Graduate Courses, 2019-2020

Since a number of graduate courses are negotiated with individual instructors according to student needs, many of them are not listed as part of the regular course schedule. Therefore, directed studies, reading courses, and courses related to the thesis-writing stage will not be listed below, but students are encouraged to consult the graduate calendar for the full range of courses we offer. Ph.D. students in particular are encouraged to discuss course options with their supervisor or the graduate supervisor. Note that the public history graduate courses are available to all interested graduate students, and are not restricted solely to those in the public history stream. Scheduled times will be available in late May in Carleton Central. Please checkĀ CarletonĀ Central regularly for any changes. Classroom locations will be posted by September 1.

Please note that we no longer cross-list graduate courses with fourth-year seminars.

Disclaimer: this list of courses is drawn up several months in advance and is subject to change.

Course Timetable Instructor
HIST 5003F: Historical Theory and Method Fall/Winter P. Nelles
HIST 5211F: Consumption Fall D. Kinsey
HIST 5315W: State and Society in Canada: History of Human Rights in Canada Winter D. Marshall
HIST 5410A: United States History Special Topics: The Global Cold War Fall C. Sobers
HIST 5700F: Introduction to Public History Fall D. Dean
HIST 5701W: Archival Theory and Practice Winter S. Perry and A. Tector
HIST 5702F: Public History Special Topics: “Beyond the Written Wor(l)d: Materiality and Aurality as Historical Evidence Fall A. Adamek
HIST 5706F: Digital History Fall S. Graham
HIST 5707W: Narrativity and Performance in Public History Winter D. Dean
HIST 5710W: Race and Empire Winter C. Jangam
HIST 6808T: Historical Theory and Method Fall/Winter J. Evans