graduate Courses (sPRING 2022)
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HIS 522: U.S. Since the Civil War
HIS 525/527: Core Seminar
HIS 532: Race, Gender, Culture
HIS 542: Modern Latin America
HIS 553: Commodities & Globalization
HIS 570: History and Politics of Science in Africa
HIS 601: Research Seminar - Argument to Archives (Sellers)
HIS 695: Dissertation Prospectus Workshop
History Graduate students are encouraged to take for credit or audit Stony Brook graduate courses offered by faculty affiliates and others in related fields. For some of the courses being offered in Spring 2022 see the attached list .
Eligible students (doctoral students 2nd year and above) may take courses for credit via the NY Area Inter-University Doctoral Consortium. Students can browse IUDC courses on the websites of participating universities and departments. For all courses outside of Stony Brook, students should consult with their primary advisor before deciding to enroll. If a student intends to use an IUDC course towards a program requirement (Field, Theme, etc), the Graduate Program Director can grant provisional approval based on an available syllabus or description of course coverage and requirements. This should be accompanied by a note of endorsement from the student's advisor indicating that the course is a good fit for training in the program. Students can also explore options in other SBU departments and programs by following the same approval process.