History 300 Level

Undergraduate Level Courses 

HIST 300 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY  *3 (3-0-0)

Topic: Europe After 1945

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F18 71654 LEC A1 T R 09:30-10:50 T B 108 Sweeney, Dennis

HIST 301 EUROPE IN THE AGE OF TOTAL WAR, 1890-1945  *3 (3-0-0)

European experience with total war, economic crisis, cultural change and totalitarian regimes in the new era of mass politics and Great Power conflict.

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F18 71656 LEC A1 T R 12:30-13:50 T 1 90 Moure, Ken

HIST 310 A HISTORY OF THE HABSBURG MONARCHY, 1526-1918  *3 (3-0-0)

The multinational empire of the Habsburgs from the unification of Austria, Bohemia and Hungary to the destruction of the empire in World War I.                                                                                                                                                   Note: Not open to students with credit in HIST 307.

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W19 91018 LEC B1 T R 12:30-13:50 T B 108 Patrouch, Joseph 

HIST 322 RUSSIA IN THE 20th CENTURY  *3 (3-0-0)

A survey course of Russian (and Soviet) history from Nicholas II to Putin. Besides names that are hard to pronounce you will learn why Molotov cocktail is named after                                                                                                              Molotov, why Stalin would have never won father of the year award, why the Soviets sent a dog (but not a cat!) to space and who and why among the Soviets came up with "trololo".

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W19 96249 LEC B1  MWF 10:00-10:50 T 1 93 Marples, David

HIST 323 THE MIDDLE EAST IN THE MAKING: 1300 - 1920  *3 (3-0-0)

The rise and demise of the Ottoman Empire. An overview of the religious, cultural and political making of current-day North Africa, Near and Middle East, and Eastern Mediterranean.                                                                                       HIST 111 and 112 are recommended but not required.

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W19 91924  LEC B1 MWF  1000 - 1050  T 1 129 McDougall, E Ann

HIST 339 THE MODERN BRITISH EMPIRE AND THE COMMOMWEALTH EXPERIENCE  *3 (3-0-0) 

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W19 95428 LEC B1 T R 14:00-15:20 T B 129 Samson, Jane

HIST 353 HISTORY OF AMERICAN MEDICINE  *3 (3-0-0)

The social history of American health care and health practitioners.  How sickness, health, and healing have changed over the course of American history.

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W19 95364 LEC B1 MWF 14:00-14:50 T 1 93 Smith, Susan

HIST 359 CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY  *3 (3-0-0)

Brings the natural environment onto a shared stage with social, economic, political and cultural history in Canada from the last ice age to the present.

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F18 68010 LEC A1 T R 09:30-10:50 T B 1 29 Piper, Liza

HIST 360 TOPICS IN CANADIAN HISTORY *3 (3-0-0)

Topic: Making War in Canada

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W19 95387 LEC B1 T R 11:00-12:20 T B 38 Muir, James

HIST 360 TOPICS IN CANADIAN HISTORY *3 (3-0-0)

Topic: Ethnicity Racism 20th Century Canada

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W19 96613 LEC B2 T R 1400-1520 T1 119 Fujiwara, Aya

HIST 365 THE CANADIAN WEST TO 1885 *3 (3-0-0)

Native diplomacy and warfare, the development of fur trade scoieties, and European colonization to the suppression of the North-West Rebellion.

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F18 71639 LEC A1 MWF 14:00 - 14:50  T B 60 Ens, Gerhard

HIST 368 HISTORY OF NATIVE PEOPLES CANADA TO 1867 *3 (3-0-0)

Native cultures and societies, Native-newcomer relations, colonial Indian policy, and Native resistance to colonialism.

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W19 95383 LEC B1 T R 09:30-10:50 T 1 129 Ens, Gerhard


HIST 377 CANADA SINCE 1945  *3 (3-0-0)

Economic, political, social and cultural developments in the postwar era.

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W18 91932 LEC B1 MWF  13:00 - 13:50  T 3 65 Stunden Bower, Shannon

HIST 379 RELIGION IN MODERN EUROPE  *3 (0-3s-0)

The period since 1789 has been one of both secularization and of great popular religious revival in Europe. This lecture course explores some important themes in the history of religion as it was experienced by the people of Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Among the questions we will examine are: Why did religion become a "question" after the French Revolution? How was religious life shaped by the processes of modernization? How, in turn, did religion affect how these processes were experienced? How do we measure religious belief? What is the role of religion in the modern world?

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F17 75435 SEM A1 TR 14:00 - 15:20 T B 90 Coleman, Heather

HIST 382 SEARCH FOR A DESTINY: JAPAN's MODERN ERA, 1868-PRESENT  *3 (3-0-0)

Social, political, economic and technological development; motivations, policies, obstacles and achievements are emphasized.

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W19 96248  LEC B1 T R 11:00 - 12:20  TBA Fujiwara, Aya


HIST 385 MODERN CHINA  
*3 (3-0-0)

The history of China from the late nineteenth century to present. 

Prerequisites: Prerequisites:Please contact the Department if you require assistance with enrollment.

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F18 72517 LEC A2  T R 11:00-12:20 T B 70 Jay, Jennifer

HIST 387 HISTORY OF INDIAN YOGA AND MEDITATION  *3 (3-0-0)

The history and philosophy of early Yoga, exploring its focus on meditation, its literature, its connections with Buddhism, and its historical evolution.                                                                                                                                                HIST 110, 289, or CLASS 110 are recommended but not required.

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W19 93512 LEC B1 
T R 11:00-12:20 T B 121 Wujastyk, Dominick

HIST 390 IMPERIAL CHINA CIRCA 600 to 1911  *3 (3-0-0)

The institutional and social history of imperial China from the Tang to the Manchu Ch'ing dynasties.

Prerequisites:Please contact the Department if you require assistance with enrollment.

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F18 71660 LEC A1  T R  14:00-15:20 T B 81 Jay, Jennifer

HIST 398 HISTORY OF SCIENCE II  *3 (3-0-0)

Introduction to the intellectual, institutional, and ideological development of science, from Newtonianism to the present day.

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W19 95421 LEC B1  T R 12:30-13:50 T BW 2 Ede, Andrew