The following is from http://webdocs.registrar.fas.harvard.edu/courses/HistoryofAmericanCivilization.html, but American Civilization students are by no means limited to this set of courses. The full FAS course catalog is available here.)This program is interdisciplinary. Students are also referred to course offerings at the Design School, Kennedy School, and Law School. For further information about the variety of course offerings in specific departments, consult the office of the Committee, Barker Center 225, 12 Quincy Street.
Primarily for Graduates*American Civilization 200 (formerly *American Civilization 370). Major Works in the History of American Civilization
Catalog Number: 3662
Jill M. Lepore
Half course (fall term). Th., 12–2. EXAM GROUP: 14, 15
A survey of the field, with an emphasis on the range of interdisciplinary methods in the humanities, history, and social sciences.
Note: Required of first and second-year graduate students in American Civilization and open to others by permission of the instructor.
[*American Civilization 201 (formerly *American Civilization 371). Themes in the History of American Civilization]
Graduate Courses*American Civilization 398. Reading and Research
Catalog Number: 1710
Sven Beckert 2415 (on leave 2012-13), Robin M. Bernstein 5411, Ann M. Blair 2467, Allan M. Brandt 3031, Vincent Brown 4638, Lawrence Buell 2655, Glenda R. Carpio 4408, Joyce E. Chaplin 1058, Amanda Claybaugh 5800, Lizabeth Cohen 3627 (on leave 2012-13), Nancy F. Cott 4261 (on leave 2012-13), Bradley S. Epps 2880 (on leave 2012-13), Philip J. Fisher 1470 (on leave spring term), William W. Fisher (Law School) 4257, Peter L. Galison 3239, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. 2899, Claudia Goldin 2667, David D. Hall (Divinity School) 2510, Janet E. Halley (Law School) 4431, Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham 3517, Morton J. Horwitz (Law School) 6272, Walter Johnson 5616, Geoffrey Jones (Business School) 5105, Mark D. Jordan (Divinity School) 6279, Despina Kakoudaki 3979, Robin E. Kelsey 4132, Alexander Keyssar (Kennedy School) 4323, James T. Kloppenberg 3157 (on leave 2012-13), Jill M. Lepore 4830, Erez Manela 4762, Thomas K. McCraw (Business School) 7371, Lisa M. McGirr 2543 (on leave 2012-13), Louis Menand 4752 (on leave fall term), Ingrid Monson 1591 (on leave 2012-13), Elisa New 2428, Carol J. Oja 4599 (on leave 2012-13), Julie A. Reuben (Education School) 4428, Jennifer L. Roberts 4407, Werner Sollors 7424 (on leave spring term), Rachel St. john 5328, John Stauffer 1006, Maria Tatar 3645, Laurel Thatcher Ulrich 1886, Helen Vendler 7226, Adelheid Voskuhl 5569 (on leave 2012-13), and Joanne van der Woude 6069
*American Civilization 399. Direction of Doctoral Dissertation
Cross-listed courses are no longer listed here. For a list of courses offered by members of the Committee on Higher Degrees in the History of American Civilization, and other courses of interest in American studies, contact the program office at firstname.lastname@example.org.