|Subject||Course||Section||Course Title||Course Description||Instructor||Files||Term|
|ENGL||484||041||Topics in Literatures Medieval to Romantic: Shakespeare's Language||
A special study of a selected topic, author, genre, or period in Medieval to Romantic literatures. Please see course instructor for details.
|Alysia Kolentsis||Fall 2020|
|FR||192A||083||French Language 1: Module 1||
An intensive French Language course. Vocabulary enrichment and development of reading, writing, and oral expression.
|Kerry Lappin-Fortin||Fall 2020|
|FR||373||041||Languages in Contact: The History of French-English Bilingualism||
This course will examine, from a historical and sociolinguistic perspective, the long-standing rivalry of our country's two official languages, the origins of their relationship, and the socio-political and linguistic implications of bilingualism.
|Kerry Lappin-Fortin||FR 373_K.Lappin-Fortin_Fall 2020.pdf||Fall 2020|
|HIST||103||041||Canadian History Through Biography||
An examination through lectures and films of the lives of Canadian men and women who have played formative roles in developing the Canadian nation. Examples will be drawn from such areas as politics, religion, business and labour, social reform, arts and entertainment, and sports.
|Jane Nicholas||Fall 2020|
|HIST||113||041||Canadian Business History: Innovators and Entrepreneurs||
This course examines the role of individuals in the growth of business in Canada. While there will be general examination of Canadian economic development, the principal focus will fall upon leading Canadian business persons and their interests and innovations. The relationship to the state of business, the place of education, and the impact of immigration are other topics that the course will consider.
|HIST||115||041||Crusading in the Middle Ages||
This course examines the historical events and cultural assumptions that led to the European phenomenon of crusading, or holy war, between 1095 and 1453.
Cross-listed with MEDVL 115
|HIST||210||041||History of Ancient Law||
A historical introduction to law in the ancient world. Babylonian, Assyrian, Hittite, and Roman law, legal practices, and concepts will be examined.
Cross-listed with CLAS 210, LS 235
|Dan Hutter||Fall 2020|
|HIST||256||041||Murder in Canadian History||
This course examines several major murder cases in Canadian history in order to provide insight into Canada's history and explore how the nation has developed legally, politically, economically, and socially.
|HIST||350||041||Canada and the Americas||
This course will examine the economic, cultural, and diplomatic aspects of Canada's relationship with the United States, Latin America, and the Commonwealth Caribbean from the time of the American Revolution to the present.
|Ryan Touhey||Fall 2020|
|HIST||450||041||The History Capstone||
The capstone challenges students with an opportunity to synthesize and showcase, at a high level of achievement, the disciplinary skills and knowledge they have gained during the course of their studies in History. It encourages students to pursue individual research interests and presentation formats as limited only by historical methodology, academic rigour, and the consent of the instructor.
|Ryan Touhey||Fall 2020|