This series documents Prof. Berger’s teaching related activities including course instruction and supervision of predominantly PhD graduate students. During his career at the University, Prof. Berger taught five undergraduate courses in Canadian history. Three of his undergraduate courses are documented in this series: HIS 261 “Canada since Confederation”, HIS 464 “The Prairie West since 1850”, and HIS 361 “Twentieth century Canada”. Handwritten lecture notes are included for HIS 361 arranged by topic of each lecture. Graduate course files include 1155Y “Topics in the History of Victorian Canada” and a file on PhD field work examination. Also included are copies of some student papers.
This series also contains files for graduate students Prof. Berger supervised between 1968 and 1997, arranged alphabetically by surname. These files contain correspondence, assessments and progress reports on the thesis and other records. In addition there is a file on theses for students he did not supervise. Finally, there are files documenting his graduate students who did not complete their theses (1970-1982).