We’ll be down one historian in the spring, as Diana Magnuson goes on sabbatical, but Bethel students will still have a great set of History courses to pick from when they register for courses in a few days: (we previewed J-term courses yesterday)
HIS200L American Civilization (AnneMarie Kooistra)
HIS205U History of China, Korea, and Japan (Paul Reasoner – Philosophy)
HIS209L Christianity in America (Ruben Rivera)
HIS/POS216L American Constitutional History (Duncan McCampbell – adjunct)
HIS217UZ Hispanic Christianity (Rivera)
*HIS290 Introduction to History (Chris Gehrz)
HIS/POS305G The Cold War (Gehrz)
*HIS311 Roman Civilization (Katie Thostenson – adjunct)
HIS/GEO320K History and the Human Environment (Amy Poppinga)
HIS/POS329 African Politics (Andy Bramsen – Political Science)
HIS350 Modern America (Kooistra)
• Intro to History is making its debut this spring. Both it and Roman Civ are being taught as hybrid courses, with online and face-to-face elements.
• This spring Amy Poppinga is also teaching HON205U Finding Community on the Margin in Bethel’s Honors program.
• Poppinga, Chris Gehrz, and Sam Mulberry will be teaching in GES130 Christianity and Western Culture, as will alum Scott Kirchoff ’03.