Welcome to Canadian Studies
Join us as we celebrate 40 years of Canadian Studies at Trent in 2013-2014. Visit our 40Years page for more information about special events and speakers!
NEW! Due to higher than anticipated enrollments, another seminar has been added to CAST 1103H - Global Canada in the WI 2014.
If you are looking for space in the course, please select:
CAST-1103H-A-W04 (express Synonym 515119), that has a seminar Wednesdays at 5pm.
Canadian Studies introduces new flexible, innovative degree requirements for incoming majors and joint majors as of May 2012. Find out more about how you can shape your degree to your interests. New Degree Requirements!
Canadian Studies is an interdisciplinary exploration of the concepts and practices of "Canadianness".
Through a critical examination of themes such as Sovereignty, Nationalism, Indigeneity, Regionalism, Multiculturalism, Immigration, Labour, and Peacekeeping, as well as by exploring representations of Canada in film, art, and literature, Canadian Studies allows for a greater understanding of the diverse and often contested meanings of the Canadian experience and Canadian citizenship.