Designated Courses Eligible for the Certificate in Public History

Course descriptions can be found on the Academic Calendar website. 

*Please note that not all courses will be offered every year.

 

Courses in the Department of History, LA&PS

AP/HIST 1025 6.0 Ancient North America from the Last Ice Age to European Contact
Cross-listed with AP/INDG 1025 6.0 Ancient North America
from the Last Ice Age to European Contact

AP/HIST 1040 6.0 Popular Uses of History: An Introduction to Public History

AP/HIST 2150 6.0 Classical Greek and Roman Archaeology: An Introduction
Cross-listed with AP/CLST 2150 6.0 Classical Greek and
Roman Archaeology: An Introduction

AP/HIST 3356 3.0 Greeks in the World. A History of Greek Migration and Diaspora in the 20th century

AP/HIST 3357 6.0 Greece: A Modern History, from 1800 to the present (SUMMER ABROAD COURSE)

AP/HIST 3392 3.0 The Spanish Civil War

AP/HIST 3535 6.0 African Canadian History

AP/HIST 3546 6.0 History of Indigenous Peoples in Canada

AP/HIST 3622 3.0 The US Civil War in American History and Public Memory

AP/HIST 3874 3.0 Food in the Americas, 1500-2000

AP/HIST 4082 6.0 Re-framing the Past: Films as History

AP/HIST 4850 6.0 History of Me: The Genealogy Workshop

AP/HIST 4470 6.0 War, Sex and Drink: Modern Britain in the Archives

AP/HIST 4085 6.0 Digital History

AP/HIST 4230 6.0 Technologies of Communication: A History of Reading from the Codex to the Kindle
Cross-listed with AP/EN 4480 6.0 Technologies of Communication: A History of Reading from the Codex to the Kindle

AP/HIST 4470 6.0 War, Sex and Drink: Modern Britain in the Archives

AP/HIST 4508 6.0 Cultures and Colonialism: Canada, 1600-1900

AP/HIST 4520 6.0 Metis History in North America: From the Ethnogenesis of a New People in the 17th-Century Fur Trade to their Fight for Rights in the 21st Century

AP/HIST 4530 6.0 The Development of Toronto

AP/HIST 4581 6.0 Worry and Wonder: Jewish Politics, Society and Religion in Canada.

AP/HIST 4800 6.0 The Science of Society: Social Thought in North America, 1890-1940.
Cross-listed with AP/HUMA 4220 6.0 The Science of Society: Social Thought in North America, 1890-1940

AP/HIST 4840 6.0 Public History (AP/HIST 4840 6.00 or GL/HIST 4310 6.0 are mandatory)

AP/HIST 4850 6.0 History of Me: The Genealogy Workshop

 

Courses in Visual Art and Art History, AMPD

FA/ARTH 2800B/3800B (6.0) Rome: Open City / Roma: città aperta (SUMMER ABROAD COURSE)

FA/ARTH 3345 3.0 Visual Culture in Modern Asia

FA/ARTH 3400 3.0 Cabinets of Curiosities

FA/ARTH 3610 3.0 Art Institutions/Art Networks: Introduction to Museums, Galleries and Visual Art Organizations (FA/ARTH 3610 3.0 or FA/ARTH 3611 3.0  are mandatory)

FA/ARTH 3611 3.0  Curatorial Studies: Practices of Display

FA/ARTH 3650 3.0 Art in Crisis

FA/ARTH 3680E 3.0 1960s Art in the USA and Europe

FA/ARTH 3680Q 3.0 Jewish Museums, Identity, and Public Memory
Cross-listed with AP/HUMA 3405 3.0 Jewish Museums, Identity, and Public Memory

FA/ARTH 3680N 3.0 Art, Politics and Society

FA/ARTH 3710 6.0 Memory and Place

FA/ARTH 4310 3.0 Art Criticism: Principles and Practice

FA/ARTH 4340 3.0 Public Art and Community

FA/ARTH 4400 3.0 The Sensorium

FA/ARTH 4610 3.0 The Senses in Art

FA/ARTH 4631 3.0 Nazi-Art Crime, Theft, Recovery, and Restitution
Cross-listed with AP/HUMA 4631 3.0 Nazi-Art Crime, Theft, Recovery, and Restitution

FA/ARTH 4640A 3.0 Art, History, and the Archive

FA/ARTH 4720F 3.0 Canadian Architecture, 1800-1870

FA/ARTH 4720H 3.0 Canadian Architecture, 1870-1900

FA/ARTH 4800I 3.0 Art of the Arctic

FA/ARTH 4800J 3.0 Photography in Contemporary Art

 

Courses in the Department of Humanities, LAPS

HUMA 4156 6.0/3.0 Culture in Objects: The Humanities and Material Culture Studies

 

Courses in the Department of Social Science, LAPS

SOSC 3115M 3.0  Special Topics in Health & Society: Mental Health Practice

 

Courses in the Department of History, Glendon College

GL/HIST 3242 3.0 (EN) Memory and public history

GL/HIST 3242 3.0 (FR) Mémoire et histoire publique

GL/HIST 3425 6.0 (EN) Food: A Social and Cultural Journey

GL/HIST 3601 3.0 (FR) Cinéma et photographie en histoire du 20e siècle
Cross-listed with GL/HUMA 3601 3.0 (FR) Cinéma et photographie en histoire du 20e siècle

GL/HIST 3700 3.0 (EN) World War I

GL/HIST 4310 6.0 (FR): Histoire vivante: créer l'histoire publique du grand Toronto
(AP/HIST 4840 6.00 or GL/HIST 4310 6.0 are mandatory)

 

Courses in the Drama Studies Programme, Glendon College

GL/DRST 3210 3.0 (EN) Theatre Performance Outdoor

GL/DRST 3633 3.0 (EN) Indigenous Drama and Theatre
Cross-listed with GL/EN 3633 3.0 (EN) Indigenous Drama and Theatre, GL/HUMA 3633 3.0 (EN) Indigenous Drama and Theatre, GL/CDNS 3633 3.0 (EN) Indigenous Drama and Theatre

 

Courses in the Department of Hispanic Studies, Glendon College

GL/SP 4701 3.0 (SP) Hispanic Cultural Traditions in the GTA.  A Life Narrative Project