Faculty Areas of Specialization

Students in the Graduate Program in History are able to draw on faculty with a wide range of expertise from the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg. Students considering applying to the M.A. and PhD programs should consider directly contacting prospective supervisors, via email, to determine whether the faculty member will be available for graduate supervision and to find out if their area of study would be an appropriate match. The listing below includes general areas of specialization. Please click on individual faculty links for more information.


Areas of History Graduate Supervision

Aboriginal/Indigenous
Africa
Americas - Canada/ Latin AmericaUnited States
Archives - Archival Studies Program/ Archival Practices, Documentation, & Public History
Art History
Asia - China/ India
Atlantic World
Communication & Technology
Culture 
Economic History, Business, & the History of Capitalism
Europe - Eastern Europe & Russia/ United Kingdom & Ireland/ Western Europe 
Food & Cuisine 
Gender, Women, & History of Sexuality 
Health & Medicine
Jewish 
Labour 
Medieval/Pre-Modern World 
Middle East 
Migration & Immigration 
Modern World 
Oral History 
Religion
Socialism & Marxism


Aboriginal/Indigenous

top of list


Africa


Americas

Canada

top of list

Latin America

United States

top of list


Archives

Archival Studies Program

Archival Practices, Documentation, & Public History


Art History

top of list


Asia

China

India

top of list


Atlantic World


Communication & Technology


Culture

top of list


Economic History, Business, & the History of Capitalism

top of list


Europe

Eastern Europe & Russia

United Kingdom & Ireland

Western Europe

top of list


Food and Cuisine


Gender, Women, & History of Sexuality

top of list


Health & Medicine


Jewish

top of list


Labour


Medieval/Pre-Modern World

top of list


Middle East


Migration & Immigration

top of list


Modern World


Oral History

top of list


Religion


Socialism & Marxism


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