History of Capitalism Minor Approved Courses

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1. Regional/National/Global Survey of Capitalism

HIST 1540/AMST 1540/ILRLR 1845 American Capitalism

2. Economics and Business

Students will need to take at least one course from this list.

ECON 1110           Introductory Microeconomics

ECON 1120           Introductory Macroeconomics

ECON 3010           Accelerated Microeconomics

ECON 3030           Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

ECON 3300           Development of Economic Thought and Institutions

ECON 3310           American Economics History I

ECON 3320           American Economic History II

GOVT 3547           American Primacy Challenged: International Political Economy

GOVT 3557           American Exceptionalism Questioned: Comparative Political Economy

PAM 2000             Intermediate Microeconomics

AEM 2241             Finance (formerly AEM 2240)   

HADM 2250          Finance

3. Historical Areas

Students will need to take at least three courses from the following list (please also see the department of history’s course offerings).

GERST 4431          Melancholy Left: Marx to Benjamin (HIST 4234) 

GERST 1170          Marx, Nietzsche, Freud 

GERST 3610          Homo Oeconomicus

HIST 1690              Latin America and the World

HIST 1950              The Invention of Latin America

HIST 1955              No gods, No masters: Histories of Anarchism

HIST 2062              Migrant Workers in the Americas

HIST 2210              Popular Culture in China

HIST 2452              Dress Cloth and Identity

HIST 2423              Dazed and Confused: The Politics of Drug and Alcohol in US History

HIST 2063              Anarchism: History, Theory, Practice

HIST 2500              Technology in Society

HIST 2581              Environmental History

HIST 3022              Capitalism and American Democracy

HIST 3050              Eighteenth-Century Britain

HIST 3181              Living in an Uncertain World: Science, Technology, and Risk (BSOC 3181, STS 3181)

HIST 3652              African Economic Development Histories

HIST 3740              America Becomes Modern: The Gilded Age and Progressive Era

HIST 4041              Atlantic Commodities

HIST 4261              Commodification and Consumerism in Historical Perspective

HIST 4490              Peddlers, Pirates and Prostitutes: Subaltern Histories of Southeast Asia, 1800-1900

HIST 4820              History of Slavery

ILRLR 1100            Introduction to U.S. Labor History

ILRLR 3040            Special Topics in Labor History

ILRLR 3060            Recent History of American Workers

ILRLR 3065            Immigrant America: Race and Citizenship in Modern Working Class History

ILRLR 3880            Unfree Labor: Servants, Slaves, and Wives

ILRLR 3870            The History of Consumption: From Wedgwood to WalMart