Courses Cross-listed with History (Offered by Other Departments)

 

*The below courses are cross-listed with History courses but are administered by other departments. For assistance in enrolling, please contact the department indicated.


AP/HIST 1190 6.0 cross-listed with AP/HUMA 1880 6.0 The Jewish Experience, Civilization and Culture

*This course is offered by the Department of Humanities. For more information: http://huma.laps.yorku.ca/courses/*

An examination of the interaction of Jews and gentiles in selected periods from antiquity through the 20th century. A case study in ethnic adaptation, the course seeks to understand how Jews sometimes adapted their lives to the world around them, and at other times withdrew into themselves, and how at certain times they exerted considerable influence on the people among whom they lived or who lived among them.

Course credit exclusion: AP/HUMA 2850 9.00 (prior to Fall 2014).

Note: History Majors and Minors cannot take this course to satisfy the six credits required at the 1000-level in History for major or minor credit.


AP/HIST 2810 3.0 cross-listed with SC/STS 2010 3.0 History of Modern Science

*This course is offered by the Department of Science & Technology Studies. For more information: http://sts.info.yorku.ca/course-information/*

This course explores some of the central issues and theories in the history of physical and life sciences since the Renaissance.  The focus is on the institutional trends and changing conceptual frameworks as they related to larger societal change. One term. Three credits. Course credit exclusions: AK/HIST 2120 6.00, AK/ STS 2010 6.00, SC/ STS 2010 6.00, AP/ HIST 2810 6.00.


AP/HIST 2822 3.0 cross-listed with SC/STS 2210 3.0 Technology in the Modern World

*This course is offered by the Department of Science & Technology Studies. For more information: http://sts.info.yorku.ca/course-information/*

Examines the critical interconnections among technology, politics, culture, the arts, the sciences and social life. Specific topics will vary from year to year, covering social and historical contexts that may include Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia between 1500 and the present. Course Credit Exclusions: AP/HUMA 2412 3.00, SC/STS 3700 6.00, AP/HUMA 3700 6.00


*This course is offered by the Department of Humanities. For more information: http://huma.laps.yorku.ca/courses/*

This course examines the evolution of anti-Jewish thought and behaviour as a response to the crisis of modernity. It examines the role of antisemitism in 19th- and 20th-century European ideological, political and socio-economic developments and the Jewish responses to antisemitism.

 


AP/HIST 3880 6.0 cross-listed with AP/SOSC 3090 6.0 Medicine and North American Society in Historical Perspective

*This course is offered by the Department of Social Science. For more information: http://sosc.laps.yorku.ca/*

This course explores North American social and cultural responses to disease. It offers a critical, historical evaluation of the ways in which science accorded medicine a new intellectual and institutional status that transformed explanations for disease and patterns of healing/caregiving.


AP/HIST 4087 3.0 cross-listed with AP/HUMA 4227 3.0 Mind and Matter in Victorian Culture

*This course is offered by the Department of Humanities. For more information: http://huma.laps.yorku.ca/courses/*

Through a reading of the contemporary scientific literature on materialism, the mind and the economy, this course examines Victorian debates on science and its application to pressing moral and social problems.

Course credit exclusion: AP/HUMA 4227 6.00.

PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AS/HUMA 4225B 6.00 (prior to Fall/Winter 2003-2004), AS/HUMA 4227 6.00.


AP/HIST 4161 6.0 cross-listed with GL/HIST 4161 6.0 Food and Society in the Ancient World

*This course is offered by the Department of History, Glendon. For more information: https://www.glendon.yorku.ca/history/wp-content/uploads/sites/48/Descriptions-of-Courses-Offered-in-2019-2020.pdf*

This course analyzes the history of food and eating behaviours in ancient Greece and the Roman world. It considers the cultural and historically specific aspects of food related behaviours and engages the diversity of source material such as archaeological data, iconography, and epigraphy.


AP/HIST 4225 cross-listed with AP/HUMA 4803 6.0 Church, Mosque and Synagogue: Jews, Muslims and Christians in Medieval Spain

*This course is offered by the Department of Humanities. For more information: http://huma.laps.yorku.ca/courses/*

This course explores the contours of Christian-Muslim-Jewish co-existence in medieval Spain, focusing on religious and social themes. Topics include conversion, cross-traditional intellectual stimuli, sacred violence and positive images of the religious other.

Course credit exclusions: None.

PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AS/HUMA 4000V 6.00 (prior to Fall/Winter 2003-2004), AS/HUMA 4803 6.00.