 273-573.” Sophomores intending to major in history may count one history course taken abroad toward the requirement to enter the department. The quest for certainty, freedom, and social harmony, as seen through the writings of contemporary Americans. Students may choose from a range of topics; assignments to specific seminars are made on the basis of these choices at the beginning of the fall term. University regulations stipulate that undergraduates may not take more than 12 departmental courses. The faculty encourage students to take as comprehensive a view of history as possible with the goal of cultivating a far-reaching understanding of the past. Lee, Feeney, Shvartsman, Miller, Jasiunas, Loo, Poon. Topics include housekeeping, child rearing, birth control, sexuality, work, feminism, and the role of gender in religious and political movements and economic development. Emphasis is placed on the major developments of scientific theory and practice since the chemical revolution of the late 18th century. The course engages with a wide range of media, from literature and drama to television and film. An examination of the emergence of biology as a scientific discipline since 1750, focusing on the cultural context and social impact of changes in biological knowledge. All juniors must be enrolled in one of the seminars. Row 4: Loo, Herman, Harding, Srivastava, Shvartsman, Esposito, Adjiman, T. Lee, Schweiger, J. Lee, Lai, Poon, Panmai. The independent work consists of writing a thesis on an approved subject of the student's choice. The plan of departmental study encourages the student to gain further knowledge of the major developments in (and problems of) history, spanning a broad range of time and place. An introduction to the discipline of history aimed at, but not limited to, history majors. Blood and Boundaries: The Limits of Religious and Racial Exclusion in Early Modern Latin America. In other years the course will explore historical dimensions of a particular legal concept, such as "rights," "coercion," "dependency," the "family," or "property." In recognition of the increasing role of biotechnology in the chemical engineering discipline, and in our department’s research and curriculum, the department officially became Chemical and Biological Engineering on July 1, 2010. An examination of changing patterns of manhood and womanhood, with an emphasis on women's experience. Topics include the Roaring 20s; the Great Depression and the New Deal; the homefront of World War II and the Cold War; the civil rights movement and the Great Society; the Vietnam War; the sexual revolutions; the Silent Majority, the Nixon administration, and Watergate. most, of the Mediterranean has been under some form of Muslim rule--whether Arab or Turkish--since the 7th century C.E.
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