3000-level courses, 2020-21 – 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. Following precautions for Covid-19, all courses are being offered online. Scheduled times (where applicable) will be available in Carleton Central. Please check Carleton Central regularly for any changes.

Please contact the Undergraduate Administrator, Tanya Schwartz, if you require assistance.

Courses Timetable Online Description (if applicable) * Instructor
HIST 3000A: Topics in Ancient History – “Introduction to Digital Archaeology” (field a) Fall Asynchronous** S. Graham
HIST 3006A: Medieval Religious Life (field a or e) Winter Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous M. Saurette
HIST 3009A: Studies in Greek History (Field a) Fall offered by Classics offered by Classics
HIST 3109A: Social History of Alcohol (field e) Winter Asynchronous** R. Phillips
HIST 3111A: History of Humanitarian Aid (field e) Winter D. Marshall
HIST 3120O: History of the Body (field e) Winter – online Asynchronous D. Kinsey
HIST 3205A: Canadian Business History – “The Brewing Industry, 1670-2020” (field c) Fall Asynchronous** M. Bellamy
HIST 3304A: Canadian-United States Relations (field c) Winter Synchronous N. Hillmer
HIST 3305A/B: Crime and State in History (field e) Fall offered by Law offered by Law
HIST 3305C: Crime and State in History (field e) Winter offered by Law offered by Law
HIST 3305V: Crime and State in History (field e) Winter – CUOL offered by Law offered by Law
HIST 3306A: Canada’s International Policies (field c) Fall Synchronous N. Hillmer
HIST 3310A: Animals in History (field c or e) Fall Asynchronous** J. Dean
HIST 3410O: Popular Culture in the US (field c) Winter – online Asynchronous J. Miller
HIST 3414A: The United States in the World (field c) Fall Asynchronous** C. Sobers
HIST 3507A: Canadian Immigration from 1875 (field c) Winter Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous D. McNeil
HIST 3510A: Indigenous People of Canada (field c) Fall Asynchronous** M. Hogue
HIST 3511A: Themes in Indigenous History – “TBC” (field c) Winter Asynchronous** B. Michaud
HIST 3704A: Aztecs (field d) Winter Asynchronous** S. Lipsett-Rivera
HIST 3717A: Gender and Sexuality in Africa (field d) Fall Synchronous S. Klausen
HIST 3805A: Twentieth-Century China (field d) Winter Synchronous J. Kovalio
HIST 3806A: Japan since 1945 (field d) Fall Synchronous J. Kovalio
HIST 3807A: Practicum in History Winter J. Walsh
HIST 3809A: Historical Representations (field e) Winter Asynchronous** J. Walsh
HIST 3810A: Historical Theory Fall Asynchronous** N. Leddy
HIST 3812A: Digital History (field e) Fall Asynchronous** S. McCready
HIST 3813A: Problems in Global and Transnational Histories (field d or e) Fall Synchronous A. Johnston
HIST 3902A: Topics in European History – “Sports in the Cold War” (field b) Winter Asynchronous** E. Fraser
HIST 3902C: Topics in European History – “The Politics of Religious Conflict in Europe 1559-1609” (field a) Winter Synchronous P. Fitzgerald
HIST 3905A: Topics in International History – “Modern Middle East” (field b) Fall Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous M. Petrou
HIST 3907A: Transnational Topic – “Cultural History of Disease” (field e) Winter Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous L. Jones
HIST 3908B: Thematic Topic – “Creating History – Writing Historical Fiction” (field e) Winter Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous J. St. Germain

The Department of History is offering multiple sections of HIST 3902 and 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.

* Online Course Descriptions:

  • Synchronous Courses
    A real-time, online course in which the instructor and students meet via web conferencing tools, at scheduled days and times. Students must be available at scheduled class times, within the structure, guidelines, and deadlines provided by the instructor. Additional activities and assignments will be made available via the course page for completion outside of class time. These courses require reliable, high-speed internet access, a computer with a camera and a microphone or a headset with a microphone.
  • Asynchronous Courses
    An online course in which there are no live, scheduled meetings. Students will access materials and complete activities available through the course page on their own time, within the structure, guidelines, and deadlines provided by the instructor. These courses require high-speed Internet access and a computer.
  • Courses Combining Synchronous and Asynchronous
    An online course in which there is a mixture of synchronous meetings and asynchronous activities. Students must be available at scheduled class times and be prepared to meet together for some of that time via web conferencing tools. The specific live meeting times will be provided by the instructor in the course outline. Asynchronous activities and assignments will be made available via the course page for completion outside of scheduled class time, within the structure, guidelines, and deadlines provided by the instructor. These courses require reliable high-speed Internet access and a computer with a camera and a microphone or a headset with a microphone.

** Courses marked with “Asynchronous**” will allow registration with time conflicts.


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