Course Selection

Professor Ratner-Rosenhagen teaches a variety of courses, ranging from lectures that introduce students to the contours of American intellectual history as well as general undergraduate surveys of U.S history, to upper-division courses focused on the role of intellectuals in U.S. culture. She also teaches graduate courses that cover recent developments in the historiography of U.S. cultural and intellectual history.

 

Lecture Courses

History 102 - United States History: Civil War to the Present

History 200 - Seven Deadly Sins in American History

History 201 - Historian's Craft: Your Parents' Generation, 1960-1980s

History 201 - Historian's Craft: Guilded Age America

History 221 - Explorations in American History: Spirituality in the Twentieth-Century United States

History 221 - Explorations in American History: Ideas and Culture in 19th-Century America

History 301 - History of American Thought, 1620-1865

History 302 - History of American Thought, 1859 to the Present

 

Undergraduate Seminars

History 600 - Public Intellectuals in the United States

History 600 - Emerson, Nietzsche, & American Culture

History 600 - African-American Intellectual History

 

Graduate Seminars

History 800 - Research Seminar in History

History 900 - An Introduction to History for U.S. Historians

History 901 - Studies in American History: United States Intellectual and Cultural History

History 901 - Studies in American History: Early Modern U.S. Intellectual and Cultural History

History 951 - Intellectual History of America: Intellectual Exiles in the U.S.