History 600 Level

Graduate Level Courses

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HIST 602 - Research Methods and Resources in History *1 (0-1s-0)

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Location

Instructor

F19  X69620 Sem A1 W 1200-1250 T 2 79 A. Kemezis

HIST 603 - History of Historical Writing *1 (0-3s-0)

Title: Canadian Histography

Description: Introduce students to the major themes, narratives and debates current in Canadian historiography.  Topics will cover all major time periods and fields in Canadian history. This course will be directed by Professors Muir and Ens, however several other Canadianists will also participate in the course.

 

Term

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Time

Location

Instructor(s)

F19

X74408 SEM A1 T 0930-1220 T B 104 J. Muir, G. Ens 


HIST 604 - The Application of Social Sciences in History *3 (0-3s-0)

Description:  Whether implicitly or explicitly, historians have long drawn on the concepts and methods of neighbouring disciplines in the social sciences such as sociology, anthropology, geography, economics, social psychology, or linguistics in their interpretations of the past.  In this course, we will explore both important social and cultural theories that have influenced the writing of history and examples of historians' use of these theories in practice.  
 

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W20 X92522 Sem B1 F 1300-1550  T 2 79 TBA


HIST 609 - Directed Study *3 (0-3s-0)

Closed to web registration. This is a credit/fail course. Not open in the non-thesis program.

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Term

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Section

Location

Instructor

F19 X67870 SEM A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration
W20 X87986 SEM B1  Individual Study *Closed to web registration


HIST 617 - Fashion and Material Culture: Politics, Economics, Societies, c. 1600-1900  *3 (0-3s-0)

Title:  Approach to History Study of Religion

 

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F19  X69220 X69220  T 1230-1520 T 2 58 B. Lemire


HIST 633 - Probelms in Modern East European History *3 (0-3s-0)

Title:  European Cities and Culture

Description:  TBA

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Section

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Location

Instructor

F18 72574 SEM A1 R 1400-1700 HC L1 10 Heltai, Gyongi


HIST 653 - Topics in United States History *3 (0-3s-0)

Topic: Slavery and Emancipation in the united States

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Section

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Location

Instructor

W20 X96017 Sem B1 R 1230-1520 T 1 113 S. Romeo


HIST 660 - Topics in Canadian History *3 (0-3s-0)

Sem A1 - Topic: History of the Rocky Mountains

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Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

F19  77081 Sem A1 R 11:00-1350 TBA E. Piper
W20 X92600 Sem B1 1300-1550  T 1 104 S. Carter
W20  X90146 Sem B2 0930-1220  TBA G. Ens
 

HIST 664 - Topics in Western Canadian History*3 (0-3s-0)

Topic:Alberta History

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Time

Location

Instructor

F19 77309  SEM A1 W 1300-1550 T B 113   S. Carter

HIST 685 - Tradition and Modernity in China *3 (0-3s-0)

Description:  TBA

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

W20  X89552 Sem B1 W 1400-1650 T 1 108 J. Jay

HIST 690 - Topics in African History *3 (0-3s-0)

Title: Africa in Crisis 

Description: This course will explore the historical makings of a select set of African contemporary crises and construct critical analyses of their presentation in the modern media. While some case studies may have a particular geographical focus (e.g.  Post-Apartheid South Africa , West African Islamic extremism), others will touch on several countries (e.g.  Ethnic cleansing, child soldiers, autocratic leadership, deadly diseases, modern-day slavery, human trafficking). Selected cases will take into consideration the interests of the class; emphasis will be on depth (rather than breadth)  of understanding in each study.

Prerequisite: *3 in HIST at the 300-level or consent of Department.

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

W20 96788 Sem B2 W 10;00-12:50 T B 104 A. McDougall


HIST 692 - Topics in Latin American History Since 1850 *3 (0-3s-0)

Taught in conjunciton with HIST 442 Sem A1

Description: Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Migrants

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

F19  76479 Sem A1 W 0900-1150 T 2 39 J. Heilman 

HIST 696 - History of the Extraterstrial Lie Debate *3 (0-3s-0)

Description: Examines the history of the questions of the existence, nature, and possible significance of extraterrestrial life from the Ancient World to today. We will examine the historical, scientific, religious, philosophical, and literary aspects of the debate, as well as the emergence of intelligent aliens as standard elements in film (e.g. Star Wars) and TV (e.g. Star Trek) in the last seventy years.

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

W 20 X96948 Sem X50 T 06:30-09:20  T 1 108 R. Smith

HIST 699 - Research Seminar *3 (0-3s-0)

Term

Class

Section

Location

Instructor

F19  X76293 Sem A1-A4 Research Seminar *Closed to web registration