Reading The Meaning of Mariah Carey as History
Welcome to the Department of History
Our award-winning department offers students a rigorous program that covers a broad range of geographic and thematic areas.
Our program is global geographically, with a strength in Canadian history and US, Latin American, British, European, Middle Eastern, African, and Asian history. It makes thematic connections with strengths in early modern history, oral history, gender and sexuality, muslim studies, Hellenic studies, religion, aboriginal studies, and labour studies. (More...)
Persistent Callings: Seasons of Work and Identity on the Oregon Coast Joseph E. Taylor III
Bruxelles et sa radio : émotions et sonorités, 1923-1960 Nicolas Kenny
Made Modern: Science and Technology in Canadian History Tina Adcock & Edward Jones-Imhotep (eds)
Le Canada dans le monde : acteurs, idées, gouvernance Aude-Claire Fourot, Rémi Léger, Jérémie Cornut, and Nicolas Kenny (eds.)
Student Union Activist Emma Henderson wins Jennifer Prosser Wade Award in Scottish Studies By Rebecca Saloustros Emma Henderson, a fourth-year student currently completing a double major in...
History Department says goodbye to Ruth Anderson, welcomes new Graduate & Chair's Secretary Just prior to closing for the holidays the Department of History said goodbye to Ruth Anderson, our...
Members of the Department of History call for direct action to make our campuses safe & inclusive for all students Members of Faculty, graduate students, and staff in the Department of History have penned an open...