Prospective majors are encouraged to take the surveys as early in their course of study as possible. This course considers these and other topics and problems. Candidates for the joint degree in law must apply for admission to both the Law School and the Graduate School. A student in the Ph.D. program in American Studies who wishes to obtain an M.A. Southeast Asian Choice of Dutch, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Sanskrit, or Arabic, plus one or more Southeast Asian language (e.g., Bahasa Indonesian, Burmese, Khmer, Lao, Malay, Tagalog, Thai, Tetum, or Vietnamese). This course explores how Latin American religious culture has grown and evolved throughout history, asking questions such as: How should we define “popular” religion? A significant number of readings consider the imperial dimension of modern British history, but other topics include race, postcolonial immigration and multiculturalism, the “four nations” (England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland), and European integration.Th 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 654a / FREN 700a, Readings in Modern European Cultural History  Carolyn Dean, This course covers readings in European cultural history from 1789 to the present, with a focus on Western Europe.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 664a / GMAN 610a, Historiography of Modern Germany  Jennifer Allen, This reading seminar surveys major themes in German history since unification. A faculty vote will be taken at the conclusion of the review meeting to decide whether each second-year student may stay in the program. What began as a single program, the Women’s Leadership Program, at Yale Executive Education has blossomed into a vibrant, ever-growing selection of executive development opportunities for women. We then start meeting again to read and discuss a draft of each paper.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 963a and HIST 964b / ANTH 963a and ANTH 964b / HSAR 841a and HSAR 842b / HSHM 691a and HSHM 692b, Topics in the Environmental Humanities  Paul Sabin and Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan, This is the required workshop for the Graduate Certificate in Environmental Humanities. All rights reserved, Contact us: dana.lee@yale.edu, Phone: (203) 432-1366, Fax: (203) 432-7587. Through readings of both classic and recent research, students familiarize themselves with key debates that have shaped historical understanding of modern Germany.M 9:25am-11:15am, HIST 669a, European Empires and Law  Lauren Benton, Empires used law to structure conquest, establish the legitimacy of rule, justify violence, and absorb new populations and territories. Both the history of such encounters as well as the theories of alternity and cultural perceptions are discussed.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 652a, British Identity since 1800  Stuart Semmel, This course explores recent historical writings in British national identity. degree in History, rather than an M.A. This term our thematic focus is on the relation between civil society and state institutions, as it has been conceptualized by political philosophy.W 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 972a / GLBL 820a, Freedom and History  Timothy Snyder, The idea of human freedom is a central theme of history, but it is also a central problem of historical method. The class begins with readings that theorize the archive, particularly for the study of American religion. This course examines how such remappings have been taking place within U.S. Catholic historiography as scholars aim to highlight the dynamism and diversity of the U.S. Catholic experience. Possibilities might include, but are not limited to, an exhibit or installation, a documentary, a set of walking tours, a website, a documents collection for use in public schools.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 747b / AFAM 763b / AMST 731b, Methods and Practices in U.S. The emphasis is on the legal history of European empires between 1500 and 1900, but students are encouraged to explore topics and interests in other imperial historiographies.M 3:30pm-5:30pm, HIST 683b, Global History of Eastern Europe  Timothy Snyder, A thematic survey of major issues in modern east European history, with emphasis on recent historiography. 100-level courses are broad introductory surveys that address basic art history from a number of regional and thematic perspectives. We also explore interdisciplinary work in social theory, historical geography, and anthropology and grapple with the promise (and drawbacks) of GIS. The Program in the History of Science and Medicine is a semi-autonomous graduate track within the Department of History. Students must achieve Honors in at least two courses in the first year, and Honors in at least four courses by the end of the second year, with a High Pass average overall. How does popular religious culture evolve and change in an era shaped by mass media and tourism?W 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 582a / AMST 705a / RLST 705a, Readings in Religion in American Society, 1600–2018  Harry Stout and Kenneth Minkema, This seminar explores intersections of religion and society in American history from the colonial period to the present as well as methodological problems important to their study. Browse the organizations below for information on programs of study, academic requirements, and faculty research. Exploring the history and future of urban agriculture at the Yale Farm. All of these are to be written over the course of the examination preparation process and will be due not less than two weeks prior to the oral portion of the examination. Students encounter major twentieth-century methodological moments that have left lasting imprints on the field: positivism and anti-positivism, the sociology of knowledge, actor-network theory, and historical epistemology, as well as newer approaches focusing on space, infrastructure, translation, and exchange. By the end of their ninth term, students are required to submit a chapter of their dissertation to the dissertation committee. The oral examination examines the students on their fields and will, additionally, include discussion of the materials produced for the written component of the examination. HIST 500a, Approaching History: Problems, Methods, and Theory  Jennifer Klein and Sunil Amrith, An introduction to the professional study of history, which offers new doctoral students an opportunity to explore (and learn from each other about) the diversity of the field, while also addressing issues of shared concern and importance for the future of the discipline. The examination will have a written component that will be completed before the oral component. Under certain circumstances, students who have taken the Advanced Placement test in art history may earn acceleration credit and, in consultation with the director of undergraduate studies (DUS), may place out of one required 100-level course. Readings include classics in the field as well as examples of recent trends and innovative new works. History. Students may pursue a doctorate in History of Science and Medicine jointly with a degree in Medicine or Law. Since its founding in 1701, Yale University has been dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge, inspiring innovation, and preserving cultural and scientific information for future generations. If the student selects the four-field option, the major field will be examined for thirty minutes. In short, the seminar is a broad readings course surveying religion in American history from colonization to the present. Enrollment limited. Students who plan to apply for outside grants at the beginning of their third year are recommended to take the Prospectus Tutorial (HIST 995) during their second year, and it is required for students in European history. Early weeks familiarize students with sources from the period and discuss research and writing strategies. As such, the course serves as excellent preparation for comprehensive exam fields, but also offers students interested in doing advanced research in this period the opportunity to explore promising topics.M 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 700a / AMST 801a, U.S. Colonial Present  Lisa Lowe, Settler colonialism, slavery, racialized immigration, and military empire have been integral to the emergence of the U.S. nation, state, and economy, and their historical consequences continue today. Their goal was to share their knowledge and experience of studying in the U.S. with some of the continent’s most talented secondary school students, and to help them prepare for the demanding university application process. For more information please see the Graduate School Programs & Policies: The Department of History’s doctoral degree program seeks to train talented historians for careers in scholarship, teaching, and beyond the academy. Students take photos of Newton’s Principia – the copy that he himself sent to Yale College in 1717. Chinese Chinese and Japanese; additional languages like French, Russian, or German may be necessary for certain dissertation topics. All students should read Caroline Finkel’s Osman’s Dream for the first meeting. Open to advanced undergraduates with permission of the instructor.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 862a, Persian Art of Governance: Text and Context  Abbas Amanat, This course examines classical and modern writings on the Persian tradition of governance. Topics include the development of government and the law; historical actors and places marginalized by the earlier historiography, such as non-capital regions, the middle classes, conservatism, religion, and (more generally) non-state structures; and Russia’s position in the imperial, Soviet, and post-Soviet periods as a vast and complex multiethnic political entity. Fields include ancient, medieval, early modern, and modern Europe (including Britain, Russia, and Eastern Europe), United States, Latin America, East Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, Jewish history; and diplomatic, environmental, ethnic, intellectual, labor, military, political, religious, social, and women’s history, as well as the history of science and medicine (see the section in this bulletin on the History of Science and Medicine). In this interdisciplinary seminar, we study the relevance of these historical and ongoing formations to the founding and development of the United States, giving attention to the independence of each, as well as to their differences, convergences, and contestations. Its aim is to give students early feedback on the research, argument, and style of the first writing accomplished on the dissertation. Imperial interactions with conquered populations developed in important ways through the medium of law. The course engages foundational works, such as Albert Raboteau’s Slave Religion and Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham’s Righteous Discontent, as well as newer works like Judith Weisenfeld’s New World A-Coming and Matthew Harper’s The End of Days.M 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 729b / AFAM 771b / AMST 830b, The American Carceral State  Elizabeth Hinton, This readings course examines the historical development of the U.S. carceral state, focusing on policing practices, crime control policies, prison conditions, and the production of scientific knowledge. Stuart Schwartz and Marcela Echeverri Munoz, Paul Sabin and Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan, Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan, Elisabeth Wood, and Marcela Echeverri Munoz, The President and Fellows of Yale University, The Administration of the Graduate School, Degree-​Granting Departments and Programs, Mechanical Engineering &​ Materials Science, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Non-​Degree-​Granting Programs, Councils, and Research Institutes. Readings are in English but, depending on student interest, supplemental materials may also be assigned in Japanese.M 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 881b, China’s Age of Discovery  Valerie Hansen, Study of China’s maritime history focusing on the period 1000–1500, culminating with the Zheng He voyages and their cancellation. African American Studies offers a combined Ph.D. in conjunction with several other departments and programs. The next month is devoted to research and writing. The Graduate School also participates in the following formal joint-degree programs with the professional schools: the J.D./M.A. Open to undergraduate seniors with permission of the instructors.W 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 792b, Research Seminar in International and Transnational History  David Engerman, This seminar provides a venue for writing a substantial research paper that crosses national borders in terms of perspective, analysis, and/or sources. 1971 text. 1600, students prepare original research papers on topics of their own choosing in a collaborative workshop environment. While there are a handful of general readings, the bulk of the course focuses on individual research projects that are workshopped in various ways through the term. Close Main Navigation. Two years later, the Yale Corporation approved the creation of a School of Organization and Management, which would confer a master’s degree in public and private management (MPPM). After reviewing the major earlier paradigms, we examine how they were overturned or significantly modified by archival-based evidence. The Prospectus Tutorial does not count as a research seminar. Students interested in participating should contact stephen.pitti@yale.edu.F 9:25am-11:15am, HIST 768b / AMST 768b, Asian American History and Historiography  Mary Lui, This reading and discussion seminar examines Asian American history through a selection of recently published texts and established works that have significantly shaped the field. Ordinarily, students teach in their third and fourth years. The Department of History also offers, in conjunction with the Department of Classics, a combined Ph.D. in History and Classics, with a concentration in Ancient History. The Yale Program in the History of the Book brings together an interdisciplinary community of scholars to explore the materiality of the written word over time and across cultures. The examination must contain one minor field that deals 50 percent or more with the historiography of a region of the world other than the area of the student’s major field. The university traces its roots to the 1640s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish a local college in the tradition of European liberal education. Students may pursue a doctorate in History jointly with a degree in Law. degree upon completion of a minimum of seven graduate term courses at Yale, of which two must have earned Honors grades and the other five courses must average High Pass overall. This seminar confers the methods and models needed to write new and meaningful social history on the basis of linguistic phenomena known through traditional philology. Students who have not submitted the dissertation by the end of the sixth year need not register in order to submit. Major topics include the racial formation of Asian Americans in U.S. culture, politics, and law; U.S. imperialism; U.S. capitalist development and Asian labor migration; and transnational and local ethnic community formations. We expect such concerns to be rare. Students admitted earlier may opt to observe either the new or the old regulations. This course surveys attempts in philosophy, literature, and historiography to address three questions. Terminal Master’s Degree Program For this terminal master’s degree, students must pass seven term courses, four of which must be in History; substantial written work must be submitted in conjunction with at least two of these courses, and Honors grades are expected in two courses, with a High Pass average overall. The fall term each year emphasizes key concepts and major intellectual currents. Emphasis is placed on methodology, source usage, questions on periodization, and other interpretive problems. (en route to the Ph.D.) Students enrolled in the Ph.D. program may qualify for the M.A. Of the 131 students who graduated with a Bachelor’s in history from Yale in 2019, 58% were men and 42% were women. Ideally, readings function as foundations on which to build further research (e.g., toward a dissertation, article, or some less far-reaching enterprise) or as starting points from which to begin devising and organizing your own courses of instruction (syllabi). Focusing on individual epidemics that contributed to shaping the early modern world, students discuss conceptions of the body and racist stereotyping, spaces and strategies of containment, visual and material culture of disease and treatment, and the relationship between public health and the early modern state.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 925b / HSHM 749b, Visual and Material Cultures of Science  Paola Bertucci, The seminar discusses recent works that address the visual and material cultures of science. Intermediate History Courses (3000-level courses) Intermediate History courses focus on research methods and the writing of history. Program in History of Science and Medicine. November 5, 2020. Read more about Welcome From The Chair; News. Intermediate and advanc… degree. Middle East Arabic, Persian, or Turkish (or modern Hebrew, depending on area of research) and a major European research language (French, German, Russian, or an approved substitute). Sessions explore these links across a variety of linguistic and geographic settings, including those of ancient and medieval India, China, Persia, Greece, and Rome, as well as in different political, religious, literary, and archaeological contexts. HSHM students are awarded degrees in History with a concentration in the History of Science and Medicine, and they are fully fledged members of the History Department. During the first year of study, students normally take six term courses, including Approaching History (HIST 500). The Department of History also offers, in conjunction with the Renaissance Studies Program, a combined Ph.D. in History and Renaissance Studies. Students who have completed all requirements for admission to candidacy for the Ph.D. may receive the M.Phil. programs in cooperation with the School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Emphasis on key theoretical works and recent historical literature.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 790a / GLBL 793a, Relations of the Great Powers since 1890  Paul Kennedy, Reading seminar. Completion of ten term courses (including HIST 500), the language requirements of the relevant field, the comprehensive examinations, and the prospectus colloquium will qualify a student for admission to candidacy for the Ph.D., which must take place by the end of the third year of study. We regret to announce that the Yale Department of the History of Art will not accept applications to our graduate program during the 2021 admissions cycle. We regret to announce that the Yale Department of the History of Art will not accept applications to our graduate program during the 2021 admissions cycle. With a comparative perspective, it examines the rise and fall of the institution of slavery in the European Atlantic empires between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. Through primary and secondary literature, the course familiarizes students with the life and times of Edwards and encourages reading and discussion about his background, historical and intellectual contexts, and legacy.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 579a / RLST 679a, Popular Religion in Europe, 1300–1700  Carlos Eire, Readings and discussion in recent scholarship on the history of religion in the Christian West in the late medieval and early modern periods.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 581a, Religion in Latin America  Erika Helgen, This course examines the richness and diversity of Latin American religious culture, paying special attention to how religious practices and identities often defy boundaries and categories of religious denomination. While the United States figures prominently in the course, students may conduct research on transnational topics from any geography in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.HTBA, HIST 810a, Introduction to Brazilian History  Stuart Schwartz, An introduction to the historical problems and historiography of Brazil. Politics alone fails to explain what the Russian philosopher Nikolai Berdyaev described as a “deep deformation of the structure of consciousness” prompting “individual conscience to flee from the world.” We discuss what we can learn both about the totalitarian experiences of the twentieth century and about our present “post-factual” world where, as Peter Pomerantsev describes, “nothing is true and everything is possible,” by revisiting classic works like Hannah Arendt’s Origins of Totalitarianism. Traditions & History Yale has grown and evolved for 300-plus years, passing many milestones and forging traditions along the way. HSHM students receive degrees in History, with a concentration in the History of Science and Medicine. Team-taught.W 1:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 966a / GLBL 827a, Totalitarianism: An Intellectual History  Marci Shore, 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, which ushered in the largest and most all-encompassing social engineering experiment in human history; 2019 marked the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. in Political Science, upon completion of a minimum of six graduate term courses in History at Yale, of which two must have earned Honors grades and the other four courses must average High Pass overall. The department typically accepts 22 Ph.D. students per year. If the student selects the three-field option, the major field will be examined for sixty minutes and each minor field for thirty minutes. Yale offers advanced degrees through its Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and 12 professional schools. Enrollment capped at fifteen; meets at YDS Library L104.M 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 575b / RLST 739b, Jonathan Edwards and American Puritanism  Harry Stout and Kenneth Minkema, This course offers students an opportunity for intensive reading in and reflections upon the significance of early America’s premier philosophical theologian through an examination of the writings of the Puritans, through engagement with Edwards’s own writings, and through selected recent studies of Euro-Indian contact. Both the comprehensive examinations and the prospectus colloquium must be held by the end of the sixth term. Visits to Yale collections, with a particular emphasis on the History of Science and Technology Division of the Peabody Museum. This course seeks to evaluate the importance of external influence and international context at the turning points in North Korean history, which include the establishment of DPRK, its militarization and beginning of nuclear development, Kim Il Sung’s purge of factions and the succession to Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un, and other topics. The particular focus is on the factors driving the transformations of North Korea. In the event that any necessary faculty members absolutely cannot be present, they may send their views in writing to the DGS, who will read them at the meeting. Jewish Modern Hebrew and German, and additional languages such as Latin, Arabic, Yiddish, Russian, or Polish, as required by the student’s areas of specialization. Only students who have completed the first chapter conference will be considered for extended registration. Yale has a history of difficult and prolonged labor negotiations, often culminating in strikes. Noel Lenski (203.432.1361), Professors Abbas Amanat, Sunil Amrith, Lauren Benton, Ned Blackhawk, David Blight, Daniel Botsman, Edyta Bowjanowska, Paul Bushkovitch, Deborah Coen, Stephen Davis, Carolyn Dean, Fabian Drixler, Carlos Eire, David Engerman, Paul Freedman, Joanne Freeman, John Gaddis, Beverly Gage, Bruce Gordon, Greg Grandin, Valerie Hansen, Robert Harms, Matthew Jacobson, Gilbert Joseph, Paul Kennedy, Benedict Kiernan, Jennifer Klein, Regina Kunzel, Naomi Lamoreaux, Noel Lenski, Kathryn Lofton, Mary Lui, Daniel Magaziner, J.G. Topics include public history, museum studies, oral and community history, public art, documentary film and photography, public writing and educational outreach, the socially conscious performing arts, and fundraising. The first is a rendering of U.S. culture itself—a survey, however imperfect, of the major currents, themes, and textures of U.S. culture over time, including its contested ideologies of race and gender, its organization of productivity and pleasure, its media and culture industries, its modes of creating and disseminating “information” and “knowledge,” its resilient subcultures, and its reigning nationalist iconographies and narratives. There is a heavy emphasis on historiography and an encouragement to relate economic and strategical trends to diplomatic. 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