Problems in Colonial Canadian History
0.5 Credit

This course examines the ways in which factors such as region, institutions, and individuals influenced Canadian history during the colonial period, which includes early Native- Newcomer contact, New France, and British North America. Topics may include Aboriginal North America, law and justice in New France, and whether the formation of Canada was a product of evolution or revolution. HI111 will also expose students to the ways in which historians construct arguments, use evidence, and interpret and represent the past. {C,P}

Additional Course Information
2 lecture hours, 1 tutorial hour