Graduate Courses

2022-23 Academic Year

Fall Term Courses | Winter Term Courses | Summer Courses

All graduate courses in History are small seminar or studio classes of about 5-15 students. Students begin online registration for Fall Term courses in early August and for Winter Term courses in early December. 

MA students will select 3 - 0.5 courses per term; PhD select 2 - 0.5. 

Please note courses that are restricted to Public History MA students.  Please visit your course OWL site for final course outlines. 

Course Number

Course Title

Instructor

Time/Location

9307A Early America and the Atlantic World N. Rhoden

Wed 9:30-11:30am
LWH 2270C

9719A Global History: An Introduction F. Schumacher

Fri 11:30-1:30pm
STVH 3101

9800A Public History: Theory, History and Practice (Restricted) M. Hamilton Tues 10:30-1:30pm
LWH 2270C
9803A Critical Moments in Women's and Gender History K. McKenna Wed 1:30-4:30pm
LWH 2270C
9804A Canada and Its Historians R. Wardhaugh Tues 1:30-3:30pm
LWH 2270C
9806A Understanding Archives: The Management of Primary Sources in the Digital Age D. Spanner Mon  9:30-12:30pm
LWH 2270C
9808A Digital Public History (Restricted) T. Compeau Thurs  3:30-5:30pm
LWH 2270C
9833A Environmental History A. MacEachern Thurs 9:30-11:30pm
LWH 2270C
9871A Teaching and Learning History R. MacDougall Mon 1:30-4:30pm
LWH 2270C
9877A Digital Research Methods W. Turkel online asynchronous

Course Number

Course Title

Instructor

Time/Location

9274B Oh Gendered Canada! Gender in Canadian History M. Halpern Thurs 10:30-12:30pm 
LWH 2270C
9308B U.S. and the Cold War A. Sendzikas Thurs 2:30-4:30pm
LWH 2270C
9409B  Europe and the Politics of Power M. Dyczok Wed 1:30-3:30pm
LWH 2270C
9720B Medicine and Technology S. McKellar Wed 10:30-12:30pm 
LWH 2270C
9801B Public History Group Project (Restricted) M. Hamilton Tues 10:30-2:30pm
LWH 2270C
9807B Introduction to Museology A. Lloydlangston Thurs 6:30-8:30pm
LWH 2270C
9819B History and Theory L. Shire Mon 11:30-2:30pm
LWH 2270C
9823B Professional Development (Restricted) N. Rhoden & F. McKenzie Tues 9:30-11:30am
LWH 1227
9824B History and Public Policy J.P. Morin Tues 6:30-8:30pm
Online Synchronous
9832B Interactive Exhibits, Disability and Design Justice W. Turkel Wed 3:30-5:30pm
LWH 2270C (seminar)
SSC 3116 (lab)
9835B Rot and Ruin: The Downside of Material Culture J. Flath Fri 9:30-11:30am
LWH 2270C

Summer Term Milestone (May-August 2023)

The cognate essay should be a high-quality research paper, comparable to an article published in a scholarly journal, which develops and sustains a significant historical argument. It must be:

  • approximately 12,500 words (about 50 typed, double-spaced pages) in length
  • characterized by polished presentation (well organized, clearly, concisely and elegantly expressed, free of grammar and syntax errors etc.)
  • based on primary source material, and
  • set in the context of the critical published work.