100-level courses are broad introductory surveys that address basic art history from a number of regional and thematic perspectives. Marisa Bass wins book prize. The class considers both the political and academic roots of the field as well as its evolving relationship to “mainstream” American history.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 775b / AMST 866b / WGSS 712b, Readings in the History of Sexuality  Joanne Meyerowitz, Selected topics in the history of sexuality. 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. This conference is designed to be an extension of the conversation begun in the prospectus colloquium and is not intended as a defense. Yale has a history of difficult and prolonged labor negotiations, often culminating in strikes. The Graduate School also participates in the following formal joint-degree programs with the professional schools: the J.D./M.A. The prospectus colloquium offers students an opportunity to discuss the dissertation prospectus with their dissertation committee in order to gain the committee’s advice on the research and writing of the dissertation and its approval for the project. Emphasis on methodology and major interpretive problems. For their major field, students will write a historiographical essay of maximum 8,000 words. The petition, submitted to the History DGS, will explain the academic reasons for the request. is a semi-autonomous graduate track within the Department of History. Students may choose to take the UDF at any point after they have advanced to candidacy and before the end of their sixth year. They learn to be effective storytellers and to craft arguments that speak to broad audiences. 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. The department typically accepts 22 Ph.D. students per year. For a list of undergraduate majors, see the Yale College Programs of Study page. The Department of History also offers, in conjunction with the Renaissance Studies Program, a combined Ph.D. in History and Renaissance Studies. For further details, see Classics. 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. Prerequisite: reading knowledge of Japanese.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 890b / EAST 502b, History of North Korea: Politics, Society, and Culture  Staff, This course explores the political, social, and cultural history of North Korea from the origins of the state during the Japanese colonial period to the regime transition in the early twenty-first century. Readings include scholarly articles that might serve as models for students’ research projects.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 732b, Research and Writing the History of the Yale History Department  Jay Gitlin, In this seminar, we spend eight weeks in a readings-and-discussion format. Students enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Political Science may qualify for the M.A. from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. The fall term each year emphasizes key concepts and major intellectual currents. Additional students are enrolled through various combined programs and through HSHM. The readings include a mixture of the empirical and the philosophical, of narrative and theory.W 9:25am-11:15am, HIST 970a / PLSC 640a, Advanced Topics in Modern Political Philosophy  Giulia Oskian and Isaac Nakhimovsky, This seminar explores key concepts in modern political philosophy at a level appropriate for graduate students (to help prepare for the political theory field exam) and for advanced undergraduates who have completed substantial course work in intellectual history and/or political theory. After looking at the modernization of the department in the era of Edmund Morgan, John Morton Blum, Howard Lamar, and C. Vann Woodward, we spend four weeks in research workshops discussing periodization, curricular change, and faculty diversity over time with the intent of producing a publishable history of the department.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 733a / AMST 800a, The United States in the Twentieth Century  Beverly Gage, An introduction to the historiography of the United States in the twentieth century. Students are required to submit the draft to their committee in sufficient time for the committee to be able to read it. The second is a sampling of scholarly methods and approaches, a meta-history of “the culture concept” as it has informed historical scholarship in the past few decades. M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Director of Graduate Studies Questions that animate the course include: What role have African American religions played in African American life? Readings and discussion, guest speakers, research paper.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 994a or b, Oral Exam Tutorial  Staff, HIST 995a or b, Prospectus Tutorial  Staff, Offered by permission of the instructor and DGS to meet special requirements not covered by regular courses. The seminar constructs the category of law expansively to encompass civic, religious, and hybrid forms of legislation. and Ph.D./M.B.A. The course reconsiders the relationships between economic structure and American politics and political ideologies, and between global and domestic political economy. Permission of the instructor required.T 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 703a / AMST 803a, Research in Early National America  Joanne Freeman, A research seminar focused on the early national period of American history, broadly defined. Of the 131 students who graduated with a Bachelor’s in history from Yale in 2019, 58% were men and 42% were women. In the unusual case that a majority of faculty present and voting determine that a student may not continue, the student will be informed in writing and withdrawn from the program. 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. It is not a specialized research seminar, but it does require a basic understanding of historiography.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 586a, U.S. Catholic History Remapped  Erika Helgen, In 2010, historian Timothy Matovina called for a “remapping” of U.S. Catholicism, allowing previously overlooked places, people, and events to shape the broader narratives of Catholic history. The Yale Bulldogs football program represents Yale University in college football at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (formerly Division I-AA). 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). Department of Psychology Nicknamed “the hermit kingdom,” the regime is often commonly perceived as isolated from the outside world. 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. Additional students are enrolled through various combined programs and … Separate section for those with a reading knowledge of classical Chinese.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 889a / EAST 889a, Research in Japanese History  Daniel Botsman, After a general introduction to the broad array of sources and reference materials available for conducting research related to the history of Japan since ca. 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. It provides critical tools—including feminist, postcolonial, and new materialist perspectives—to address the relationships among science, technology, medicine, and society.W 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 924a / HSHM 768a, Epidemics and the Early Modern Body  Paola Bertucci, Epidemics in the history of the early modern world. Interested graduate students should contact the instructor with proposed research topics.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 764a / AFAM 716a / AMST 910a, Working Group on Latina/o Studies I  Stephen Pitti and Alicia Schmidt Camacho, A continuous workshop for graduate students in American Studies, History, African American Studies, and related fields. Topics include the long history of Catholicism in the Southwest and South; the intersection of race and Catholic culture throughout the United States; the influence of the Catholic Church in the U.S. imperial project; the role of Catholic lay and religious women in the growth and leadership of the U.S. church; the emergence of Catholic lived religion in Italian Harlem; Catholic activists fighting for civil rights, labor rights, and liberation in Latin America; and more.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 590b / JDST 764b / MDVL 590b / RLST 777b, Jews in Muslim Lands from the Seventh through the Sixteenth Century  Ivan Marcus, Introduction to Jewish culture and society in Muslim lands from the Prophet Muhammad to Suleiman the Magnificent. Readings include “classics” as well as exemplary recent works.M 9:25am-11:15am, HIST 734b / AMST 780b, Class and Capitalism in the Twentieth-Century United States  Jennifer Klein, Reading course on class formation, labor, and political economy in the twentieth-century United States; how regionalism, race, and class power shaped development of American capitalism. Intermediate and advanc… degree in History, rather than an M.A. Students may pursue a doctorate in History of Science and Medicine jointly with a degree in Medicine or Law. programs in cooperation with the Law School; the M.D./Ph.D. 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. Enrollment limited. Readings include primary texts and secondary literature (social, intellectual, and political history; geography).M 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 746b / AMST 903b / PHUM 903b, Introduction to Public Humanities  Karin Roffman, What is the relationship between knowledge produced in the university and the circulation of ideas among a broader public, between academic expertise on the one hand and nonprofessionalized ways of knowing and thinking on the other? For most of this past hundred years, historians, novelists, socialist scientists, and philosophers (many victims, survivors, or disillusioned believers themselves) have struggled to understand the twentieth-century experiences of Nazism, fascism, and Stalinism. What counts as an archive? degree. Students of history investigate why societies have changed and developed over time and how human beings both make the world and are made by it. Latin American Spanish, Portuguese, and French. The cultural turn in historiography since the 1980s has resulted in a dramatic reordering of “legitimate” scholarly topics, and hence a markedly different scholarly landscape, including some works that seek to narrate the history of the culture in its own right (Kasson’s history of the amusement park, for instance), and others that resort to cultural forms and artifacts to answer questions regarding politics, nationalism, and power relations (Melani McAlister’s Epic Encounters). Focus on the formative period of classical rabbinic Judaism and on the symbiotic relationships among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It explores voluntary and forced migrations, their motivations, processes, and outcomes. During the second year of study, they may opt to take four to six term courses, with the approval of their adviser and the DGS. and M.A./M.E.S. Standard graduate financial support is provided for the PhD phase of work toward such a joint degree. History. Readings include selections from the works of key European jurists but focus mainly on providing students with a firm grasp of trends in the secondary literature on empire and law. For further details, see African American Studies. The Mandela Washington Fellowship is YALI’s flagship program, bringing African civic, business, and community leaders for academic coursework, leadership training, and networking at U.S. colleges and universities. The Program in the History of Science and Medicine is a semi-autonomous graduate track within the Department of History. 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. programs in cooperation with the School of Management; the M.A./M.P.H. The dissertation prospectus provides the basis of grant proposals. Only students who have completed the first chapter conference will be considered for extended registration. Students may take the course as a reading or research seminar.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 926a / AMST 877a / HSHM 703a, Problems in the History of Medicine and Public Health  John Warner, An examination of the variety of approaches to the social, cultural, and intellectual history of medicine, focusing on the United States. 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. Over the course of the term, students are guided through the process of writing an archivally grounded research paper using Yale Divinity School Library Special Collections and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library. 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. Discussions also analyze the accompanying changes in North Korean society and art. In order to ensure that the department has resources to adequately support its students during the Covid-19 pandemic, we will hold off on bringing new students to the program until 2022. The purpose of the history program is to develop historians who possess both intellectual range and specialized competence. 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. There have been at least eight strikes since 1968, and The New York Times wrote that Yale has a reputation as having the worst record of labor tension of any university in the U.S. Yale's unusually large endowment exacerbates the tension over wages This course covers the history of the field and its current intellectual, social, and political positioning. The assigned readings connect classics in this very rich scholarly field to recent works. In order for second-year students to proceed to the third year, they must demonstrate through written work, classroom performance, and participation in departmental activities that they have the ability to: (a) speak and write clearly; (b) conduct independent research at a high level; and (c) develop coherent scholarly arguments. Cultural History  Matthew Jacobson, This sampling of U.S. cultural history from the early national period to the present is designed to unfold on two distinct planes. The fellowship package offered to Ph.D. students normally includes twelve months of University Dissertation Fellowship (UDF), which finances a full year of research and writing without any teaching duties. Mandela Washington Fellowship. More information is available on the department’s website, http://history.yale.edu. Students who participate in the activities of the Program in Economic History are working toward a PhD in economics, history, or another discipline. Students who have completed all requirements for admission to candidacy for the Ph.D. may receive the M.Phil. November 5, 2020. GSAS Programs & Policies; FAQs and Other Info; Prospective Students. What are the limits and pitfalls of archives—and the construct of “the archive”—for research in this field? A student must include in the six courses completed at least two research seminars in the History department. program apply directly to the School of Medicine. American One language relevant to the student’s research interests. The workshop meets six times per term to explore concepts, methods, and pedagogy in the environmental humanities, and to share student and faculty research. By the end of their sixth term, students are strongly recommended to hold a prospectus colloquium, but those who took the Prospectus Tutorial (HIST 995) during their second year are encouraged to hold the colloquium at the beginning of their third year. How are archives constituted and by whom? The majority of bachelor's degree recipients in this major at Yale are white. 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. Program Overview; Master's Degree Programs; Financial Support; Yale History Dissertations; GSAS Programs & Policies; Placement Information; Program Guide. By the end of the term participants have been exposed to some of the key methodological and theoretical approaches historians have developed for studying different time periods, places, and aspects of the human past. History explains why the world is the way it is. Major analytical perspectives from anthropology, economics, history, political science, and environmental studies are used to develop a meaning-centered and historically grounded account of the transformations of rural society. For all joint-degree programs except the M.D./Ph.D., students are required to submit formal applications to both the professional school and the Graduate School indicating their interest in enrolling in the joint program. For further details, see, epartment of History offers, in conjunction with the Renaissance Studies program, a combined Ph.D. in History and Renaissance Studies. 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). This course considers these and other topics and problems. Among the topics covered are the “New Imperialism,” the military and naval arms race prior to 1914, the relationship between domestic politics and foreign affairs, the First World War and the alteration of the Great Power order, the “new diplomacy,” appeasement, the rise of the dictator-states, the origins of the Second World War, military and strategic results of the war, the Cold War, reconfigurations of the 1970s and ’80s, the end of the Cold War, post-Cold War relations. We consider the strengths and limits of given analytic frames for understanding our current historical crises of public health, economic austerity, and racial state violence. Students admitted earlier may opt to observe either the new or the old regulations. Global/International Two languages to be determined by the DGS in consultation with the adviser. Yale offers advanced degrees through its Graduate School of Arts & Sciences and 12 professional schools. Both the comprehensive examinations and the prospectus colloquium must be held by the end of the sixth term. All students in this program must pass an examination in one foreign language. English-language readings in secondary sources and primary sources in translation; examination of relevant maps in Beinecke’s collection. 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. 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. We also explore interdisciplinary work in social theory, historical geography, and anthropology and grapple with the promise (and drawbacks) of GIS. HSHM students receive degrees in History, with a concentration in the History of Science and Medicine. Students learn to diagnose general historical social conditions on the basis of linguistic phenomena occurring in ancient texts. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Prospective majors are encouraged to take the surveys as early in their course of study as possible. Basic readings are in English but students are encouraged to use Portuguese.M 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 815b, Slavery in the Atlantic World  Stuart Schwartz and Marcela Echeverri Munoz, This seminar provides an introduction to the legal, economic, social, and political dimensions of the history of slavery in the Atlantic world. Within each of the six topics, a seminal work is paired with an enthusiastically received recent study investigating the same question or time period. 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. Program in History of Science and Medicine. The DGS will use discretion in ensuring that feedback is provided in a clear and effective manner to any students about whom there are concerns. They include the genre of “mirrors,” critiques of power, literature of dissent, and Islamic theories of state.W 3:30pm-5:20pm, HIST 867a / EAST 501a, Modern Korean History Studies: Issues and Methods, This course examines major works in Korean history of the twentieth century, encompassing the colonial period and the Korean War, the First Republic, economic development, and democratization of South Korea, as well as the building of the North Korean state under Kim Il Sung. The class begins with readings that theorize the archive, particularly for the study of American religion. 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. Students are prohibited from teaching when they are on the UDF. Students may petition for course waivers based on previous graduate work (up to three term courses) only after successful completion of the first year. Students enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Political Science may qualify for the M.A. 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. What can we learn from transnational expressions of religious identity? In addition to academic sources, the course utilizes artworks, films, music, historical newspapers, and memoirs. 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. 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. The Prospectus Tutorial does not count as a research seminar. Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) was conceived in 2013 by a group of African undergraduate and graduate students at Yale University. Toward the end of the academic year, the History faculty will hold a special meeting to review each first- and second-year student in the program. 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. 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. Marisa Bass wins book prize. Students who have not submitted the dissertation by the end of the sixth year need not register in order to submit. The following is a list of our degree-granting academic departments and programs. Individuals interested in the M.D./Ph.D. 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. Traditions & History Yale has grown and evolved for 300-plus years, passing many milestones and forging traditions along the way. M.A. We provide students with an immersive, collaborative, and inspiring environment where they can develop a broadly informed, highly disciplined intellect that will help them be successful in whatever work they finally choose. Readings include classics in the field as well as examples of recent trends and innovative new works. Its aim is to give students early feedback on the research, argument, and style of the first writing accomplished on the dissertation. All rights reserved, Contact us: dana.lee@yale.edu, Phone: (203) 432-1366, Fax: (203) 432-7587. Although they are often depicted as sources of black resilience and emblems of black resistance, they have also been critiqued for marginalizing and racializing black people, as well as encoding archaic gender paradigms and reinforcing class divisions. Yale's football program is one of the oldest in the world, having begun competing in the sport in 1872. If the student selects the four-field option, the major field will be examined for thirty minutes. 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. They make extensive use of Yale’s vast library resources and create pioneering original research projects. Any members of the Graduate Advisory Committee who have worked directly with the student will recuse themselves from the final vote on the case. How have scholars studied the history of African American religions and ultimately shaped the discourse about African American religious life, and by extension African American history? How does the rise of religious pluralism impact the nature of Latin American religious culture? The next month is devoted to research and writing. Copyright ©2020 Yale University All rights reserved Contact Us. The University received a bequest from the estate of Frederick W. Beinecke, PhB 1909, for the creation of a program in management. Browse the organizations below for information on programs of study, academic requirements, and faculty research. in American Studies, must include in the courses completed at least two research seminars in the History department. 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. Jewish society and culture in its biblical, rabbinic, and medieval settings.TTh 11:35am-12:50pm, HIST 597b / JDST 861b / RLST 797b, Twentieth-Century Jewish Politics  David Sorkin, This seminar explores major aspects of twentieth-century Jewish politics with an emphasis on new forms of political practice.Th 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 603a / JDST 806a / MDVL 603a / RLST 616a, Jews and Christians in the Formation of Europe, 500–1500  Ivan Marcus, This seminar explores how medieval Jews and Christians interacted as religious societies between 500 and 1500.T 1:30pm-3:20pm, HIST 622b, Cultural Contacts: Ourselves and Others in the Early Modern Era  Stuart Schwartz, An examination of the encounters between Europeans and other peoples, 1480–1800, with attention to the role of perception, conceptions, and events on both sides of such meetings.
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