PhD, History (University of North Carolina, 1993)
Dan Hinman-Smith teaches a wide variety of history and liberal studies courses, with an emphasis upon world history and world religion. Born in Victoria, he returned to Vancouver Island and NIC in 2003 after previous teaching appointments at UVIC, UBC, the University of Toronto, the University of Maine, and other venues such as alternative high schools and prisons. He loves all matters historical and mythological and has been involved in a number of NIC student field schools to Greece.
MA (History, UVIC, 1984); BA (History, UVic 1982).
HIS-120 World History to 1000
HIS-121 World History of the Last Millennium, AD 1000-2000
HIS-122 The Contemporary World
HIS-135 World Mythology
HIS-205 Travels in Time
HIS-215 History of Modern Europe I
HIS-216 History of Modern Europe II
HIS-220 War, Memory, Myth and History
HIS-225 History of British Columbia
HIS-232 United States History Since 1877
HIS-260 Historical Reactions to Criminal and Deviant Behaviour
LIB-130 Intro to World Religions
LIB-131 Eastern and Comparative Religions
LIB-210 Topics in World Civilization
LIB-250 Wisdom of the Ancients
LIB-251 From Romulus to The Renaissance
Associate of Arts Degree
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