HISD31H3 Thinking of Diversity: Perspectives on American Pluralisms

A seminar exploring the evolution of American thinking about diversity -- ethnic, religious, and regional -- from colonial-era defenses of religious toleration to today's multiculturalism. Participants will consider pluralist thought in relation to competing ideologies, such as nativism, and compare American pluralisms to formulations arrived at elsewhere, including Canada.
Transnational Area

Prerequisite: 

[Any 8.0 credits, including: [0.5 credit at the A- or B-level in HIS courses] and [0.5 credit at the C-level in HIS courses]] or [10.0 credits including  SOCB60H3]

Recommended Preparation: 
Enrolment Limits: 
15
Breadth Requirements: 
History, Philosophy & Cultural Studies