GGR202H5 • Geography of Canada

Description

This course will spotlight how Canada, as a nation, is constructed through historical and contemporary systems of inclusions and exclusions. Taking a geographic approach to Canada means taking a look at the social construction of ‘Canada’ through the politics and production of spaces. We will explore how landscape, borders, regions, territory, land, and environment are imagined, organized, contested and fought for by individuals and communities.

Prerequisites
4.0 credits
Exclusions
GGR228Y5 or GGR246H1
Distribution Requirement
Social Science
Total Instructional Hours
24L
Program Area
Geography