HIS429H1: Canada and Empire in the Twentieth Century

Hours: 
24S

This course explores the ways in which twentieth century Canada was shaped by its complex relationship to empire. Course readings place Canadian historiography into dialogue with new theoretical and methodological approaches drawn from postcolonial studies, new imperial history, feminist and critical race theory. Topics include the meaning of empire in everyday life, migration, the impact of global decolonization, and Aboriginal politics.

Prerequisite: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)