History Courses

HIST 115 TECHNOLOGY AND HISTORY *3 (3-0-0)

Title: The role of technology in historical developments around the world. 

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SP 19 21820  Lec A1  MTWTF 0900-1010 T B 38  T. Rockwell
SP 19 21608  Lex X01  M W  1800-2050  T 1 103  L. Lebiedowski
SU 19  31281  Lec B1  MTWTF  0900-1010  T 1 93  E. Gyidel
SU 19  30879  Lex X50  T R  1800-2050 TBA  A. Sims

HIST 261 POST-CONFEDERATION CANADA *3 (3-0-0)

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SP 19  22646  Lec A1  MTWTF 1200-1310 T 3 65 C. Thomson

 

HIST 280 EAST ASIA TO 1500 *3 (3-0-0)

Title: Survey of history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietname) to 1500

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SP 19 22360 Lec A1 MTWTF 1500-1610 T 1 96 W. Kasinec

 

HIST 281 EAST ASIA FROM 1500 *3 (3-0-0)

Title: Survey of history of East Asia (China, Korea, Japan, Vietname) from 1500 to the present

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SU 19 30845 Lec B1 MTWRF 1030-1140 T 1 105 B. Gold
SU 19    Lec B2  MTWTF 1330-1440 TBA S. Romaniuk

 

HIST 290 INTROUDUCTION TO HISTORIGORAPHY  *3 (2-1s-0)

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.

Title:  Introduction to the basic concepts of historical inquiry and techniques of research and writing in History.

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SU 19 31057  Lec B1 MTWRF 1200-1250 T 1 83 J. White
SU 19  31059  Sem J1 MTWRF 1250-1310 T 1 83 J. White

 

HIST 419 TOPICS IN SOVIET HISTORY *3 (0-3s-0)

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

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SU 19  31857 Sem B1 T R  1200-1450 T 1 108 S. Sukhankin

 

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.

Topic: FROM BUDAPEST TO HOLLYWOOD - TRANSNATIONAL NETWORKS OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY (1900-1939)

Dr. Gyöngyi Heltai - Hungarian Visiting Professor              

The course will examine the cultural transfer techniques of the theater and film industry, with special emphasis on the Paramount and its offices in Budapest, Paris and Berlin. Using an interdisciplinary approach, the course introduces students to the operational techniques of the transatlantic art trade (cooperation, rivalry, marketing strategies, handling of political and cultural conflicts). We will focus on the role of some initiators of transatlantic trade (e.g. the Hungarian born president of Paramount, Adolph Zukor). The discussed topics will include the dissemination of mass cultural goods (movie and theatre chains), the border-crossing lifestyle of producers, directors and stars. The course familiarizes students with the notions of cosmopolitanism, cross-cultural translation, theatrical commodification and New Cultural History.

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SP 19  22647 Sem A2 T R 1500-1750 T 2 44 G. Heltai

 

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