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The department offers lower-division surveys in Western and world civilization as well as U.S. history, while upper-division offerings include a wide range of subject areas, from the ancient Near East to American family history. Seminars and 400-level courses provide opportunities for majors to write substantial research papers and to participate in intensive reading and discussion of topics.

Looking for the 2013-14 academic year at a glance? Click here for the online Course Planning Guide. Note: this information may change, so consult this guide periodically for updates.

Looking for course descriptions? Click here for course descriptions for our regular catalog offerings (.pdf version). Course descriptions for special topics courses, seminars, and other non-regular courses can be found under the listings below, under the term when they are offered.

 

Spring 2014 (available January 15, 2014)

 
Schedule (.pdf format) Special Course Descriptions (.pdf format)

  

Summer 2014 (available April 15, 2014)

 
Schedule (.pdf format) Special Course Descriptions (.pdf format)

 

Fall 2014 (available May 31, 2014)

 
Schedule (.pdf format) Special Course Descriptions (.pdf format)

 

Winter 2015 (available November 15, 2014)

 
Schedule (.pdf format) Special Course Descriptions (.pdf format)
   

 

Do you know where your classes are meeting?
Check the online version of the Spring 2014 schedule for the most up-to-date information regarding where and when classes are meeting (click here).

 

Taking a course with online content?
You need an ODIN account before you can log on to your course page on D2L. Go to www.account.pdx.edu to generate an ODIN account; then use your ODIN name and password to log on to D2L at d2l.pdx.edu.

 

The following Spring 2014 courses are offered either partially or fully online:

HST 203: US History III  with Prof. Landrum is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Landrum at clandrum @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 340U: Women and Gender in America to 1848 with Prof. Kerns is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Kerns at jkk @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 345: Colonial America with Prof. Del Mar is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Del Mar at delmard @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 348: Slavery, Civil War, and Reconstruction with Prof. Del Mar is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Del Mar at delmard @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 352U: European Women's History to 1700 with Prof. Selwyn is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Selwyn at selwyn @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 363: British Empire with Prof. Koeneke is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Koeneke at rodneyk @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 399: Women in World History with Prof. Schechter is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Schechter at schechterp @ pdx.edu for further information.

HST 412/512: Topics in African History with Prof. Schaller de la Cova is a fully online course. Students registered in the course should check D2L before the first class meeting or contact Prof. Schaller de la Cova at aschaller2 @ pdx.edu for further information.