My Courses
 

Coming Attractions 

Fall 2008
Public History (for graduate students)
Investigating U.S. History I
Artifacts in History (majors research seminar)
Spring 2009
Public History Practicum (for graduate students)
Undergraduate courses TBA.

For complete course descriptions, visit the History Department Courses Page.


Please note: Current course materials have migrated to Web-CT. Course content may differ from the previous examples linked below.


Fall 2007

History of Philadelphia

Cities and Suburbs

Urban History (comparative historiography, for graduate students)


Spring 2007

Artifacts in History (history majors research seminar)

Public History Practicum (for graduate students)


Fall 2006

Investigating U.S. History I

Seminar in Historical Methodology

Introduction to Public History (for graduate students)


Spring 2006

Themes in Modern World History

American Material Culture (for graduate students; at Temple University)


Fall 2005

Investigating U.S. History I

History of Philadelphia

Seminar in U.S. Historiography (for graduate students)


Spring 2005

The 1890s

Investigating U.S. History II

Seminar in Historical Methodology


Fall 2004

Investigating U.S. History I

Themes in Modern World History

Introduction to Public History (for graduate students)


Spring 2004 (on sabbatical)


Fall 2003

Investigating U.S. History II

History of Philadelphia

U.S. Historiography (for graduate students)


Spring 2003

Themes in Modern World History

Material Culture

History and Memory (Honors)


Fall 2002

Themes in Modern World History

Investigating U.S. History I (to 1877)

Historical Methodology


Summer 2002

Introduction to Public History (for graduate students)

History Through Discovery (Villanova Summer Teachers Institute)


Spring 2002

Investigating U.S. History II (since 1877)

America, 1870-1920

The Gilded Age (for graduate students)


Fall 2001

Investigating U.S. History II (since 1877)

History of Philadelphia

History and Memory


Spring 2001

Historical Methodology

Material Culture (for graduate students)


Fall 2000

Themes in World History

U.S. History since 1877


Spring 2000

Themes in World History

When Centuries End: U.S. 1890s and 1990s

Historical Methodology


Fall 1999

Themes in World History

U.S. History to 1877

History of Philadelphia


Spring 1999

Themes in World History

When Centuries End: The United States, 1890s and 1990s

Material Culture (for graduate students)


Fall 1998

Themes in World History

Material Culture

The Gilded Age (for graduate students)


Spring 1998

United States History since 1877

History of Philadelphia


Fall 1997

United States History to 1877

Emerging Industrial America, 1865-1920