Syllabus Archive

Courses taught by Zachary M. Schrag

  1. Undergraduate
    1. U.S. History Survey
      1. U.S. History. George Mason University, History 120
        1. Fall 2006
        2. Spring 2006
        3. Spring 2005
        4. Fall 2004
      2. Modern American History (since 1877). Baruch College, History 1005, spring
      3. Themes in U.S. History. Baruch College, History 1000, fall 2002
    2. U.S. History by Period
      1. United States since 1973
        1. HIST 332. United States since 1973, Spring 2011
        2. United States since 1973, fall 2007
        3. HIST 389. America since 1973. Spring 2006
        4. HIST W3594. America since 1973. Columbia University, spring 2004
      2. United States, 1945-73
        1. HIST 331. Postwar United States, 1945-1973, fall 2010
        2. HIST 389. Postwar America, 1945-1976. Spring 2007
        3. HIST 389. Victory to Watergate: America, 1945-1976, spring 2005
      3. United States, 1918-1941
        1. HIST 409. Between the Wars: The United States, 1919 – 1941, summer 2001
    3. Technology and Transportation
      1. HNRS 353. Technology in the Contemporary World
        1. Technology in the Contemporary World, Spring 2011
        2. HNRS 353. Technology in the Contemporary World, spring 2010
      2. The Automobile in the United States
        1. HIST 389. Automobile in the United States, spring 2010
        2. HIST 389. Automobile in the United States, fall 2007
      3. HIST W 4581. Technology and American Identity. Columbia University. Fall 2003
    4. Cities and the Built Environment
      1. HIST 300. Introduction to the Historical Method: Urban and Suburban America, spring 2007
      2. HIST 417. The History of Metropolitan Washington, fall 2006
      3. HIST 389. The American Built Environment, fall 2004
      4. American Studies 50/History 50. Washington, D.C.: History, Culture, and Politics. George Washington University, fall 2001
  2. Graduate
    1. U.S. History by Period
      1. HIST 623: Recent U.S. History, 1945 to Present, fall 2010
    2. Disorder
      1. HIST 615: Protest and Disorder, fall 2009
    3. Technology
      1. HIST 615: The Politics of Technology, fall 2007
      2. HIST 615: Technology and American Identity, spring 2005
    4. Cities and the Built Environment
      1. HIST 615: Reading the American Landscape, spring 2007
      2. HIST 615: Washington History Matters, spring 2006