War Studies Timetable / 2019-2020

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Video Conference courses (VC) / Distance Learning courses (DL) 

  • Video conference courses (VC) are offered in a synchronous seminar format with students attending classes on site at RMC or CFC Toronto via video link from their locations.
  • Distance learning (DL) courses are offered asynchronously via distributed readings and written interaction (blogs and posts)
  • The same course is offered at the PhD level by registering in WS 6XX, instead of WS 5XX. 

Note: the course codes starting with ÉGxxx are offered in French.

Sessions

Summer 2020 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
WS 529/629 Special Topics (Canadian Command in the Second World War) (VC or DL) TBC TBD May-Aug 2020

Fall 2019 - Winter 2020 (2cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
WS 500 The Theories of War from the Eighteenth Century to the Present (DL) Prof A. Iarocci asynchronously 9 Sept  2019 - 3 April 2020
WS 600 The Theories of War from the Eighteenth Century to the Present (DL) Prof M. Hennessy asynchronously 9 Sept  2019 - 3 April 2020
EG 500/600 Les théories de la guerre depuis le 18è siècle (VC) Prof LeMay

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Thursday / 1000-1300hrs 

9 Sept  2019 - 3 April 2020
WS 530/630 Psychological Factors in Warfare (VC) Prof B. St-John

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Monday / 1300-1600hrs 

9 Sept  2019 - 3 April 2020

Fall 2019 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
EG 527/627 L'Ethique du militaire ( DL) Prof Y. Pichette asynchronously 9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
EG 546/646 Analyse comparative des conflits sécessionnistes (VC) Prof Jolicoeur

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Tuesday / 1300-1600hrs 

9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
WS 519/619 Studies of Genocide (VC) Prof Falk Canadian Forces College / Wed /1800-2100hrs 9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
WS 533/633 Studies in American Defence Policy (DL ) Prof J. Sokolsky

asynchronously

9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
WS 557/657 Advanced Directed Studies (Canada and World Wars) (VC) Prof D. Delaney

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Tuesday / 1630-1930hrs 

9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
WS 593/693 The News Media and the Military (VC) Prof R. Williams

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Thursday / 1600-1900hrs 

9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019
WS 607 Methodology (VC) Prof J. Boulden

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Monday /1700 - 2000hrs 

9 Sept - 29 Nov 2019

Winter 2020 (1cr)

Course Instructor Time/location Dates
EG 509/609 Évolution et théorie du maintien de la paix à l' échelle internationale (VC) Prof M. Deleuze

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Tuesday / 1800 - 2100 hrs

6 Jan - 3 April 2020
WS 521/621 Gendered Dimension of War (VC) Prof Marie-Michèle Doucet

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Thursday / 1300-1600hrs 

6 Jan - 3 April 2020
WS 529/629 Special Topics  (Naval History Age of Steam) (VC) Prof T. Grodzinski

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Wed / 0900-1200hrs

6 Jan - 3 April 2020
WS 548/648 Russia's Foreign and Security Policy (VC) Prof  P. Jolicoeur

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Tuesday / 1300-1600hrs 

6 Jan - 3 April 2020
EG 553/653 L'Art du témoignage et l'expérience de la guerre (DL) Prof  S. Bélanger  asynchronously 6 Jan - 3 April 2020
WS 563/663 Topics in Literature and War (Voyages of Exploration and Empire:  Narratives of the Royal Navy) (DL) Prof  E. Behrisch Elce asynchronously 6 Jan - 3 April 2020
WS 589/689 Issues of National and International Security in International Relations (VC)

Prof  J. Boulden

Cavalry House / Rm 101

Monday /1630 -1930hrs 

6 Jan - 3 April 2020

Note:

Students undertaking the programme onsite in Kingston are reminded that RMC and Queens have a memorandum of understanding which allows RMC students to take courses at Queen’s University and vice-versa. Queen’s graduate courses thematically appropriate to War Studies include:

HIST 876 Canada at War (2 cr)
An exploration of war in a Canadian context, with an emphasis on how war has shaped Canadian society and the relationship between Canada and its armed forces. Topics to be studied, from a Canadian perspective, include the military as a profession, military culture, combat stress, leadership, gender and sexuality in the military, and mutinies.
POLS-861 International Security (1 cr)
This course will focus on foreign policy analysis and international security, with a focus on alliances, defence cooperation, and issues affecting national and international peace and security.
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