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Winter 2016
May 13, 2021
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HIST 2288 - History of Social Movements in Canada (C)
This course examines how Canadian democracy has historically been contested, debated, and challenged. It will focus on the post-Confederation history of social movements, citizen engagement, and state responses to dissent. The course will discuss grassroots movements of workers, the poor, women, indigenous peoples, and racial and ethnic minorities. Students may not hold credit for both HIST 2288 and the former HIST 2284.

3.0 Credit hours

Arts Course

History Department

Course Attributes:
Canadian Studies, History:Canadian, Humanities, Labour Studies:Elective, Recommended Intro Courses, Written English Requirement

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