Examines the construction of past events that make up the body of knowledge known as PreConfederation Canada; explores alternative forms of understanding Canada's past and the possibility of a history of relation; dialogues with indigenous and newcomer ways of knowing; reimagines Canada's past in the formation of identity and nationalism, colony and empire, and co-existence and partnership in local, national and global contexts. Considers how representations of Canada's past continue to shape relations between indigenous nations and settler society, Quebec and Canada, and Canada and the globe.
Globalization, Co-Existence, and Identity
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