Education: Ph.D. Tulane University 2012 Postdoctoral Experience: University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Research Interests: Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Nuclear Organization Research Program: The Hua Lab studies the mechanisms of higher-order chromosome organization during the cell cycle and its function in development and cancer. Among other topics, readings and discussion will address: the evolution of Islamic and Christian polities, and their centuries-long military confrontation (the 'Reconquest'); convivencia, or the interaction of Christians, Muslims, and Jews within medieval peninsular societies, and the reflections of this coexistence in culture, commerce and law; the partial political unification of Spain under the Catholic Monarchs; mounting religious and ethnic tensions within the Christian states, the rise of the Spanish Inquisition, expulsions of Jews and Muslims, and the imposition of Christian orthodoxy.Notes: Capstone. This course examines U.S. history from 1861 to the present using the history of women and gender as the primary analysis. HISL 2820 Modern Brazil Byzantine and Early Medieval Civilization In such a survey, the emphasis will necessarily be on those formal religious movements that have made a major impact on American culture, but the importance of less mainline groups and popular belief will also be discussed. Select Topics in Greek History For description, consult the department.Notes: For special offering, see the Schedule of Classes. The UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment in 1987 unequivocally banned the use of torture. First year seminars provide special opportunities for first year students to dig deep into a special topic and work closely with a faculty member. Seminar in Select Topics in Greek History An analysis of the major forces and events that shaped American history from its beginnings through the Civil War. HISM 4910 Special Topics in Middle Eastern History Main currents of Latin American civilization from the European conquest to the present, with special attention to the historical background of present controversies. HISE 6420 Readings in the Holocaust The discussions will not only focus on the intellectual and political elites but we will also examine how non-elite individuals and groups influenced nation-building processes. Mark your calendar for exams, breaks, and critical deadlines for academic success. The course will explore the development of a distinct African-American experience within the context of colonial North America and the early United States. Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. An examination of cultural, religious, and political developments in Renaissance Italy and their impact on the rest of Europe. Eating and Drinking in History Among other topics, we will examine political upheaval, imperialism, class dynamics, changing gender roles, and questions of French identity in the modern era. U.S.A. 115(52):E12235-E12244. HISC 2910 Special Topics in Asian History HISE 3220 World War II in French Film Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Schedule Distribution 3-credit courses How to distribute your courses when scheduling: First, schedule your courses using only standard meeting patterns. This course considers the history of sub-Saharan Africa under colonialism and after: the responses of people to governments very different from those they had previously, changes in African societies, the challenges of the postcolonial period. HISL 6850 United States-Latin American Relations Special attention will be paid to social and cultural developments as indications of dramatic improvement rather than decline, as well as the more traditional issues surrounding Britain's economy and its role in the world. Some attention will also be paid to the Atlantic slave trade and areas of the Caribbean and Latin America which shared the history of black enslavement. HISE 4910 Special Topics in European History Key themes will include labor and industrialization; urbanization and the middle class; citizenship and ethnicity; and state formation. Graduate credit for these 6 credit hours of 6000 or 7000 level classes taken for credit toward an undergraduate degree, if passed with B or better on the School of Liberal Arts graduate grading scale, may be awarded, when the student is admitted to a graduate program in the Tulane School of Liberal Arts. My Zoom Link for Office hours. These include not only Britain's decline as a great power, but also the debate over economic decline and whether there was some sort of failure, and the debate over cultural decline and the influence of Americanization and mass culture. HISU 2911 The History of the Digital Revolution, from Ada to Zuckerberg A survey of the period from the fall of Rome to the establishment of feudal kingdoms. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Qualified students may arrange for independent study with approval of an instructor (dependent upon area of study) and their faculty adviser. It also reviews the evolving policies that tsarist and Soviet regimes adopted toward the Jews. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. We will study how women's interactions with work, religious practices, and family life were influenced by race, class and ethnicity. This course examines the structure, function, and emotional content of families in Europe from the Renaissance to the 18th century. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. 2 Macaluso, Ann T It will challenge students to recognize the antecedents to today's immigration debates and consider continuities as well as changes in the US economy. This pro-seminar offers a comprehensive exploration of the scholarship on the Atlantic world and is designed to expose graduate students to the major currents, themes and problems in the field. HISC 2020 History of China, 1800 to the Present Medieval Cities Geographically, the area includes the region from Egypt to Iran, the Balkans to Arabia and Eastern Anatolia, in short, those regions under the dominion of the Ottoman and Qajar Empires and successive nation states. Special Topics in History HISC 2010 History of China, Prehistory to 1800 Tulane SoPA Schedule of Classes. Over the course of the semester, we will examine how women were affected by and also influenced historical change. This course explores the many facets of Jewish life and culture in Germany and other cCentral European nations. A historiographical course focusing on major texts, major themes, and major trends in the historical literature of the Caribbean, including the island territories along with Belize and the Guianas. In that context, we will look at what makes a successful digital business. To log in use your Tulane e-mail user name and password. The course will embrace a broad definition of culture to include religion and other community institutions, folklore and folk belief, various leisure activities as well as more obvious cultural manifestations such as music and the arts. This seminar introduces students to the past and present of modern Turkey. dating at least to the late-nineteenth century and involving domestic issues as much as international ones. Colonial Latin America Watch for your designated date and time thru Gibson. HISE 6360 English Civil War Key topics include the legacy of the Republican Era, the rise of the Chinese Communist Party, land reform, and the impact of the revolutionary era on the lives of women. HISA 2030 Byzantine and Early Medieval Civilization Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. a battle over a supposed Soviet beachhead in "our backyard." HISL 2850 Central America Radicals History of China, 1800 to the Present HISE 2250 Russian History: The End of the Empire and the Soviet Period HISM 2910 Special Topics in Middle Eastern History Please complete this form to ensure your membership record is complete and accurate. 1430 Tulane Avenue New Orleans, LA 70112 Admissions: 504-988-5331 Dean Hamm's Office: 504-988-5462 Clinics: 504-988-5800 or … Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History Seminar in Modern Latin America, HISL 7830 Historiography of Colonial Latin America HIST 3210 Visual History and Filmmaking Emphasis will be placed on understanding the diverse origins and particular social contexts from which different aspects of Caribbean culture have developed. (707) 664-2189, Hours of Operation HISA 2350 Medieval Italy Modern Turkey: Past and Present HISA 3910 Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History It provides an overview of historical developments in particular regions, considers the implications of Africa as a unit of analysis, and provides a point of departure for more specialized courses in African history. It explores the general questions of how the "nation" came to dominate both political thought and political reality in the region and how various nationalist movements and ideologies have imagined and constructed national identities. The development of a distinctive Castilian culture, later transplanted in large part to Spanish America, will be studied through close attention to legal codes, domestic arrangements, military organization, the Inquisition, and the classics of medieval Castilian literature. This is an introductory survey of the major cultural, social, political thought, traditions, and institutions of the Indian subcontinent or South Asia from 1500 to the present. HISE 6100 Renaissance and Reformation, 1450-1660 HISE 3290 Origins of the Second World War, 1919-1939 HISU 6560 Rise and Fall of the Plantation South This reading seminar will explore the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans through the lens of popular memory. This course devotes equal time to lecture and discussion. Please note: All courses are not available each semester. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. )Notes: Elective in Classics, HISA 2002 Rome, The Imperial Republic Medieval Spain Emphasis is on the evolution of the Roman Republic's political institutions, the Roman conquest of the Mediterranean world, the Hellenization of Roman society, the emergence of a Mediterranean economy, the demise of the Republic in the Roman Revolution, and the legacy of the Republic to the Western tradition.Notes: Elective in Classics, HISA 2020 High Roman Empire: From Augustus to Constantine This seminar will explore the dispersion and fate of African peoples and their descendants in the United States, the Caribbean, and Central and South America with a view to developing an understanding of African-American culture as a diverse regional phenomenon rather than one confined to the United States. Nov 24 Tu: Last day of classes; Nov 30 M–Dec 5 Sat: Final Exam period HISU 3300 Katrina and Popular Memory This course will include units on food, war, and hunger; commodity chains and trade; cultural relationships with alcohol; and labor and food production in the pre-industrial, industrial and post-industrial era. This course examines the creation of gardens, parks and public space in Europe and the Americas from 1500 to the present day. (PMID20144605; PMC2878775), Lim RF, Wegelin J, Hua LL, Kramer EJ, Servis ME. Beginning in the 1960s, scholars began to question the assumption that rituals. HISU 3360 Slavery in Public History and Public Memory New Orleans Free People of Color Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Students will also make use of a digitized data base, theoldbaileyonline, which contains the transcripts of trials held at the Old Bailey courthouse in London to write a research paper. HISE 3250 Russia at War, 1939-1945 HISU 6420 American Revolutions 343 Large Classroom Macaluso, Ann T 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Capston Seminar Stephanie Baus Elk Place Rm. The history of Central America since 1800 with particular attention to the establishment of political independence, economic colonialism, the transfer of hegemony over the region from Europe to North America, problems of chronic political and social instability, and popular revolutions in the 20th century. Later Medieval Spain Course Notes: Prerequisite: CHEM 2410. SOWK 7310-01 Introduction to Direct Social Work Practice - Rick Ager Macaluso, Ann T 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM SOWK 7310-02 Introduction to Direct Social Work Practice - Christine Roux Macaluso, Ann T 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM SOWK 7310-03 Introduction to Direct Social Work Practice - Deidre Hayes Macaluso, Ann T 9:00 AM – 11:50 AM SOWK 7310-04 Introduction to Direct Social Work Practice - Close Contact Information Update. Special Topics in European History This survey course introduces the early civilizations and religious traditions of the Near East and India that are the institutional and cultural basis of the Middle East today. This methods seminar examines the origins and experience of the large population of free people of color in New Orleans from 1718-1865. History Courses that count for other majors. 312 AV Conference Room Macaluso, Ann T 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM EFT Core Skills - Community Workshop - P Sternbergh Elk Place Rm. HISE 2430 Modern Spain, 1700 to the PresentSurveys the course of modern Spanish history from the Bourbon succession through the loss of overseas empire, the political and social evolution culminating in the bloody civil war of 1936-39, and the subsequent dictatorship of Franco, to contemporary democratic Spain and the challenges it faces. Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Special Topics in Medieval and Ancient History HISE 3311 History of Gardens, Parks and Green Spaces To register for classes , please visit classschedule. The course examines the diversity of African-American religious expressions within the larger context of black social and political life. HIST 1500 First Year Seminar: Special Topics Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Historians of women and gender have reimagined the ways we might think about the past, causing us to reconsider assumptions about labor, sex, and politics. This course has a required co-requisite Methods Lab. Contrasts and similarities with other imperial systems receive particular attention. 3 Macaluso, Ann T 8:30 AM – 10:20 AM SOWK 7130-02 Diversity & Social Justice Theory & Practice - Catherine Burnette Elk Place Rm. Emphasis is on the nature of this forced migration as a unique process of cultural interaction and cultural change. A survey of the history of people of African descent in the United States from the 17th century to the end of the Civil War. The History of the Digital Revolution, from Ada to Zuckerberg Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. Each professor will teach a 1-week unit on a historical disaster related to their area of specialization. Although in the United States, the US conflict in Vietnam is most commonly referred to as the Vietnam War, in Vietnam, it is known as the American War. At the time she left LSU, Dr. Olsen held the position of William A. Copeland Endowed Professor of … Separate multi-week sections of the seminar will concentrate on vendettas and blood feuds, dueling, piracy and banditry, and the Sicilian mafia. We will be happy to assist you in any manner we can. HISU 2610 The Old South A survey of American environmental history from 1491 to the present, focused on how politics, culture, and the economy have changed the way people interact with the world around them over time. For description, consult the department.Notes: For specific offering, see the Schedule of Classes. Special attention will be paid to the three great inventions that combined to create the digital age: the computer, the microchip, and the internet. HISL 2790 Central America This course explores the development of distinctive cultural forms and patterns in the Caribbean basin from the arrival of Europeans at the end of the 15th century up to the present day. HISL 3910 Special Topics in Latin American History Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. What happened when enslaved Africans, African-Americans and other people of African descent used organized armed resistance to fight the institution of slavery? If you are having issues registering for a class, contact Erica Geary at dlinfo@tulane.edu for assistance. Greek civilization is the foundation of Western civilization. Putin's Russia HIST 1520 Pain and Torture through History The two were both founded as French colonies. 325 Classroom No. Brazilian history from 1822, including the first and second empires and the republic. Intensive reading, research, and writing in a selected field of history. Plan your course schedule using the online Schedule of Classes Planner feature. Eating and Drinking are part of our everyday lives and experiences, and in that respect, these processes can seem natural and a historical. HISE 6512 In Stalin's Shadow: The Soviet Union, 1953-1991 110 Gibson Hall 6823 St. Charles Avenue New Orleans, LA 70118 Phone: 504-865-5231 Fax: 504-865-6760 registrar@tulane.edu Oct 26 M: Last day to drop for full semester classes and receive a "W;" drops after this date receive a letter grade or a "WF" Nov 9 M: Priority registration begins for Spring 2021. Please note that this is a reading and writing intensive course that will utilize both peer-collaboration and peer-review. This seminar will explore the dispersion and fate of African peoples and their descendants in the United States, the Caribbean, and Central and South America with a view to developing an understanding of African-American culture as a diverse regional phenomenon rather than one confined to the United States. Lectures, readings and discussions. 330 Classroom No. We will examine colonial and postcolonial migration, the rise of xenophobic extremist political parties, minority activism, and controversies over the place of Islam in French society. HISE 3260 Putin's Russia Courses offered by visiting professors or permanent faculty. BIOL 495 - Special Study in Biology This is a unique course. Central themes include the rise of sharecropping and tenancy, the struggle for civil rights, the emergence of two-party politics, and the metamorphosis of popular values and social norms triggered by the events of the 1960s. Interdisciplinary seminar on the study of the history, historical geology, and cultural achievements of Anatolia (modern Turkey). 329 Classroom No. Readings include selected novels, poetry, critical essays, and memoirs as well as secondary historical literature. BIOL 595 - Special Study in Biology Traces the diplomatic, economic, and cultural relations between the United States and Latin America from the American Revolution to the present. HISU 2650 US Immigration History Surveys the course of modern Spanish history from the Bourbon succession through the loss of overseas empire, the political and social evolution culminating in the bloody civil war of 1936-39, and the subsequent dictatorship of Franco, to contemporary democratic Spain and the challenges it faces. Below is a searchable schedule of classes offered through the School of Professional Advancement (SoPA). The Registrar's Office maintains the Academic Calendar, Schedule of Classes and numerous other services related to your records and course selection. HISE 6520 Immigration and Identity in Contemporary France HIST 4004 Markets, Money, and Trade in Pre-Industrial Economies Readings include selected novels, poetry, and memoirs as well as secondary historical literature. Before joining the faculty at SSU she was an Associate Professor of Marketing at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge and was an adjunct professor at Tulane University in New Orleans. A survey of the political, social, and cultural developments in Italy from the eleventh century to the early fifteenth century, with special attention to the development of institution and culture in the city-states of central and northern Italy. We will also examine the dynamics of the empire's disintegration into independent nation states in the aftermath of World War I and the legacy that the Ottomans left behind. The Service Learning component of the course, when offered, will involve working with local public history agencies in the preparation and presentation of slavery-related materials at their individual venues. A reading seminar designed to explore in depth some aspect of late medieval history that is of interest to students and instructor. 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