List of Modules
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First Nations in their own Words: The Early History of Canada to 1500
Contact zones from the 16th to the 18th century: How did Aboriginal people perceive European newcomers?
Fur Traders and their Prey from the 17th to the 19th centuries: Why did
Aboriginals participate in the fur trade?
Seigneurial Tenure in Early Québec, 17th to the 19th century: What was the meaning of land ownership?
On the Edge of Empires: Acadians and Mikmaq in the 18th century
The 14th Colony: Nova Scotia and the American Revolution
Gender and Evangelical Protestantism in Early Upper Canada
Worlds of Work: Pre-Industrial Work, 1880-1860
The Rebellions of 1837-8 in Lower and Upper Canada: Why did people take up arms against the government?
Race, Class, and Gender: The Limits of Victorian Liberalism, 1830-1860
The Métis and Red River Society: Change, Adaptation, and Resistance, 1830s to 1870s
Schools, Prisons, and Asylums in mid-19th-century British North America:
What did institutional reforms have in common?
Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Colonial British Columbia
Immigrants and Immigration: The Case of the Irish, 1830-1860
Confederation: What Kind of Country are We to Have?
Industrialization and Women’s Work, 1870s to 1920s
Secularization in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century English Canada
Immigrants and Sojourners in the late 19th and early 20th Century Canada
As Long as the Sun Shines and the Waters Flow: Treaties and treaty-making in the 1870s West
What did it mean to be Canadian? Conflicting views on nationalism and identity (1880s-1920s)
The Early Canadian Women’s Movement and the Struggle for the Vote, 1870s-1918
The Great War: Leaders, Followers and Record-Keepers
Protest, parties, and politics between the wars, 1919-1939
Canada in the 1930s: Surviving Canada’s Great Depression
A National Crime: Residential Schools in Canada, 1880s to 1960s
World War II and the Internment of Enemy Aliens: Circumscribing Personal Freedoms
Peacekeeping Missions, 1956 to the 1990s: Canada’s Real Contribution to World Affairs?
Constructing a Canadian Icon: The Medicare Debate to the 1960s
The Sixties: A Youth Revolution or A Few Angry Baby Boomers?
Neoliberalism, Globalization, and Productivity: The New Economic Mantra in the late 20th century
The Era of Mega-constitutionalism in Canada, 1968-1992
Traitors or Patriots? The Continentalism and Nationalism in the Free Trade Elections of 1891 and 1911
Reconciling the Two Solitudes? The Debate over Official Languages, 1963-1995
Queering Canada: Gay and Lesbian Political and Social Activism, 1969-1982
The Group of Seven Artists: Inclusions and Exclusions in Canadian Landscape
Unfreedom in Early Canada: Race, Empire and Slavery
Eugenics in Canada
Canadian External Relations
Homegrown Terrorism: The October Crisis of 1970
Some Light During Quebec's "Dark Ages": 1944–1960
Women and the Church in New France
Work, Family, and Community on the Land
Children and Childhood in the Nineteenth Century
Public Spaces: Accommodation and Conflict in the Colonies
First Nations and the New Empires
Brave New Families: Domesticity in Early Cold War Canada
Regulating Sexuality in the Early 20th Century
Age Matters: Growing Up in the Interwar Years
Medium and Message: Popular Culture, Mass Media, and National Identity, 1960s–2000s
Sporting Identities: "Race", Gender, Nation and Sport in Late 19th - Early 20th Century Canada