Please note: Syllabi for most of these courses are available on request.
History 106: Global Environmental History
Calendar description: “The impact of humans on the environment, and the ways in which the physical environment has shaped human history: climate, agriculture, energy use, and urbanization. [3-0-0]”
History 112: Canada to 1867
Calendar description: “Contributions of the First Nations, French, English, and others to the social, economic, and political development of Canada. Also offered by distance education. [3-0-0]”
History 122: Canada since 1867
Calendar description: “Analysis of the social, economic, and political development of the Canadian nation since Confederation. Also offered by distance education. [3-0-0]”
History 395: Environmental History of North America
Calendar description: “A thematic overview of the social, economic, and political consequences of environmental change in Canada and the United States, focusing primarily on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. [2-0-1] Prerequisite: 3 credits of HIST and third-year standing.”
History 492: History, Theory, and Method
Calendar description: “Explores selected problems and issues in the theory and practice of historical work. Credit will be granted for only one of HIST 492 or IGS 592. [2-0-1] Prerequisite: 6 credits of HIST or third-year standing. Open to non-history majors with permission of the department head. Equivalency: IGS 592.”
History 4XX: Capitalism & Nature
Senior seminar previously taught at Simon Fraser University. Let me know if you want it offered at UBC.