2017-18 – First Year Seminars (FYSM)

First-year seminars offer incoming students a chance to work with faculty in a small class setting, exploring selected, thematic issues and learning about some of the methodological tools historians employ.

These courses are restricted to first-year students only. Scheduled times will be available in late May in Carleton Central. Please check  Carleton Central regularly for any changes. Classroom locations will be posted by September 1.

Course Timetable Instructor
FYSM 1405A: Turning Points in History – “The Long Civil Rights Movement” (Field c) Fall/Winter P. Walker
FYSM 1405B: Turning Points in History – “Victorian London” (Field b or e) Fall/Winter D. Kinsey
FYSM 1405C: Turning Points in History – “The French Revolution” (Field b or e) Fall/Winter R. Phillips
FYSM 1405E: Turning Points in History – “Prohibition in Canada, 1916-1930: Bootleggers, Mobsters and the War on Alcohol” (Field c or e) Fall/Winter M. Bellamy

2017-18 – First year lecture courses (1000-level)

1000-level courses offer broad surveys of time and space, and are designed to ease the transition to university work. First-year history majors may also wish to consider enrolling in a history-based First Year Seminar (FYSM 1405).  Scheduled times will be available in late May in Carleton Central. Please check Carleton Central regularly for any changes. Classroom locations will be posted by September 1.

Course Timetable Instructor
HIST 1001A: The Making of Europe (Field a or b) Fall/Winter M. Saurette & TBC
HIST 1001B: The Making of Europe (Field a or b) Fall/Winter TBC
HIST 1002A: Europe in the 20th Century (Field b) Fall/Winter TBC
HIST 1300A: The Making of Canada (Field c) Fall/Winter M. Bellamy
HIST 1300B: The Making of Canada (Field c) Fall/Winter B. Elliott & N. Hillmer
HIST 1300C: The Making of Canada (Field c) Fall/Winter M. Hogue & M. Bellamy
HIST 1707A: World History (Field a or d) Fall/Winter A. Diptee & C. Jangam
HIST 1707B: World History (Field a or d) Fall/Winter TBC & C. Jangam


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