History [HIS courses - includes JHA384H1, 394H1 and JHP454Y1]


The following timetable information is the most current information available. All changes (additional courses, meeting sections, time changes, course or meeting cancellations) since the original on-line date will be noted in the Information Updated column.
Tutorials: For all courses with tutorial sessions, sign-up will be available after classes commence. Students in 4th year seminars must attend the first class or contact the instructor to explain their absence. Failure to do so may result in the Department withdrawing the student from the seminar.

100-series courses: All 100-series HIS courses are mutually exclusive. Students may enroll in only one 100-series History course. Students enrolled in more than one of these courses (or who have completed one of these courses or a previous HIS 100-series course with a mark of 50% or greater) will be removed at any time.

For 'E' indicator courses: contact the Undergraduate Administrator at the Department of History, Sidney Smith Hall, Room 2074.

Undergraduate Counseling Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 to 4:00p.m. During peak periods an appointment may be necessary.
Explanation on codes and Enrolment Indicators

History [HIS courses - includes JHA384H1, 394H1 and JHP454Y1]
Course Section
Code
Title
(subtitle)
Meeting
Section
Wait
List
Time Location Instructor Enrolment
Indicator
Enrolment
Controls
HIS102Y1YEmpires, Encounter & ExchL0101YTR3 TbaPSee Details
HIS103Y1YStatecraft & StrategyL0101YMW2 D. SmythP*See Details
   L5101YM6-8 TbaP*
HIS106Y1YThe AmericasL0101YMW4 Tba See Details
HIS109Y1YEur Civ 1350 - 1945L0101YMW3 K. BartlettP*See Details
HIS202H1SGender Race ScienceL0101YT3-5 Tba  
HIS205H1STopics Women's HistoryL5101YR5-7 Tba  
HIS208Y1YJewish HistL0101YMW2 Meyerson/Tba  
HIS220Y1YMediaeval SocietyL0101YTR10 Cochelin/Tba  
HIS241H1F19th Century EuropeL0101YTR1 Tba  
HIS242H1SContemporary EuropeL0101YTR1 Tba  
HIS243H1FEurope 1450 - 1648L0101YTR11 Tba  
HIS244H1SEurope 1648 - 1815L0101YTR10 P. Cohen  
HIS263Y1YIntro to Can HistoryL0101YTR1 Bertram/Mills  
HIS271Y1YAmer Hist Since 1607L5101YW6-8 Tba  
HIS280Y1YHistory of ChinaL0101YTR10 Tba  
HIS282Y1YHistory of S. AsiaL0101YMW2 Tba  
HIS283Y1YSE Asian CrossroadsL0101YM1-3 N. Tran  
HIS291H1FColonial Lat AmericaL0101YTR3 Tba  
HIS292H1SNational Lat AmericaL0101YMW10 L. Van Isschot  
HIS293H1SAtlantic WorldL0101YTR2 B. Mandelblatt  
HIS294Y1YCaribbean HistoryL0101YT10-12 M. Newton  
HIS300H1SNA Energy HistoryL0101YT12-2 S. Penfold  
   T0101NR12   
   T0201NR1   
HIS309H1FEuropean RefrmationsL0101YF11-1    
HIS311Y1YCan Internat RelatnsL0101YTR2 Bothwell/TbaPSee Details
HIS312H1FImmigration to CanL0101YT3-5 I. Radforth  
HIS314H1FQuebec & French CdaL0101YW1-3 S. Mills  
HIS317H1F20th Cent GermanyL0101YW1-3 J. Jenkins  
HIS318H1SWest in CanadaL0101YT10-12 L. Bertram  
   T0101NT12   
HIS320H1FBarbarian InvasionsL0101YW10-12 N. Everett  
HIS321H1SDark Age Eur 7th-10th CL0101YW10-12 N. Everett  
HIS324H1FBritish Empire 16-20cL0101YTR11 J. Mori  
HIS325H1FImperial RussiaL0101YT2-4 A. Smith  
HIS326H1FTops in Chinese His
(Bandits, Barbarians, and Bureaucrats in Early Modern China)
L0101YT10-12 Y. Wang  
HIS328H1FModern ChinaL0101YT1-3 Y. Wang  
HIS330H1F19th Cent GermanyL0101YW1-3 Tba  
HIS331H1SModern Baltic HistoryL5101YW5-7 J. Kivimae  
HIS333H1SCatholic AsiaL0101YT10-12 N. Tran  
HIS335H1FSoviet Cultural HistoryL5101YT5-7 T. Lahusen  
HIS337H1S18th Century BritainL0101YTR11 J. Mori  
HIS338H1FThe Holocaust to 1942L0101YF10-12 D. Bergen  
HIS343Y1YModern EspionageL0101YT12-2 TbaPSee Details
HIS344Y1YConflict and Co-OperL5101YT5-7 TbaPSee Details
HIS350H1FWar, State & SocietyL0101YT3-5 D. Penslar  
HIS351Y1YHis of 20th C RussiaL0101YM3-5 L. Viola  
HIS353Y1Y10-20th Cent PolandL0101YW10-12 P. Wrobel  
HIS357Y1YThe RenaissanceL0101YT3-5 Tba  
     R3 Tba 
HIS361H1SHolocaust from 1942L0101YF10-12 D. Bergen  
HIS362H1FThe Hansa MerchantsL5101YW5-7 J. Kivimae  
HIS364H1SHistory of HungaryL0101YW10-12 R. Austin  
HIS366H1SAb His Gr Lks Pt 2L0101YW2-4 Tba  
HIS372H1STop: US History
(God and Religion in America)
L5101YM6-8 R. Gordan  
HIS376H1SU.S. Now and ThenL0101YTR11 R. Pruessen  
HIS377H1S20th C Amer Foreign RelL0101YF11-1 Tba  
HIS378H1FAmerica in the 1960'sL0101YF11-1 Tba  
HIS383Y1YWomen in African HistL0101YW10-12 N. Musisi  
HIS385H1FHistory of Hong KongL0101YF12-2 Tba  
HIS387H1FFrance 1610-1848L0101YF11-1 Tba  
HIS388H1SFrance since 1848L0101YF11-1 Tba  
HIS389H1FTopics in History
(Political Violence and Human Rights in Latin America)
L0101YT10-12 L. Van Isschot  
   (The Material Culture of Canada)L0201YW1-3 L. Bertram 
HIS391Y1YBlack FreedomL0101YT2-4 S. Hawkins  
HIS392Y1YScreening FreedomL0101YR2-5 S. Hawkins  
HIS394H1FMedia & African IconsL0101YM2-4 N. Musisi  
HIS395H1FIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE 
HIS395H1SIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE
HIS395H1YIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE
HIS395Y1YIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE 
HIS401H1FHist of Cold WarL0101YF1-3 TbaP*See Details
HIS402H1FCanada and DecolL0101YT2-4 S. MillsPSee Details
HIS404H1STopics in U.S. Hist
(Taking Shots at the Man)
L5101YW6-8 TbaPSee Details
HIS412Y1YMedieval BalticL5101YR5-7 J. KivimaeP*See Details
HIS414H1FDown & Out in MedievalL0101YW10-12 I. CochelinPSee Details
HIS415Y1YNat & Mem in Mod EurL0101YM3-5 J. JenkinsPSee Details
HIS423H1FSocial His MedicineL0101YR4-6 E. ShorterP*See Details
HIS424H1FViolence in Mdvl SocL0101YW10-12 M. MeyersonPSee Details
HIS430H1FCan & the World WarsL0101YM3-5 I. RadforthP*See Details
HIS433H1SPolish JewsL0101YW10-12 P. WrobelP*See Details
HIS437H1SLies About HitlerL0101YW1-3 J. RetallackPSee Details
HIS443H1FRenaiss & ReformatnL0101YM4-6 N. TerpstraP*See Details
HIS444H1FTopics in Jewish His
(Jewish Identity in the Modern World)
L0101YR4-6 D. PenslarPSee Details
HIS451H1FWWII in E Cent EurL0101YR10-12 P. WrobelPSee Details
HIS452H1SSci & Soc 17-19C BritL0101YR3-5 J. MoriP*See Details
HIS459H1FSov His & Film IL5101YM5-7 T. LahusenP*See Details
     M7-9 T. Lahusen 
HIS460H1SSov His & Film IIL5101YM5-7 T. LahusenPSee Details
     M7-9 T. Lahusen 
HIS466H1FTopics in Can Hist
(Commemoration and Public History in Canada)
L0101YT2-4 C. MorganPSee Details
HIS466H1STopics in Can Hist
(Upper Canada: Creating a Settler Society)
L0101YT2-4 C. MorganP
   (History of Sex Trade in Canada)L0201YR10-12 L. BertramP
HIS470H1FRights in South AsiaL0101YW1-3 R. BirlaP*See Details
HIS479H1FUS Foreign Pol Sin Wrld War IIL0101YR10-12 R. PruessenP*See Details
HIS481H1SElite Women AfricaL0101YM2-4 N. MusisiP*See Details
HIS488H1FSecret War 1939-1945L0101YM4-6 D. SmythPSee Details
HIS488H1SSecret War 1939-1945L0101YM4-6 D. SmythP
HIS489H1FHis Psych IllnessL0101YF10-12 E. ShorterP*See Details
HIS492H1FEmpire Fren AtlanticL0101YW3-5 B. MandelblattP*See Details
HIS493H1SHumanity in WarL0101YW10-12 M. MarrusPSee Details
HIS495Y1YTopics in HistoryL0101YT10-1 TbaP*See Details
HIS496H1FTopics in History
(Can Foreign Relation)
L0101YW2-4 R. BothwellP*See Details
HIS496H1STopics in History
(Historical Memory and Justice in Latin America)
L0101YT10-12 L. Van IsschotP*
   (History of Rurual Canada)L0201NT12-2 R. SandwellP*
   (Slave Emancipation in the Atlantic World)L0301NW11-1 M. NewtonP*
HIS497H1SAnimal Pol & ScienceL0101YW10-12 S. HawkinsP*See Details
HIS498H1FIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE 
HIS498H1SIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE
HIS499Y1YIndependent StudiesL0101NTBA StaffE 
JHA384H1SJapan in the WorldL0101YTBA T. FujitaniPSee Details


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