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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Course description
    BA with Major in History (20-credit)

    The 20-credit Major requires more advanced training in History than does the three-year degree. Besides the general degree requirements for all BA degrees, students majoring in History are required to take at least six (6) but not more than nine (9) History credits beyond the 1000-level.
                
    •     At least three of these History credits must be above the 2000-level.
    •     Within the last fifteen (15) credits, students must take at least one credit in each of two subjects other than History.
    •     BA Majors in History must take at least one half-credit 4000-level seminar in History.

    • HIST 1004X/Y.06: Introduction to European History.
    • HIST 1005X/Y.06: Introduction to European History.
    • HIST 1501.03: Comparative Global History.
    • HIST 1502.03: Origins of Modern Global Society.
    • HIST 1701.03: History of the Americas: From Pre-Contact to the Revolutionary Era.
    • HIST 1702.03: History of the Americas: from the Revolutionary Era to the Present.
    • HIST 1862X/Y.06: North American Experiences.
    • HIST 1867X/Y.06: North Americans in Transition.
    • HIST 2001.03: Early Medieval Europe.
    • HIST 2002.03: Later Medieval Europe.
    • HIST 2003.03: The Fall of the Roman Republic.
    • HIST 2006.03: The Atlantic World, 1450-1650: European Colonization of the Americas.
    • HIST 2007.03: The Atlantic World, 1650-1800: European Empires in the Americas.
    • HIST 2012.03: Absolutism and Revolutionary Europe.
    • HIST 2015.03: War and Society in Early Modern Europe, 1550-1750.
    • HIST 2016.03: Greece in the Fifth Century B.C.
    • HIST 2017.03: The Roman World from Constantine to Theodosius (A.D. 313-395).
    • HIST 2018.03: The Transformation of the Roman World (A.D. 395-565).
    • HIST 2019X/Y.06: Early Modern Europe, 1450-1650.
    • HIST 2021.03: Soviet Russia.
    • HIST 2022.03: Imperial Russia.
    • HIST 2032.03: Twentieth Century Germany.
    • HIST 2041.03: France from the Revolution to the Great War.
    • HIST 2055.03: War and Society since 1945.
    • HIST 2060X/Y.06: The Civilization of Baroque Italy.
    • HIST 2061.03: Civilization of Baroque Italy.
    • HIST 2074X/Y.06: Introduction of the History of Science.
    • HIST 2081X/Y.06: Twentieth-Century Europe in Literature, Art and Film.
    • HIST 2082.03: Twentieth-Century Europe in Literature, Art and Film.
    • HIST 2088.03: Greek Culture from Palace to Polis.
    • HIST 2089.03: Greek Culture from Polis to Cosmopolis.
    • HIST 2090.03: The Rise of Rome: 1000-31 BCE.
    • HIST 2091.03: The Roman Empire: Cycles of Collapse and Rebirth.
    • HIST 2101.03: Medieval England.
    • HIST 2106.03: Tudor and Stuart England, 1485-1688.
    • HIST 2111.03: Modern Britain to 1884.
    • HIST 2112.03: Modern Britain from 1880 to 1980.
    • HIST 2153.03: Scotland from the Earliest Times to the Reformation.
    • HIST 2211.03: Social History of Canada before 1870.
    • HIST 2212.03: Social History of Canada since 1870.
    • HIST 2221.03: Rough Justice - Order, Disorder and Canadian Popular Culture to the 1890s.
    • HIST 2222.03: Rough Justice - Order, Disorder and Canadian Popular Culture, 1890s to the Present.
    • HIST 2231.03: The Making of Modern Canada: Canadian Political History, 1896 to the Present.
    • HIST 2235.03: History of Canadian Culture.
    • HIST 2250.03: History of the Canadian West.
    • HIST 2261.03: True Believers 1914 to Present - The Left and the Right in Canadian Politics.
    • HIST 2271.03: Atlantic Canada to Confederation: The Northeast in the Age of Empire, 1450-1867.
    • HIST 2272.03: Atlantic Canada since Confederation: Regionalism, Identity, and Development, 1867-2000.
    • HIST 2331.03: Creation of an American Republic: The United States, 1580-1865.
    • HIST 2332.03: The American Republic from 1865 to 1990.
    • HIST 2333.03: The Politics of Reform in Twentieth-Century America.
    • HIST 2335.03: Modern American Culture.
    • HIST 2336.03: The American Century: American Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century.
    • HIST 2381.03: Latin America.
    • HIST 2382.03: Central America to 1979.
    • HIST 2383.03: Area Studies on Mexico and Central America.
    • HIST 2384.03: Cuba from Colonial Times.
    • HIST 2385.03: The Cuban Cultural Revolution.
    • HIST 2386.03: Colonial Latin America.
    • HIST 2387.03: Latin America Since Independence.
    • HIST 2388.03: Latin American Dictators in the Novel.
    • HIST 2392.03: Introduction to Caribbean History (1450 to the Present).
    • HIST 2425.03: Africa Before 1900.
    • HIST 2426.03: Africa Since 1900.
    • HIST 2502.03: The Ottoman Empire and Its Legacy in the Middle East, 1750-1923.
    • HIST 2503.03: From Cordoba to Jakarta: Islamic Civilizations in a Global Perspective (Seventh-Eighteenth Centuries).
    • HIST 2504.03: A History of the Modern Middle East.
    • HIST 2505.03: Turbans and Berets: A Modern History of Iraq.
    • HIST 2510.03: Modern History of South Asia.
    • HIST 2520.03: Ancient Israel in her Near Eastern Context.
    • HIST 2614.03: Making Gender - Male and Female from Antiquity to Mary Wollstonecraft.
    • HIST 2615.03: Making Gender - Male and Female from the American Revolution to the present.
    • HIST 2711.03: Struggles that Shaped the Modern World: 1600-1900.
    • HIST 2712.03: Freedom Fighters or Terrorists? Revolution, Nationalism and Anti-Imperialism in the 20th Century.
    • HIST 3000.03: Topics in Early Modern European History.
    • HIST 3002.03: The Medieval Church.
    • HIST 3003.03: Celtic Britain and Ireland to 1066.
    • HIST 3006.03: Renaissance and Reformation Europe, 1348-1559.
    • HIST 3007.03: The European Enlightenment.
    • HIST 3013.03: Sex and Gender in Reformation Europe.
    • HIST 3020.03: Fall of the Roman Republic.
    • HIST 3030.03: Russian Intellectual History.
    • HIST 3040X/Y.06: Culture and Behaviour in France, 1550-1750.
    • HIST 3045.03: The French Revolution.
    • HIST 3049.03: The First World War.
    • HIST 3050.03: Europe and World War Two.
    • HIST 3051X/Y.06: Fascist and National Socialist Movements in Europe, 1900-1945.
    • HIST 3056.03: The Holocaust: The Destruction of the Jews of Europe, 1933-1945.
    • HIST 3073.03: History of Marine Sciences.
    • HIST 3075.03: Science and Religion: Historical Perspectives.
    • HIST 3090.03: Russian Society.
    • HIST 3092.03: Russian Topics.
    • HIST 3094.03: Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky: Their Life and Works.
    • HIST 3096.03: The History of Ideas in Russia - From Official Nationality to Solzhenitsyn's Neo-Slavophilism.
    • HIST 3102.03: Seminar in Tudor History, 1485-1603.
    • HIST 3103.03: Seminar in Stuart History, 1603-1688.
    • HIST 3105X/Y.03: The English Civil War.
    • HIST 3107.03: The English Family and Household.
    • HIST 3108.03: Topics in the Social and Cultural History of England, c. 1500-1850: Madness and Marginality.
    • HIST 3109.03: Topics in the Social and Cultural History of England, c. 1500-1850: Everyday Life.
    • HIST 3112.03: England, 1867-1914.
    • HIST 3113.03: Britain in the Age of the First World War.
    • HIST 3114.03: Britain in the age of the Second World War.
    • HIST 3210.03: Canadian Cultural Landscapes.
    • HIST 3220.03: Youth Culture in Canada, 1950s to 1970s.
    • HIST 3222.03: Topics in Canadian Social History, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
    • HIST 3223.03: The Caring Society? - Welfare in Canada since 1900.
    • HIST 3226.03: Law and Justice in Canadian Society, to 1890.
    • HIST 3227.03: Criminal Law, Crime and Punishment in Canadian Society, 1890 to the present.
    • HIST 3245.03: French Canada.
    • HIST 3260.03: History of the Canadian West.
    • HIST 3273.03: Nova Scotia: Pre-Confederation.
    • HIST 3274.03: Nova Scotia: Post-Confederation.
    • HIST 3282.03: Public History.
    • HIST 3293X/Y.06: The Political Economy of the Car: Fordism and Post-Fordism in International Perspective.
    • HIST 3300.03: Topics in the History of the Americas, 1450-1870.
    • HIST 3335.03: The Cold War, 1945-1989.
    • HIST 3350.03: Family and Community in North America, 1600-1900.
    • HIST 3360.03: Enslavement and Emancipation: African-Americans in the U.S. South to 1900.
    • HIST 3361.03: The American Civil War and Reconstruction.
    • HIST 3365.03: The Vietnam War.
    • HIST 3367.03: The History of Modern Intelligence in War and Diplomacy.
    • HIST 3368.03: America in the 1950s.
    • HIST 3369.03: America in the 1960s.
    • HIST 3370.03: North American Landscapes.
    • HIST 3390.03: Latin America: Revolution and Repression.
    • HIST 3393.03: Indigenous Movements in Latin America.
    • HIST 3430.03: The Making of Colonial Africa, c. 1850 - 1930.
    • HIST 3431.03: Struggles in The City: Labour, Migration and Urban Life in Colonial Africa.
    • HIST 3435.03: The Rise and Fall of African Slavery.
    • HIST 3451.03: Southern Africa to 1860.
    • HIST 3452.03: South Africa since 1860.
    • HIST 3470.03: Wars and Revolutions in Nineteenth-Century Africa.
    • HIST 3471.03: Wars and Revolutions in Twentieth-Century Africa.
    • HIST 3500.03: Topics in Global History.
    • HIST 3509.03: Caliphs and Khans: Islamic Civilization in the ?bbasid and Mongol Age (750-1400).
    • HIST 3510.03: Sultans and Shahs: Politics and Religion in the Islamic Gunpowder Age (1500 - 1800).
    • HIST 3511.03: Ancient and Medieval History of the Persianate World.
    • HIST 3512.03: Modern History of Iran.
    • HIST 3513.03: From Cairo to Cape Town: Religious Revival, Identity and Colonialism in Muslim Africa.
    • HIST 3515.03: Food for Thought: History and the Culinary Cultures of the Islamic World.
    • HIST 3551.03: Topics in Modern History.
    • HIST 3750.03: Social History of Seafaring: Maritime Culture in the Age of Sail.
    • HIST 4001.03: Directed Readings.
    • HIST 4003.03: Medieval Civilization.
    • HIST 4004.03: Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England.
    • HIST 4045.03: The French Revolution.
    • HIST 4104.15: Punishment, Crime, and the Courts in Early Modern England, c. 1550-1850.
    • HIST 4105.03: The English Civil War: Society, Religion, and Politics, 1603 - 1660.
    • HIST 4106.03: Topics in Early Modern English History.
    • HIST 4110X/Y.06: Rome and the East.
    • HIST 4117.03: Winston Churchill.
    • HIST 4162X/Y.06: Advanced Seminar in Baroque Culture.
    • HIST 4222.03: Topics in Canadian Social History, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
    • HIST 4250.03: Popular Culture in the Atlantic World, 1650-1850.
    • HIST 4260.03: Cowboys in North American History and Culture.
    • HIST 4300.03: Topics in Latin American History.
    • HIST 4400.03: Topics in African History.
    • HIST 4401.03: State Violence, Communal Conflict and Criminality in Modern South Africa.
    • HIST 4475.03: African Intellectuals and the Modern Experience.
    • HIST 4500.03: Topics in Modern History.
    • HIST 4510.03: Topics in Islamic and Middle East History.
    • HIST 4545.03: Scripture and Statecraft: History of Islamic Political Thought.
    • HIST 4550.03: Orientalism and Occidentalism.
    • HIST 4555.03: A Dream Palace or a Bitter Reality: Arab Intellectuals and their Ideologies in the Modern Period.
    • HIST 4600.03: Topics in Late Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century American and British History.
    • HIST 4613.03: Women's Suffrage from the French Revolution to World War I.
    • HIST 4614.03: Topics in the History of Sexuality.
    • HIST 4639.03: Britain, Appeasement, and the Origins of the Second World War.
    • HIST 4986X/Y.06: The Varieties of History.
    • HIST 4987.03: The Historiography of American Foreign Relations, 1776-1945.
    • HIST 4988.03: The Historiography of American Foreign Relations Post-1945.
    • HIST 4990X/Y.06: Honours Essay in History.

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