Instructor Info:
Name: PARIS, LESLIE
Office Telephone:
Email: Leslie.Paris@ubc.ca
Taught Sections:
Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments
FullHIST 333A 101Seminar1

This section of HIST 333A is restricted to Honours students who want to attend term 1 only. Students who want to attend the full version of HIST 333 should register in HIST 333C, 001.

 HIST 333B 201Seminar2

This section of HIST 333B is restricted to Honours students who want to attend term 2 only. Students who want to attend the full version of HIST 333 should register in HIST 333C, 001.

 HIST 333C 001Seminar1 Tue10:0012:00

- HIST 333 RESTRICTED TO 3RD YEAR HIST HONOURS STUDENTS.

A History of History: This course, designed for all third-year History honours students, will introduce them to the evolving nature of historical scholarship and to various genres and uses of history. We will explore for this purpose a series of studies, some classic and others more recent, that provide models and illustrate different approaches to writing and thinking about history. Drawing on a variety of materials, from conventional narrative histories to theoretical reflections to sources other than written texts, we will consider history and historical methods as they have been conceived, disseminated, and challenged over time; questions of methodology and interpretation; genre and narrative; and the politics of memory.

Seminar2 Tue10:0012:00

- HIST 333 RESTRICTED TO 3RD YEAR HIST HONOURS STUDENTS.

A History of History: This course, designed for all third-year History honours students, will introduce them to the evolving nature of historical scholarship and to various genres and uses of history. We will explore for this purpose a series of studies, some classic and others more recent, that provide models and illustrate different approaches to writing and thinking about history. Drawing on a variety of materials, from conventional narrative histories to theoretical reflections to sources other than written texts, we will consider history and historical methods as they have been conceived, disseminated, and challenged over time; questions of methodology and interpretation; genre and narrative; and the politics of memory.

 HIST 339 101Lecture1 Mon Wed13:0014:00
 HIST 339 L1ADiscussion1 Fri10:0011:00
 HIST 339 L1BDiscussion1 Fri13:0014:00
 HIST 339 L1CDiscussion1 Fri11:0012:00
FullHIST 339 L1DDiscussion1 Wed14:0015:00