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1 English and History Double Major Program Overview Through scholarly research and thoughtful analysis of historical documents, literary texts, material culture, audio-visual productions, and other sources, students in the English and History Double Major program explore the complexities of human experience by recognizing the important roles that narrative and language play in shaping the world around them and by asking questions that help explain cultures and peoples, political and economic systems, ideas and issues, and conflict and change. Combining theoretical, historical, and critical knowledge with opportunities for experiential learning, the Double Major encourages students to engage deeply in the widest possible range of verbal, visual, material, and digital texts, and to showcase their understanding of how to put knowledge into action in meaningful ways. Career Opportunities Students in the English and History Double Major develop proficiency in critical thinking and an enhanced ability to question, research, argue, understand, and communicate foundational skills in careers that value problem-solving and communication. Graduate career paths may include education, academic research and teaching, law, library and information science, business, the public service, creative industries, and non-governmental organizations. Some graduates move into more specialized careers in museums and the heritage sector or in publishing and editing. Graduates may also continue their studies at a graduate level. Curriculum Information The curriculum builds on a foundational year of interdisciplinary study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, followed by three years of more specialized study in English and History. Students take a combination of 13 required and elective courses in English and 13 required and elective courses in History, as well as 6 Liberal Studies courses. Students also take a mandatory English practicum in their second year. The core goals of the Double Major are to graduate students who: have mastered the ability to critically analyze oral, written, and other forms of texts; will appreciate the complexities in various academic interpretations, and will be able to think critically about the normative assumptions governing both particular interpretations and interpretation in general; are capable of developing probing research questions, conducting effective research, and persuasively communicating the results of their inquiry in a variety of oral and written modes; possess a superior set of career-ready research, analytical, and oral and written skills, and know how to apply them to professional situations as well as to graduate study opportunities; and demonstrate discipline-specific knowledge and skills by acting as responsible academic and community citizens, both locally and globally.

2 Semesters One and Two The first year is a Common Arts Platform, which is shared with the BA programs in Criminology, English, Environment and Urban Sustainability, Geographic Analysis, History, Philosophy, Politics and Governance, Psychology, and Sociology. Students gain a broad, interdisciplinary base of knowledge, skills, and methodologies. They also establish the basis for study in the English discipline in two required courses in fictional and non-fictional narratives, and take their first two university-level History courses from a number of choices that explore the subject across a range of themes, time periods, and geographical contexts. Students also acquire skills and knowledge in two foundational courses, Academic Writing and Research, and Critical Thinking, and choose additional electives from a broad range of areas. Semesters Three through Six In second year, students take their third foundational Common Arts Platform course, Research Design and Qualitative Methods, alongside a more specialized Advanced Research Methods course in English. Students also take the first of the Department of History s signature Historian s Craft (or H-Craft) offerings, Reading, Writing and Using History, as well as Hearing, Seeing and Speaking History. Students also select an English practicum course. In the third year, students take two additional Historian s Craft courses and a course in Literary and Cultural Theory. Additionally, students select from a wide range of electives in History and English and in Liberal Studies that broaden their educational endeavours and develop intellectual and professional prowess. Semesters Seven and Eight In their final year of study, students satisfy any remaining elective requirements and take the required capstone seminars -- one in English and one in History. Electives may include an independent research paper or an advanced practicum course. These capstone courses are designed to develop depth in the disciplines and sharpen students professional competencies. Transferability Guidelines Students admitted to the Bachelor of Arts programs in Criminology, English, Environment and Urban Sustainability, Geographic Analysis, History, Philosophy, Politics and Governance, Psychology or Sociology may transfer to any one of the other eight programs or to any one of the three approved double major programs (English and History; English and Philosophy; History and Philosophy) for the fall term of their second year of studies. Applications are available through the Program Office and must be submitted by February 2nd. Transfer applications are considered on a competitive basis subject to capacity, and therefore program choice cannot be guaranteed. In order to transfer to the English and History Double Major from any of Criminology, English, Environment and Urban Sustainability, Geographic Analysis, History, Philosophy, Politics and Governance, Psychology, or Sociology, students must: 1. have a CLEAR Academic Standing at the end of the Winter term of their second semester of studies; and 2. must have successfully completed ENG 110* and one HIS course numbered between HIS 100 and HIS 399 (or one of HIS 461, HIS 462, or HIS 490). It is strongly recommended that students

3 complete, in first year, both ENG 110* and ENG 208 as well as two HIS courses numbered between HIS 100 and HIS 399 (or two of HIS 461, HIS 462, and HIS 490). HST courses may be substituted for HIS courses with departmental approval. *ENG 108 will substitute for ENG 110 for students admitted Fall 2015 or earlier.

4 Bachelor of Arts, English and History Double Major* *Note: This is for informational purposes only. The official double major curriculum will be published in the undergraduate calendar. 1st & 2nd Semester REQUIRED: ENG 110* Literatures Across Borders ENG 208 Introduction to Non-Fiction SSH 105 Critical Thinking I SSH 205 Academic Writing and Research * ENG 108 will substitute for ENG 110 for students admitted Fall 2015 or earlier. REQUIRED GROUP 1: Two courses from Table I (Social Sciences). REQUIRED GROUP 2: Two courses from the following: HIS 104 Ten Days That Shook The World HIS 105 Inventing Popular Culture HIS 106 Technology, Warfare and Social Change HIS 107 Colonization, Colonialism and Independence HIS 238 Canada to 1885: Creating a Nation HIS 248 American History to 1877 HIS 265 Asia: Foundations and Modern Nations HIS 275 Ancient Greece and Rome HIS 277 Mediaeval Europe, HIS 279 Europe, HIS 338 Canada since 1885: Defining a Nation HIS 348 American History from 1877 HIS 377 Europe, HIS 379 Europe, 1870-Present HIS 461 Cradle of Civilization: Ancient Near East HIS 462 Introduction to the Islamic World HIS 490 International Relations from 1945 Any two HST courses numbered between HST 100 and HST 499. In total, a maximum of four liberal studies HST courses may be substituted for HIS courses. PROFESSIONALLY RELATED: One course from Table I or Table III. Course selection must not include courses with a ENG or HIS prefix. PROFESSIONALLY RELATED: One course from Table III.

5 3rd & 4th Semester REQUIRED: ENG 810 Advanced English Research Methods HIS 400 Reading, Writing and Using History HIS 401 Hearing, Seeing, and Speaking History SSH 301 Research Design and Qualitative Methods REQUIRED GROUP 1: One course from the following: ENG 302 Practicum: Writing in the Arts ENG 304 Practicum: Online Publishing ENG 306 Practicum: Forms of Creative Writing ENG 390 Practicum: Open Topics REQUIRED GROUP 2: One course from the following: HIS 104 Ten Days That Shook The World HIS 105 Inventing Popular Culture HIS 106 Technology, Warfare and Social Change HIS 107 Colonization, Colonialism and Independence HIS 238 Canada to 1885: Creating a Nation HIS 248 American History to 1877 HIS 265 Asia: Foundations and Modern Nations HIS 275 Ancient Greece and Rome HIS 277 Mediaeval Europe, HIS 279 Europe, HIS 338 Canada since 1885: Defining a Nation HIS 348 American History from 1877 HIS 377 Europe, HIS 379 Europe, 1870-Present HIS 461 Cradle of Civilization: Ancient Near East HIS 462 Introduction to the Islamic World HIS 490 International Relations from 1945 Any two HST courses numbered between HST 100 and HST 499. In total, a maximum of four liberal studies HST courses may be substituted for HIS courses. PROFESSIONAL: One English course from Table II (English and History Double Major). PROFESSIONALLY-RELATED: One course from Table I, Table III, English Table IV or History Table IV. Course selection must not include courses with an ENG or HIS prefix. LIBERAL STUDIES: Two courses from Table A. Course selection must not include courses with a ENG or HIS prefix.

6 5th & 6th Semester REQUIRED: ENG 400 Literary and Cultural Theory HIS 505 Locating the Past: Archival Research REQUIRED GROUP 1: One course from the following: ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture REQUIRED GROUP 2: One course from the following: HIS 500 History and New Media HIS 501 Archaeology and Material Culture HIS 502 Life Stories: Oral History PROFESSIONAL: Two English courses from Table II (English and History Double Major). PROFESSIONAL: Two History courses from Table II (English and History Double Major). LIBERAL STUDIES: Two courses from Table B. Course selection must not include courses with a ENG or HIS prefix. 7th & 8th Semester REQUIRED: ENG 910 English Capstone Seminar REQUIRED GROUP 1: One course from the following: ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture REQUIRED GROUP 2: One of the following: HIS 902 HIS 903 HIS 916 HIS 931 HIS 956 HIS 957 HIS 958 HIS 976 Thesis Senior Seminar I: Cross-Field Studies Senior Seminar II: Science, Technology and Medicine Senior Seminar III: Americas Senior Seminar IV: Africa Senior Seminar V: Middle East Senior Seminar VI: Asia Senior Seminar VII: Europe

7 HIS 990 Senior Seminar VIII: International Relations PROFESSIONAL: Two English courses from Table II (English and History Double Major). PROFESSIONAL: Three History courses from Table II (English and History Double Major). LIBERAL STUDIES: Two courses from Table B. Course selection must not include courses with a ENG or HIS prefix.

8 English Double Major: Professional Table II English: A total of five (5) ENG courses must be taken. NOTE: Every course will not be offered every semester. Students may opt for depth by selecting courses within thematic categories, or may opt for breadth by sampling broadly across those categories. Students considering Graduate studies are strongly advised to meet regularly with the Program Director to plan their course of study to ensure sufficient breadth and depth requirements. Media + Cultural Studies ENG 590 Studies in Word and Image ENG 611 Film and Literature ENG 703 Popular Literatures ENG 705 Studies in Visual Cultures ENG 706 Shakespeare and Performance ENG 888 Televisual Texts and Contexts ENG 921 Narrative in a Digital Age ENG 941 Gender and Sex in Literature and Culture Urban + Global Literatures ENG 203 The Literature of Native Peoples ENG 223 Literatures of Exile and Migration ENG 409 Urban Literatures ENG 408 World Literatures ENG 413 Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures ENG 416 American Literatures ENG 620 English Caribbean Literatures and Cultures ENG 621 Women's Texts, Global Contexts ENG 640 Literatures of Asia and its Diasporas ENG 701 Canadian Literatures ENG 710 Special Topics in Canadian Literatures ENG 942 Postcolonial Interventions Literary Histories + Movements ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture ENG C Literature and Culture Rhetoric, Writing + Culture ENG 200 Writing as a Cultural Act

9 ENG 520 The Language of Persuasion ENG 529 Controversies in Public Discourse ENG 720 Persuasion from Plato to Present ENG 730 The Social Life of Books Genre Studies ENG 222 Fairy Tales and Fantasies ENG 224 Children s Literature ENG 517 Techniques and Topics in Creative Writing ENG 540 The Novel ENG 550 Drama ENG 560 Poetry and Poetics ENG 570 Auto/Biography ENG 580 The Gothic ENG 530 Literary Non-Fiction ENG 707 Shakespeare and His World Independent Study ENG 904 Independent Research Paper ENG 907 Senior English Project

10 History Double Major: Professional Table II A total of five (5) from the following. HST courses (numbered between HST ) may be substituted. In total, a maximum of four (4) Liberal Studies HST courses may be substituted for HIS courses. HIS 500* History and New Media HIS 501* Archaeology and Material Culture HIS 502* Life Stories: Oral History HIS 510 Museology and Public History HIS 541 Canada and the First World War HIS 556 Colonial Africa HIS 559 Ancient Egypt HIS 561 The Ottoman Empire HIS 590 Modern International Relations HIS 594 War to War: World Conflict, HIS 610 Curating the Past HIS 615 Film, Television and 20th C History HIS 656 Post-Colonial Africa HIS 661 The Middle East from 1908 HIS 662 The Mughal Empire, HIS 677 Society in the High Middle Ages, HIS 678 The Renaissance in Europe HIS 683 Victorian Britain HIS 696 The History of Terrorism HIS 710 Managing Heritage Resources HIS 742 Canadian Cultural Industries HIS 755 Material Cultures of North America HIS 762 The Making of Modern South Asia, HIS th-Century Britain HIS 790 Modern Germany HIS 826 Science and World Exploration HIS 828 Science, Corporations and the Environment HIS 845 Canada in the International Sphere HIS 886 The British Empire and the World HIS 898 A History of International Organizations HIS 900 Experiential Learning I HIS 901 Experiential Learning II * If not previously selected as a Required Group 2 course in 5th and 6th Semester.

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