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2017-2018 History Courses
HIS 1801E: Controversies in Global History
Dr. T. Peace
Dr. G. Read
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HIS 1816F: Histories of Violence
Dr. J. Fang Course Outline
HIS 2125F: Northern Enterprise: Canadian Business and Labour History
Dr. P. Krats Course Outline
HIS 2127G: In Search of Canada: Postwar to Present
Dr. P. Krats Course Outline
HIS 2204G: Crises and Confederation *New Course
Dr. T. Peace Course Outline
HIS 2302G: American Modern: The United States in the Twentieth Century *New Course
Dr. N.Reid-Maroney Course Outline
HIS 2413E: Europe and the Paradoxes of Modernity Dr. T. Compeau Course Outline
HIS 2602F: Pre-Colonial Africa
Dr. G. Read Course Outline
HIS 2603E: China: Tradition and Transformation Dr. J. Fang Course Outline
HIS 2604G European Imperialism in Africa 1830-1994 Dr. G. Read Course Outline
HIS 2811F: Historians, Communities and the Past *New course
Dr. T. Compeau Course Outline
HIS 2710F: Red, White, Black et Blancs: The Americas to 1867 *New course
Dr. T. Peace Course Outline
HIS 2821F: Jewish History to 1492
Rabbi C. Clark
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HIS 3801E: The Historian's Craft
Dr. N.Reid-Maroney Course Outline
HIS 3311F: Slavery and Freedom: African American History, 1600-1896
Dr. N.Reid-Maroney Course Outline
HIS 3411E: The British Isles from 1688: Glorious Revolution to 'Broken Britain'. Dr. T. Compeau Course Outline
HIS 3497F: Criminals, Crime Scenes and Punishment in Medieval Britain
Dr. K. Duggan
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HIS 3898G: Selected Topics: Art and the Holocaust *New course
S. Halpern Course Outline
HIS 4605E: War and Memory in Modern East Asia
Dr. J. Fang Course Outline
HIS 4702F: European Imperialism Dr. G. Read Course Outline
HIS 4810G: Engaging with the Past: Practicing Active History  * New course
Dr. T. Peace
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HIS 4414G: Secrets, Spies and Surveillance in Modern British History
Dr. T. Compeau
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