Tentative Course List 2022-23

This is a tentative list and subject to change. 
If you have questions about the courses listed below please contact Rebecca Northcott, Undergraduate Program Coordinator, rnorthc2@uwo.ca 

Last updated May 5, 2022

1000 Courses

1402F Europe 1715 To 1918: An Era of Revolutionary Change – New Course!
TBA

1403G Twentieth-Century Europe – New Course!
E. Nathans

1807 The History Of Business
P. Krats

1809G International History, 1880s-1990s: Together and Apart – New Course!
F. McKenzie

1810E Wars that Changed the World
J. Vance
C. Takagaki

2100 Courses

2110A Fragile Freedoms? Human Rights in Canada
P. Krats

2120A Northern Enterprise: Canadian Business and Labor History
P. Krats

2124B Sounds, Sights & Bits: Explorations in 20th Century Canadian Popular Culture
P. Krats

2132A From Coney Island to the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills: The History of American Popular Culture
TBA

2135A African-American History: Racism and the Struggle for Freedom in America
L. Shire

2137A Draft Dodgers, Hippies, and Black Panthers: The U.S. in the 1960s
A. Sendzikas

2144B “Anarchy in the Uk”: Postwar Britain Through Popular Music – New Course!
J. Vance

2147B Nazi Germany
A. Iarocci

2148A Police Work and Forensics in Victorian Britain
A. May

2164A Communist China from Mao to the Present
J. Flath

2171B Greed is Good: The History of Modern Capitalism
P. Krats

2177A The Two World Wars
A. Iarocci

2181B Sexual History: Expression, Regulation and Rights in the West Since 1800
M. Halpern

2188B Pirates & Piracy on the World's Seas and in the Public Imagination
M. Dove

2192A Beer: The Business, Social and Cultural History of a Global Beverage
M. Dove

2200 Courses

2201E Canada's Past: A Critical History from the Origins to the Present
A. MacEachern & R. Wardhaugh

2296F Selected Topics in Canadian History - Introduction to Black History & Diaspora in the ‘Great White North’
E. Issac

2310F American Nightmare: An Introduction to American Studies
L. Shire

2311G The United States: 1865 to the Present
R. MacDougall

2401E Medieval Europe
*Pre-1800 History
TBA

2605E Survey of Japanese History
C. Young

2607F History & Civilization of Medieval Islam
*Pre-1800 History
M. Shatzmiller

2608G The History of the Modern Middle East
M. Shatzmiller

2618G China and the World - New Course!
J. Flath

2705E The Western Tradition in International Relations Theory and Practice
TBA

2807F Entrepreneurship in The United States and Canada Since 1800
K. Fleming

2814F The History of Aviation
J. Vacante

2818G Plague and Death from Antiquity to the 18th Century – New Course!
*Pre-1800 History
S. McKellar

2886G Fakes, Frauds and Fairs: The History of Museums
M. Hamilton

2888G A History of Animals
A. Sendzikas

3000 Courses

3206F Identities in Conflict: Canadian Social History Since 1800
M. Halpern

3231G History of Ontario: From Peopling to Present
C. Groat

3265G Racism in Canadian History – New Course!
K. Fleming

3320E Global America: The United States in World Affairs, 1700 to the Present
*International Relations Approved
F. Schumacher

3402F Homer to St. Augustine: Classic Texts and Debates in Western Culture (I)
*Pre-1800 History
*International Relations Approved
E. Nathans

3412G Britain's Sailors, Soldiers and Empire: 1689 to 1902
*Pre-1800 History
*International Relations Approved
A. May

3414F The Victorian Worldview: Nineteenth-Century Britain
A. May

3416F The Holocaust
*International Relations Approved
C. Stoica

3605E Crusaders and Moslems in the Twelfth Century
*Pre-1800 History
*International Relations Approved
M. Shatzmiller

3613F The Koreas Since 1945
*International Relations Approved
C. Young

3617G The Asia-Pacific in the Two World Wars – New Course!
*International Relations Approved
C. Young

3715G The Pursuit of Peace in the Transatlantic World, 1815-1991 – New Course!
*International Relations Approved
F. McKenzie

3722G 'Killing Fields': Genocide in Modern History
*International Relations Approved
F. Schumacher

3723F The Anthropocene: History of a Human Planet
*International Relations Approved
A. MacEachern

3808G Jewish Life in North America Since 1880
M. Halpern

3813E Public History
M. Dove

3814F Kicking & Screaming: Women's Protest Movements in 19th & 20th Century Canada & the United States
M. Halpern

3823F Global Twenty-First Century History
*International Relations Approved
W. Turkel

3840F Microscopes and Amputation Saws: A History of Medicine in 10 Objects – New Course!
S. McKellar

4000 Courses

4206F Colonial Canada, 1763-1867 – New Course!
*International Relations Approved
R. Wardhaugh

4208G Canada and the Age of Conflict, 1896-1945
*International Relations Approved
R. Wardhaugh

4213F Life, Love & Death in Early Canada
M. Hamilton

4315G American Slavery, Global Context: Profit, Identity, and Power in the Modern Era – New Course!
L. Shire

4318G Clashing Empires in North America to 1800 – New Course!
*Pre-1800 History
*International Relations Approved
N. Rhoden

4351F American Captivity Narratives
A. Sendzikas

4410G Crime and Society in England, 1800-1900
A. May

4607G History of Women and Gender Relations in Africa
*International Relations Approved
K. McKenna

4611F Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China
*International Relations Approved
J. Flath

4703F Canada and the United States
*International Relations Approved
K. Fleming

4711F The First World War: A Revolutionary Experience
*International Relations Approved
J. Vance

4816A Digital Research Methods
W. Turkel

4821G Spy Vs. Spy
*International Relations Approved
W. Turkel

International Relations

IR2703F History of the Global Order since 1945
F. McKenzie

IR4703F Contemporary Challenges in the Global Community I
F. McKenzie