Academic Calendar

History (HIST)

HIST 1200  An Introduction to the History of Western Civilization (G)  6 cr  

An introductory survey of the cultural history of the Western world from the ancient Greeks to the present. Students may not hold credit for HIST 1200 and any of: HIST 1201 or HIST 1350 or HIST 1360.

Equiv To: HIST 1201

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1260  New Directions in History: Inquiries into the Cultural Basis of the Modern World (G)  3 cr  

The history of cultural change focusing on such topics as leisure and popular culture, sexuality and history, and the social consequences of creativity and genius. The specific content will vary from year to year.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1270  New Directions in History: Inquiries into the Power Relations of the Modern World (G)  3 cr  

The history of the social and cultural impact of factors such as changes in technology and communication, warfare, and revolution. The specific content will vary from year to year.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1350  An Introduction to the History of Western Civilization to 1500 (G)  3 cr  

An introductory survey of the cultural history of the Western World from the earliest civilizations to 1500. Students may not hold credit for HIST 1350 and any of: HIST 1200 or HIST 1201.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1200, HIST 1201, HIST 1203, HIST 1205

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1360  An Introduction to the History of Western Civilization from 1500 (G)  3 cr  

An introductory survey of the cultural history of the Western World from 1500 to the present. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 1360 and any of: HIST 1200 or HIST 1201.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1200, HIST 1201, HIST 1203, HIST 1205

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1370  Modern World History: 1500-1800 (M)  3 cr  

A study of the forces which created the modern world, including the rise of capitalism and the encounter of Western and non-Western societies. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 1370 and the former HIST 1500.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1500

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1380  Modern World History: 1800-Present (M)  3 cr  

A study of the forces which created the modern world, including industrialization, imperialism, decolonization, and the emergence of revolution and counter-revolution. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 1380 and the former HIST 1500.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1500

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1390  History of Colonial Canada: 1500-1885 (C)  3 cr  

A study of the development of Canada from its colonial origins to the completion of national and transcontinental unification. Emphasis is on French Canada, Indian-European cultural contact, regional life and social organization, impact of colonialism, and the creation of a national state. Students may not hold credit for HIST 1390 and any of: HIST 1440 or HIST 1441.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1401, HIST 1403, HIST 1440, HIST 1441

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1400  History of the Canadian Nation since 1867 (C)  3 cr  

A study of the national development of Canada to the present. Emphasis is placed on French Canada, the regional life and social organization of the country, the impact of continentalism, the development of the economy, and the rise of a national sentiment. Students may not hold credit for HIST 1400 and any of: HIST 1440 or HIST 1441.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1401, HIST 1403, HIST 1440, HIST 1441

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1420  Asian Civilizations to 1500 (B)  3 cr  

A study of major themes in the history and culture of China and Japan, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia from ancient times to around 1500. Also offered as Asian Studies ASIA 1420. May not be held with ASIA 1420 or the former HIST 1410.

Equiv To: ASIA 1420

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1410

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1430  Asian Civilizations from 1500 (B)  3 cr  

A study of major themes in the history and culture of China and Japan, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia in modern times. Also offered as Asian Studies ASIA 1430. May not be held with ASIA 1430 or the former HIST 1410.

Equiv To: ASIA 1430

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 1410

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 1440  History of Canada (C)  6 cr  

A study of Canadian development from earliest days to the present. Emphasis is placed on Aboriginal societies, the history of French Canada, the regional life and social organization of the country, the impact of colonialism and continentalism, and the rise of nationalisms. Students may not hold credit for HIST 1440 and any of: HIST 1441 or HIST 1390 or HIST 1400.

Equiv To: HIST 1441

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2010  Indigenous History in Canada (C)  6 cr  

A historical survey of Indigenous peoples in Canada from early times to the present. The course will cover pre-contact peoples, responses to the European arrival, military alliances, the fur trade, the Métis, treaties, government policies and Indigenous responses, and cultural resurgence and political organizing since 1945. Also offered as NATV 2012. May not be held for credit with NATV 2012 or the former HIST 2280.

Equiv To: HIST 2280, NATV 2012

Attributes: Humanities, Written English Requirement

HIST 2020  The Métis in Canada (C)  3 cr  

A history of the Métis in Canada. Also offered as NATV 2020. May not be held for credit with NATV 2020.

Equiv To: NATV 2020

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 2140  Colonial Latin America (A)  3 cr  

A survey of the major developments in Latin America from the Indigenous cultures and European Conquest to Independence in 1821.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2150  Independent Latin America (A)  3 cr  

A survey of the major developments in Latin America from Independence in 1821 to the present.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2180  The History of Catholicism to 1540 (G)  3 cr  

The history of Roman Catholicism from the first century to 1540. Emphasis will be placed on the external forces and internal developments that have shaped Catholicism.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2200  Labour History: Canada and Beyond (C)  3 cr  

This course explores the history of working people's struggles, victories and defeats in Canada, with attention to gender, "race" and ethnicity. Topics include the origins and evolution of labour unions and workplace rights and the role of politics and social movements. Also offered as LABR 2200. May not be held with LABR 2200.

Equiv To: LABR 2200

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2210  History of Britain, 1485 to the Present (E)  6 cr  

A general survey of British history from 1485 to the present. Emphasis is placed on constitutional, political, and diplomatic themes; social, economic, and cultural factors are also discussed. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2210 and HIST 2211.

Equiv To: HIST 2211

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2220  The Shaping of Modern Ireland, 1500-Present (E)  6 cr  

The history of Ireland from 1500 to the end of the twentieth century focusing on changes in political, social, religious, economic and cultural relationships in shaping Modern Ireland.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2230  History of the United States from 1607 (A)  6 cr  

A survey of the development of the American people and their institutions from Colonial times to the present day. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2230 and any of: HIST 2750 or HIST 2760 or HIST 2761.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2240  History of Antisemitism and the Holocaust (E)  6 cr  

A survey of the role of the Jewish minority in Christian Europe over the past two thousand years. First term will focus on the evolution of anti-Jewish ideas and policies. Second term will be a study of the Nazi German Holocaust and, in particular, the role of antisemitism as a causal factor therein. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2240 and the former JUD 2940.

Equiv To: JUD 2940

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2250  Social History of the Jews: Antiquity to Present (G)  6 cr  

A social, economic, and political history of the Jewish experience from the beginnings of the Jewish diaspora to the present, covering Jewish communities in medieval and modern Europe, the Middle East, and North America.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2282  Inventing Canada (C)  3 cr  

This course examines the "invention" and "reinvention" of Canada both before and after Confederation. It examines the process of invention from a range of different perspectives: political, cultural, economic, and social.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2286  Modern Canada (C)  3 cr  

This course addresses the history of Canada since the First World War with attention to social, political, economic, diplomatic and cultural topics such as: interwar and postwar life, struggles for equality, international and internal conflict, immigration, new technologies, nationalism, aboriginal affairs, the arts and Canada's role in the world. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2286 and any of: the former HIST 2970, the former HIST 2971, or the former HIST 3050.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2970, HIST 2971, HIST 3050

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2288  History of Social Movements in Canada (C)  3 cr  

This course examines how Canadian democracy has historically been contested, debated, and challenged. It will focus on the post-Confederation history of social movements, citizen engagement, and state responses to dissent. The course will discuss grassroots movements of workers, the poor, women, indigenous peoples, and racial and ethnic minorities. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2288 and the former HIST 2284.

Equiv To: HIST 2284

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2350  Europe 1789-1870 (E)  3 cr  

The History of Europe during the French Revolution and the conservative reaction to it, focusing on political ideologies and national and international politics. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2350 and the former HIST 2370.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2370

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2360  Europe 1870 to the Present (E)  3 cr  

The history of Europe since 1870, focusing on industrialisation, imperialism, political ideologies, and national and international politics. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2360 and either HIST 2361 or the former HIST 2370.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2370

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2390  Early Modern Europe, 1450-1789 (E)  6 cr  

This course is a survey of early modern European history. It will include such major topics as the Renaissance, the printing revolution, the Reformation, European interactions with the rest of the world and imperialism, the military revolution, the witch trials and the Enlightenment.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2400  History of Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World (M)  3 cr  

Introductory course examining the emergence of the modern human rights era and social justice movements globally. Possible topics of study: human rights as global norm; non-Western conceptions of rights; workplace rights; indigenous rights; women's and gender rights.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2420  The Medieval World (D)  6 cr  

A survey of the society and culture of the Middle Ages, from 500-1500.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2500  History of Africa (R)  6 cr  

A broad survey of African history from pre-colonial times through colonialism to the post-colonial present.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2215

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2502  The Modern Middle East: A Critical Survey (R)  6 cr  

Survey of the major issues in the history of the modern Middle East. Emphasis on understanding today's social and political context in the Middle East through the lens of history. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2502 and HIST 2900 with the topic "The Middle East from the Rise of Islam to the Nation State."

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2600  Introduction to Ukraine (E)  3 cr  

A history of Ukraine and its people, beginning with medieval Kievan Rus' and ending in the 18th century with Ukraine's absorption into Russian and Austrian empires.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2610  Making of Modern Ukraine (E)  3 cr  

A history of cultural, religious, economic and political forces, in the period 1800 to the present, that stimulated Ukraine's struggle for national independence from foreign domination.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2654  History of the People's Republic of China, 1949-Present (B)  3 cr  

This course examines the history of the People's Republic of China from its founding in 1949 through the present day. The course considers continuity and change between the Maoist and post-1976 periods as well as changing meanings of socialism and their impact on state power and social orders.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2089

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2660  History of the Soviet Union (E)  3 cr  

Attention will be given in particular to the Russian Revolution, the nature of the Soviet political system, the major social and economic experiments, and the Soviet role in international politics. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2660 and any of: HIST 2661 or the former HIST 2490 or the former HIST 3471.

Equiv To: HIST 2661

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2490, HIST 3471

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2670  History of Capitalism (M)  3 cr  

A study of the emergence and evolution of the capitalist system stressing its effects on human culture from the 15th to the 20th Centuries. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2670 and HIST 2671.

Equiv To: HIST 2671

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2680  A History of Socialism from the French Revolution to the Present (M)  3 cr  

The history of socialism, both revolutionary and nonrevolutionary from the French Revolution to the present. The course covers the history of theory and political action, and of both European and non-European socialism.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2730  Modern World History, 1914-1945: The 30 Years' Crisis (M)  3 cr  

A global economic, social, political and cultural history of the twentieth century history from World War I to the eve of the Cold War, emphasising the impact of war and economic crisis. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2730 and any of: HIST 2381 or the former HIST 2380.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2380, HIST 2381

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2732  Modern World History, 1945-1992: The Age of Three Worlds (M)  3 cr  

A global, economic, social, political and cultural history of the twentieth century from the onset of the Cold War and decolonization to the collapse of the Soviet Union. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2732 and any of: HIST 2381 or the former HIST 2380 or the former HIST 2720.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2380, HIST 2381, HIST 2720

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2734  Modern World History, 1980-Present: New World Order? (M)  3 cr  

A global, economic, social, political and cultural history of the twenty-first century, emphasizing the on-going development of the post Cold War international economic and political order. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2734 and any of: HIST 2381 or the former HIST 2380 or the former HIST 2720.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2380, HIST 2381, HIST 2720

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2750  History of the United States from 1607 to 1877 (A)  3 cr  

A survey of the development of the American people and their institutions from Colonial times to Reconstruction. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2750 and any of: HIST 2230 or HIST 2041.

Equiv To: HIST 2041

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2230

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2760  History of the United States from 1877 (A)  3 cr  

A survey of the development of the American people from Reconstruction to the present. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2760 and any of: HIST 2761 or HIST 2230.

Equiv To: HIST 2761

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2230

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2840  A History of Russia to 1917 (E)  3 cr  

A survey of the historical development of Russia from its beginnings to the end of the Imperial period. Students may not hold credit for HIST 2840 and any of: HIST 2841 or the former HIST 2490 or the former HIST 3471.

Equiv To: HIST 2841

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 2490, HIST 3471

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2900  Topics in Social History (G)  6 cr  

The content of this course will vary from year to year. A description of the course is available in advance at the History Department Office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 2990  The History of Catholicism since 1540 (G)  3 cr  

The history of Roman Catholicism from about 1540 to the present. Emphasis will be placed on Catholic responses to the modern world and to movements of theological and institutional reform. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2990 and HIST 2991.

Equiv To: HIST 2991

Attributes: Humanities, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

HIST 3020  South America since 1945 (A)  3 cr  

Major developments since 1945 on the continent of South America, with special emphasis on major political movements, Marxism and populism, the impact of industrialization, and South America's international role.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3052  Canada since the 1960s (C)  3 cr  

Examines fundamental topics and themes in Canada's politics, economy and society from the 1960s to the present, including: Quebec nationalism after 1960; western regionalism and the reassertion of provincial rights since the 1970s; the women's movement and first nations' activism since the 1960s; constitutional reform, patriation and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms in the 1980s and 1990s; free trade and globalization since the 1980s.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3054  Canada and the United States (C)  3 cr  

This course will undertake a detailed and comprehensive study of Canada's relationship with its neighbour from the eighteenth century to the present. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3054 and the former HIST 3220.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3220

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3062  German and German-Jewish History, 1618 to the Present (E)  6 cr  

The history of Germany from 1618 to the present with a focus on the experience of German Jewry. Students may not hold credit for HIST 3062 and any of: the former HIST 3060 or the former HIST 3064 or the former HIST 3066.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3060, HIST 3064, HIST 3066

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3080  Consumer Culture in the United States (A)  3 cr  

This course will trace the development of American consumer society from the colonial era to the present. Topics addressed include the histories of: branding, mass distribution, department stores, advertising, mass-market magazines, consumer organizing, and consumer protest.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3090  Studies in Asian History (B)  3 cr  

The content of this course will vary. It is designed to provide in-depth examination of specialized themes or areas in modern Asian history. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3110  Topics in History 1 (G)  3 cr  

An opportunity for the intensive study of selected topics or themes in history. The content varies, but may include work in social and cultural history or on specialized subjects. Consult the History Department and the Registration Guide for particulars. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3504, HIST 3506

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3138  History of Medieval Italy, 1300-1500 (D)  3 cr  

An examination of the political, social, economic and cultural history of the Italian peninsula during the later Middle Ages. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3138 and the former HIST 3140.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3140

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3212  Global Sweatshops, Global Struggles (M)  3 cr  

This course explores the past and present of sweated work in various industries in the Global North and South. We explore circumstances that support sweatshops, including off-shoring and the new international division of labour, migrant, child and female labour forces; global supply chains and the role of retailers and contractors. We also compare and evaluate strategies to eliminate sweatshops, include NGO activities, government regulations, consumer boycotts and the international labour, student and social justice movements. Also offered as Labour Studies LABR 3220. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3212 and LABR 3220.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of History or written consent of the department head] or [a grade of "C" or better in three credit hours of 1000 level Labour Studies or written consent of the Labour Studies coordinator].

Equiv To: LABR 3220

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3214  Canada's Left: Rebellion and Repression (C)  3 cr  

This course traces the emergence and evolution of Canada's left from the late nineteenth century to the present, with an emphasis on its two main streams, communism and social democracy. Topics include the relationship between popular, party, labour, and ethnic lefts; left parties and mainstream politics; the left in the evolution of human rights and in other public policies; the treatment within various lefts of gender, race, sexuality and ethnicity; popular movements; legal constraints and state repression. Also offered as LABR 3214. Not to be held with LABR 3214.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of History or written consent of department head] or [a grade of "C" of better in three credit hours of 1000 level Labour Studies or written consent of Labour Studies coordinator].

Equiv To: LABR 3214

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3250  Canada and the World, 1867 to the Present (C)  6 cr  

A study of selected aspects of Canada's external relations since Confederation.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3260  Commerce, Rights and Empire in European Thought, 500-2000 (M)  3 cr  

This course will scrutinize the intersection of commerce and governance in Europe from c.500 to the present, paying particular attention to the way that debates about commerce, war and peace have generated notions of human rights over the past three centuries. We will explore whether and how debates about the proper way to govern trade played important roles not only in the creation of the modern categories of the "state" and the "economy," but also in understandings of the person as a rational actor of politics with substantial rights.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3272  The Métis Nation: The Modern Era  3 cr  

A study of the dispossession on the Métis Nation after 1870, their resurgence in the 1950s and contemporary issues affecting Métis people in Canada. Also offered as NATV 3270. May not be held for credit with NATV 3270.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of Canadian History} or written consent of department head.

Equiv To: NATV 3270

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3290  The United States from World War II to the War on Terror (A)  6 cr  

This course offers a social, cultural, economic, and political exploration of the United States from World War II to the present day. It examines how actual military conflicts (World War II, Vietnam) and metaphoric wars (the War on Poverty, the War on Drugs) have shaped American Society.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3340  Studies in the History of Digital Culture (G)  3 cr  

This course will examine the social-cultural meanings of computer and communications technologies. The course will predominantly treat the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, examining the evolution of technologies from the 1930s to today. Focused on the global west, the course will also consider the worldwide implications and reach of digital cultures and technologies. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3340 and the former HIST 3120 with the topic "History of Digital Culture."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3430  Britain, 1714-1815 (E)  6 cr  

An examination of the political structure, constitutional developments, colonial problems, and social and religious changes, the impact of the industrial revolution, and the reaction to the French Revolution in Britain during this period.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3442  Race, Ethnicity, Immigration, and Nation in Canadian History (C)  3 cr  

This course examines topics in the history of immigration, colonization, race, and ethnicity in Canada. Beginning with the incursions of European immigrants onto First Nations territories, the course investigates attitudes and policies concerning immigration, the interaction of colonization and immigration, discourses of race and ethnicity, and race and ethnic relations within Canadian society. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3442 and HIST 3780 with the topic "Race and Immigration in Canadian History."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3504  Apartheid South Africa and the Struggle for Human Rights (R)  3 cr  

An examination of the apartheid system and its impact with special emphasis on local and international struggles against the system. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3504 and HIST 3110 with the topics "Nelson Mandela from Prisoner to President" and "Apartheid and the Struggle for Democracy and Human Rights."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3110

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3506  History of South Africa: From Jan van Riebeck to Nelson Mandela (R)  3 cr  

This course explores the various intersections of statecraft, the economy, society and identity by looking at how resources, labour and political control played out in changing mechanisms of power, accommodation and resistance in South Africa during the colonial and apartheid eras. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3506 and HIST 3110 with the topic "History of South Africa: from Jan van Riebeck to Nelson Mandela."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3110

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3550  Popular Culture, Crime and Punishment in England, 1550-1850 (E)  3 cr  

A history of crime and the institutions for its control and punishment in England from the Tudor period to the turn of the nineteenth century. We will trace the connections between crime and larger processes such as war, the economy and urbanization. Topics will include the changing patterns of crime, the role of gender in the application of law, the reform of the criminal law and the emergence of imprisonment.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3572  The History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Canada (C)  6 cr  

This course examines the history of women, gender, and sexuality in Canada's past and how gender and sexuality have structured the histories of Indigenous people, English and French colonization, nation-building, immigration and urbanization, politics, war, and protest. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3572 and the former HIST 3570.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Equiv To: HIST 3570

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3574  Disease and Society in the Modern World (M)  3 cr  

This course will emphasize the relationship between disease and imperialism, capitalist development, and war; and examine social and state responses. The course will explore connections between the biological and the cultural aspects of infectious disease experiences. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3574 and HIST 3110 with the topics "History of Disease" and/or "History of Health and Disease."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3580  Topics in Recent World History (M)  3 cr  

An in-depth treatment of selected topics in world history since 1945. The content of the course will vary from year to year, and a precise description is available in advance from the History department office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3730  A History of Western Canada (C)  6 cr  

A regional history emphasizing the development of a Western perspective upon the nation. Topics include the fur trade and Red River Settlement, transition to Canadian institutions, the wheat economy, immigration, labour and political movements, cultural changes.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3740  Topics in Latin American History (A)  3 cr  

The contents of this course will be announced each year. Consult the History Department. It is designed to provide in-depth studies of specialized subjects and themes in modern Latin American history. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3750  Indigenous Peoples in Modern Latin America (A)  3 cr  

A study of indigenous peoples in modern Latin America. Topics to be discussed will include the construction of racial hierarchies and exclusionary nation-states, indigenous engagements with leftist politics and revolution as well as struggles for political autonomy and cultural rights. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3750 and HIST 3740 with the topic "Indigenous Peoples and the Nation-State in Modern Latin America."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3760  Problems in United States History (A)  3 cr  

The subject matter of this course will be announced each year. Consult the History department. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3760 and HIST 3761.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Equiv To: HIST 3761

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3095

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3780  Studies in Canadian History 1 (C)  3 cr  

The content of this course will vary. It is designed to provide in-depth studies of specialized topics and themes in Canadian history. A precise description of the course is available in advance at the History department office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3780 and HIST 3781.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Mutually Exclusive: HIST 3031

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3800  History of Winnipeg from 1870-2000 (C)  3 cr  

A study of the social history of the city of Winnipeg from its origins through to the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry (1991). Students may not hold credit for both HIST 3800 and the former HIST 3790 with the topic "History of Winnipeg."

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3910  The Ukrainians in Canada (C)  3 cr  

A history of the Ukrainian community in Canada. Topics to be discussed will include immigration, social and political organizations, churches, cultural assimilation, Ukrainian contributions to Canada, and relations with Ukraine.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of history] or written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 3990  Seminar in Selected History Topics (G)  6 cr  

This course will provide a systematic introduction to advanced research seminars, paying particular attention to the development of: oral skills and public presentation of ideas and research; focused historiographical discussion and analysis; and advanced historical research and writing skills. This course provides the skills and preparation for Year IV of the History Honours program.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: [a grade of "C" or better in six credit hours of History] and written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4000  Topics in History (G)  3 cr  

The content of this course will vary. It is designed to provide students with specialized topics and themes in History. A description of the course is available in advance at the History Department Office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4010  Imperialism, Decolonization and Neo-Colonialism, 1700 to the Present (M)  6 cr  

Studies in the theories and practise of imperialism from an historical perspective.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4040  The Later Middle Ages (D)  6 cr  

Selected topics in economics, social, cultural, art, and religious history of the later medieval world.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4050  England in the Long Eighteenth Century (E)  6 cr  

Selected themes in the history of England's long eighteenth century, from 1660-1840. Specific topics will vary from year to year, but will generally include the transformation of political culture, the consequences of war, the question of national identities, the emergence of commercial society and the changes in social structure.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of the department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4060  Gender History in Canada (C)  6 cr  

Gender history explores the roles, images, and experiences of masculinity and femininity in the past. This course will familiarize students with the changing theoretical and historiographical terrain of gender history. It will draw on the international literature but focus on the history of gender in Canada, examining how historians analyse masculinity, femininity, the family, sexuality, politics, race/ethnicity, moral regulation, class, nation, and colonialism.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4070  Issues in Modern Asian History 1: Selected Topics (B)  3 cr  

The content of this course will vary. Emphasis will be on analysis of important issues and recent developments in the history and historiography of modern Asia. Consult the History Department for particulars. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4100  Studies in United States History Since 1877 (A)  6 cr  

An examination of United States history from the close of the Reconstruction era to the present. Students will gain exposure to the political, economic, social and/or cultural history of the United States. Course content may vary according to the instructor.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4110  Selected Topics in British History (E)  6 cr  

A seminar course whose content will vary. A description of the course is available in advance at the History department office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head. .

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4120  History of Aboriginal Rights (C)  6 cr  

A study of Aboriginal rights from early contact to the present with a particular emphasis on treaties, the courts, and Aboriginal efforts to enforce specific forms of rights.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4150  The Social History of the Latin American State (A)  6 cr  

Readings on the history of Latin America since colonial times, focused on the dynamic relationship between different social groups and the state. Based on an interdisciplinary theoretical framework, this historical overview will cover different geographical areas, issues, and social factors.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4280  Topics in the Cultural History of Canada (C)  6 cr  

Studies in Canadian cultural, communications, and intellectual history. Topics will vary from year to year but a description is available in advance at the History department office.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4310  Topics in Social History (G)  6 cr  

The content of this course will vary. It is designed to provide students with specialized topics and themes in Social history. A description of the course is available in advance at the History department office. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4320  Studies in World History since 1945 (G,M)  6 cr  

A comparative approach to recent world history, utilizing area and thematic studies.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4340  Introduction to Archival Science (G)  6 cr  

A thorough introduction to archival theory and practise with special emphasis on the history and development of archives and their place in modern society, terminology, collection development, appraisal arrangement, access, conservation, research aids and related archival principles.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4400  Historical Method and Historiography (G)  6 cr  

A study of historical methods and historiography.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4500  Jewish and European History and Historiography (E)  6 cr  

This seminar examines issues relating to Jewish history and historiography in the context of European history and historiography.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4580  The Great Historians (G)  6 cr  

The readings of a select number of modern and classical historians. Preparation of a research paper on a particular historiographic problem.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4660  History of Health and Disease (G)  6 cr  

Introduction to some of the principal issues and approaches in the history of health and disease. It is not meant to be a strictly chronological survey. Topics and themes may include the development of nursing and medical professions; transformation of the hospital; mental health; alternative therapies; colonization, infectious disease and aboriginal health; and health and the state.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4680  Social History of Health and Disease in Modern Canada (C)  6 cr  

This course explores the history of health and health care in Canada, with a focus on the late 19th and 20th centuries. Topics will include colonization, infectious disease, and Aboriginal health; the evolution of medical and nursing professions; the emergence of the modern hospital; mental health, psychiatry and the asylum; cancer; alternative therapies; childbirth; health and old age; and health and the state. Analytical categories of gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexuality will run throughout the material.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4870  Contemporary Latin America (A)  6 cr  

A study of selected historical developments in Latin America since the Cuban Revolution, with emphasis on most recent themes.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4890  Canadian Social History (C)  6 cr  

A study of the evolution of Canadian society with intensive analysis of topics such as the pioneer community, immigration, ethnic history, urban development.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4960  Studies in European History (E)  6 cr  

A seminar course whose content will vary from year to year. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

PR/CR: A minimum grade of C is required unless otherwise indicated.
Prerequisite: written consent of department head.

Attributes: Humanities

HIST 4990  Selected Topics  6 cr  

A program of independent reading and/or research on selected topics, undertaken and arranged by a student in consultation with prospective instructor, upon the written approval of the department head. The course content may vary. Students can earn multiple credits for this course only when the topic subtitle is different.

Attributes: Humanities