Courses - Graduate 2017W
|Paige Raibmon, Coll Thrush||T||2||
This course is an introduction to the practices and perspectives of Indigenous history. We will read some of the best recent works in Indigenous history in Canada, the United States, and beyond, and will also engage some of the more fractious debates within this interdisciplinary area of researc
|Nicholas Kenny (SFU)David Morton||M||1||
History 597A will take place at SFU Vancouver Campus (Harbour Centre 515 West Hastings Street) - Room: HCC7210
This course will approach nationalism from a global perspective. It will study the different theories of nationalism, the policies it fostered around the world in the 19th and 20th centuries, and the relationship between history, memory and nations.
This course will consider historical approaches to the study of life stages, generations, and age cohorts.