HS / HIST 276-3: SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND POLITICAL HISTORY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN (B-HUM)

Evdoxios Doxiadis
Lecture: Tu 10:30-12:20
Tutorial: TBD

Examines the history of the Mediterranean region that for millennia has been a focal point of human exchange as well as conflict. Considers the entire period from antiquity to the modern world. Students with credit for HS 276 may not take HIST 276 for further credit. Breadth-Humanities.

HS / HIST 277-3: HISTORY OF GREEK CIVILIZATION (B-HUM)

André Gerolymatos
Online

Surveys the history of Greek civilization from Mycenaean Greece to the twentieth century. Students who have taken HIST 307 under this topic or HIST 277 may not take this course for further credit. Breadth-Humanities.

HS / HIST 476-4: HISTORY OF MODERN GREECE

Evdoxios Doxiadis
Lecture: We 13:30-17:20

Introduces students to the social and political history of modern Greece, with a focus on current developments through the examination of political, social, and economic transformations over the past two centuries, and help students situate modern Greek history within a European context. The course will examine the various political, social, and economic crises the modern Greek state has endured from its founding in 1830 to the present, using primary and secondary sources to understand the historical development of Greece. Students with credit for HS/HIST 307 under the topic "Glory to Debt" or HS 476 may not take this course for further credit.

UPCOMING COURSES

FALL 2017 (1177)

GRK 110-3: MODERN GREEK FOR BEGINNERS I (ONLINE)

GRK 160-3: MODERN GREEK FOR BEGINNERS II (ONLINE)

GRK 210-3: MODERN GREEK INTERMEDIATE I (ONLINE)

GRK 260-3: MODERN GREEK INTERMEDIATE II (ONLINE)

HS 100-3: THE GREEK WORLD

HS 275-3: FROM ALEXANDER TO THE CAESARS

HS 277-3: HISTORY OF GREEK CIVILIZATION (ONLINE)

HS 303-4: SELECTED TOPICS HELLENIC STUDIES: TBD

HS 303-4: SELECTED TOPICS HELLENIC STUDIES: TBD

HS 303-4: SELECTED TOPICS HELLENIC STUDIES: TBD

HS 303-4: SELECTED TOPICS HELLENIC STUDIES: TBD

HS 364-4: TRAVELLER NARRATIVES

HS 441-4: WOMEN, LAW, MEDITERRANEAN

HS 460-4: THEMES IN BYZANTINE HISTORY

HS 477-4: WAR IN THE SHADOWS

Courses listed here are tentative only and subject to change. Check back often.

COURSE ARCHIVE

HS COURSE DESIGNATION

Hellenic Studies now has its own course designation!

As an independent Program, Hellenic Studies offers designated courses in cooperation with other departments, such as History, Humanities, and International Studies.

What this means to students:

Students will have the choice of registering in a ‘cross-listed’ course either under Hellenic Studies (HS), or, for example this semester, History (HIST).

These courses will be listed each semester in the Schedule of Undergraduate Classes as well as in the SFU Calendar.

For example:

HIST    277-3 History of Greek Civilization

Requirement Designation:  B-Hum

6295    C100    SEC    (Dist Ed.) A.Gerolymatos

HS       277-3 History of Greek Civilization

Requirement Designation:  B-Hum

10169  C100    SEC    (Dist Ed.) A.Gerolymatos

Once again, these courses are the same course.  

Regardless of which course number you register in, HS or HIST, the course will still count toward your Major or Minor in History and also toward a Certificate in Hellenic Studies. 

If for any reason you find you are not able to enroll in any of these HS/HIST courses, or, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact Maria Hamilton, Hellenic Studies Academic Advisor, at 778-782-5886 or mhamilton@sfu.ca.