1000 Level Courses

2022-23 Academic Year

Draft course outlines will be made available on or before June 10, 2022.  Please visit your course OWL site for final course outlines. 

1402F - Europe 1715 to 1918: An Era of Revolutionary Change 

Examines central events and themes of European history from the start of the Enlightenment through the First World War, including: origins and impact of the French and industrial revolutions; selected political thinkers from Montesquieu to Nietzsche; German and Italian unification; working-class movements; women's emancipation movements; imperialism; the First World War.

Syllabus
Professor: B. Acres
Term:
Fall
Course Delivery: In-person
Anitrequisite(s): History 1401E
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutoial hour, 0.5 course

1403G - Twentieth-Century Europe

Examines the Russian Revolution and Stalinism; Hitler’s rise to power, goals, and methods of rule; the Second World War; the Cold War; decolonization; post-war social changes; European integration; the collapse of the Soviet empire; Vladimir Putin’s rise and rule; and European responses to immigration, climate change, and other challenges.

Syllabus
Professor: E. Nathans
Term:
Winter
Course Delivery: In-person
Anitrequisite(s): History 1401E
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutoial hour, 0.5 course

1807 - Introduction to the History of Business and Commerce

This course examines the history of business and capitalism from the late Middle Ages to the present day. Particular attention will be paid to the history of credit, banking, the stock market, the corporation, and globalization.  

Syllabus
Professor: P. Krats
Term:
Fall/Winter
Course Delivery: In-person
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 1.0 course

1809G - International History, 1880s-1990s: Together and Apart

The rise of nations created the ‘international’ as a space, community, experience and ideology. This course examines international actors, experiences, and belief systems and traces their effects on peoples’ lives and on international relations, 1880s to the 1990s. Topics include war, peace, migration, human rights, and international relations.

Syllabus
Professor: F. McKenzie
Term:
Winter
Course Delivery: In-person
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutoial hour, 0.5 course

1810E - Wars that Changed the World

This course examines four transformational wars in the history of the world in detail, both in lectures and in small discussion groups that will also focus on the development of foundational analytical and writing skills. Topics include the implications and effects of war for civilians, trade, popular culture and technology.

Syllabus
Professor: J. Vance and C. Takagaki
Term: 
Fall/Winter
Course Delivery: In-person
Extra Information: 2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour, 1.0 course