Course Director: J. Edmondson, 2178 Vari Hall, (416)736-2100 x30417, firstname.lastname@example.org
Second Course Director TBA
Course Calendar Description: A study of the Greek and Roman world, with particular emphasis on its social, economic and intellectual history, using primary sources archaeological, epigraphic and literary wherever possible.
Course Director: TBA
Course Calendar Description: The course provides an introduction to the history, theory and methodology of Classical Greek and Roman Archaeology. It examines key archaeological excavations in the Graeco-Roman world to explore the history of Greek and Roman archaeology, circa 1700 to the present. Introducing students to the formation processes of the archaeological record, it also examines modern archaeological methodology, theory and recording techniques.
Course Director: M. Schotte, 2138 Vari Hall, (416)736-2100 x30418 , email@example.com
Course Calendar Description: This course surveys the economic, political, social and cultural evolution of Europe from the fall of the Roman Empire to the 17th century. Course credit exclusions: GL/HIST 2600 6.00 (prior to Fall 2014), GL/HIST 3225 3.00.
Course Calendar Description: An introduction to the development of modern Europe from the emergence of the seaborne empires to the First World War. Each week, there will be two lectures on aspects of European society, politics and intellectual life during the past three centuries. Course credit exclusions: GL/HIST 2905 6.00, GL/HUMA 2905 6.00, GL/SOSC 2905 6.00.
PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AK/HIST 2520 6.00, AS/HIST 2300 6.00, GL/HIST 2905 6.00, GL/HUMA 2905 6.00, GL/SOSC 2905 6.00.
Course Director: W. Wicken, 2192 Vari Hall, (416)736-2100 x66963, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Calendar Description: From the arrival of its first human inhabitants tens of thousands of years ago to its increasingly globalized contemporary population, Canada has undergone numerous transformations. This course will examine the history of Canada from its earliest times to the present focusing of key transformations in the country's environmental, social, political, economic and cultural history. This survey of the nation-state from coast to coast to coast will introduce students to the main themes in Canadian history. It will trace broad changes over time and the consequences of colonization, ecological transformation, the development of an industrial capitalist economy, the emergence of the Canadian state, the role of global imperialism, urbanization, and Canada's changing position in international politics. In a country that is in the midst of tremendous change this course will help students understand the transformations of the past and the roots of our present circumstances.
B. Cothran, 2132 Vari Hall, (416)736-2100 x66959, email@example.com
Course Calendar Description: An overview of the United States from pre-colonization to the present. First term examines Native/European encounters, American Revolution, slavery, westward expansion, and Civil War. Second term traces the rise of the US. as an economic and military superpower, and the struggle for civil rights. Themes include race, immigration, religion, federal power, gender and the impact of social movements. PRIOR TO FALL 2014: Course credit exclusion: GL/HIST 2570 6.00.
Course Director: A. Rubenstein, 818 Kaneff Tower, (416)736-2100 x66961, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Calendar Description: Introduces students to Latin America as an area of historical study. It provides a broad outline of major themes in Latin American history from the conquest era to the present day (15th-21st centuries) and an introduction to some of the key concepts and issues in the historiography. Course credit exclusion: AP/HIST 2720 6.00.
Course Director: D. Trotman, 326 Founders College, (416)736-2100 x33192, email@example.com
Special Features: This is an online course.
Course Calendar Description:
Introduces students to some of the major themes of Caribbean historical evolution from its indigenous occupation to 20th century socio-political developments. The emphasis is on providing a broad outline and an introduction to some of the key concepts and issues in the historiography of the Caribbean. Course credit exclusion: AP/HIST 2730 6.00.
Course Director: P. Lovejoy, 329 York Lanes, (416)736-2100 x66917, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Calendar Description: The history of the African continent from 1800 to the present, concentrating on such major themes as political and economic change in pre-colonial African states, the impact of colonial rule and the emergence of modern nationalism.
Course Director: T. Abdullah, 2158 Vari Hall, (416)736-2100 x30412, email@example.com
Course Calendar Description:
This course explores the development and nature of Islamic civilization from the seventh century to 1400 AD.