NEW102H1: Exploring Multilingual Toronto

Hours: 
12L/24S

How does language connect and divide people, places and communities? This course considers how interactions between people in Toronto are shaped by language as well as history, economy, architecture and urban landscapes. Students engage with the city both in and out of class to think about a range of questions linked to gender and sexuality, indigeneity, migration, race, ethnicity, and public/private space. Restricted to first-year students. Not eligible for CR/NCR.

Prerequisite: 

Admission to New One

Exclusion: 

INI/Munk/SMC/TRN/UNI/VIC/WDW One; NEW101H1/​ NEW103H1/​ NEW104H1/​ NEW105H1/​ NEW106H1

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