BC's Indigenous Public Post-Secondary Institute

HIST-321 - Heroes, Rebels, Villains, Folks: The People Who Shaped Canada - 3.00 Credits

HIST-321 - Heroes, Rebels, Villains, Folks: The People Who Shaped Canada - 3.00 Credits

Course Details
This course will consider some of the individuals, both historically prominent and lesser known, who have helped to shape Canada and the social and/or impact that they left behind. An examination of these figures will offer insight into Canada's evolution from a British colony to more recent constitutional challenges. Themes include race, class, gender, identity, sexuality, indigeneity, colonialism, slavery, immigration, moral regulation, and activism. A focus will be on Indigenous leaders who helped shape Canada (Frank Calder, Elijah Harper, Louis Riel.), including local leaders.
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