Current Graduate Courses

2019-2020 Graduate Courses 

Registration for Fall 2019 session starts July 15, 2019

Enrolment for History graduate students starts August 1, 2019, and for Non-History* students starts August 19, 2019.

* Non-History student wanting to take a History course is require to complete a SGS Add/Drop Course(s) form. Please obtain approval and signature from your home department and bring the signed form to the Department of History to enrol in the course.

Course List Legend

  • F = a half-year course in the first term (September – December)
  • S =a half-year course in the second 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

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

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:

  1. View the list of participating departments below for current course offerings.
  2. Contact the associate chair, graduate for permission to take your desired course(s).

F and Y classes begin September 9, 2019
S and Y classes begin January 6, 2020

Course Code UG Course Code  Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
HIS1007HF   Histories, Theories Imaginaries: Themes in Technoscience  T 14-17 BF 214 (Udated) Murphy
HIS1015HF   Oral History Theories and Practices (New) T 15 FE 33 Van Isschot
HIS1142YY (J) HIS405Y1Y Canadian Foreign Policy W 10 LA 212 Bothwell/Sayle
HIS1168HF (J) HIS466H1F History of the Sex Trade in Canadian and Comparative Contexts M 13 SS 2101 Bertram
HIS1200HF   Readings in European Intellectual History T 15 UC 53 Nelson
HIS1237HF   France, 1870-1968 R 13 BF 315 Jennings
HIS1269HF (J) HIS423H1F Social History of Medicine in the 19th and 20th century R 16 OA 402 Shorter
HIS1270HF (J) HIS489H1F History of Psychiatry F 10 OA 402 Shorter
HIS1275HF   Imperial Germany 1871-1918 W 11 SS 2120 Retallack
HIS1281HF   Experiences of Real Socialism T 12 SK 348 Lahusen
HIS1440HF (J) SMC416H1F Irish Nationalism in Canada R 14 AH 103 (Updated) Wilson
HIS1662HF   Rethinking Modernity through Japan M 13 UC B203 Fujitani
HIS1702HF   Colonial Violence (New) W 11 OI 4420 (Updated) Rockel
HIS1704HF   Colloquium in Latin American and Caribbean History (New) R 11 BL 312 Walker/Coleman
HIS1712HF   Topics on the History of Ethiopia W 11 SS 2101 Gervers
HIS1784HF   The Islamic Revolution R 16 SS 2119 Tavakoli-Targhi
HIS1830HF   Critical Approaches to Historical Anthropology T 11 UC 257 Kasturi
HIS1900HF   History in International Affairs (New) M 10 TC 24 Sayle
HIS1997HF   The Practice of History (section 0101) W 16-19 UC 148 Mills
HIS1997HF   The Practice of History (section 0202)  17-20 UC 148 Mills


Course Code UG Course Code  Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
HIS1032HS   Modernity and Its Visual Cultures

W 19

IN 313 Jacobson
HIS1040HS   Maps in History: Power and Identity, Conflict and Imagination R 14 SS 2116 MacArthur
HIS1117HS   Canada: Colonialism/Postcolonialism M 13 UC 257 Hastings
HIS1118HS HIS419H1S Canada by Treaty W 13 WE 76 Bohaker
HIS1203HS (J) SMC406H1S Jus Commune (CANCELLED) R 15 TBD Silano
HIS1234HS   Readings in Early Modern France W 17 UC B203 Cohen
HIS1268HS   The Holocaust and World War II M 10 OI 2198 Bergen
HIS1272HS   Europe in the Twentieth Century T 15 HS 618 Jenkins
HIS1287HS (J) HIS433H1S Polish Jews Since the Partitions of Poland R 09 SS 2120 Wrobel
HIS1440HF (J) SMC416H1F Irish Nationalism in Canada R 14 CR 106 Wilson
HIS1673HS   Historiography of Late Imperial and Modern China T 17 SS 2116 Wang
HIS1705HS (J) HIS496H1S Themes and Trends in Women and Gender History In the Global South (CANCELLED) R 18 SS 2120 Musisi
HIS1707HS   Topics in African History R 14 SS 581 MacArthur
HIS1785HS   International Relations in the Middle East (Updated) F 16 BF 214
HIS1805HS   Human Rights and Empire (New) M 15 UC 44 Ewing
HIS1806HS   Histories of the Carceral State (New) W 12 BL 312 Mishler
HIS1890HS   Regimes of Value R 12 SK 114 Gettler


Course Code Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
JHL1680HF Revolutionary Women's Cultures in East Asia, early to mid 20th century T 13 BT 319 Grewal
JHL1282HS Comparative Totalitarian Culture T 13 BT 319 Lahusen
MST3226HS Medieval Mediterranean History M 10 LI 301 Meyerson
MST3244HS Patron Saints of Early Medieval Italy W 14 LI 301 Everett


Participating Departments