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The undergraduate course offerings in History at Conrad Grebel University College are an integral part of University of Waterloo's Department of History, and count towards a major or minor in that discipline.  Conrad Grebel specializes in courses on the history of the Reformation and Radical Reformation, and the Christian church more broadly, Anabaptist-Mennonites, the Western world, immigration, peace movements, and food history. Some of the courses are cross-listed with Religious Studies or Peace & Conflict Studies.


Marlene Epp, Professor, PhD (Toronto).

Troy Osborne, Associate Professor, PhD (Minnesota).


The following University of Waterloo History courses are offered at Conrad Grebel University College:

  • HIST 110 - A History of the Western World I
  • HIST 111 - A History of the Western World II
  • HIST 224 - Food, Culture, and History
  • HIST 232 - History of Peace Movements
  • HIST 235 - History of Christianity
  • HIST 247 - Mennonite History: A Survey
  • HIST 348 - The Radical Reformation
  • HIST 351 - Canada: The Immigrant Experience
  • HIST 379 - Reformation History
  • HIST 398 - Directed Studies in Special Topics
  • HIST 491 - Independent Study in Special Topics

TS 642 and TS 645 are graduate courses on Reformation.

You can see the complete listing of HIST courses at the Undergraduate Studies Academic Calendar website.

For a list of current and future course offerings visit our site here.