Revised Tentative Course List 2020-21

This is a tentative list and subject to change. 

Special permissions will not be addressed until the Office of the Registrar releases the official timetable on June 1, 2020

If you have questions about the courses listed below please contact Rebecca Northcott, rnorthc2@uwo.ca 

Last updated May 28, 2020

1000 Courses

Course

Professor

1401E Modern Europe, 1715 To Present

B. Acres and
E. Nathans

1807 The History Of Business

P. Krats

1810E Wars That Changed The World

J. Vance

 2100 Courses

Course

Professor

2120A Northern Enterprise: Canadian Business And Labor History (Offered Online)

P. Krats

2124B Sounds, Sights & Bits: Explorations In 20th Century Canadian Popular Culture 

P. Krats

2137B Draft Dodgers, Hippies, And Black Panthers: The U.S. In The 1960s 

A. Sendzikas

2148B Police Work And Forensics In Victorian Britain

A. May

2171B Greed Is Good: The History Of Modern Capitalism

P. Krats

2181A Sexual History: Expression, Regulation And Rights In The West Since 1800

M. Halpern

2186B Zombie Apocalypse: Panic And Paranoia From The Black Death To Y2K

J. Vance

2188B Pirates & Piracy On The World's Seas And In The Public Imagination

M. Dove

2189B History At The Movies

A. MacEachern

2192A Beer: The Business, Social And Cultural History Of A Global Beverage (Offered Online)

M. Dove

 2200 Courses

Course

Professor

2201E Canada's Past: A Critical History From The Origins To The Present

A. MacEachern and
R. Wardhaugh

2310F American Nightmare: An Introduction To American Studies

R. MacDougall and L. Shire

2311G The United States: 1865 to the Present

R. MacDougall

2401E Medieval Europe
•Pre-1800 History 

M. McGlynn

2427G History Of Russia

M. Dyczok

2607F History & Civilization Of Medieval Islam
•Pre-1800 History 

M. Shatzmiller

2608G The History of the Modern Middle East 

M. Shatzmiller

2705E The Western Tradition In International Relations Theory And Practice

O. Drachewych

2807G Entrepreneurship In The United States And Canada Since 1800 

 K. Fleming

2812E Plague, Pox And Flu: Disease In Global History

S. McKellar

2814G The History Of Aviation

J. Vacante

2886G Fakes, Frauds And Fairs: The History Of Museums

M. Hamilton

 3000 Courses

Course

Professor

3206G Identities In Conflict: Canadian Social History Since 1800

M. Halpern

3208F Life, Love & Death In Early Canada 

M. Hamilton

3226F Canadian Political Leadership 

K. Fleming

3310G Advanced American Studies: Being American

A. Sendzikas

3320E Global America: The United States In World Affairs, 1700 To The Present
•International Relations Approved

F. Schumacher

3326F Atomic America: The United States During The 1950s
•International Relations Approved

A. Sendzikas

3412F 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

3416G The Holocaust 
•International Relations Approved

E. Nathans

3602F Crusaders and Muslims in the Holy Land
•Pre-1800 History 
•International Relations Approved

M. Shatzmiller

3609G - Japan Since 1945
•International Relations Approved

C. White

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

3813E Public History

M. Dove

3814G Kicking & Screaming: Women's Protest Movements In 19th & 20th Century Canada & The United States

M. Halpern

3823G Global Twenty-First Century History
•International Relations Approved

B. Turkel

 4000 Courses

Course

Professor

4208G Canada And The Age Of Conflict, 1896-1945
•International Relations Approved

R. Wardhaugh

4410G Crime And Society In England, 1800-1900

A. May

4611F Foreign Relations Of The People’s Republic Of China
•International Relations Approved

J. Flath

4703G Canada and the United States
•International Relations Approved

K. Fleming

4711F The First World War: A Revolutionary Experience
•International Relations Approved

J. Vance

4712G The First World War: A Revolutionary Research Experience
•International Relations Approved

J. Vance

4816A Digital Research Methods (Offered Online)

B. Turkel

4821F Spy vs. Spy
•International Relations Approved

B. Turkel

4901E Directed Readings In History

Please contact Rebecca Northcott if you are interested in a directed readings course

4903E Senior Thesis

Please contact Rebecca Northcott if you are interested in writing a senior thesis

 International Relations

Course

Professor

IR2702E Global Politics Since 1945

F. McKenzie &
M. Dyczok

IR4702E Contemporary Challenges In The Global Community

F. McKenzie &
R. Dimitrov