2018-19 Pomona College Catalog 
    
    Dec 19, 2018  
2018-19 Pomona College Catalog

Courses


Check major and minor requirement sections in the Departments, Programs and Areas of Study section to determine if specific courses will satisfy requirements. Inclusion on this list does not imply that the course will necessarily satisfy a requirement.

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History

   •  HIST080 CM - Early America: Invasion to the Civil War
   •  HIST080 PO - Revolutions, Uprisings, Coups, and Interventions in the Americas since 1910
   •  HIST081 CM - Modern America: 1865 to the present
   •  HIST081 HM - Science and Technology in the Early Modern World
   •  HIST082 HM - Science and Technology in the Modern World
   •  HIST084 PZ - History of Science from Islam to
   •  HIST096 CM - The Amazon
   •  HIST098 CM - The Americas: Transnational Relations
   •  HIST100C CH - Chicana/Latina Histories
   •  HIST101A PO - Indian Ocean World
   •  HIST101ABPO - Empire and Colonialism in the Middle East and South Asia
   •  HIST101ACPO - Environmental Histories of the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa
   •  HIST101D PO - Researching the Cold War
   •  HIST101E PO - The Science of Empire
   •  HIST101F PO - Food and the Environment in Asia and the Pacific
   •  HIST101H PO - Research Topics in American History, 1500-1900
   •  HIST101HAPO - History/Biography/Autobiography
   •  HIST101J PO - State, Citizen, Subject: Modern Japan
   •  HIST101K PO - Topics in Ancient History
   •  HIST101L PO - US Labor and Working-Class History
   •  HIST101M PO - Introduction to Digital Humanities: Women and Politics in Latin America
   •  HIST101S CH - Latinx Oral Histories (CP)
   •  HIST101U PO - Research Seminar: Political Movements in East Asia since the 1960s
   •  HIST101V PO - Gender, Sexuality and Feminisms in Modern East Asia
   •  HIST101W PO - Heresy and Church
   •  HIST103A CM - From Village to Empire: The History of the Roman Republic, 750-44BCE
   •  HIST103B CM - Governing Rome: The History of the Roman Empire: 44 BCE - 337 CE
   •  HIST104 CM - Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages
   •  HIST105 PO - Achilles to Alexander
   •  HIST107 CM - Reading Ancient and Medieval Historians
   •  HIST107 SC - Dante and the Medieval World
   •  HIST108 CM - Age of Cicero
   •  HIST109 SC - The First Age of Globalization, 1492-1789
   •  HIST110 CM - Topics in Ancient History
   •  HIST111 SC - The Worlds of Niccolo Machiavelli
   •  HIST111A AF - African Diaspora in US to 1877
   •  HIST111B AF - African Diaspora US since 1877
   •  HIST112 SC - Nuns, Saints and Mystics
   •  HIST113 CM - United States Environmental History
   •  HIST113 PO - Medieval Spain and the Idea of ‘Convivencia’
   •  HIST113 SC - Venice & the Islamic East, 1350-1750
   •  HIST114 AF - Slave Women in Antebellum America
   •  HIST114 SC - Renaissance Gender Slaves Heresy
   •  HIST116 CM - Slavery: A World History
   •  HIST116 SC - Baroque Civilization
   •  HIST117 CM - Race and Ethnicity in Brazil
   •  HIST117 SC - Capitalism in the Renaissance
   •  HIST117A SC - Latin America Before 1800
   •  HIST117B SC - Contemporary Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST118 SC - Queering the Renaissance
   •  HIST119 CM - Women and Politcs in America
   •  HIST119 PO - Earliest Christian Views of Islam
   •  HIST120 CM - Native American History
   •  HIST121 CM - U.S. History Since 1945
   •  HIST122 AF - Black Intellectuals and Polit Race
   •  HIST123 CM - History of the American West
   •  HIST123 PO - Frontiers/Empires in Early America
   •  HIST124 PO - The United States in the Middle East
   •  HIST125 CM - Asian American Hist: 1850-Present
   •  HIST126 PO - Revolutionary America, 1750-1800
   •  HIST127 CH - American Inequality
   •  HIST127 HM - 20th-Century U.S. History
   •  HIST128 CM - U.S. Gay and Lesbian History
   •  HIST128 HM - Immigration/Ethnicity in the US
   •  HIST128 PO - United States Empire: 1890 to the present
   •  HIST129 PO - Hollywood, War, & Empire: The Historical Film
   •  HIST131 CH - Race, Culture, Identity, and Power in Latin America
   •  HIST131 HM - The Jewish Experience in America
   •  HIST131 SC - Working People in the Americas: Race, Labor and Organizing
   •  HIST131C CM - Crusading Mentalities
   •  HIST132 PO - Political Protest and Social Movements in Latin America
   •  HIST132 PZ - Marx in Context
   •  HIST132 SC - Paris, Berlin and London in 1920s
   •  HIST132E CM - European Intellectual History
   •  HIST132F CM - Russian Intellectual and Cultural History
   •  HIST133 AF - Slavery and Freedom in the New World
   •  HIST133 HM - Food and American Culture
   •  HIST133 SC - Cuba and Nicaragua: Revolution
   •  HIST133A CM - Late Imperial Russia: 1861-1917
   •  HIST133B CM - Modern Russian History: 1917-Present
   •  HIST134 CM - Dostoevskii’s Russia
   •  HIST134 PZ - Empire and Sexuality
   •  HIST134 SC - Women Lat Am: Soc Justice and Viol
   •  HIST135 SC - The Destruction of European Jewry and German Society
   •  HIST136 PO - Afro-Latin American (CP)
   •  HIST136 SC - Indigenous Resistance: Mod Maya
   •  HIST137 CM - Researching the Holocaust
   •  HIST137 SC - The Church of the Poor in Latin America and the Caribbean
   •  HIST138 SC - Disease, Identity, and Society
   •  HIST139E CM - Culture and Society in Weimar and Nazi Germany
   •  HIST140 AF - Women and Slavery: In Africa, the Indian Ocean, and the Arab and Atlantic World
   •  HIST140 CM - Gender and Revolution in Europe, 1500-1900
   •  HIST141 SC - Americas: Race, Labor, and Organizing
   •  HIST142E CM - Culture and Politics in Europe: 1880-1918
   •  HIST143 SC - Cuba/Bolivia/Vzla: Revolution
   •  HIST143D CM - Atlantic Revolutions: 1760-1830s
   •  HIST144 CM - Reagan’s America: the 1980’s
   •  HIST144 SC - Haiti/Colombia/Maroons/Paramilit
   •  HIST146 CM - History of Germany 1740-present
   •  HIST146 SC - Zapatistas/Mayan Rebels
 

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