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  • Academic Title
    Master of Arts in History
  • Course description

    Our Masters is a thesis-based degree, in which students take two four-month courses, a seminar on historical method, and then embark on thesis research and writing. Masters students typically take from twelve to sixteenth months to complete the programme and produce a thesis of roughly 120-140 pages in length.

    • HIST 5000.03: Directed Readings.
    • HIST 5001.03: Directed Readings II.
    • HIST 5002X/Y.06: Selected Readings in History.
    • HIST 5004.03: Nature and Romanticism.
    • HIST 5007.03: The European Enlightenment.
    • HIST 5045.03: The French Revolution.
    • HIST 5056.03: Fascist and National Socialist Movements in Europe, 1900-1945.
    • HIST 5060.03: Topics in the Civilization of Baroque Italy.
    • HIST 5061.03: Prelates, Peasants and Primates: From Italian History to the Behavioral Sciences.
    • HIST 5090.03: Russian Society.
    • HIST 5104.03: Punishment, Crime, and the Courts in Early Modern England, c. 1550-1850.
    • HIST 5105.03: The English Civil War: Society, Religion and Politics 1603-1660.
    • HIST 5106.03: Topics in Early Modern English History.
    • HIST 5110X/Y.06: Rome and the East.
    • HIST 5117.03: Winston Churchill.
    • HIST 5160.03: Advanced Seminar in Baroque Culture.
    • HIST 5222.03: Topics in Canadian Social History.
    • HIST 5223.03: The Caring Society? - Welfare in Canada Since 1900.
    • HIST 5250.03: Popular Culture in the Atlantic World, 1650 to 1800.
    • HIST 5255.03: State and Society in Canadian History.
    • HIST 5260X/Y.03: Cowboys in North American History and Culture.
    • HIST 5300.03: Topics in Latin American History.
    • HIST 5320.03: Empowerment, Gender and Development.
    • HIST 5335.03: The Cold War.
    • HIST 5365.03: The Vietnam War.
    • HIST 5370.03: North American Landscapes.
    • HIST 5400.03: Topics in African History.
    • HIST 5430.03: Making of Colonial Africa (1850-1930).
    • HIST 5431.03: Struggles in the City: Labor, Migration and Urban Life in colonial Africa.
    • HIST 5435.03: Rise and Fall of African Slavery.
    • HIST 5452.03: South Africa Since 1860.
    • HIST 5470.03: Wars and Revolutions in Nineteenth Century Africa.
    • HIST 5471.03: Wars and Revolutions in Twentieth Century Africa.
    • HIST 5475.03: African Intellectuals and the Modern Experience.
    • HIST 5500.03: Topics in Modern History.
    • HIST 5503.03: Sultans and Shahs.
    • HIST 5510.03: Topics in Islam and Middle East History.
    • HIST 5545.03: Scripture and Statecraft: The History of Islamic Political Thought (7th-21st centuries).
    • HIST 5550.03: Orientalism and Occidentalism.
    • HIST 5600.03: Topics in Late 19th and 20th-Century American and British History.
    • HIST 5613.03: Women's Suffrage from the French Revolution to World War I.
    • HIST 5701.03: Medieval Civilization.
    • HIST 5702.03: The Medieval Church.
    • HIST 5703.03: England and the Celtic Realm 1000-1603.
    • HIST 5704.03: Crime and Society in Post-Conquest England.
    • HIST 5800.03: The Masters Seminar.
    • HIST 5988.03: The Historiography of US Foreign Relations.

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