courses

Undergraduate Canadian Studies Program at a Glance
Graduate Anthropology MA Program at a Glance
Graduat Canadian Studies PhD Program at a Glance
courses

 

Proposed course offerings FW 2017 (subject to change)

CAST 1100H – Conflicted Canada

FA 2017

Conflicted Canada introduces the conflicts, contexts and challenges of Canada and what it means to be Canadian. Exploring social, political and cultural upheavals to the land itself, topics include Colonization and Conquest, Identity, Regional Conflict, Representations from Riel to Hockey, Immigration and Art. Excludes CAST 1000Y


CAST 1101H – Canada: Images and realities of a nation

WI 2018
By studying famous Canadian people, important Canadian events, and challenging moments in Canada’s past, we will ask questions about who Canadians think they are. Which stories make Canadians feel connected to each other and which stories divide us? And how do these come together to form a national identity? Excludes CAST 1000Y

 

CAST 1103H – Global Canada

WI 2018

Does the world really “need more Canada”? How do Canadians understand themselves and their country within a global context? This course critically analyzes Canada’s role internationally exploring the important world events that have shaped Canadian society and their impact on the notion of Canadian citizenship and Canada as a nation. Excludes CAST 1000Y

DURHAM: CAST 1104H – Local Lives, Everyday Canadian Life

FA 2017

While often imagined as a national construct, everyday Canadians’ lives are largely organized at the local level. This course explores the local, focusing upon the key social organizations and institutions that shape the real experience of ordinary Canadians, especially with the urban experience.Excludes CAST 1000Y

 

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