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King’s and Dalhousie

Because we are academically intertwined with our neighbour, Dalhousie University, you will have access to King’s and Dalhousie’s combined resources. Choose from more than 2,500 courses, 60+ degree options, and over 98 exchange programs. Learn more about our partnership with Dalhousie.

Courses at King’s

Use the filters below to browse the current course offerings in each of the School of Journalism’s degree programs, and in the King’s Honours Programmes – Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies, and the History of Science and Technology.

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Contemporary Studies

Modern Social and Political Thought

CTMP2000.06
Fall, Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - KTS Lecture Hall
M 1335-1525
W 1335-1425
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Contemporary Studies

The Politics of Hope:  From Romanticism to Anarchism and Beyond

CTMP2100.03
Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - Frazee Room
M 0935-1125
W 0935-1025
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Contemporary Studies

The ‘Pictorial Turn’ in Recent Thought, Art and Theory

CTMP2316.03
Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - Scotiabank Room
T 1435-1555
R 1435-1555
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Contemporary Studies

Reflections on Death

CTMP2330.03
Fall, 2017/2018
New Academic - KTS Lecture Hall
R 1135-1325
F 935-1025
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Contemporary Studies

The Artist and Society - David Bowie

CTMP2335.03
Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - KTS Lecture Hall
W 1425-1555
F 1425-1555
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Contemporary Studies

Feminisms: the Three Waves

CTMP2350.03
Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - Scotia Bank Room
T 1005-1125
R 1005-1125
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Contemporary Studies
History of Science and Technology

Science and Culture

CTMP3000.06 / HSTC3030.06
Fall, Winter, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - Archibald Room
M 1035-1225
W 1135-1225
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Contemporary Studies

The Rise of Nietzscheanism

CTMP3104.03
Fall, 2017/2018
New Academic Building - Frazee Room
W 1435-1625
F 1435-1525
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