History Matters Topics in Canadian History (HIST 193.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
HIST 193 30 January 2017 Jason Zorbas (primary instructor)
HIST 193 W02 January 2017 Jason Zorbas (primary instructor)
 
HIST 193 29 September 2016 Jason Zorbas (primary instructor)
HIST 193 97 September 2016 Jason Zorbas (primary instructor)
HIST 193 U15 September 2016 Jason Zorbas (primary instructor)

Description

Courses offered under this heading examine focused topics in Canadian History. These courses explore historical issues, events, or trends of importance in Canadian history. The courses are designed to provide a basic understanding of the historical narrative from multiple perspectives, to explore how and why such narratives have been constructed the way they have been, and?through such explorations?to introduce students to ?thinking historically?. Lectures will explore historical narratives, their genesis, and the sources used to produce such narratives. Seminars will dig deeper into the tools and methodologies used by historians, provide instruction and practice in critical thinking and clear expression.

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