• HIS 3995 (Winter '13) - Special Topics in History  / HIS 6000 (Winter '13) - Studies in Comparative History:  Socialism: Past, Present and Future -The History of the Left from the Second International (1889) to Venezuela's "21st Century Socialism" and Occupy Wall Street
  • HIS 3995 (Fall '12) - Special Topics in History  / HIS 6000 (Fall '12) - Studies in Comparative History:  The History of Marxism and Communism
  • HIS 3250 (Winter '12) - The Family in History / HIS 6000 (Winter '12) - Studies in Comparative History: Genealogy and Family History
  • HIS 3995 (Fall '11) - Special Topics in History / HIS 6000 (Fall '11) - Studies in Comparative History: Socialism: From the Second International (1889) to Venezuela's "21st Century Socialism"
  • HIS 3995 (Winter '11) - Special Topics in History  / HIS 6000 (Winter '11) - Studies in Comparative History:  The History of Marxism and Communism
  • HIS 3250 (Fall '10) - The Family in History / HIS 6000 (Fall '10) - Studies in Comparative History: The Family
  • HIS 1000 (Winter '10) - World Civilization to 1500
  • HIS 3250 (Fall '09) - The Family in History / HIS 6000 (Fall '09) - Studies in Comparative History: The Family
  • HIS 1000 (Fall '09) - World Civilization to 1500
  • (Winter '09:  On Leave)
  • HIS 3998 (Fall '08) - Topics in American History /  HIS 6010 (Fall '08) - Studies in American History: Church and State from Jefferson to McCain and Obama
  • IH 3710 (Fall '08) - Philosophy and Literature - The World of Ideas: Church and State from Jefferson to McCain and Obama
  • IH 2710 (Winter '08) - Philosophy and Literature: Paths to Truth
  • IH 1990 (Winter '08) - Directed Study (online):  Genealogy and Family History
  • ISP 3991 (Winter '07) - Interdisciplinary Core Seminar:  Religion and Secularism in America Today
  • ISP 4860 (Fall '06) - Senior Seminar II: Religion and Secularism in America Today
  • ISP 6010 (Fall '06) - Interdisciplinary Core Seminar: Religion and Secularism in America Today
  • IH 3810 (Winter '06) - Historical Perspectives: History and You; ISP 3840 � Directed Study: Family History
  • IH 2710 (Fall '05) - Philosophy and Literature: Truth, Politics, and Propaganda; IH 1990 � Directed Study
  • IH 3810 (Winter '05) - Approaches to the Study of History: History and You; ISP 3540 � Directed Study: Family History
  • IH 2710 (Fall '04) - Philosophy and Literature: Truth, Politics, and Propaganda
  • IH 2710 (Fall '03) - Art and Aesthetics: Literature and Philosophy; IH 1990 - Directed Study
  • IH 3710 (Fall '03) - Significant Issues in Cultural Studies: Great Ideas; GIS 3540 - Directed Study: Issues in Cultural Studies
  • GUH 3810 (Winter '03) - Approaches to the Study of History: History and You; AGS 3540 - Directed Study: Understanding History
  • GUH 3710 (Fall '02) - Introduction to Cultural Studies: The Great Ideas and Today�s Political Conflicts; AGS 3540 - Directed Study - Issues in Cultural Studies
  • GUH 3710 (Fall '02) - Introduction to Cultural Studies: The Great Ideas and Today�s Political Conflicts; AGS 3540 - Directed Study - Issues in Cultural Studies
  • ISP 6110 (Winter '02) - Seminar in Historical and Cultural Studies: The Meaning of September 11