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 Cycle of Course Offerings in Historical Studies

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Please note that this schedule has not been finalized and is subject to change. Students are therefore urged to consult the page which lists courses for specific semesters, or contact the Program Chair.

Students should also note that H3840, "Historical Methods" – a course that is required of all Majors and Minors – is offered only once every three semesters. In other words, in certain years it will not be offered at all. It is therefore imperative that you plan your program carefully with the advice of the Program Chair, and that you take this course when it is available.

Finally, please note that our program is structured in such a way that Historical Studies majors must take a balance of four (4) "Early" and four (4) "Late" courses from the selection of 2000 and 3000-level offerings. In the offerings listed below, "E" stands for "Early" and "L for "Late".

2015-2016

The following list of courses is subject to revision. Dr. Olaf Janzen will be on leave during the 2015-2016 academic year. Dr. Bonnie White will therefore teach at Grenfell Campus in 2015-2016.

Fall 2015

 

Course (E or L)

Description

Instructor

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

R. Baehre

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

E. Bezzina

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

B. White
​2210 (L) Modern Canada​ ​R. Baehre

2700 (E)

Art History Survey I t.b.a.

3320 (E)

Early Modern France, 1500-1789 E. Bezzina
​3370 (E) German History I, To the Mid-19th Century​ ​B. White

3525 (L)

Aboriginal History From 1763 R. Baehre
​3700 (E) ​Art History: The Italian Renaissance G. Curtis​​
​3807 (L) World War I in Historical Perspective​ ​B. White

4950

Independent Project

various


Winter 2016

Course (E or L)

Description

Instructor

1101

Introduction to History [1815 to the Present]

B. White

1101

Introduction to History [1815 to the Present]

E. Bezzina

2040 (E)

History of Rome

C. King

2701 (L)

Art History Survey II

t.b.a.

3330 (L)

France, 1750-1852

E. Bezzina

​3380 (L) German History II, Since the Mid-19th Century​ ​B. White

3445 (E)

Witchcraft and the Witch-Hunts in Early Modern Europe

E. Bezzina

​3450 (E) Tudor & Stuart Britain, 1485-1712​ ​B. White
3701 (E)​ Art History: The Renaissance Outside Italy​ ​G. Curtis

4480

Oral History

R. Baehre

​4950 Independent Project​ ​various

2016-2017

Not all of the courses to be taught this year have been finalized. In addition to the courses described in the table below, Dr. Baehre will teach two courses at the 2000- or 3000-level that are yet to be identified. These will be posted as soon as they have been determined.

Fall 2016

 

Course (E or L)

Description

Instructor

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

R. Baehre

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

E. Bezzina

1100

Introduction to History [ca. 1500-1815]

O. Janzen

2320 (E)

Medieval Europe to 1050 E. Bezzina

2700 (E)

Art History Survey I t.b.a.

3090 (E)

Alexander and the Macedonians C. King

3110 (E)

History of Newfoundland to 1815

O. Janzen
​3840 Historical Methods​ R. Baehre​

4950

Independent Project

various


Winter 2017

Course (E or L)

Description

Instructor

1101

Introduction to History [1815 to the Present]

R. Baehre

1101

Introduction to History [1815 to the Present]

E. Bezzina

2035 (E)

History of Classical Greece

C. King

2330 (E)

Medieval Europe, 1050 to the Reformation

E. Bezzina

2701 (L)

Art History Survey II

t.b.a.

3120 (L)

Modern Newfoundland Since 1815

O. Janzen

3135 (E)

France in the Americas

E. Bezzina

3840

Historical Methods

R. Baehre

4101

The Renaissance in Europe, 1400-1550

E. Bezzina

4950

Independent Project

various


 

2017-2018

Fall 2017

 

 
Course (E or L)
 
Description
Instructor
1100
Introduction to History [ca 1500 - 1815] R. Baehre
1100
Introduction to History [ca 1500 - 1815] E. Bezzina
1100 Introduction to History [ca 1500 - 1815] O. Janzen
4950
Independent Project various
 


 

 

 

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