Instructor Info:
Name: MUNOZ, MARIA LEONOR OLIN
Office Telephone:
Email: mmunoz03@mail.ubc.ca
Taught Sections:
Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments
 HIST 104H 101Web-Oriented Course1 Mon Wed14:0015:00

In 2020W, the topic for HIST 104H, 101 is Killer Commoditites: Coffee, Sugar and Tea. It explores the rise of these goods over time and in various places. Beginning with their establishment as economic anchors to the political, social and cultural impact of these goods, the course explores the intersections of land access, labor, markets, distribution networks, consumption, slavery, wars, and power in the shaping of the modern world.

 HIST 104H L01Discussion1 Wed15:0016:00
 HIST 104H L02Discussion1 Fri10:0011:00
 HIST 104H L03Discussion1 Fri14:0015:00
 HIST 104H L04Discussion1 Fri15:0016:00
 HIST 250A 101Web-Oriented Course1 Mon Wed Fri10:0011:00
 HIST 358 201Web-Oriented Course2 Tue Thu15:3017:00

HIST 358 will be involve a mix of synchronous and asynchronous methods. Lectures will be recorded and posted on the course Canvas page for asynchronous viewing. Synchronous discussion sections will be held once a week.

FullHIST 490R 201Seminar2 Tue9:3011:30

(HIST 490 is intended for History majors, History honours students, and students majoring in the history and philosophy of science, but students from other departments may register if they obtain the instructor's permission.)

In 2020W, the topic for HIST 490R is Violence, Terror and Race. This seminar examines the broad meanings as well as the physical, emotional and psychological consequences of violence and terror as they intersect with fluid constructions and meanings of race. This course will explore the multiple ways that violence and terror are conceived, imagined, understood (individual, social, institutional, economic), and applied by a number of social, political and ethnic/racial sectors and actors.

HIST 490R will be involve a mix of synchronous and asynchronous methods. Lectures will be recorded and posted on the course Canvas page for asynchronous viewing. Synchronous discussion sections will be held once a week.