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Canadian Studies 1A Lecture Outline 2014-2015

Please note that Canadian Studies 1A will not be running in session 2014-2015.

Lecture Outline

INTRODUCTION

1.The Dynamics of Multiculturalism in Contemporary Canada
Tues 16 September

INDIGENOUS AND SETTLER FOUNDATIONS OF CANADA

2.Indigenous Nations of Canada
Wed 17 September
 
 3.New France: Religion, Trade, Colonisation and Defeat
Tues 23 September
 
 4.Canada and the Superpowers: Britain, France and the USA
Wed 24 September

5.Nationalist and Political Rebellions in British North America
Tues 30 September
 
 6.Confederation: Creating a Multinational Federal State
Wed 1 October
 
NATIONALISM, TERRORISM AND LANGUAGE POLITICS IN QUEBEC

7.Nationalism and Language Politics in Quebec and Canada

Tues 7 October
 
 8.Extreme Nationalism, Terrorism and the FLQ Crisis in Quebec
Wed 8 October
 
KNOWLEDGE MOBILIZATION PROJECT

9.Planning your Knowledge Mobilization Project
Tues 14 October
 
SOVEREIGNTY REFERENDUMS IN QUEBEC

10.The 1980 Quebec Referendum on Sovereignty-Association
Wed 15 October
 
11.The 1995 Quebec Referendum on Sovereignty
Tues 21 October
 

12.Bande Desinée (Comic Strips) and Quebec Referendums
Wed 22 October
 
INUIT LAND CLAIMS, GOVERNANCE, IDENTITY AND FILM

13.The Nunavut Land Claims Agreement - an Indigenous Constitution
Tues 28 October
 
14.Inuit Traditional Knowledge and Contemporary Public Government
Wed 29 October

15.Protecting and Promoting the Inuit Language in Nunavut
Tues 4 November
 
16.Film: Staking the Claim: Dreams, Democracy and Canadian Inuit
Wed 5 November
 
INDIGENOUS REPRESENTATIONS IN SCOTTISH & CANADIAN MUSEUMS

17.Indigenous Community Representation in Scottish Museums
Tues 11 November
 
18.Living Lands Exhibition - National Museum of Scotland
Wed 12 November

CONCLUSION

19/20.Speed Exchange of Knowledge Mobilisation Projects
Tues 18 November and Wed 19 November
 
 

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