Tentative 2018/2019 Courses

View course descriptions and requisites in the 2018-19 Academic Calendar.

History 1000 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

1401E

Modern Europe, 1715 To The Present: Conflict And Transformation

 

Professor Nathans

Professor Priestman

1601E

Survey Of East Asian History

Professor Takagaki

1807

The History Of Business

Professor Vacante

1810E

Wars That Changed The World

Professor McKenzie

Professor Stewart

Professor Vance

 

American Studies 1000 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

1020E

An Introduction To American Studies

Professor Shire

Professor Sendzikas

 

History 2100 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

2110A

Fragile Freedoms? Human Rights In Canada  

Professor Krats

2120A

 

Northern Enterprise: Canadian Business And Labor History  

*This Course Will Be Offered Online

Professor Krats

2124B

Sounds, Sights & Bits: Explorations In 20th Century Canadian Popular Culture  

Professor Krats

2128B

In Search Of Canada: Postwar To Present

Professor Krats

2131B

The Presidency In American History  

Professor Stewart

2132A

From Coney Island To The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills: The History Of American Popular Culture  

Professor Stewart

2137B

Draft Dodgers, Hippies, And Black Panthers: The U.S. In The 1960s  

Professor Sendzikas

2147A

Nazi Germany  

Professor Priestman

2171B

Greed Is Good: The History Of Modern Capitalism  

Professor Vacante

2179B

The Two World Wars  

Professor Millman

2181A

Sexual History: Expression, Regulation And Rights In The West Since 1800  

Professor Halpern

2186B

Zombie Apocalypse: Panic And Paranoia From The Black Death To Y2k  

Professor Vance

2188A

Pirates & Piracy On The World's Seas And In The Public Imagination  

Professor Dove

2188B

Pirates & Piracy On The World's Seas And In The Public Imagination  

Professor Dove

 

History 2200 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

2201E

Canada's Past: A Critical History From The Origins To The Present  

Professor Wardhaugh

Professor MacEachern

2209E

The First Nations In Canadian History  

Professor Hamilton

2301E

The United States, Colonial Period To The Present  

Professor Rhoden

Professor MacDougall

2404E

Europe, 1789-1918: An Era Of Revolutionary Change  

Professor Nathans

2429F

***New Course***

Professor Dyczok

2423G

Russia And Ukraine: Past And Present 

Professor Dyczok

2503F

Heresy, Witchcraft & Social Control: The Inquisition In The Spanish & Portuguese Empires 1478 - 1800  

Professor Hernández-Sáenz

2601E

History Of Modern China  

Professor Flath

2607F

History & Civilization Of Medieval Islam 

Professor Shatzmiller

2608G

The History Of The Modern Middle East 

Professor Shatzmiller

2611E

Survey Of Korean History  

Professor Young

2705E

The Western Tradition In International Relations Theory And Practice  

Professor Millman

2807G

Entrepreneurship In The United States And Canada Since 1800  

Professor Fleming

2812E

Plague, Pox And Flu: Disease In Global History

Professor McKellar

2814F

The History Of Aviation  

Professor Vacante

2816A

Introduction To Digital History  

Professor Turkel

2822G

Jewish History From The Spanish Expulsion To The Modern Era  

Professor Priestman

 

 

History 3000 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

3204G

French Canada  

Professor Vacante

3205E

Identities In Conflict: Canadian Social History Since 1800  

Professor Halpern

3226F

Canadian Political Leadership  

Professor Fleming

3230E

Transnational Canada, 1815 To Present 

Professor Krats

3231G

Yours To Discover: A History Of Ontario  

Professor Krats

3306F

The United States In The Nineteenth Century  

Professor Shire

3320E

Global America: The United States In World Affairs, 1700 To The Present  

Professor Schumacher

3326F

Atomic America: The United States During The 1950s  

Professor Sendzikas

3427E

The Holocaust  

Professor Priestman

3513F

The Cuban Revolution: Origins And Legacy  

Professor Hernández-Sáenz

3601E

Chinese Nationalism In History  

Professor Flath

3604F

Tokugawa Japan: Samurai, Peasants, Townsfolk, And Outsiders  

Professor Young

3605E

Crusaders And Moslems In The Twelfth Century  

Professor Shatzmiller

3606G

Japan And Its Empire, 1868-1945: A Rising And Setting Sun  

Professor Young

3717G

The Global Cold War

Professor Stewart

3896F

Anthropocene: History Of A Human Planet

***New Course***

Professor MacEachern

3722G

'Killing Fields': Genocide In Modern History  

Professor Schumacher

3813E

Public History 

Professor Dove

3814G

Kicking & Screaming: Women's Protest Movements In 19th & 20th Century Canada & The United States  

Professor Halpern

3796G

***New Course***

Professor Turkel

 

History 4000 Courses

Course

Title

Instructor(s)

4207E

Canada and the Age of Conflict, 1896-1945

Professor Wardhaugh

4445E

The Nazi Occupation Of Europe  

Professor Priestman

4301E

The United States In The Twentieth Century  

Professor MacDougall

4396G

Selected Topics In Us History  

Professor Shire

4607G

History Of Women And Gender Relations In Africa  

Professor McKenna

4701E

Canada And The United States  

Professor Vacante

4708F

Histories Of The Circumpolar Norths: 'The Last Imaginary Places'  

Professor Krats

4709E

The First World War: Revolutionary Experience  

Professor Vance

4720E

The Vietnam Wars: Between Decolonization And The Cold War  

Professor Stewart