These are courses I have taught and/or developed at Fayetteville State University. They
are offered regularly; check the Course Schedule for listings.
- HIST 110, World
History to 1600: an introduction to the origins and development of major world
120, World History since 1600: an introduction to world history in the modern
311, Modern Europe, 1648-1848: a sophomore-junior level survey of
early modern European history;
312, Modern Europe, 1848-Present: a sophomore-junior level survey
of European history from 1848 to the present;
331, Modern East Asia: a sophomore-junior level survey of Chinese
and Japanese history since 1800.
- HIST 430, Twentieth-Century
Europe: a study of contemporary European issues originating from the two
world wars, including the social and political upheavals of the twentieth century.
- HIST 451, The French
Revolution and Napoleon: a senior-level seminar.
490, Senior Seminar (Focus--European Unification): In-depth studies in
selected areas of special interest, with supervised research and directed readings
500, Historiography: a graduate course in the theory and practice of history.
- UNIV 101, Freshman Fellows Seminar I.
The first half of a year-long program that pairs selected Freshman Fellows
with Faculty Fellows to engage in research projects.
102, Freshman Fellows Seminar II. The second half of a year-long
program that pairs selected Freshman Fellows with Faculty Fellows to engage
in research projects.
Syllabi for these courses may be accessed by
clicking on the links above. Other course materials will be made available
through the university's Blackboard course