Credits: 3 credits
Students examine the history and political development of Quebec, from the period of the French regime to modern French-English relations within Canada. Students focus on significant social and political developments in the modern period, such as the Rebellions of 1837-38, the emergence of the 'state of siege' mentality after 1840, the impact of industrialization and Confederation, the Quiet Revolution, and nationalism. Contemporary issues are also addressed, including recent debates over 'reasonable accommodation,' national identity, and the relationship between Quebec and Canada.
Prerequisite: No fewer than 6 credits in recognized lower-level History courses, or POLI 1110 and one other Political Science class
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