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HIST 136
All My Relations: Canada and the World after 1867

Examines the construction of past events that make up the body of knowledge known as PostConfederation Canada; explores alternative narratives from those of progressive nationalism and identity politics as informed by race, class, gender, ethnicity, and environmentalism and encourages a history of relation; dialogues with Indigenous and newcomer ways of knowing. Considers how Canada’s past shaped (and
continues to inform) relations between indigenous nations and settler society, Quebec and Canada, charter members and minorities, patriarchy and women, society and the environment, and Canada and the globe.

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