History Courses

INT D 325 - Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies *3 (3-0-0)

Transnational Networks of the Entertainment Industry (1900-1939) From Budapest to Hollywood

The course examines the cultural transfer techniques of the Paramount Film Studio, with special emphasis on its offices in Budapest, Paris, Berlin and Vienna. Using an interdisciplinary approach (movies, autobiographies, transcultural tour histories of entertainment products) we will examine the operational techniques within the transnational art world (cooperation, rivalry with circus and variety companies, marketing strategies, and handling of political and cultural conflicts).  The course will concentrate on the agents of cultural transfer (e.g. the Hungarian born president of Paramount, Adolph Zukor) producers, directors, stars and on their border-crossing lifestyle

*Featuring visiting professor from Hungary, Dr. Gyongyi Heltai.

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Time

Location

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SP 18 22474 LEC A1 T R  12:00-15:10 T B 121

Gyöngyi Heltai

HIST 115 - Technology and History *3 (3-0-0)

The role of technology in historical developments around the world. 

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

SP 18
22451 LEC A01 MTWRF 09:00-10:10
T B 38 Trevor Rockwell
SP 18
22050 LEC X01 M W 18:00-20:50 T 1 103 Lech Lebiedowski
SU 18 31736 LEC B01 MTWTF 09:00-10:10 T 1 93  Ernest Gyidel
SU 18  31002 LEC X50 T R 18:00-20:50 CSIS 1 140 Lech Lebiedowski

HIST 260 - Pre-Confederation Canada  *3 (3-0-0) 

Term

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Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

SP 18 22515 LEC A01 MTWRF 1200 - 1310 T 1 105
Allan Rowe 

HIST 280 - East Asia to 1500  *3 (3-0-0)

Survey of history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam) to 1500.

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

SP 18 21428 LEC A01 MTWRF 1500 - 1610 T 1 119
Wendy Kasinec

HIST 281 - East Asia from 1500  *3 (3-0-0) 

Survey of the history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam) from 1500 to the present.

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

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SU 18 30962 LEC B01 MTWRF 1030 - 1140 T B 105

Brian Gold

 HIST 290 - Introduction to Historiography *3 (2-1s-0) 

Introduction to the basic concepts of historical inquiry and techniques of research and writing in History. Required for History majors. Prerequisite: A previous course in History and/or consent of the Department. Registering in LEC B01 will automatically register the student in SEM J01.

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Time

Location

Instructor

SU 18 31292 LEC B01 MTWRF 1200 - 1250 T 1 83 Shona Allison
SU 18 AUTO SEM J01 MTWRF 1250 - 1310 T 1 83 Shona Allison

 

 HIST 300 - Topics in European History 

**Booked throught the FACULTY OF ARTS OFFICE/This class is taught from May 28-June 22, 2018 in ITALY.

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor
SP 18 21916 LEC 800 n/a n/a ITALY Alessandro Celani               

HIST 419 - Topics in Soviet History  *3 (0-3s-0)

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

Everyday Life in the Soviet Union: Myths & Realities

Term

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

SP 18 22452 SEM A01 T R 1200 - 1450 T 1 10
Volodymyr Kravchenko

 

HIST 444 - Topics in Transnational History  *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequisite: A course in Asian history and *3 in HIST at the 300-level or consent of Department.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

SU 18 31737 SEM B01 T R 1500 - 1750 T 1 83
Michael Polushin

 

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