4000-level seminars, 2018-19 – more courses to be added as they become available

4000-level seminars are primarily for Honours students in History who are at the fourth-year level. If you are a fourth-year Honours student in a program other than History and wish to take a 4000-level History seminar, please submit an override request through Carleton Central. Override requests will be reviewed by the instructor who may provide permission to register for individual students outside of History. The department recommends that students have completed a lower-level course in the field(s) of the seminar(s) they intend to take.  Some instructors regard such preparation as very important; others do not. If you have not taken a course that would provide preparation for a particular seminar, you should always speak with the instructor first.

Scheduled times will be available at the end of June in Carleton Central. Please check Carleton Central for any changes. Classroom locations will be posted by September 1.

Course Timetable Instructor
HIST 4006A: Seminar in Medieval History: Digitizing Medieval Manuscripts Fall/Winter (Full Year) M. Saurette
HIST 4201A: Modern European History – Everyday Life in the Soviet Union Fall E. Fraser
HIST 4201A: Modern European History – Paris in the Jazz Age Winter S. Whitney
HIST 4302A: Canada: Ideas and Culture – “Making Documentary History Fall/Winter (Full Year) M. Ostroff
HIST 4303A: Society and Culture in Canada – “Maps and Mapping in Canadian History Winter J. Walsh
HIST 4304A: Canada: Politics & Society Nationalism, Internationalism, and Political Culture Fall/Winter (Full Year) N. Hillmer
HIST 4400A: Seminar in U.S. History – “American Madness Fall/Winter (Full Year) J. Miller
HIST 4605A: The Balkans in Transition – 1918 to 1989 Fall offered by European and Russian Studies (EURUS)
HIST 4606A: Contemporary Europe: From Postwar to the European Union Winter offered by European and Russian Studies (EURUS)
HIST 4607A: Imperial Russia and the Russian Revolution Winter offered by European and Russian Studies (EURUS)
HIST 4704A: Caribbean and Latin American History – “The Inquisition Winter S. Lipsett-Rivera
HIST 4705A: Asian History – “From SAKOKU to TAIKOKU – The 150th Anniversary of the Meiji Restoration, Domestic and International Aspects of the Modernization of  Japan Fall J. Kovalio
HIST 4802A: Seminar in International History – “The great seminal catastrophe:  the First World War, the United States, and global disorder, 1898-1931 Fall/Winter (Full Year) A. Johnston
HIST 4805A: Seminar on a Transnational or Thematic Topic – “Bad Archaeology: The Trade in Human Remains & Other Antiquities Fall/Winter (Full Year) S. Graham

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