Jennifer Lofkrantzhas been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2012.
Ph.D., York University
HIST 113: S/World History II
This course is a comparative survey of the history of modern societies from approximately 1500 C.E. to the present. Rather than looking at one part of the world, then another, etc. we will approach it by comparing societies that dealt with the same ecological, political, social, and economic challenges at roughly the same time. Not offered on a regular basis
HIST 292: Modern Islamic World:1800-Pres
A study of the Western conquest of the Muslim world in the 19th century and the social, political, and religious responses to this conquest. Special attention is given to such topics as women and Islam, U.S. attitudes to Islam, and the contemporary Islamist movement. Not offered on a regular basis
HIST 380: Adv St-LACAANA Hist:
An in-depth study of a particular topic in Latin America/Caribbean/Asia/Africa/Native American history. Topics could be defined either by time or space: the history of Iran, the Islamic revival, liberation movements, and the history of the Pacific World are possible areas that might be offered. (May be taken for credit twice under different subtitles.) Prerequisites: HIST 220 and HIST 221. Not offered on a regular basis