HIST - History

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HIST-1101 Introduction I: Problems of Historical Knowledge

In this course, there is an emphasis in the history of history. The objective is to present and discuss the topics that comprise the basic culture of an historian today and in this country. The program is divided into three alternating blocs. The first is a panoramic view of the most remarkable moments of the writing of Western History. The second, with a similar approach, is related to writing of history in the American continent and Colombia. The third is a workshop of history writing lasting five weeks, along with the elaboration of a final essay. Thus, this is not a program focused on the facts of history but on its writing, and its emphasis is on history understood more as a contemporary writing genre of philosophy and literature, than as a social science. Its tradition dates back thousands of years, and many of the fundamentals that are part of the culture of a historian are the legacy inherited from many centuries ago. We will study notions such as chronicles, historical narration, historical critiques, sources, historicism, and New History, all of them encompassed in a historical vision of the writing of history.

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3

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HIST-1102 Introduction II: Historical Concepts

Both during learning and research in history, it is necessary to be familiarized with a series of concepts and knowledge on the relations interconnecting them. Nonetheless, many of these concepts have been formulated by other disciplines and even terms have ended up changing their meaning in different times. These circumstances show as well that concepts are historically determined and susceptible to change in time, therefore becoming an ideal field for history scholars. The program intends to analyze some of the fundamental concepts of 20th century historiography.

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3

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Bonnett Velez Diana

HIST-1303B Race and Nation in Latin America 

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3

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Leal Claudia

HIST-1305B History, Identity and Cultural Policies in Latin America 20th Century

This course will analyze the political use of identity and patrimony during the 20th Century in Latin America. This objective intends to be reached by studying cultural legislations and some case studies that signal the local and regional community empowerment conducted from the community to face public policies of the multicultural and biodiverse Latin American states.

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3

HIST-1417 Introducción A la Geografia

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3

HIST-1417B

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3

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HIST-1605A History of Science

Scientific knowledge and technological development have played a key role in the creation of the modern world and any attempt to study and understand history, culture, economy and the society in general, must incorporate in its analysis the social processes triggering scientific and technologic change. Similarly, for a true assessment of scientific development, it is necessary to offer a historical perspective that permits the understanding of social and cultural contexts rendering possible the development of technology and scientific savoir faîre. This program intends to provide the students, both from social and natural sciences, with a general introduction to some of the most important inquiries and debates of social surveys conducted in the fields of science and technology.

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3

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Nieto Olarte Mauricio

HIST-1706B Historia del Deporte

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3

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HIST-2101 Sources I: Archives and Documents

The main purpose of this course is to provide students access to colonial and early Republic document research by training it on the paleography of such periods. Through the course, students will be trained not only on archive document reading, but also on the use of catalogs and manuals and on the knowledge of the operation of the General Nation´s Archive.

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3

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Ladron De Guevara Leon Maria

HIST-2102

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3

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HIST-2103 Historiografia de Colombia

The historiographic study is based on a critical reflection on the different works related to history. In this regard, the analysis on how the history has been written makes evident the interpretative models, historiographic schools or currents, sources and changes in the subject matter trends. In the Colombian case, the path towards professionalization of this discipline offers a broad overview to study the aforesaid elements. A work of this nature turns into a fundamental support to understand what shape has the field of work of historians acquired, as well as to encourage new research projects. The course looks forward to studying the different components involved in a historiographic analysis, the analysis of changes in the orientation of historical works in Colombia, the role played by the interdisciplinary approach in historical works and the evaluation of the national production characteristics during the 19th and 20th centuries.

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3

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HIST-2104 Historiography Trends

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with some of the main means of history produced on the Western from its origin up to these days.

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3

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Arevalo Decsi

HIST-2107B Geographic Thought

This course is an introduction to the history of geography and is divided in two parts. The first is intended to show the importance of geographical production in the history of Colombia, thus taking a look at three key moments: The geographical relations in the 16th century, the Enlightment at the beginning of the 19th century and the nationalist geography of the mid and late 19th century. We will discuss what type of geography was produced back then, as well as the interests and the power relations underlying these approaches. The second part of the course, longer, is focused on the history of geography as an academic discipline and remarkably emphasizes Anglo-Saxon geography. It is developed around the concepts that help define this branch of knowledge: place, region and landscape, space, society-nature relations and cartography. We will see how some of this axis serve in specific years to define what geography was and how each one of them has been worked in a different manner. None of them is useful on its own to define this multifarious discipline. Therefore, the course strives to enhance the sensibility of students regarding the immense diversity of human geography, hoping that they incorporate some of its elements in the way they perceive the world and carry out their work.

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3

Instructor

Van Ausdal Shawn

HIST-2202B Colombian History - XIX Century

This course seeks to familiarize students with the main economic, social and political processes of the Colombian history from the crisis of the Spanish Imperialism in America and the Independence process up to the War of the Thousand Days early on the XX Century. It analyzes the process of Independence, the emergence of political modernity, the creation of political parties, the Radical period and the conservative Regeneration.

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3

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Mejia Macias Sergio

HIST-2203B Historia de Colombia Siglo XX

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3

HIST-2204A Geography of Colombia

This course is intended to familiarize students with the changes that have taken place in the current territory of Colombia and how it has been perceived and owned by some of the multiple societies that have lived in Colombia. To achieve the objective of the course, its topic range has been divided into four parts. The first, rapidly discusses the transformations in relief and modelling as part of long-term processes: the formation of the Andean cordilleras, the marine regression, the production of alluvial systems, such as rivers and swamps, as well as bioclimatic changes associated with these phenomena. The second one studies the populating processes that these territories have undergone since the first occupations of the territory until the European invasion of the 16th century. At this point,it focuses on the special importance that several pre-Columbian cultures gave to the management of hydric resources, their activities to render their environment more productive, and the impact of their occupation of this land. The third one will focus on the populating and transforming processes of the territory and its organization during the colonial period. The establishment of cities, villages, hamlets, parishes, mining-small towns, among others, will be studied along with other forms of settlement, somehow considered alternative: isolated populations out of the Spanish colonial domination called palenques and rochelas. The fourth one will focus on the configuration of the nation during the Republican period and the role that geography played in that process.

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3

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Herrera Angel Martha

HIST-2205A History of Colombia

The program proposed includes a broad outlook of the Colombian 20th century, which enables us to see the elements configuring the structure and functioning of the country´s political organization in different periods, taking into account the dynamic scenario of the economic activity and its subsequent effects on social organization. The content of the program focuses on discourses about modernity and development, to observe through their formulation and application, three wide aspects: politics, economy, and grassroots movements. It is about achieving an approach in which at least three components of society development can be integrated. The program intends to provide students, from a historical point of view, with the judgment elements enabling them to successfully read the complex current scenario, to identify the structural characteristics determining the evolution of the most remarkable problems in Colombia and studying the proposals of different governments to solve such problems.

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3

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Arevalo Decsi

HIST-2206A

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3

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HIST-2207B

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3

HIST-2219B HIST-2219B

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HIST-2221B HIST-2221B

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HIST-2300B Comparative Colonial History

This course on comparative colonial history consist of a revision of the mail historical processes developed in Ibero-America from the 16th century to the beginning of the 18th century. Thus, it emphasizes in the territories colonized and incorporated to the kingdoms of Castilla and Portugal, from the arrival of the first conquerors up the moment in which the diversity of territories gained their independence from their respective metropolis. This topic will be addressed in a comparative manner. The territories belonging to the Spanish crown in the Americas were not homogeneus, they portrayed a collage of natural regions and diverse society, that determined the historical processes developed and the structure of the colonial societies that emerge from this contact. The same occurred in Brazil. The type of indigenous cultures found by the Europeans and the available wealth were the factors that shaped the colonial society. The origin, maturity and utter development of these societies will be the topics of discussion.

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3

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Maya Restrepo Luz

HIST-2302B America Latina Siglo Xix

In this course on Latin America of the 19th century we will discuss 15 topics, each one in two sessions (corresponding to two lessons per week during 15 weeks). These topics have been arranged chronologically, but all of them have a topic-related definition. The course begins with a definition of the borbonic reforms in the Spanish Empire, both in the Iberic Peninsula and the Americas, and finishes with the Mexican Revolution, including a session on general geography and history of the Major and Minor Antilles. This is not a comprehensive course on History of Latin America, but a selective and topic-ranged one. It is expected that all sessions, including those referring to a single country, might be significant for the study of general history of Latin America. The set of fifteen sessions, each one of two parts, should be the basis for another course about the region during the 20th century and its current situation, as well as for a continuous study of the ideas and projects of what is known today as Latinamericanism.

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3

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HIST-2303B History of Latin America in the 20th Century

This course is intended to offer students some basic knowledge on Latin American history from the late 20th century until today. Taking into consideration the diversity on the continent, the course includes a follow up of the main stages of a historically rich and complex process, defined by the search of a national identity. After a turbulent period of civil war, Latin America finally enjoys certain political stability and an unseen economic growth, generating a number of dramatic transformations. The effects of capitalism and secularization, along with the modernization in the continent, cause, according to the intensity of these processes in each of the countries in the area, a heterogeneous historical development, which paces are not always similar. The course has two main objectives: 1) offer a general perspective of some of the main features of Latin America. 2) Contribute to build up a spirit of criticism in the students.

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3

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HIST-2332A Historia de las Cosas

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3

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HIST-2333B Geografía de Centroamerica y el Caribe

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3

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HIST-2334B Historia de los Animales

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3

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HIST-2401B History of European Integration

The European Union, as conceived today, is one of the main actors in the current international scenario and constitutes a unique regional integration process in today´s world. In this regard, its study becomes relevant for people looking forward to understanding our world. To this end, the course studies, from a historical perspective, the process of European construction, to obtain the indispensable elements to understand its current functioning as an entity of regional integration and its future challenges. Why was the European Constitution rejected? How can this situation be explained from a historical perspective? How was managed the crisis derived from this rejection? Why some countries belong to the Euro zone and others do not? What implications has the recent expansion of the European Union to 27 countries? How can the process of European integration be construed and what is its purpose? What is the position of the European Union with regards to current global tensions? What does the European Union do in relation to the Colombian conflict? These and other set of questions can be posed about the European Union, which justifies the importance of its study.

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3

Instructor

Laurent Muriel

HIST-2402B Contemporary Middle East

This course presents to students the issues of contemporary Middle East from a historical perspective, developing relevant topics such as the colonization and decolonization processes during the 19th and 20th century, and the impact of western imperialism, the creation of the national states, Jewish and Muslim fundamentalism, armed conflicts, among other topic of interest. The course aims at developing in students a spirit of criticism.

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3

HIST-2403B De Bismarck a Hitler 1871-1945

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3

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HIST-2404B HIST 2404B

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3

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HIST-2406B History of the Ancient World

The ancient history as known today, was to a considerable extent, an invention of 19th century Europe. Back then, an intellectual process parallel to the Industrial Revolution took place, pretending to rescue the roots of its cultural origin, that ultimately could justify the validity of its national states. It is well justified then, the development of auxiliary sciences of history, such as archeology, scientific geography, anthropology or linguistics, to deepen the knowledge of such origins

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3

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HIST-2407B General Geography

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fields of study, the theoretical and methodological tools and the possibilities offered by Geography to understand social phenomena. This objective covers a wide spectrum that includes the acknowledgement of themes derived from the literal sense of the term Geography (in Greek, write or describe earth), to the reflection on the society´s perception and management of the space where they belong. The course combines the masterly exhibition with the discussion of readings assigned for each class. During sessions assigned to workshops, final progress and works presented on topics associated with field visits are discussed.

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3

Instructor

Sanchez Ayala Luis

HIST-2409B Nineteenth Century European History 

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3

Instructor

Laurent Muriel

HIST-2412B History of the United States

This course is an introduction to the history of the United States from the colonial period up to date. Since it is virtually impossible to examine thoroughly the American historical experience in just one semester, we will strive to focus on some of its most significant episodes and issues: the imperial rivalry in the conquest of North American territory, the movement for independence, the Civil War, the importance of immigration, the age of industrialization, the world wars, the 60´s decade, among others . In particular, we will take a look at the historical development of the American international relations and their role in the formation of the United States. The U.S. expansion along the 19th and 20th century had a remarkable influence in the formation of an American identity that we will try to understand during this semester. Similarly, the class will analyze the influence of American history at an international level. In our current world, in which globalization is marked by a strong U.S. influence, not only in military, political and economic terms, but also in social, cultural and scientific ones as well, as understanding today the role of the United States in history is of the essence.

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3

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Quintero Toro Camilo

HIST-2412B History of the United States

This course is an introduction to the history of the United States from the colonial period up to date. Since it is virtually impossible to examine thoroughly the American historical experience in just one semester, we will strive to focus on some of its most significant episodes and issues: the imperial rivalry in the conquest of North American territory, the movement for independence, the Civil War, the importance of immigration, the age of industrialization, the world wars, the 60´s decade, among others . In particular, we will take a look at the historical development of the American international relations and their role in the formation of the United States. The U.S. expansion along the 19th and 20th century had a remarkable influence in the formation of an American identity that we will try to understand during this semester. Similarly, the class will analyze the influence of American history at an international level. In our current world, in which globalization is marked by a strong U.S. influence, not only in military, political and economic terms, but also in social, cultural and scientific ones as well, as understanding today the role of the United States in history is of the essence.

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3

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Quintero Toro Camilo

HIST-2414A History and Global Society

One of the most characteristic features of the world during the 90s was the raise of awareness about the importance of global in a wide range of social environments. In fact, in the world we live, there is a number of economic, social, political, cultural, ideological, and symbolic interpenetrations that have permitted the overcoming of the former real or imaginary borders, substituted by new networks, as well as new forms of compenetration of global with local. From these changes, the world, as it was pointed out by Octavio Lanni, is not an astronomic figure anymore, but a historical category. This course intends, from an interdisciplinary perspective, to show how the new global networks of interpenetration are built, and to show as well the interstices built to relocate local within global.

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3

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Bosemberg Ramirez Luis

HIST-2415A

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3

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HIST-2420A History of Medicine

This course is an introduction to the history of medicine since ancient times to our days. Analyzing the historical experience of all the medical sciences in just one semester is rather an impossible task, thereby, we will focus on some of the most representative episodes and issues. We will study in particular two topics that will help us to understand the role of medicine in history. On one side, we will discuss the evolution of some of the most representative theories and ideas with regards to health and disease, and on the other side, prominent figures in the historical evolution of medicine. The work of relevant figures such as Hipocrates, William Harvey, Louis Pasteur, among many others will be a fundamental axis in this course. On the other hand, however, we will highlight the importance of the relation among medicine, science and society along history, especially in the western world. The human body is a construction that has changed remarkably in the last 2500 years, and it is necessary to understand the relation between medical knowledge and historical context.

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3

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Quintero Toro Camilo

HIST-2421A

HIST-2422A Historia de la Comida

Do you know where the ingredients of the food you eat come from? Why you eat chicken more frequently than meat? Why McDonalds has been more successful in China than in Colombia? This course explores the long and interesting history of food. From animal and plant domestication to genetically modified organisms, it examines the way in which food has played a key role in the affirmation of identities and the definition of nations, as well as why it has produced political struggles.

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3

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Van Ausdal Shawn

HIST-2431B HIST-2431B

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HIST-2435B HIST 2435B

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3

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HIST-3100 Practica Docente Grado

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6

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HIST-3101 Graduation Monography

Under the direction of a dissertation advisor, the students will progress in the research and preparation of their final monograph.

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6

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HIST-3102 Práctica Empresarial

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3

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HIST-3103 Seminar-Graduation Monography

In this course the students will prepare a research project, that can be subsequently developed as their final monograph. The students will acquire abilities to set out a research problem, elaborate a theoretical framework and a state of the art, to propose a methodology and objectives, and present a justification of their work. This course is compulsory to take the courses HIST-3101 Final Monograph, HIST 3993 Final Practice-Teaching, and HIST 3106, Assistance for Final Research.

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3

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Bonnett Velez Diana

HIST-3104 Directed Research

Under the direction of an advisor professor, students will progress in their own research, and will prepare a small free topic monograph.

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3

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HIST-3106 Research Assistantship for Degree

Students can work as research assistants to a professor for a one semester period as a graduation project.

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3

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Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-3112 Seminario Tiempo y Espacio Historia y Geografía

This seminar evaluates the transformations in the notions of time and space that have taken place in the last decades and the implications these have had in the fields of History, Geography and in the understanding of our day to day lives. The course analyses the transition from the ideas of time and space as homogeneous and universal categories of human thought -following the postulates of kantianism- to the conception of time and space as cultural constructs, and, accordingly, historically and geographicalyl specific . The aim is also to study these transformations as fenomenons that respond to specific historical processes and that, at the same time, have an important impact in the way social relationships are constructed.

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3

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Herrera Angel Martha

HIST-3306 Seminar on New World 

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3

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Nieto Olarte Mauricio

HIST-3403

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3

HIST-3407 Sem: Imagen Fuente Para Histor

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3

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HIST-3409

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3

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HIST-3418 Sem: Historia de Los Animales

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3

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HIST-3419 Seminario Historia Oral

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3

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HIST-3420 Seminario Historia y Videojuegos

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3

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HIST-3504 HIST-3504

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HIST-3506 Comida Colombiana: Historias y Metodos (De Investigacion)

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3

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HIST-3507 HIST-3507

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HIST-3508 HIST-3508

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HIST-3600 HIST 3600

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HIST-3990 Registration for Graduation

This code shall be enrolled by students when taking the senior semester of their undergraduate degree, making sure they comply with all the requisites demanded by the University to obtain it. It is an indication that allows the University and the Department to keep a record of the possible candidates for each graduation ceremony.

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HIST-3991 Professional Practice

Students have the possibility during one semester of developing a full time practice in a state-owned or private company, museums, archives, libraries, schools, among others, in which they have the opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired during their studies.

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3

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HIST-3992 Professional Practice

Students have the possibility during one semester of developing a full time practice in a state-run or private company, museums, archives, libraries, schools, among others, in which they have the opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired during their studies.

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3

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Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-3993 Graduation Practice

History students have the option of choosing, as graduation project, to engage in a teaching practice in the area of history during one semester in an educational institution.

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6

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Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-4320 La Nueva Historiografía Colonial: Un Análisis Sobre Los Estudios Recientes

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4

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HIST-4322 Discursos de la Modernidad Latinoamericana

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4

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HIST-4323 La Ciudad Latinoamericana Siglos Xx y Xxi

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4

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HIST-4324 HIST-4324

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HIST-4325 HIST-4325

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HIST-4700 History and Social Sciences

This course explores the different relations that History has established with the social sciences from their professionalization during the second half of the 19th century. A particular emphasis is given to the positive and negative consequences that this dialogue has caused to this discipline. Similarly, the course intends to further clear specific aspects of history in relation with other social disciplines.

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4

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HIST-4701 Historiography

This course intends to analyze problems such as the reality in the past, the dichotomy narration-explanation, the types of realism and the relation between discourse and truth. It is also searched the understanding of discourse: from the rules that regulate writing, the models of understanding, the criteria of verification, the sources, the concept of objectivity, the understanding of historical time and even the sense, the function, and the necessity of history. In the present course, these elements will be analyzed in some cases of Middle Age writing, one of the most controversial periods of history.

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4

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Borja Gomez Jaime

HIST-4702 Significant Problems in History

This course intends to deal with the conceptual and methodological implications in the construction of historical knowledge. In recent decades the developments in the field of history show several contrasts in the way history is constructed, involving not only a variety of topics, but also different types of questions, variety in terms of the sources, and through them, new perspectives to understand the past. It will focus on the critical study of the historical knowledge that aims to become universal and hegemonic. With this purpose, work will be divided into two units, the first focused on the configuration of the forms of history with a universalist approach, and the second focused on the proposals that involve social groups so far excluded from historical analysis, highlighting the consideration of new sources.

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3

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HIST-4705 Investigación Dirigida

The students work in an individual assignment along with a professor from the Department that encompasses the choice, reading and discussion of bibliography related to topics of particular interest for the students. At the end of the assignment, students are to write an essay based on the directed readings and the research. Through this scheme, it is expected to offer alternatives to graduate students when the seminars offered by the Department are deemed insufficient to meet their academic needs.

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4

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HIST-4706 Historiography of Colombia

The words past, history, and historiography produce confusion, and with good reason. Historians must keep these three notions in play simultaneously: the past as an object, history as method, and histography as the sum of the works preceding our own. This course will examine the landscape of Colombian historiography, pausing at some of the main milestones of the last century. Each participating professor will approach a particular topic corresponding to a historiographic era.

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4

Instructor

Arias Trujillo Jose

HIST-4707 Lecturas Dirigidas 2

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4

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HIST-4709 Coloquio

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0

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HIST-4710 Seminario Electivo en Historia

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4

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HIST-4712 Cultura Política y Moral Siglos XVIII-XIX

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4

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HIST-4715 Sem: Prensa. Opinión Colomb Rep

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4

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HIST-4717 Sem: Historia y Políticas Publ

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4

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HIST-4800 Taller de Investigación I

The objective of this workshop is to provide students with a space to precise the topic and research problem of their graduation project and to elaborate their respective project, with the support of all the participants of the course.

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4

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Van Ausdal Shawn

HIST-4801 Taller de Investigación II

During research workshop 2, there should be a first actual and concrete progress in the process of monograph writing and research. It implies a thorough revision and analysis of primary and secondary sources selected for the project. Furthermore, as minimum, the first chapter of the project should be written. Students must develop work with direct and punctual assistance by their director. In a complementary and parallel manner, collective sessions will be held for students to give oral presentations on their research works.

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4

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HIST-4802 Taller de Investigación III

Research Workshop II represents the last stage of the research the students have developed throughout the program. This Workshop must conclude with the final version of the graduation monograph for the History Master’s Degree. The student works under the supervision of his/her director. In a parallel and complementary way, collective sessions where the students present the results of their research are held. The oral defense of the work determines the final evaluation and grading of the same.

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4

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HIST-4806 Project Tutorial I

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6

HIST-4990 Inscripcion a Grado

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0

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HIST-4995 HIST-4995

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HIST-6001 Project Tutorial II

In Tutorial Project I and in Tutorial Project II, under the supervision of the tutor, the student works and prepares a work scheme that allows him/her to prepare the research project considering that by the end of three semesters, the final version of the project must be defended before an evaluation committee. During the first two semesters of the tutorial work, the student must progress in the following aspects: Problem and question definition, interpretive apparatus elaboration (theoretic- methodological) and its approach, sources and data definition and organization. These three aspects should be compiled in a preliminary research project version. It is recommended to follow the CESO research project presentation format, to establish the schedule and expected progress during the period. The definition of specific objectives and expected results are responsibility both of the professor and the student. The work proposal must be submitted by the student, endorsed by the professor, before the Graduate Studies Committee for its approval, at the beginning of each semester. At the end of the semester, the professor must submit a report on the student’s progress during that time period.

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3

Instructor

Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-6002 Project Tutorial III

The student must write a complete version of his or her project and defend it. The project must state the methodology, the theoretical framework, the sources, and the objectives of the research. A committee made up of the tutor and two judges, one from the department and the other from outside of it, must also, when necessary, make recommendations on bibliographic revisions, further work, or adjustments in the set-up for the research. It is recommended that the student bear in mind CESO’s format for presenting research projects during preparation. Once this requirement is met, and with the approval of the Director and the Post-graduate Committee, the stage will begin for doing the research and writing the thesis.

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3

Instructor

Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-6004 Research Tutorial V

During Research Tutorial IV and V,  the student will work on writing his thesis under the supervision of the Director. The work plan must be prepared with concrete goals for each semester. The director must present a report on the student’s progress during the period to the Post-graduate Committee before the end of the period.

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3

Instructor

Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-6005 Research Tutorial VI

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8

HIST-6006 Oral Examination

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8

HIST-6007 Practica Docente

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0

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Instructor

Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-6008 Pasantía en El Exterior

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0

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Fazio Vengoa Hugo

HIST-6101 Teoría Social

In the last decades of the XX century, social sciences have been object of significant reflection and tension that, in different fronts, have sought alternatives with respect to the paradigms of " classic modernity " the horizon of which, for some, must be overcome. The developments of critical theory, the emergence of the post-structuralism, the studies with gender perspectives, the studies on scientific practices and their relation to society, the so-called linguistic shift, the sub-alternate and post-colonial studies, among others, are critical reactions with respect to traditional epistemology models. All of these efforts, more than establishing definitive paradigms that must be imitated are part of the social science debates in a fertile space, where the recent theoretical challenges of social sciences become an object of study and a critical examination, which are actually the purposes of this course.

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Silva Olarte Renan

HIST-6102 Historiografía de Colombia

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HIST-6970 Tutorial de Investigación IV - Dhist

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HIST-6980 Tutorial de Proyecto I - Dhist

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HIST-6981 Tutorial de Proyecto II - Dhist

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6

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HIST-6982 Tutorial de Proyecto III- Dhist

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6

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HIST-6983 Tutorial de Investigación IV - Dhist

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8

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HIST-6984 Tutorial de Investigación V - Dhist

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8

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HIST-6985 Tutorial de Investigación VI - Dhist

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8

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HIST-6990 Sustentación de Tesis

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HIST-6997 Pasantía Estudiantes Externos

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