HIST 3319 – Conflict and Violence in Canadian History

(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture

This course examines conflicts and violent events in Canadian history and how they have shaped Canadian society. It takes a case-study approach to the problem, and themes may include relations between labour and capital, French/English relations, nativism and immigration, racial/ethnic/gendered violence in society, Native/newcomer relations, and the impact of war on society.

Recommended Preparation: History 1131 and/or 1133.

west gate mount royal