These tutorial courses are intended to encourage independent initiative and study on the part of the student. Reading and research are conducted within specialized areas chosen by the student in close consultation with one or more members of the Department. This course is restricted to qualified Third and Fourth Year students in any discipline, or students with permission of the instructor. Canadian The possible areas of study are: The History of Canadian Native Peoples Western Canadian History Canadian Social History Canadian Women's History Folk History of Prince Edward Island PEI Social and Cultural Atlantic Region Social and Cultural American: U.S. Foreign Policy, 20th-Century 18th-, 19th-, and 20th-Century America Canadian-American Relations Colonial Societies British and European: British History British Social and Cultural History Western and Central Europe European, Medieval, Modern, and Intellectual History Early Modern Europe-Social and Cultural History Gender in British and European History History of Religion See Academic Regulation 9 for Regulations Governing Directed Studies. 03-01-2019-03-04-2019 Seminar Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced