Teaching

2019-2020

Spring 2020 University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 2988 – Peter the Great & the Building of St. Petersburg

Winter 2020 University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 3100 – The Magna Carta & the Making of the Modern World

Fall 2019 University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 3595 – The Nordic Nations: From Vikings to Modernity

2018-2019

Spring 2019 University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 3168 Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution

Winter 2019 University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 2989 – Richard III: Monstrous or Misunderstood

Fall 2018: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies: SCS 3467 – The Romanovs and the Russian Revolution

2017-2018

Spring 2018: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, SCS 3012-002 Imperial Spain

Winter 2018: University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, SCS 3319-001 Family Life from Medieval to Modern Times

Fall 2017: University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, SCS 2840-003 Women in Power

2016-2017

Spring 2017: University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, SCS 2988-002 Peter the Great and the Building of Saint Petersburg

Winter 2017: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, SCS 3168-001 “Marie Antoinette and the French Revolution”

Fall 2016: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, SCS 2989-002 “Richard III: Monstrous or Misunderstood”

2015-2016

Spring 2016: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies SCS 3102-001 “Imperial Spain”

Fall 2015: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies SCS 3100-001 “Magna Carta and The Making of the Modern World.”

2014-2015

Spring 2015: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies SCS 2840-002 “Women in Power”

Winter 2015: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, SCS 2989-001 “Richard III: Monstrous or Misunderstood”

Fall 2014: University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, SCS 2988-001 Peter the Great and the Building of St. Petersburg 

Fall 2014: Learning Unlimited, Fairfield Seniors Centre, Women and Leadership in History. Click here for full list of lectures

2013-2014:

Fall 2013: University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, SCS 1665 University Lecture Series. Click here for full course description and enrollment details.

Spring 2014: University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies SCS 2840: Women in Power. Click here for full course description and enrollment details.

Past Teaching Experience:

  • Lecturer, SCS 1665-041, University Lecture Series, University of Toronto, School of Continuing Studies, Toronto, Fall 2012 and Winter 2013. Delivering lectures about the history of Canada and the monarchy and Queen Henrietta Maria and Queen Marie Antoinette.
  • Teaching Fellow, History 321: Society and Culture of Europe (1500-1800), Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Fall and Winter, 2011-2012. Second year seminar course encompassing the social, cultural and political history of Early Modern Europe.
  • Teaching Fellow, History 121: The Intellectual Origins of the Contemporary West, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Fall and Winter, 2009-2010. First year lecture/seminar course discussing primary source material written by the most influential thinkers in the Western tradition.
  • Teaching Assistant, History 248: The Crusades, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Winter 2008. Second year lecture course about the social and political history of the Crusades.
  • Teaching Assistant, History 245: Imperial Russia, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Fall, 2007. Second year lecture course about the political and intellectual history of Russia from Peter the Great to Nicholas II.
  • Teaching Assistant, History 287: Early Modern England, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Winter, 2007.  Second year lecture course about the rise of the state in Tudor/Stuart England.
  • Teaching Assistant, History 290: Ireland to 1848, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Fall, 2006. Second year lecture course about the political and social history of medieval and early modern Ireland.

3 thoughts on “Teaching

  1. Hello Ms. Harris, could you please tell me if you will be teaching “The Romanovs and the Russian Revolution” (SCS 3467) in 2019?

    If so, very much looking forward to it!
    Michelle

    • I will not be teaching The Romanovs and The Russian Revolution in 2019 but the course may be offered in 2020!

  2. Hello Carolyn Harris
    I am trying to find out more information on Cosmo Duff Gordon. Have you heard any rumours or indeed proof that he had an illegitimate daughter in 1911? Who was my mother. We, my siblings and I were made aware of this in 2016..since then we have researched the possibility but have made some, but little definite headway.

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