Courses Offered by the Canadian Studies Program

Course Course Title 2017-2018 Instructors
CDN202H1 Aspects of Québec Culture Rosa Saverino
CDN205H1 Topics in Canadian Studies I Not offered 2017-2018
CDN218H1 Voices in Canadian Writing Andrew Lesk
CDN221H1 Culture and the Media in Canada Rick Salutin

CDN225H1

CDN230H1

Asian Canadian Space & Place

Asian Canadian History

Serene Tan

Lisa Mar

CDN267H1 Canadian Nationalisms Evgeny Efremkin
CDN268H1 Canada & Globalization Bret Edwards
CDN280H1 Canadian Jewish History Not Offered 2017-2018
CDN305H1 Topics in Canadian Studies II Not Offered 2017-2018
CDN307H1 Asian Cultures in Canada Serene Tan
CDN335H1 Black Canadian Studies Cheryl Thompson
CDN355H1 Digital Tools in a Canadian Context
 See: https://kensingtondeepdive.wordpress.com/
Siobhan O'Flynn
CDN367H1 Canadian Pluralism Siobhan O'Flynn
CDN368H1 Canada's Borders TBD
CDN380H1 Sociocultural Perspectives of Canadian Jewish Community Frank Bialystok
CDN390H1 Chinese Canadian Studies Lisa Mar
CDN395H1 Independent Study in Asian Canadian Studies Faculty
CDN406H1 Topics in Canadian Studies III Not Offered 2017-2018
CDN405H1 The University in Canada Pamela Gravestock/ Emily Greenleaf
CDN420Y1 Senior Essay in Canadian Studies Rick Salutin
CDN425H1 Independent Research in Canadian Studies Faculty
     
CDN435Y1 Active Citizenship in Canada Siobhan O'Flynn
DRM268H1 Canadian Theatre History Banuta Rubess
JSU325H1 Queerly Canadian (formerly UNI325H1) Scott Rayter

JUG320H1

The Canadian Wilderness

Not Offered 2017-2018

 

Instructor Profiles

CDN420Y1, CDN425H1, CDN430Y1 and CDN435Y1 Admission

Students who wish to enrol in CDN395H1, CDN420Y1, CDN425H1, CDN430Y1 or CDN435Y1 must submit the following forms:  

Please submit completed forms to uc.programs@utoronto.ca or to Room 173 at the following address:

OFFICE OF ACADEMIC SERVICES
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15 KING'S COLLEGE CIR
TORONTO, ON  M5S 3H7

UC Independent Study Courses

University College also has four independent study courses that give students an opportunity to design an independent research course at the 300- or 400-level not otherwise available within the Faculty. For more information on the eligibility requirements and application procedure please visit the UC Independent Study webpage.

Note: For information about a previous year's syllabus, please email uc.programs@utoronto.ca