Future Schedules

Below we have listed the tentative schedule of History classes for Fall 2024 and Spring 2025. There are likely to be changes to this information as the schedules move closer to the date it becomes "live," but it does reflect what we intend to offer at this moment. 


Fall 2024 Schedule

Fall 2024

Schedule for Fall 2024 History courses

Lower Division Courses

HIST 11050 World History: Ancient & Medieval

Section 1: Tuesday, Thursday; 11am to 12:15am; Professor Matt Crawford

Section 2: Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 9:55am to 10:45am; Instructor TBD

Section 3: Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 11am to 11:50am; Instructor TBD

HIST 11051 World History: Modern

Section 1: Tuesday, Thursday; 2:15pm to 3:30pm; Professor Lindsay Starkey

Section 2: Online; Instructor TBD

Section 3: Online; Instructor TBD

Section 4: Monday, Wednesday; 3:45pm to 5pm; Professor Richard Steigmann-Gall

HIST 12070 Early America

Section 1: Tuesday, Thursday; 9:15am to 10:30am; Professor Kim Gruenwald

Section 3: Online; Instructor TBD

HIST 12071 Modern America

Section 2: Monday, Wednesday; 9:15am to 10:30am; Professor Kevin Adams

Section 3: Tuesday, Thursday, 3:45pm to 5:00pm; Instructor TBD

Upper Division Courses

HIST 31071, US Foreign Relations through 1898; Online - 7 weeks; Professor Ann Heiss

HIST 31025, Italy from Rome to Renaissance; Online - 5 weeks; Professor Fabrizio

HIST 31101, War & Society in the US from 1607-1865; Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 12:05pm to 12:55pm; Professor Kevin Adams

HIST 31130, History of Pre-Colonial Africa to 1880; Tuesday, Thursday; 2:15pm to 3:30pm; Professor Tim Scarnecchia

HIST 32050, Historical Research Methods; Monday, Wednesday; 2:15pm to 3:30pm; Professor Elaine Frantz

HIST 38595, section 1, ST: The African-American Jazz Age; Tuesday, Thursday; 9:15am to 10:30am; Professor Smith-Pryor

HIST 38595, section 2, ST: The History of Sexuality in Medieval and Early Modern Europe; Tuesday, Thursday; 11am to 11:15am; Professor Lindsay Starkey

HIST 41006, Roman History, Online; Professor Brian Harvey (MCLS)

HIST 41034, The Politics of Dress in Modern Europe; Tuesday, Thursday; 12:3opm to 1:45pm; Professor Hume

HIST 41041, History of Germany, 1871-Present; Monday, Wednesday; 12:30pm to 1:45pm; Professor Richard Steigmann-Gall

HIST 41071, Ideas in Action: US Intellectual History; Monday, Wednesday; 3:45pm to 5pm; Professor Ken Bindas

HIST 41129, The Holocaust: The Destruction of European Jewry, 1938-1945; Monday, Wednesday; 9:15am to 10:30am; Professor Nick Ostrum

HIST 49091, Senior Seminar in History (WIC); Monday, Wednesday; 2:15pm to 3:30pm; Professor Nick Ostrum

Graduate Level Courses (MA/PhD)

HIST 5/79295, Special Topics in Global History; Friday; 11am to 2pm; Professor Shane Strate

HIST 6/81002, Historiography; Thursday; 4:30pm to 7:30pm; Professor Kim Gruenwald

HIST 6/82350, Revolution and Reform: The Depression Era and the Transformation of American Society; Wednesday; 5:30pm to 8:3opm; Professor Ken Bindas

HIST 6/82420, Police and Policed in the US 19th and 20th Centuries; Monday; 5:30pm to 8:30pm; Professor Elaine Frantz

Spring 2025 Schedule

Spring 2025

Tentative schedule for Spring 2025 schedule. More updates to come! 


HIST 11050 World History: Ancient and Medieval

MW; 11-12:15pm; Professor Matt Crawford

HIST 11051 World History: Modern

MW; 9:15-10:30am; Professor Richard Steigmann-Gall

TR; 9:15-10:30am; Professor Shane Strate

HIST 12070 Early America

MW; 2:15-3:30pm; Professor Kim Gruenwald

TR; 12:30-1:45pm; Professor Liz Smith-Pryor

HIST 12071 Modern America

TR; 2:15-3:30pm; Professor Ken Bindas

TR; 11:15-12:15pm; Professor Elaine Frantz (Parsons)



Reconstruction of America (New Undergraduate Course); MWF; 9:55-10:45am; Professor Kevin Adams

HIST 41077 New Deal America & Beyond; TR; 9:15-10:30am; Professor Ken Bindas

HIST 31141 Early Latin America; MW; 2:15-3:30pm; Professor Matt Crawford

HIST 31061 Ohio History; 100% asynchronous; Professor Elaine Frantz (Parsons)

HIST 32050 Historical Research Methods; MW; 3:45-5pm; Professor Kim Gruenwald

HIST 49091 Senior Seminar; MW; 3:45-5pm; Professor Brian Hayashi

May 4th in a Global Context; MW; 11-12:15pm; Professor Ann Heiss

HIST 31056 Europe in the Renaissance; TR; 12:30-1:45pm; Professor Lindsay Starkey

HIST 31114 Tradition and Revolution in Southeast Asia; TR; 12:30-1:45pm; Professor Shane Strate

HIST 38595 The Black Arts, the Racial Mountain, and the Digital Age: From the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic, c. 1926 - Present; MW; 12:30-1:45pm; Professor Regennia Williams



HIST 5/79095 The Greater Reconstruction; W; 5:30-8:30pm; Professor Kevin Adams

HIST 6/82325 Major Readings in Asian American History; M; 5:30-8:30pm; Professor Brian Hayashi

HIST 6/81070 Graduate Writing Seminar; F; 11-2pm; Professor Liz Smith-Pryor

HIST 6/82415 Religion and Violence in the Modern West; R; 5:30-8pm; Professor Richard Steigmann-Gall