Course Descriptions and Schedules

Here you will find information on current and upcoming undergraduate course offerings. We are proud to offer a wide variety of courses on Hawaiian, Pacific, Asian, European, and U.S. History.

Spring 2019

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Fall 2018

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Summer 2018

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Looking for historical documents
on Foreign Relations of the
United States or a photo collection
of charismatic endemic Hawaiian
Moths? Browse through our list
of resources for more information.

New and Upcoming Courses

HIST 330: History of North Korea
History of North Korea in terms of industrialism, militarism, and state power, from 1945 to today. Focus on construction of national sovereign identity and comparison with postcolonial world.

HIST 426: History of Japanese Cuisine and Foodways
Explores the history of Japanese cuisine and investigates the cultural, economic, and geopolitical aspects of foodways in Japanese domestic and international identity.

HIST 608: Seminar on Water in History
Explores how various forms of salt, fresh, and brackish water have played transformative roles in the evolution of human communities throughout history.