Program Calendar (2017/18)
HIST-201 - Pre-Confederation Canada
|HIST-201||Pre-Confederation Canada||3 - credits||$318.06|
This course surveys Canada’s past before 1867. From the country’s original First Nations inhabitants through French settlers and English conquerors to colonial immigrants, labourers, businessmen, politicians, and women; it looks at a panoply of fascinating historical agents. In addition, significant events, such as group contact, settlement processes, economic undertakings, military battles as well as rebellions, social developments, and political evolutions, are examined. Attention is paid to chronology’s impact on continuity and change throughout the period, but greater emphasis is placed on understanding these agents and events through the major analytical categories of race/ethnicity, gender, and class. Ultimately, this course wants to explore the cause and effect outcomes on the current context of Canadians.
Delivery Method: On-Campus Online
Credits: 3 | Length: 45 hours | Course Outline for HIST-201
HIST-201 Pre-Confederation Canada can be found in the following programs: