Reading seminar wed nov 4 2020 canada and wwii why

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Reading Seminar: Wed, Nov 4, 2020 Canada and WWII: Why did Canada enter the war? Did the different battles fought mean anything to Canada as a nation? Consider: x The Phony War x The War Effort, 1940-42 p. 349-350 x The Battle at Dieppe x Canadians Participation in Northwestern Europe page 367-368 x Canadian Forces in Action on the North Atlantic and in Italy and Northwestern Europe 359-365, 362-364, 367-369
HIST 102A-Canada Since Confederation Instructor: Anjali Malhotra Fall 2020 Term M/W 1:00-2:20pm Zoom online Week 10- Nov 9/11 Day Canada and WWII: Women, Ethnic Groups in Wartime Why did the war cause greater divisions and problems of national unity? WWI or WWII. How did the World War shape the Canadian identity? Did the World War lead to the progress and was it beneficial for Canadian society? Why did race become such a barrier to Canadian national unity? How can we compare the role of women from the previous eras to WWII? What was the condition of the Aboriginals after 1945? The “Good War” Weekly Reflection #8 Due: Mon, Nov 9, 2020 Choose any topic we have studied on WWI or WWII. How did the World War shape the Canadian identity? Did the World War lead to the progress and was it beneficial for Canadian society? Wed, Nov 11 College Closed Remembrance Day Week 11 Nov 16/18 Special Topics: Historical Trauma and Memory in Canadian history What are Hidden Histories? Historical Trauma in preparation for Term Paper What is Cultural Genocide? The Whites Were Terrorists the Aboriginal Reading Seminar: Wed, Nov 18 Did Canada stand to gain from WWII? What did this war mean for everyone involved? Consider: x Molly Bobak and the CWAC x Tommy Prince and the Devil’s Brigade x Indigenous and WWII x Japanese-Canadian
HIST 102A-Canada Since Confederation Instructor: Anjali Malhotra Fall 2020 Term M/W 1:00-2:20pm Zoom online Holocaust internment x Hitler and the Holocaust x Night by Elie Wiesel Week 12 Nov 23/25 The Changing Face of Canada in the 1960- 1980’s What is the Multicultural Nation? Immigrant Experience in Canada p.493-498 p. 507-511 White Paper Oka Crisis Sixties Scoop The White Paper: What was purpose of the White Paper? Can you argue that it was a just and fair policy to make society equal? Reading Seminar: Wed, Nov 25 The Indigenous and the Canadian government: What is the Cultural Genocide? How does this tragedy help you to understand the continued Indigenous-Canadian relations into the present? Consider: x The Documents on Aboriginal Genocide x Sixties Scoop and cultural dislocation x Assimilation x The White Paper, 1969 x The Oka Crisis x Social Integration or Disintegration?

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