The entrance to the Department of History’s office in Sidney Smith Hall
 

2017-2018 Graduate Courses

Enrolment for Department of History graduate students opens at 12:01am on August 1st, 2017.  
Enrolment for non-History graduate students begins on August 14th, 2017.

 

Course List Legend

  • F - a half-year course offered in the Fall term (September – December)
  • S - a half-year course offered in the Winter term (January – April)
  • Y - a full-year course (September – April)
  • (J) indicates a joint Graduate / Undergraduate course
  • M - Monday
  • T - Tuesday
  • W - Wednesday
  • R - Thursday
  • F - Friday

Course List

F and Y classes begin September 11, 2017
S and Y classes begin January 4, 2018

Click on the course number in the timetable for more detailed information.

Course Number Title Day/Time Location Instructor
HIS1997H-F The Practice of History (MAs only) Section 1 - R 1-3
Section 2 - R 2-4
NF 007 A. Hood and S. Penfold
HIS1118H-F (J) Canada By Treaty F 10 - 12 SS 2111 H. Bohaker
HIS1128H-F (J) Canada and Transnational History M 2 - 4 SS 1078 P. Hastings
HIS1200H-F Readings in European Intellectual History T 12 - 2 UC 51 W. Nelson
HIS1269H-F (J) Social History of Medicine R 4 - 6 FG 77 E. Shorter
HIS1270H-F (J) History of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Illness F 10 - 12 FG 129 E. Shorter
HIS1279H-F (J) WWII in Eastern and East Central Europe R 10 - 12 (UPDATED) AP 124 P. Wróbel
HIS1281H-F Experience of Real Socialism M 12 - 2 UC 85 (updated) T. Lahusen
HIS1296H-F Stalinism T 4 - 6 UC 63 L. Viola
HIS1301H-F History of Food and Drink W 12 - 2 SS 1078 D. Bender
HIS1440H-F Irish Nationalism in Canada M 10 - 12 SS 581 D. Wilson
HIS1531H-F American Political History since 1877 M 4 - 6 BF 214 R. Kazal
HIS1662H-F  Rethinking Modernity through Japan R 10 - 12 SS 2120 T. Fujitani
HIS1664H-F (J) Religion and Society in Southeast Asia M 1 - 3 SS 2116 N. Tran
HIS1237H-F France since 1870 W 10 - 12 VC 115 E. Jennings
HIS1142Y-Y (J) Canadian Foreign Relations W 10 - 12 LA 213 (updated) B. Bothwell
HIS1003H-S Theory and History - NEW M 2 - 4 SS 1078 M. Murphy and B. Raman
HIS1008H-S Practicum in Local and Community History - NEW F 11 - 1 UC B203 R. Halpern
HIS1009H-S Empire and Liberal Governance R 12 - 2 UC 257 R. Birla
HIS1011H-S Queer and Trans Oral History T 1 - 3 UC 65 E. Brown
HIS1031H-S Images as History F 1-3 UC 51 K. Coleman
HIS1106H-S Topics in Canadian Social History M 4 - 6 SS 2114 I. Radforth
HIS1221H-S Topics in Early Modern European Social History R 4 - 6 VC 211 N. Terpstra
HIS1286H-S Imperial Russian Social History T 3 - 5 UC 67 A. Smith
HIS1532H-S American Foreign Policy in the Cold War W 6 - 8 SS 2120 T. Sayle
HIS1435H-S Victorian Culture W 10 - 12 SS 1080 L. Loeb
HIS1673H-S Critical Historiography of Late Imperial and Modern China T 5 - 7 UC 51 Y. Wang
HIS1677H-S Empire and Nation in Modern East Asia W 1 - 3 SS 1078 T. Lam
HIS1860H-S Global Rights R 10 - 12 WI 2006 L. Van Isschot
HIS1725H-S (J) Topics in Latin American History: Race, Gender, and Citizenship T 11 - 1 UC F204 (updated) Walker

Equivalent Courses

Our MA and PhD students may take courses from the departments listed below for graduate history credit with the permission of the associate chair, graduate.

If you are interested: