KC Johnson

Non-Current Courses

Brooklyn College (undergraduate)

  1. U.S.-Middle Eastern Relations (B.A.) (fall 2016)
  2. SPCM 3185 (senior thesis class) (fall 2016)
  3. U.S. Constitutional History (spring 2016)
  4. US survey (spring 2016)
  5. SPCM 3185 (spring 2016)
  6. History 3450 (US Foreign Relations) (fall 2015)
  7. SPCM 3185 (senior thesis colloquium) (fall 2015)
  8. Postwar U.S. History (fall 2014)
  9. Pathways, Shaping of Modern World (fall 2014)
  10. U.S.-Middle East Relations (spring 2014)
  11. U.S. Constitutional History (fall 2013)
  12. Scholars’ Program Senior Thesis Colloquium (fall 2013)
  13. Youth, Public Policy, & the Law (spring 2013)
  14. Scholars’ Program Senior Thesis Colloquium (spring 2013)
  15. Postwar U.S. History (fall 2012)
  16. Scholars Program Senior Thesis Colloquium (2011-2)
  17. U.S.-Middle Eastern Relations (fall 2011)
  18. U.S. Constitutional History (spring 2011)
  19.  20th Century U.S. Foreign Relations (fall 2010)
  20. Core 1220 (fall 2010)
  21. US since 1950 (spring 2010)
  22. US & Western Hemisphere (fall 2009)
  23. Core 2.2 (fall 2009)
  24. US Constitutional History (spring 2009)
  25. US since 1950
  26. US, 1914-1950
  27. U.S. and the Middle East
  28. Children, Public Policy, and the Law
  29. Grand Strategy, co-taught with Prof. Steven Remy
  30. The CIA and American Democracy
  31. US and the Middle East
  32. US Foreign Relations
  33. Inter-American Relations
  34. United States and the Western Hemisphere
  35. Core 2.2
  36. Core Studies 4: Shaping of the Modern World

Brooklyn College (M.A.)

  1. American Political Parties  (fall 2016)
  2. History 7442 (US Diplomatic History: M.A.) (fall 2015)
  3. American Presidency (fall 2014)
  4. American Political Parties (fall 2013)
  5. U.S. Constitutional History (spring 2013)
  6. American Presidency (fall 2012)
  7. U.S. Diplomatic History (fall 2011)
  8. American Political Parties (spring 2011)
  9.  American Constitutional History (fall 2010)
  10. American Presidency (spring 2010)
  11. US Foreign Relations (fall 2009)
  12. US Political Parties (spring 2009)
  13. US Constitutional History
  14. U.S. Foreign Relations
  15. 20th Century U.S.
  16. The American Presidency
  17. Modern America
  18. Research Seminar (705)
  19. History 700: Introduction to the Study of History

CUNY Graduate Center

  1. Lit. of American History, II (spring 2016)
  2. Lit. of Am. History, II (spring 2011)
  3. Cold War (spring 2010)
  4. US and the World since 1890
  5. Literature of American History
  6. History 70202: Literature of US History, II (2002)

Tel Aviv University (2007-2008)

  1. The United States and the Middle East
  2. 20th Century U.S. Politics
  3. 20th Century U.S. Foreign Policy
  4. The United States and the Cold War

Harvard University (spring 2005)

  1. US Constitutional History
  2. Inter-American Relations: Conference Course
  3. Sophomore Tutorial: International History

Columbia University (spring 2002, fill-in course)

Williams College (1995-1999)

  1. US since 1865
  2. US in the 1960s
  3. US Foreign Relations (two parts)
  4. Inter-American Relations
  5. Woodrow Wilson and Wilsonianism
  6. 20th Century American Politics
  7. US and International Revolutions
  8. US Congress
  9. The Cold War

Arizona State University (1994-1995)

  1. Inter-American Relations
  2. 20th Century Historiography
  3. US foreign relations (two parts)

Harvard University (1993-1994)

  1. US Congress
  2. Inter-American Relations

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  1. KC Johnson said, on December 21, 2008 at 3.42pm

    […] A full list of my courses is here. […]


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