The Department of History is excited to announce two in-person seminar courses that will be offered this spring and summer term.
HIST 337: Multiculturalism in the Ottoman Empire/4.5 units with Dr. Ariel Salzmann will be offered in the May-June 6-week summer term.
In partnership with the Queen's Global Summer Program, the Department is also offering HIST 402: China in a Global Perspective: Wars, Famines, Refugees 1926-1976/3.0 units with teaching fellow Jik-hung Au in the Jul-August 6-week summer term.
For those interested in HIST 402 and wanting to learn more about global challenges and sustainable development, be sure to check out the Queen's Global Summer Program website. Registration is now open.
Course registration for the spring/summer terms is open and seats are limited! If you have any questions about History's summer course offerings and how taking a summer course can help you get ahead on your degree requirements, please email Alex at email@example.com.