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    Skidmore College
   
 
  Oct 23, 2017
 
Catalog 2017-2018 
  
Catalog 2017-2018

Courses


Course Credit

The number of semester hours of credit earned by satisfactory completion of a course is indicated after the course title.

Course Numbering

The level of the course is indicated as follows:

100—Introductory
200—Intermediate
300—Advanced

Course Notations

Courses designated by a single number are one-semester courses.

Double numbers separated by a comma (101, 102) are courses in which grades are given separately for each semester, but in which one semester ordinarily follows the other.

An "H" following a course number usually indicates that the course will be taught as an honors course.

If a course is not offered annually, the year in which it will next be offered is noted where possible.

Course prerequisites, if any, are listed at the end of the course description. Students must adhere to the stated prerequisite or obtain override permission from the instructor prior to the time of registration.

Due to scheduling, faculty leaves of absence, sabbaticals, and other factors, every course listed may not be given in any particular year. The college reserves the right to withdraw any course for which there is insufficient enrollment.

Faculty are listed with their respective departments and in the faculty section of this catalog. Part-time faculty and administrators who hold a faculty line or teach a course are indicated by an asterisk(*).

 

 
   •  HF 371 - Honors Independent Study
   •  HI 103 -  Medieval Europe
   •  HI 104 - Early Modern European History
   •  HI 105 - Nineteenth-Century Europe: Ideology and Revolution
   •  HI 106 - Twentieth-Century Europe: Age of Conflict
   •  HI 107 -  Writing About History
   •  HI 110H - The British Empire: An Introduction
   •  HI 111 - Latin American History: An Introduction
   •  HI 116H - Sea Changes: A History of the World's Oceans
   •  HI 122 - American History Since The Civil War
   •  HI 125 - American Colonial History
   •  HI 126 - From Revolution to Civil War
   •  HI 142 - Introduction to Modern China
   •  HI 144 - East Asian Civilization (to 1300)
   •  HI 151 - Topics in History
   •  HI 203 - Rise of Athens
   •  HI 204 - Athens, Alexander the Great, and Cleopatra
   •  HI 205 - Rise of Rome
   •  HI 206 - Fall of Rome
   •  HI 210 - The Four Kingdoms
   •  HI 211 - Deconstructing Britain
   •  HI 223 - U.S. Foreign Policy, 1790 to the Present
   •  HI 224H - The Enlightenment
   •  HI 225 - Thinking about Race and Ethnicity: "Race" in America, 1776 to the Present
   •  HI 228 - Race, Class, and Gender in Latin America
   •  HI 229 - War and Peace in Twentieth-Century Latin America
   •  HI 230 - History Through Travel: Latin America 1500–1900
   •  HI 235 - Perceptions of Medieval and Early Modern Women
   •  HI 241 - Introduction to Imperial China
   •  HI 242 - China in War and Revolution
   •  HI 247 - History of Modern Japan
   •  HI 249 - The Vietnam War
   •  HI 251 A-D - Topics in History
   •  HI 254 - Intellectual History Modern Europe
   •  HI 258 - European Fascism
   •  HI 259 - Communism and Anticommunism in America
   •  HI 261 - African-American History
   •  HI 264 - History of the American West
   •  HI 265 - Class in the United States, 1776 to present
   •  HI 266 - American Environmental History
   •  HI 267 - American Indian History
   •  HI 275 - Introduction To The History Major
   •  HI 280 - Science and Nature in the Renaissance
   •  HI 298 - History Workshop
   •  HI 299 - Professional Internship in History
   •  HI 301 - Early Medieval Civilization
   •  HI 302 - The High Middle Ages
   •  HI 303 - Intellectual History Medieval and Renaissance
   •  HI 305 - Science and the Church: Europe from Luther to Voltaire
   •  HI 306 - The French Revolution
   •  HI 312 - Industry, Empire, and the Environment
   •  HI 315 - Crime and Punishment in Early Modern Europe (1400–1800)
   •  HI 316 - Empires in India
   •  HI 317 - British Legal History: From Magna Carta to Colonial Conquest
   •  HI 318 - The British Class System
   •  HI 319 - Religion in Early America
   •  HI 320 - Rise of American Democracy
   •  HI 322 - American Radicalism
   •  HI 324 - Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HI 326 - Manhood in America
   •  HI 327 - The Progressive Era
   •  HI 328 - Depression and War
   •  HI 329 - U.S. Since 1945
   •  HI 330 - Politics and Society in Latin America
   •  HI 330A - Politics and Society in Latin America: Mexico
   •  HI 330B - Politics and Society in Latin America: Central America
   •  HI 330C - Politics and Society in Latin America: Southern Cone
   •  HI 330D - Politics and Society in Latin America: The Andes
   •  HI 330E - Politics and Society in Latin America: The Caribbean
   •  HI 335 - German History Since 1918
   •  HI 343 - The Chinese Revolution
   •  HI 344 - China's Last Empire: The Glorious Qing (1644-1911)
   •  HI 347 - Japan's Modernizers: Samurai, Weavers, Writers, and Prostitutes
   •  HI 351A-D - Topics in History
   •  HI 371 - Independent Study
   •  HI 373 - Thesis Preparation
   •  HI 374 - Thesis Writing
   •  HI 375 - Colloquium in History
   •  HI 398 - History Workshop
   •  HI 399 - Professional Internship In History
   •  HPB XXX - Basic Mathematics
   •  HPC XXX - Language Skills
   •  HPE XXX - Personal Development and Exploration Workshop
   •  HPF XXX - Study Skills
   •  HPG XXX - Pre-Scribner Seminar/Study Skills Workshop
   •  IA 101 - Introduction to International Affairs
   •  IA 201 - Research Methods
   •  IA 251A - Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 251B - Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 251C - Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 251D - Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 252A - Foundational Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 252B - Foundational Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 252C - Foundational Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 252D - Foundational Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 351 - Special Topics in International Affairs
   •  IA 371 - Independent Study
   •  IA 375 - Senior Seminar
   •  IA 376 - Senior Seminar
   •  ID 141 - Mediation Training
 

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