Race, Racism, and Ethnicity in Canada to 1900

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

Course description

This course explores the development of racial discourses from the colonial settings of New France and the British Empire in Northern North America to the end of the first period of mass-immigration at the turn of the 20th century. This course covers a wide range of topics from Native-newcomer relations, slavery, anti-Irish sentiment and the dispersal of the Metis to the reception and treatment of non-British immigrants from Europe and Asia.

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 358D. Credit will be granted for only one of HSTR 329A, HIST 358 (if taken in the same topic), HIST 358D, HIST 359 (if taken in the same topic).