November 5th, 2020 - I, The Witness; From Memory to Reality (Online Event)
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.)
Talking Back to the Indian Act: Critical Readings in Settler Colonial Histories Mary-Ellen Kelm & Keith D. Smith
Nicknames and Debates: Friendship and the History Grad School Experience November 04, 2015
Recent MA Grads Sukhjit Chohan and Khash Hemmati on Forging Lifelong Friendships in Graduate School
Undergraduate Award Winners Announced June 05, 2014
Congratulations to all our winners!
Elise Chenier discusses Trudeaumania on CBC, CKNW November 29, 2013
On Thursday afternoon, SFU History Professor Elise Chenier discussed the Trudeau dynasty and her...
Audio: Jeremy Brown discusses Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo on CBC radio January 02, 2014
SFU historian Jeremy Brown talked to Stephen Quinn on CBC's The Early Edition about the life and...