Winter 2018 Courses 
HIST 101AB1: Canada Before Confederation Scott Sheffield T/8:30-11:20
HIST 102AB1: Canada: 1867 to the Present Michael Lanthier M/8:30-11:20
HIST 102AB2: Canada: 1867 to the Present Robin Anderson W/11:30-2:20
HIST 102CH1: Canada: 1867 to the Present Robin Anderson M/1:00-3:50
HIST 102ON1: Canada: 1867 to the Present Barbara Messamore  
HIST 115AB1: Traditional East Asian Civilizations Daniel Kwan T/11:30-2:20
HIST 120 AB1: Europe 500-1600: Saints and Sinners in theMedieval World Aleksandar Jovanovic R/8:30-11:20
HIST 121AB1: Europe 1600-1850: Kings, Philosophers, and Revolutionaries Chris Leach W/8:30-11:20
HIST 122AB1: Europe Since 1850: Imperialism, Total War, and the Question of Unity Sebastian Huebel  W/8:30-11:20
CANCELLED - HIST 122CH1: Europe Since 1850: Imperialism, Total War, and the Question of Unity Sebastian Huebel T/13:00-15:50
HIST 162AB1: Soccer and Song in Latin America Geoffrey Spurling W/1:00-3:50
HIST 205AB1: British Columbia: Pre-contact to the Present Scott Sheffield R/1:00-3:50
HIST 212ON1: A History of Britain, 1688-1990: Great Power Status and Beyond David Milobar  
HIST 236AB1: Modern Japan: Samurai, Pearl Harbour, and Anime Daniel Kwan R/13:00-15:50
HIST 242ON1: History of the United States Since 1865 Ian Rocksborough-Smith  
HIST 264ON1: History of India: Akbar to Independence David Milobar  
HIST 309AB1: Witches, Whores, and Midwives: Women in Early Modern Europe Adrianna Bakos R/8:30-12:10
HIST 313AB1: War and Society in the Ancient and Medieval West Chris Leach T/1:00-4:40
HIST 320AB1: The Holocaust Steven Schroeder W/1:00-4:40
HIST 323AB1: History of Education in Canada Robin Anderson T/5:30-9:10
HIST 327AB1: Settler-Indigenous Relations in New Zealand and Canada Scott Sheffield M/8:30-12:10
HIST 357AB1: From the Big Stick to the CIA: The Troubled History in Inter-American Relations Geoffrey Spurling R/1:00-4:40
HIST 358AB1: African Slavery in the Americas Geoffrey Spurling T/8:30-12:10
HIST 370AB1: The American Civil Rights Movement Ian Rocksborough-Smith M/1:00-4:40
HIST 392AB1: The Soviet Union in the Cold War Era Larissa Horne T/1:00-4:40
CANCELLED - *HIST 396N AB1: Special Topics course on History of the US Empire Ian Rocksborough-Smith W/8:30-12:10
*HIST 396o AB1: Special Topics course on History of Residential Schools in Canada  Geoffrey Carr R/1:00-4:40
HIST 397P: Special Topics course on History Alexander the Great Aleksandar Jovanovic F/8:30-12:10
HIST 397Q AB1: Special Topics course on Revolutions in History Dale Montgomery T/8:30-12:10
*HIST 399G ON1: Special Topics course on Biography: Personal Pasts Barbara Messamore  
HIST 412AB1: Louis XIV and His Court at Versailles Adrianna Bakos M/1:00-4:40
HIST 420AB1: World War II Chris Leach M/5:30-9:10
HIST 440AB1: Local History for the Web Scott Sheffield F/8:30-12:10
HIST 465AB1: British India David Milobar M/8:30-12:10
HIST 487AB1: Society and Politics in China since 1949 Daniel Kwan W/1:00-4:40
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer 2018 Courses
HIST 101AB1: Canada Before Confederation (Early Session) Barbara Messamore T/R
13:00-15:50
HIST 102ON1: Canada: 1867 to the Present (Early Session) Barbara Messamore  
HIST 115AB1: Traditional EaSt Asian Civilizations (Late Session) Daniel Kwan

T/R
11:30-14:20  

HIST 120ON1: Saints and Sinners in the Medieval World (Full Session) Adrianna Bakos  
HIST 242ON1: History of the United States since 1865 (Early Session) Ian Rocksborough-Smith  
HIST 321AB1: Canadian Military History (Full Session) Scott Sheffield T
13:00-16:40
HIST 323AB1: History of Education in Canada (Early Session) Robin Anderson M/W
13:00-16:40
HIST 3xx: Special Topics course on Espionage (Late Session) Larissa Horne M/W
8:30-12:10
HIST 396Q: Upper level Special Topics Course: Populism in America:From Andrew Jackson to Donald Trump (Early Session) Ian Rocksborough-Smith T/R
8:30-12:10
*HIST 396i: Special Topics course on Northern American History: Rights, Title and Land    
*HIST 399e: Special Topics course on History l: Films, Histories and Land    
     

Summer Term Dates
Full session - May 1 to July 30
Early session - May 1 to June 18
Late session - July 3 to August 20

*Students will need to apply to the Indigenous Maps, Films, Rights, and Land Claims certificate to take HIST 396i and HIST 399e.

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