HIS326Y5 • History of Women in Canada, 1600-2000

Description

This course samples the experience of women in various regions of Canada from pre-contact times through the First World War. Was Iroquoian society a matriarchy? Were women in New France more "liberated" than their 19th century granddaughters? Other topics include domestic servants, fur trade women, suffrage campaigns, Nellie McClung, World War II and Women's Liberation.

Note: This is a 1.0 credit course that is offered over one session (half year) only.

Distribution Requirement
Humanities
Total Instructional Hours
24L/24T
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
History