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Launch of the History Department’s Institute for World History

We are excited to announce the public launch of the history department’s new Institute for World History. Please check out our website!

STU Alumna returns to teach innovative intersession course

Dr. Anne Dance is offering History 3473: “Frontiers in World History” from 28 April to 22 May, Monday-Thursday mornings from 9:00AM – 11:30AM. This course links local history with World History by examining the connection between the histories of frontiers familiar to students with those more distant to them. Students will gain an appreciation of […]

New intersession course: HIST-3473 Frontiers in World History

From 28 April through 22 May, 9:00-11:30 am. Mon-Thurs. “This course examines how societies have imagined, represented, and interacted around so-called “frontiers” in world history. It explores places where trade, migration, conquest, and other cultural exchanges have had a profound impact on societies and even produced new cultural configurations. No prerequisites.”

History Honours Newsletter No. 2

Check out what the STU History faculty and major/honour students are up to. Here is the latest History Honours Newsletter:

Information Session: Berlin Travel-Study Programme

Thursday 14 November 2013, 3:00 to 4:00 pm, GMH 304 Travel and learn in Berlin this spring! Berlin, a world city full of history, is changing every day. STU and UNB students will have a chance to live and study in Berlin for three weeks this Intersession, 5 May to 26 May. Berlin provides exceptional […]

Information Session: New York City Intersession 2014

Date: Nov 13, 2013 Time: 12:30 PM-1:30 PM Location: McCain Hall, Room 102, Fredericton, NB, Canada Are you the kind of person who learns through experience? Interested in studying and living in New York City this spring? For three weeks in May 2014, students discover the Big Apple, studying its art, architecture, history, music, and […]

Launch of The Astrolabe

Last week, the Saint Thomas University Society for History (STUSH) launched its journal _The Astrolabe_ This is a peer edited journal that has been two years in the making. The launch theme was “Victorian Tea Party.”

Teaching Perspectives

Focus article by Dr. Karen Robert in Teaching Perspectives entitled “Here and Now: Mindfulness Experiments in the World History Classroom.” Go to page 18:

Welcome or welcome back to STU!

Aren’t you getting excited about the fall? We are too, and we’ve got some great courses that you might not have heard about <>, including the following ones: — History of the United Nations (HIST-2453) The United Nations represents the first serious effort toward an international government. History of the United Nations examines the evolution […]

HIST-3553 The History Workshop

ATTN: Honours and seminar students HIST-3553 The History Workshop The start of the new academic year is approaching rapidly, and I would like to remind you that I am offering “The History Workshop” in the Fall. This course is particularly worthwhile for those of you who are registered in a History seminar this year (or […]