2021-22 Graduate Course Offering

2021-2022 Graduate Courses

Enrolment for History graduate students will open on August 9, 2021, and enrolment for non-History* students will open on August 23, 2021.

* 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 e-mail the signed form to the Department of History to enrol in the course. Confirmation of course enrolment will be e-mailed to you once approved.

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).

Graduate courses and seminar begin on September 7, 2021.

Cross-listed graduate/undergraduate courses begin on September 9, 2021.

Winter session courses begin on January 10, 2022.

Course Code UG Course Code  Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
HIS1014HF   Neoliberalism in North America (New course) R 11-14   Anastakis
HIS1015HF   Oral History Theory and Practice M 13 -15   van Isschot
HIS1109HF   Readings in Canadian History W 13-15   Mills
HIS1205HF   The Communist Experience in Central and Eastern Europe T 10-12   Topouzova
HIS1275HF   Imperial Germany 1871-1918 M 14-16   Retallack
HIS1269HF (J) HIS423H1F Social History of Medicine in the 19th and 20th century R 16-18 OA 102 Shorter
HIS1290HF   Topics in Imperial Russian History: Russia’s Empire R 14-16   Smith
HIS1673HF   Critical Historiography of Late Imperial and Modern China W 9-11   Chen
HIS1440HF (J) SMC416H1F Irish Nationalism in Canada  R 14-16   Wilson
HIS1900HF   History and International Affairs (CIH Mandatory course) M 10-12   Sayle
HIS1997HF       The Practice of History - HIS MA students only W 17-20   Cohen
HIS1416HF (J) HIS422H1F Early Modern English Popular Culture R 11-13 - Mori
HIS1533HF (J) HIS465Y1Y Gender and International Relations M 17-19   Chin
HIS1664HF (J) HIS496H1F Topics in History:  Religion and Society in Southeast Asia M 14-16   Tran


Course Code UG Course Code  Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
HIS1013HS   Intellectuals and Decolonization (New course) T 12-14   Elhalaby
HIS1019HS   Science, Nature, and Empire (New course) T 10-12   Woods
HIS1228HS   The Annales School in Context (New Course) T 17-19   Cohen
HIS1236HS   Modern French Colonial History M 12-14   Jennings
HIS1245HS   Gender, Men and Women in European History 1500-1950 M 10-12   Bergen
HIS1265HS   Atrocities and Memory in Postwar Europe and North America R 12-14   Wittmann
HIS1435HS   Studies in Victorian Society T 14-16   Loeb
HIS1555HS (J) HIS466H1S Gender and Slavery ion teh Atlantic World R 10-12   Newton
HIS1662HS   Rethinking Modernity through Japan  M 14-16   Fujitani
HIS1704HS   Colloquium in Latin American History F 12-14   Coleman
HIS1707HS   Topics in African History W 13-15   MacArthur
HIS1820HS   Law, Space, and History T 11-13   Raman
HIS1830HS   Critical Approaches to Historical Anthropology R 11-13   Kasturi
HIS1180HS (J) HIS498H1S Race in the USA and Canada  R 10-12   Mar
HIS1287HS (J) HIS433H1S Polish Jews since the Partitions of Poland R 9-11   Wrobel


Course Code Course Title Day/Time Room Instructor
MST3123HF Introduction to Medieval Medicine R 9-11   Everett
MST3226HS Medieval Mediterranean History T 14-16   Meyerson
HPS3009HF Slavery, Medicine and Science in Historical Perspective R 10-12   Dacome


Participating Departments