The foundation of the Holocaust Studies Program at The University of Texas at Dallas is the curriculum offered by the School of Arts and Humanities on the Shoah. The interdisciplinary structure of both the program and its courses offers students the opportunity to study the event, its antecedents, and its legacy from multiple perspectives.
All of our classes are being held online this semester.
HIST 2370: The Holocaust – Dr. David Patterson
Tuesday & Thursday: 1pm – 2:15pm (Remote Learning)
HIST 3301: Historical Inquiry – Dr. Amy Kerner
Tuesday & Thursday: 4pm – 5:15pm (Remote Learning)
HIST 3306: Racism in Mexico & Argentina – Dr. Pedro Gonzalez Corona
Monday & Wednesday: 2:30pm – 3:45pm (Blended/Remote)
HIST 4379: Women & the Holocaust – Dr. Sarah Valente
Wednesday: 7pm – 9:45pm (Remote Learning)
HIST 4388: Holocaust & Representation – Dr. Debra Pfister
Monday: 7pm – 9:4pm (Remote Learning)
LIT 4329: Clarice Lispector – Dr. Sarah Valente
Monday & Wednesday: 2:30pm – 3:45pm (Remote Learning)
ARHM 3342: War, Liberation, and Representation – Dr. Debra Pfister
Monday & Wednesday: 1pm – 2:15pm (Blended/Hybrid)
HIST 6360: Genocide in Latin America – Dr. Amy Kerner
Thursday: 1pm – 3:45pm (Remote Learning)
LIT 6378: Literature and the Holocaust – Dr. David Patterson
Tuesday: 7pm – 9:45pm (Remote Learning)
HUMA 6390: Decoloniality & Human Rights – Dr. Pedro Gonzalez Corona
Thursday: 4pm – 6:45pm (Blended/Hybrid)
Our professors offer a wide range of courses that vary each semester. For more information about previously taught courses please refer to the Coursebook Listings, which is searchable by professor name and semester.