BA or BSc (120 credit hour) Combined Honours in Canadian Studies - The Idea of Canada: Social and Political Perspectives CANA 2001   The Idea of Canada: Social and Political Perspectives
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course employs an interdisciplinary approach to focus on selected themes in Canadian history and society. It explores developments before and after the arrival and European peoples, and focuses on the rise and the impact of settler colonialism. It examines major events in the formation of Canada, and gives students the opportunity to work directly with primary sources. Themes may include, but are not restricted to: Indigenous history and culture; imperial influences and colonialism; political and constitutional reform; bilingualism and multiculturalism; nationalism and ethnic conflict; globalization and protest movements.
NOTES: Course is open to first-year students.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Discussion

EXCLUSIONS: CANA 2000X