POLC58H3: The Politics of National Identity and Diversity

This course explores the foundational concepts of nation and nationalism in Canadian and comparative politics, and the related issues associated with diversity. The first section looks at the theories related to nationalism and national identity, while the second applies these to better understand such pressing issues as minorities, multiculturalism, conflict and globalization.

Areas of Focus: Canadian Government and Politics; Comparative Politics

(POLB92H3) or [POLB56H3 and POLB57H3] or (POLB50Y3)
Social and Behavioural Sciences