The Graduate Program in History will be holding an all-day orientation session for all incoming students. It will be an opportunity to meet fellow student and graduate faculty members. More details will follow shortly by e-mail.
History 5543: Nature and Society in the Industrial World: Global Environmental History since Industrialization This course examines the relationships between people and their environments from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twenty-first century. It considers the global ecological consequences of industrialization and the growing human footprint on Earth from a historical perspective, drawing from the […]
The deadline for admissions entry beginning September 2017 has been set as December 14, 2016. Please ensure that all required documents are uploaded promptly to MyFile. It is recommended that students start the application process before the deadline date as it is a two stage process. The first step of the application process is where […]
Fourth year undergraduate students who are thinking of applying to graduate school next year should also consider applying for external scholarships as well if they have a minimum GPA of A- in their last two years of study. The two scholarships undergraduate students can apply for are Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) and Canada Graduate Scholarship […]
The season is upon us for incoming or continuing PhD. students to apply for funding from SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) and OGS (Ontario Graduate Scholarships) for 2017-18. All applications for either or both will be due in the History Grad Program office on Wednesday October 26, 2016. Please read the instructions carefully, […]
Deadlines for applications for entry beginning September of 2016 has been extended until December 16, 2015. Please ensure that all required documents are uploaded promptly to MyFile. We welcome late applications after December 16, but you must contact Karen Dancy at email@example.com for more information. Please note that the University will be closed as of […]
New this year, the OGS application will be done in conjunction with the SSHRC application. Please refer the FGS website, under "Funding and Awards" for the direct link to the SSHRC and OGS applications. For current MA students applying to a PhD program, and for current doctoral students, the internal deadline to submit completed applications […]
Open to all entering MA students, this course reads and discusses some great books in social history about a wide range of times and places. It is an opportunity to think big and to compare unfamiliar histories with more familiar ones. We will debate such questions as 'who gets a history?' and 'how do concepts […]
New Course on Postcolonial State Formations in East and South Asia GS HIST 5490 3.0 F Professor Janice Kim The course will be held on Fridays 11:30am - 2:30pm This seminar investigates theories and histories of postcolonial state formations. Taking the notion of Westphalian sovereignty as a point of departure, it will question whether the […]
The Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) honoured Kathryn McPherson for excellence in graduate teaching and mentoring with the Faculty’s Teaching Award at their Faculty Council meeting on May 7. Read the full story...