Race, Racism, and Ethnicity in Canada Since 1900

Code: HSTR 329B
Apply this course towards: Intercultural Studies and Practice

Course description

This course surveys the place and meanings of race and ethnicity in Canada since 1900. This course explores state and dominant ideologies as well as the experiences of Indigenous Peoples, immigrants, and of community development using film, fiction and popular, social and political histories. Topics may include histories of dispossession, exclusion, racism and anti-Semitism as well as narratives of resistance, survival and resurgence.

How to register

Registration is limited to UVic undergraduate students. Students should register themselves via UVic's Online Tools.

Please contact the Department of History directly for any inquiries regarding this course.

Additional course details

Formerly offered as HIST 358G. Credit will be granted for only one of HSTR 329B, HIST 358 (if taken in the same topic), HIST 358D (if taken in Sep 1989 – Aug 2001) HIST 358G, HIST 359 (if taken in the same topic).