This course is an advanced seminar on the relationships between labor, capital, and migrant populations to (and within) the United States in the twentieth century. If you have any questions on which classes you should register for, schedule an advising phone call with Kathy Carneiro. (2015) Endothelin signaling activates Mef2c expression in the neural crest through a MEF2C-dependent positive-feedback transcriptional pathway. HISE 6100 Renaissance and Reformation, 1450-1660 HISU 3910 Special Topics in United States History HISE 2430 Modern Spain, 1700 to the PresentSurveys the course of modern Spanish history from the Bourbon succession through the loss of overseas empire, the political and social evolution culminating in the bloody civil war of 1936-39, and the subsequent dictatorship of Franco, to contemporary democratic Spain and the challenges it faces. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Emphasis is on the evolution of the Roman Republic's political institutions, the Roman conquest of the Mediterranean world, the Hellenization of Roman society, the emergence of a Mediterranean economy, the demise of the Republic in the Roman Revolution, and the legacy of the Republic to the Western tradition.Notes: Elective in Classics, HISA 2020 High Roman Empire: From Augustus to Constantine HISA 3070 Topics in Medieval and Renaissance History HISC 2020 History of China, 1800 to the Present HISE 3220 World War II in French Film Education: Ph.D. Tulane University 2012 Postdoctoral Experience: University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Research Interests: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Nuclear Organization Research Program: The Hua Lab studies the mechanisms of higher-order chromosome organization during the cell cycle and its function in development and cancer. HISB 1310 Africa from 1800 Qualified students may arrange for independent study with approval of an instructor (dependent upon area of study) and their faculty adviser. Tulane has a long history of educating working adults; SoPA is the most current evolution of that long-term commitment. HISL 2110 Colonial Latin America Emphasis will be placed on understanding the diverse origins and particular social contexts from which different aspects of Caribbean culture have developed. First, schedule your courses using only standard meeting patterns. Students will consider how ideas about medicine have been shaped by economic, military, political, and social transformations in U.S. history. Collaboration will also be a central theme of this course since students will have to work together to determine their research subject, carry out research, shoot video, and edit together the final cut. Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. HISU 1410 The United States from Colonization to 1865 HISU 3220 Autobiography and Southern Identity Eating and Drinking are part of our everyday lives and experiences, and in that respect, these processes can seem natural and a historical. This lecture course introduces the political and cultural achievements of the Roman Republic, and Rome's enduring legacy to Western political thought. HISE 2330 Modern Britain Themes addressed include the cult of the saints; monastic life and intellectual culture; gender and models of sanctity; art and religious meaning; relations between majorities and minorities; and popular religion. ); Sparta and Macedon in the Age of Hegemonies (404-323 B.C.E. Mouse Embryogenesis: Methods and Protocols. The focus here will be on major themes in slavery history and memory and the challenge of studying and portraying those themes in various public history venues in the present day. Stress is on the Archaic (750-480 B.C. HISE 6420 Readings in the Holocaust Our model systems include human/mouse primary cell lines, carcinoma cell lines, Arabidopsis and other plant species, and Drosophila embryos. The Barbarian West HISL 3910 Special Topics in Latin American History HISE 6140 Revolutionary-Napoleonic Europe, 1789-1815 For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. HISC 4910 Special Topics in Asian History We will be happy to assist you in any manner we can. HISL 3800 Colloquium: Caribbean Revolutions This course provides an historical survey of eastern Africa which examines the role of bantu migrations, the rise of state-building in the 17th and 18th centuries and a primary emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries. HISU 3541 History of Reproductive Health in the U.S. Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Research Interests: The UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in 1987 unequivocally banned the use of torture. The Age of the Vikings Additionally, students will have opportunities to engage with guest lecturers who study reproductive health issues in the United States and around the world. HISL 6750 Africans in the Americas: Comparative Social and Cultural History of the African Diaspora Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Women and Gender in U.S. History to 1865 This time and date applies to registration for SUMMER COURSES ONLY. More specifically, the subjects we will discuss include the changing relationship between the Ottoman state and society, ethno-national and religious conflicts, political revolutions and their far-reaching implications, women, Ottoman cities and the countryside. HISE 3190 The Spanish Civil War HISA 3110 Select Topics in Roman History Atlantic World Historiography 32(4):327-31. 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-01 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - R. Ager Elk Place Rm. This course examines southern African history from 1652 to the present. Students should discuss their honors thesis with a prospective director during the semester prior to that in which they take H4990.Notes: For senior honors candidates. A seminar course for first year students designed to introduce college level reading, discussion and writing. Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. 422 Faculty Conference Room; Elk Place Rm. customs, and social practices were fixed or experienced the same by everyone. Topics include the decline of the Church; philosophical and doctrinal conflict; dissent and renewal in the Protestant Reformation; the Catholic Reformation; ideology, politics, and wars of religion; Counter-Reformation; and foreign intervention in France and the Netherlands. 3) What was the Soviet experience during World War II, and how did the war affect Soviet society and politics? 48(8):479-84. But how are historians to define the Chinese Revolution, both in setting its temporal boundaries and interpreting the meaning behind the event? Special attention will be paid to social and cultural developments as indications of dramatic improvement rather than decline, as well as the more traditional issues surrounding Britain's economy and its role in the world. 326 We will explore that diversity and also seek commonalities between religious movements and their impact on the larger society. Examines the political, religious, social, and cultural history of the Iberian Peninsula from the rise of the Caliphate of Cordoba in the tenth century through the reign of the Catholic Monarchs Isabel of Castile (1479-1504) and Ferdinand of Aragon (1479-1516). We will focus on the relationship of various Jewish communities with their Gentile neighbors, local and state authorities and trace the course and success of the Haskalah movement (the Jewish enlightenment). We will also discuss how religion has contributed to and/or challenged these processes and how these processes have affected ethno-religious minorities, gender, and class relations. HISE 6610 Postwar Culture: The Divided Continent HISU 6420 American Revolutions 2) What was the scope and nature of political repression and state terror under Stalin? The course concludes with a study of the phenomenon of mystery cults, surveying the forms of these cults in the Greek world and discussing their continuation under the Romans. Acad Psychiatry. HIST 4560 Internship and Independent Study HISU 2680 Working in America: Reconstruction to the 21st Century Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Examines the origins and development of the Nazi Final Solution; the experience of the victims, perpetrators, rescuers, and bystanders; and the relationship between history and memory. In this class, we will study the history of the war in Vietnam and the United States through primary sources and US historians' debates over the Cold War and decolonization. Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Geographically, the area includes the region from Egypt to Iran, the Balkans to Arabia and Eastern Anatolia, in short, those regions under the dominion of the Ottoman and Qajar Empires and successive nation states. ); The Punic Wars (264-146 B.C.E. ); or Greek Leagues and Macedonian Kings in the Hellenistic World (323-133 B.C.E.). Honors Thesis In addition to an excellent learning experience, you will get to sample the teaching of more than half of the faculty members in the History Department. All Courses. HISU 1420 The United States from 1865 to the Present (707) 664-2189, Hours of Operation HISE 2160 Europe in the 18th Century We will focus on depictions of daily life, the politics of collaboration and resistance, and the French role in the Holocaust. This course examines the creation of gardens, parks and public space in Europe and the Americas from 1500 to the present day. HISA 2310 Medieval England The course aims to provide students with several case studies in the early twentieth century and to ask students to ponder their legacies in the present. Reily Student Recreation Center membership and access is limited to Tulane University affiliates only. Readings will be drawn primarily from first-hand accounts of the storm. Readings will include Foucauldian, psychoanalytic, and political theory, as well as historical and ethnographic studies of particular societies.credit hours: 4. 325 Classroom No. We will also consider what it says about us when we pursue "enhanced" quasi-torture interrogation techniques. A survey of the period from the fall of Rome to the establishment of feudal kingdoms. In the Fall of Freshman … Link to Tulane Home Page. 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000. HISA 3020 Anatolian Civilizations from Catal Huyuk to Kemal Ataturk One of the guiding questions of the course will be: how has gender-understood as the meanings attached to being male and female-changed over time? Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Nuclear Organization. HIST 4990 Honors Thesis Newcomb-Tulane College Mussafer Hall 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 504.314.2669 Central America Radicals HISU 2690 African-American Slavery HISL 6610 Modernity and Its Discontents in Latin America Is it possible to determine the causes of the Revolution, or to elucidate why it took the path that it did? MSW Curriculum: Full-Time (Approximately 16-Months) The full-time MSW program requires a total of 60 credit hours over 16 consecutive months. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Women and Gender in the Middle Ages Acad. The course treats military, political and economic developments during the American Civil War, and examines the postwar consequences of emancipation for Southern and American history. Separate multi-week sections of the seminar will concentrate on vendettas and blood feuds, dueling, piracy and banditry, and the Sicilian mafia. Each professor will teach a 1-week unit on a historical disaster related to their area of specialization. 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-01 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - R. Ager Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-02 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - L. Irwin Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-03 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - C. Beasley Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 9:50 AM SOWK 7320-04 SW Prac w/Ind Fam Grps - H. McKenney Macaluso, Ann T 10:00 AM – 11:50 AM SOWK 7420-01 Tools II: Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Beginning in the 1960s, scholars began to question the assumption that rituals. HISE 6510 The Russian Revolution, 1900-1924 This course considers the history of sub-Saharan Africa under colonialism and after: the responses of people to governments very different from those they had previously, changes in African societies, the challenges of the postcolonial period. Students will explore the development of these religious systems from slavery to the present day. In this course, students will focus in particular on materials related to African history found in New Orleans archives, allowing students to develop an understanding of the historical links between the local community and the continent of Africa. Students should discuss their honors thesis with a prospective director during the semester prior to that in which they take H4990.Notes: For senior honors candidates. Please complete this form to ensure your membership record is complete and accurate. BIOL 224 - Human Physiology This course examines the evolution of the Soviet Union from Stalin's death until its collapse in 1991. In this course, we will study US foreign relations from the end of World War II through the present. ), and Early Hellenistic Ages (323-200 B.C. HISA 6270 Women and Gender in the Middle Ages This course explores the dramatic years following the establishment of the PRC and follows the mass campaigns and political upheavals that marked Chinese history under the rule of the Communist Party. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Napoleon in Russia 1812 The Registrar's Office maintains the Academic Calendar, Schedule of Classes and numerous other services related to your records and course selection. These cases are not chosen at random, but for their ability to shape how we narrate individual and collective responses to most traumatic experiences of state imposed violence in 20th century Europe. 2 Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 10:20 AM SOWK 7130-03 Diversity & Social Justice Theory & Practice - Reggie Parquet Elk Place Some attention will also be paid to the Atlantic slave trade and areas of the Caribbean and Latin America which shared the history of black enslavement. The establishment, development and collapse of the Soviet regime. In the History Department, 1000 and 2000 level courses are both introductory survey courses open to all students, including first-year students. HIST 4920 Independent Studies Pre-requistites: First year students only. 4; Elk Place Rm. The course uses a task-based approach which provides the learner with opportunities to use the language interactively. Disasters have taken many forms in human history, from earthquakes, fires, tsunamis and hurricanes to famine and epidemic disease. This course explores the many facets of Jewish life and culture in Germany and other cCentral European nations. In particular, we are interested in the mechanism(s) that prevents somatic chromosome pairing, and thus maintain genetic stability across daughter cells. HISC 2010 History of China, Prehistory to 1800 Special Topics in Ancient History Social, intellectual, and institutional history of colonial Mexico. Readings, discussion, and research paper will focus on a selected topic of English history between 1485 and 1789. HISE 1510 Napoleon in Russia 1812 Emphasis is on presenting the perspectives of all the parties to the Arab-Israeli conflict, and placing it in the context of the history of the Middle East as a whole. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. HISB 3250 Archiving Africa Key topics include the legacy of the Republican Era, the rise of the Chinese Communist Party, land reform, and the impact of the revolutionary era on the lives of women. A major question throughout the course is the character of Stalin's personal rule and the extent of his responsibility for the major developments under his leadership. Nor should we forget manmade tragedies such as the terrorist attacks on 9/11 or the devastation produced by a combination of human and technological failures, such as the explosions at Chernobyl and Bhopal or the more recent BP oil spill just off of our own coast. Schedule of Classes. Tulane’s first day of classes in the spring will be Jan. 19, the original start day for the semester. 393(2):245-54. (PMID29564769; PMC6140340), Hu J, Verzi MP, Robinson AS, Tang PL, Hua LL, Xu S, Kwok P, Black BL. This is a unique course. (PMID25050930; PMC4143461), Maska EL, Cserjesi P, Hua LL, Garstka ME, Brody HM, Morikawa Y. Colonial Latin America Later Medieval Spain Imperialism in East Asia An experiential learning process coupled with pertinent academic course work. This course explores the many gays daily practices and political ideologies have intersected in the lives of ordinary European citizens in the era of the Iron Curtain. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Nov 24 Tu: Last day of classes; Nov 30 M–Dec 5 Sat: Final Exam period Proc. HISE 6350 Crime and Punishment in Hanoverian England We will consider whether key events and issues, including European colonization, the American Revolution, slavery, and the Civil War look differently when we integrate women into the historical narrative. Readings and discussion focus on the causes and course of the conflict, and on its consequences down to the present. All Courses. This lecture course explains the political, institutional, and cultural achievements of the Roman Empire that are the foundations of Western civilization. HISA 6230 Medieval Cities Through careful readings of the texts, we will examine the extent to which the speakers live. HISB 6910 Special Topics in African History A survey of French history since 1789, with particular attention to social, cultural, and political change. The seminar also critically considers how religions have contributed to and/or challenged these complex processes. 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Capston Seminar Stephanie Baus Elk Place Rm. Tulane SoPA Schedule of Classes. HISM 6110 Religion and Nationalism in the Modern Middle East We will use primary sources written or created by Africans and others to explore the developments that affected the region in recent history. 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship - P. Sternbergh Elk Place Rm. TULANE UNIVERSITY OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR 110 Gibson Hall 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 Phone: 504-865-5231 Fax: 504-865-6760 email@example.com Maps & Directions News HISM 6410 State and Society in the Modern Middle East In that context, we will look at what makes a successful digital business. 330 Classroom No. Dev. (PMID18695035), Department Office 325 Classroom No. 312 AV Conference Room Macaluso, Ann T 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM EFT Core Skills - Community Workshop - P Sternbergh Elk Place Rm. HISU 2410 Women and Gender in U.S. History Since 1861 Foreign relations is front page news every day: the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the threat of terrorism and nuclear proliferation, rising food and oil prices, global warming, debates over human rights practices, and even the Olympics. HISC 2910 Special Topics in Asian History After end of business day of Friday, Jan 22, 2021 Instructor Approval is Required for Registration and/or Section Change HISU 2620 The New South, 1865-Present HISE 3260 Putin's Russia ); Roman Principate; Roma Provinces; Roman Imperial Army; Later Roman Empire; Peloponnesian and Punic Wars; Rome and the Raj: Imperial Armies, Frontiers, and Societies; Imperial Rome and Imperial China (200 B.C.E.- 200 C.E. What happened when enslaved Africans, African-Americans and other people of African descent used organized armed resistance to fight the institution of slavery? Press . Readings include selected novels, poetry, critical essays, and memoirs as well as secondary historical literature. Special attention will be paid to the three great inventions that combined to create the digital age: the computer, the microchip, and the internet. In a search for common factors, attention is devoted not only to countries where significant revolutions have occurred already, such as Guatemala, Cuba, and Nicaragua, but also to others where revolutionary potential exists. The course covers the period from the mid fifteenth century immediately before European arrival up to the present day. Brazilian colonial history from 1500 to 1822. The American War of Independence was one of many revolutionary movements that rocked the Atlantic world between 1760 and the 1820s. HISB 3250 Archiving Africa This is an advanced course in historical methods that uses a service-learning component to enhance student understanding of historical materials, archives and how these connect with the larger community. Seminar on the Comparative History of the Americas. It addresses the complex social and political transformations that the empire went through in the nineteenth- and twentieth centuries. Last day of class for full semester/special offering classes: July 31 F: Last day to submit Practicum Completion Form (Applied Practice Experience-APE) and Culminating Completion Form (Integrated Learning Experience-ILE) to Student Affairs for students graduating August 15 th. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Research seminar on select topics of Greek History: Archaic Greece (750-480 B.C.E); Athenian Constitutional History; Alexander the Great; Greeks, Macedonians, and Persians: Birth of the Hellenistic World (600-250 B.C.E. 326 Classroom No. HISA 3910 Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History Greek civilization is the foundation of Western civilization. Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. We will offer a hybrid Group Exercise schedule of both in-person and virtual class options. HISE 3280 Literature and Society in Russia, 1917-1991 HISA 4150 The Age of the Vikings A survey of the history of Louisiana from its settlement to the present. HISU 4910 Special Topics in United States History HISC 2120 History of Modern India Depending on intended majors and the number of AP/IB credits brought in from high school, Freshmen Scholars can enroll in a selection of the sample classes listed in the table below. Immigration and Identity in Contemporary France Surveys the course of Spanish history from the completion of the medieval Reconquest and the rise of the Trastamara dynasty in the fourteenth century until the end of Habsburg Spain in the early eighteenth century, with particular attention to state formation and the role of Spain as a great European power in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Logging into Class Schedule: • Login to Class Schedule using your Tulane Credentials • Use the Search options to find a specific course or search by Instructor name. HISC 6210 The PRC: China Under Communism 8:00am - 5:00pm, 1801 East Cotati Ave The impact of the French Revolution and Napoleon; reaction and revolt; the growth of nationalism; the industrial revolution and the rise of socialism; international rivalry, imperialism, and the coming of World War I; rise of totalitarianism and the failure of international security; World War II and postwar developments. Seminar on Modern Japan HISL 6850 United States-Latin American Relations Below is a searchable schedule of classes offered through the School of Professional Advancement (SoPA). (2008) Evaluating a lecture on cultural competence in the medical school preclinical curriculum. The development of a distinctive Castilian culture, later transplanted in large part to Spanish America, will be studied through close attention to legal codes, domestic arrangements, military organization, the Inquisition, and the classics of medieval Castilian literature. Start exploring your summer options today by selecting virtual Tulane courses from over 50 subject areas and programs. Mark your calendar for exams, breaks, and critical deadlines for academic success. A seminar on the political, cultural, and environmental history of disasters in modern America. This seminar explores the history of peasants, rebellions and revolution in modern Lain America. 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