Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Frequently Taught History Courses

Course Description Instructor
HIST 1120 An Introduction to Canadian History Block
HIST 1160 Europe: 1500 – 1789 St. John-Stark
HIST 1220 History of Canada: 1867 to present Block
HIST 1260 Europe: 1789 – 1939 St. John-Stark, Bell
HIST 2160 History of England: Roman Britain to the Glorious Revolution, 1688 St. John-Stark
HIST 2170 Major Issues in American History from the Colonial Period to the Civil War Gorman
HIST 2270 American History from the Civil War to the Present Gorman
HIST 3000 The Historian's Craft Professor rotation
HIST 3050 British Columbia Block
HIST 3120 Canada in the Cold War Era Block
HIST 3140 Tudor England, 1485 – 1603 St. John-Stark
HIST 3150 Stuart England, 1603 – 1688 St. John-Stark
HIST 3300 The United States, 1812 – 1865 Gorman
HIST 3310 The United States, 1865 – 1896 Gorman
HIST 3360 The United States, 1900 – 1945 Gorman
HIST 3390 The American Revolution and the Formation of the United States Gorman
HIST 3420 Victorian Britain, 1850 – 1901 St. John-Stark
HIST 3520 Knowledge and Belief in Medieval to Early Modern Europe St. John-Stark
HIST 3610 Britain, 1900 – 1930 St. John-Stark
HIST 4200 Reformation Europe — Topics in European History St. John-Stark
HIST 4200 Modern Europe — Topics in European History St. John-Stark
HIST 4200 Russia and Eastern Europe — Topics in European History Bell
HIST 4200 Absolute War: Europe WWII — Topics in European History Bell
HIST 4250 Religion in Canada — Topics in Canadian History Block
HIST 4250 History of Sexuality — Topics in Canadian History Block
HIST 4350 The American Civil War — Topics in American Social History Gorman
HIST 4480 The Sixties — Topics in American Social History Gorman

A complete list of courses offered at TRU is available from the Course Schedule.