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Christo Aivalis has taught courses at various undergraduate levels during and after his doctoral Studies at Queen's University, in which he designed and delivered his own syllabi. Christo's teaching specialties are within labour and political history, but he has considerable experience delivering broad survey courses, the goal of which is to give students--including those majoring in subjects other than history--a general understanding of Canadian history from a variety of perspectives and sub-disciplines. 


Below are all of Christo's delivered courses in descending order, along with a syllabus available for download at the corresponding link 

  • Winter 2017: Adjunct Professor for History 242: Issues in Canadian History: The Canadian Challenge II, 1950-2016.

  • Fall 2016: Adjunct Professor for History 242: Issues in Canadian History: The Canadian Challenge I, 1900-1950.

  • Winter 2016: Adjunct Professor for History 209: Introduction to Themes in Canadian History II: Twentieth Century Canada.

  • Fall 2015: Adjunct Professor for History 208: Introduction to Themes in Canadian History I: Pre-Contact to 1900.

  • Fall 2014-Winter 2015: Teaching Fellow for History 434: History of the Canadian Left in the Twentieth Century.