3000-level courses, 2019-20 – more details to be added as they become available

All 3000-level courses require at least a previous 2000-level course in history or third-year standing and 1.0 credit in History. Scheduled times will be available at the end of May in Carleton Central. Please check Carleton Central regularly for any changes. Classroom locations will be posted by September 1.

The Department of History is offering multiple sections of HIST 3908. Students who plan to register in more than one section in the same semester must fill out an override request through Carleton Central for each additional section as the registration system automatically prevents registering in more than one section in the same semester. Please contact the Undergraduate Administrator, Tanya Schwartz, if you require assistance.

Courses Timetable Instructor
HIST 3005A: Medieval Aristocratic Life (field a) Fall S. Keeshan
HIST 3009A: Studies in Greek History (Field a) Winter offered by Classics
HIST 3109A: Social History of Alcohol (field e) Winter R. Phillips
HIST 3111A: History of Humanitarian Aid (field e) Fall D. Marshall
HIST 3115A: Childhood and Youth in History (field e) Fall D. Marshall
HIST 3120O: History of the Body (field e) Winter – online D. Kinsey
HIST 3205A: Canadian Business History – “TBC” (field c) Fall M. Bellamy
HIST 3304A: Canadian-United States Relations (field c) Winter TBC
HIST 3305A/B: Crime and State in History (Field e) Fall offered by Law
HIST 3305C: Crime and State in History (Field e) Winter offered by Law
HIST 3305V: Crime and State in History (Field e) Winter – CUOL offered by Law
HIST 3310A: Animals in History (field c or e) Fall P. Anderson
HIST 3413A: The U.S. and Its Borderlands (field c) Winter M. Hogue
HIST 3505A: Women in Canada (field c) Winter TBC
HIST 3511A: Themes in Indigenous History – “Metis Communities in Canada” (field c) Winter B. Michaud
HIST 3515O: Madness in Modern Times (field e) Winter – online J. Miller
HIST 3710A: Themes in Caribbean History – “The Dark Side of Paradise: Knowledge, Power and Imperialism the Caribbean” (field d) Winter A. Diptee
HIST 3712A: Social History of Mexico (field d) Winter S. Lipsett-Rivera
HIST 3713A: Gender & Sexuality in Latin America (field d) Fall S. Lipsett-Rivera
HIST 3715A: Themes in South Asian History – “Gandhi and the Modern World” (field d) Fall C. Jangam
HIST 3719A: South African War, 1899-1902 (field d) Fall R. Patterson
HIST 3805A: Twentieth-Century China (field d) Fall J. Kovalio
HIST 3806A: Japan since 1945 (field d) Fall J. Kovalio
HIST 3807A: Practicum in History Fall D. Dean
HIST 3807A: Practicum in History Winter D. Dean
HIST 3809A: Historical Representations (field e) Fall J. Walsh
HIST 3810B: Historical Theory Winter J. Opp
HIST 3812A: Digital History (field e) Fall S. McCready
HIST 3813A: Problems in Global and Transnational Histories (field d or e) Fall A. Johnston
HIST 3902B: Topics in European History – “Religious Conflict and Civil War in France, 1534-1685” (field a) Winter P. Fitzgerald
HIST 3905A: Topics in International History – “Early Middle East” (field b) Fall TBC
HIST 3905A: Topics in International History – “Modern Middle East” (field b) Winter TBC
HIST 3907A: Transnational Topic – “The Ottoman Empire (1453-1808)” (field e) Winter TBC
HIST 3908A: Thematic Topic: TBC (field e) Fall M. Anderson
HIST 3908A: Thematic Topic: “Creating History: Writing Historical Fiction and Narrative History” (field e) Winter TBC
HIST 3908B: Thematic Topic: “Uses and Abuses of Radio in History” (field e) Fall S. Graham

The Department of History is offering multiple sections of HIST 3908. Students who plan to register in more than one section in the same semester must fill out an override request through Carleton Central for each additional section as the registration system automatically prevents registering in more than one section in the same semester. Please contact the Undergraduate Administrator, Tanya Schwartz, if you require assistance.

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