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Fall 2017/Winter 2018 (Full-Year Courses)

 

For full details of all courses, please refer to the Academic Timetable

 

  1. Canadian Studies
  2. History
  3. Political Science
  1. Gender & Women's Studies
  2. Indigenous Studies
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Canadian Studies

CAST-2360Y Canadian History Thro Murder Execution

Was Louis Riel a traitor who deserved to be executed? Did diplomat Herbert Norman kill himself because of American accusations that he was a Communist? Was the bombing of Air India Flight 182 "Canada's 9/11"? This course uses such episodes to explore political, social, economic, and cultural changes in Canada. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits or permission of the chair. Excludes HIST-CAST 2350Y. Students may take only one of HIST-CAST 2360Y or 2361H for credit.

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Gender & Women's Studies

WMST-4205Y Indg Women & Settler History

Explores historical representations of several Indigenous women in what is now North America. Particular attention is paid to the symbolic uses of these women and how their bodies been put into the service of settler histories. Prerequisite: INDG 1000Y or 1.0 WMST credit or 1.0 HIST credit or 10.0 university credits.

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History

HIST-2305Y Colonial Encounters

Explores the multifaceted encounters that resulted from European colonialism. The focus of the course is on the lives and experiences of Indigenous peoples in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific basin to develop a comprehensive understanding of colonialism and resistance on a global scale. Prerequisite: 1.0 university credit. Excludes INDG 4956: Special Topic: Colonial Encounters.

 

HIST-2360Y Canadian History Thro Murder Execution

Was Louis Riel a traitor who deserved to be executed? Did diplomat Herbert Norman kill himself because of American accusations that he was a Communist? Was the bombing of Air India Flight 182 "Canada's 9/11"? This course uses such episodes to explore political, social, economic, and cultural changes in Canada. Prerequisite: 3.0 university credits or permission of the chair. Excludes HIST-CAST 2350Y. Students may take only one of HIST-CAST 2360Y or 2361H for credit.

 

HIST-4205Y Indg Women & Settler History

Explores historical representations of several Indigenous women in what is now North America. Particular attention is paid to the symbolic uses of these women and how their bodies been put into the service of settler histories. Prerequisite: INDG 1000Y or 1.0 WMST credit or 1.0 HIST credit or 10.0 university credits.

 

HIST-4650Y Islam and Terrorism

Current topic: Islam and Terrorism. An advanced seminar course on select aspects of the history of the Middle East. Prerequisite: 4.0 HIST credits or permission of the chair. Excludes HIST 3651H, 4958Y (2004-2005). Students may take only one of HIST 4650Y or 4651H for credit.

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Indigenous Studies

INDG-2000Y Politics & Indigenous Communities

Focuses both on the traditional political culture of Indigenous peoples and on the political structures of colonialism (Indian Acts, Treaties, etc.) viewed from legal and historical perspectives. Contemporary analysis treats Indigenous self-government including models of development, cultural and ideological foundations, government policy, and implementation strategies. Prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y) or POST 1001H and 1002H (or 1000Y) or permission of instructor.

 

INDG-2305Y Colonial Encounters

Explores the multifaceted encounters that resulted from European colonialism. The focus of the course is on the lives and experiences of Indigenous peoples in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific basin to develop a comprehensive understanding of colonialism and resistance on a global scale. Prerequisite: 1.0 university credit. Excludes INDG 4956: Special Topic: Colonial Encounters.

 

INDG-4205Y Indg Women & Settler History

Explores historical representations of several Indigenous women in what is now North America. Particular attention is paid to the symbolic uses of these women and how their bodies been put into the service of settler histories. Prerequisite: INDG 1001H (or 1000Y) or 1.0 WMST credit or 1.0 HIST credit or 10.0 university credits.

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Political Science

POST-2000Y Politics & Indigenous Communities

Focuses both on the traditional political culture of Indigenous peoples and on the political structures of colonialism (Indian Acts, Treaties, etc.) viewed from legal and historical perspectives. Contemporary analysis treats Indigenous self-government including models of development, cultural and ideological foundations, government policy, and implementation strategies. Prerequisite: INDG 1000Y or POST 1001H and 1002H (or 1000Y) or permission of instructor.

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For full details of all courses, please refer to the Academic Timetable