Deciding what courses to take in 2021-2022?

Need to know which courses will be offered remotely vs in person on campus? Consult the History Course Handbook!

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The Department of History at the University of Saskatchewan is one of the strongest history departments in Canada. We are recognized for our innovative methods and excellence in teaching. Our groundbreaking research has secured millions of dollars in research funding in national and international competitions.

Our undergraduate program utilizes small seminars taught by experienced faculty to allow you to engage in original research projects from your first year onwards. We offer study abroad programs, experiential learning, and guided research opportunities to help prepare you for further study and the job market. 

Our department contains two prestigious research chairs in medical and community-engaged research. We offer competitive funding packages to our Master’s and PhD students. Alumni from our program have a long track record of getting excellent jobs in teaching, research, and administration. We can facilitate a large range of research projects but our graduate instruction specializes in the eight signature research areas of our faculty.

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Looking for study abroad courses for this summer?

Consider the following.

HIST 433.6 - Rome, Italy-Vision of Empire: Architecture & Power in Ancient Rome & Fascist Italy

Dr. Angela Kalinowski and Dr. Alessio Ponzio

May be an image of monument, outdoors and text that says 'ABROAD BROAD STUDY Visions of Empire: Architecture and Power in Ancient Rome and Fascist Italy HIST 433.6 (3-credit units) Saskatoon May 30-June 2022 Rome June 20-July 2022 APPLY BY February 1, 2022 For more information: AandS.abroad@usask.ca FLAADILO ROME ITALY UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN'
May 30-June 3, 2022 in Saskatoon and June 20-July 8, 2022 in Rome (British School at Rome)
This course is designed to give students an unforgettable experience of Italy, and particularly of Rome. The course focuses on the architecture and the role of Rome as "imperial city" under Augustus and as symbol of national rebirth during the Fascist regime. The city of Rome and its monuments and buildings are the both the classroom and the objects of study of this course.