Current Course Offerings

SEMESTER 2, AY2021-22 
Note: The course syllabi are provisional and are subject to changes. To access the syllabus, please  
click on the hyperlink for the course. An updated syllabus will be uploaded once available.

Course CodeCourse Title​
Teaching Mode 
Instructor​
HH1002Asia-Pacific in Global History: Pre-1800
​LEC/TUT
(On campus)
Nicholas Witkowski
HH1004Science and Technology in Historical Perspective
​LEC/TUT
(On campus)
Michael Stanley-Baker
HH1011US History since 1865LEC/TUT
(On campus)
Miles Powell
HH1025World Archaeology
LEC/TUT
(On campus)
Goh Geok Yian
HH2001Singapore: The Making of a Cosmopolitan City-State
SEM
(On campus)

Michael Yeo
HH2007Health & Illness in HistorySEM
(On campus)
Park Hyung Wook
HH2024History of the Malay World: Present Identities, Past Histories

LEC (Online)
TUT (On campus)

Faizah Zakaria
HH2027Blood, Germs, & Sick Bodies: Biomedicine in History

SEM
(On campus)

Park Hyung Wook
HH2031
History of Food in China
SEM
(On campus)
Michael Stanley-Baker
HH3001Historiography: Theory and MethodsSEM
(On campus)
Els van Dongen
HH3004Comparative Business HistorySEM
(On campus)
Koh Keng We
HH3009Comparative History of Global MigrationSEM
(On campus)
Koh Keng We
HH3013Comparative History of Race ScienceSEM
(On campus)
Lin Qi Feng
HH3033Buddhism: A Social & Intellectual HistorySEM
(On campus)
Nicholas Witkowski
HH3037Politics of Popular CultureSEM
(On campus)
Justin Clark
HH3042Climate & Society in Historical PerspectiveSEM
(On campus)
Faizah Zakaria
HH3043China's Cultural Revolution as History & MemorySEM
(On campus)
Els van Dongen
HH4006The Green Earth: Issues in Environmental HistorySEM
(On campus)
Lin Qi Feng
HH4017Defining a Nation: India on the Eve of IndependenceSEM
(On campus)
Tapsi Mathur
HH4025History of Disease: Human Evolution, Disease and HealthSEM
(On campus)
Ivy Yeh
HH4026Decolonisation of the British Empire in Asia and AfricaSEM
(On campus)
Florence Mok
HH4029History of Modern China & Colonial Hong Kong, C.1945-1997 SEM
(On campus)
Florence Mok
HH4125Colonial Archaeology of Southeast AsiaSEM
(On campus)
Goh Geok Yian

Note: HH4091 is not offered in Semester 2.


SEMESTER 1, AY2021-22 

Note: The course syllabi are provisional and are subject to changes. To access the syllabus, please  
click on the hyperlink for the course. An updated syllabus will be uploaded once available.

Course CodeCourse Title​
Teaching Mode 
Instructor​
HH1001What is History?
​LEC (Online)
TUT (On campus)
Tapsi Mathur
HH1003Asia-Pacific in Global History: From 1800
​LEC (Online)
TUT (On campus)
Zhou Taomo

HH1125

History and Archaeology: An Introduction

LEC (Online)
TUT (On campus)
Goh Geok Yian
HH2001Singapore: the Making of a Cosmopolitan City-StateSEM
(On campus)
Koh Keng We
HH2002Gender in History
SEM
(On campus)

Jessica Hinchy
HH2007Health and Illness in HistorySEM
(On campus)
Park Hyung Wook
HH2026Health, Food, & Sports in Modern Korean History
SEM 
(On campus)
Park Hyung Wook
HH2030Ascetics & Aesthetics of Medieval Japan

LEC (Online)
TUT (On campus)

Nicholas Witkowski
HH2125The World in 12 ObjectsSEM
(On campus)
Goh Geok Yian
HH3001Historiography: Theory and MethodsSEM
(On campus)
Faizah Zakaria
HH3003Migration and Diaspora: Chinese Experiences in Comparative PerspectiveSEM
(On campus)
Els van Dongen
HH3008Modern South AsiaSEM
(On campus)
Jessica Hinchy
HH3017World Environmental HistorySEM
(On campus)
Lin Qi Feng
HH3039Maritime Asia in the Longue DureeSEM
(On campus)
Koh Keng We
HH3044Heritage Medicine in Singapore: Malay and Chinese TraditionsSEM
(On campus)
Faizah Zakaria
HH4007International History of the Cold WarSEM
(On campus)
Zhou Taomo
HH4010Anticolonial Resistance in the British EmpireSEM
(On campus)
Tapsi Mathur
HH4022Colonial Medical Practices in SingaporeSEM
(On campus)
Ivy Yeh
HH4028Tantric South Asia: Politics, Aesthetics, ReligionSEM
(On campus)
Nicholas Witkowski
HH4090Special Topics in History-Global AsiaSEM
(On campus)
Grace Teo
HH4091
Special Topics in History-Interdisciplinary HistorySEM
(On campus)
Lin Qi Feng

Note: HH1010, HH2020 and HH3043 are not offered in Semester 1.

The mode of teaching may change depending on how the policies on the pandemic situation may pan out. Students will be informed by the course instructors about any latest updates/changes to the classes via NTULearn or email. Please check your emails regularly and look out for the latest announcements.

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