HIST 410 Citizenship and Belonging in Canadian History




This class explores historical ideas of inclusion and exclusion in the lands that now comprise Canada. While it investigates statutory categories of citizenship, it also moves beyond those categories to better understand the ways social, political, and cultural belonging have been defined throughout Canada's history. Important themes include lndigeneity; race and enslavement; ethnicity and religion; social class and status; gender and feminism; and legal codes and overlapping legal customs.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including one of the following: HIST 110, HIST 111, HIST 206 or HIST 209

Course Outlines

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