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This course invites you to take part in a conversation about Canada—its past, present, and future. This course introduces contemporary ideas about how Canada as represented by its key social, political, and economic institutions. It examines the nature and character of Canadian institutions, communities, and values. It introduces questions but does not offer definite answers. Instead, these questions ask you consider constructions of Canada and life in this country and urges you to consider your own perspectives.

This course traces the decline of the aristocracy the triumph of the middle classes and the making of the working class in Britain during the early stages of capitalism and industrialization. The course also examines gender relations and analyses the notion of separate spheres. Particular attention is paid to the controversies among historians surrounding the nature of social transformation in Britain. Format Lecture 3 Hours Monday Wednesday and Friday 1130 to 1220PM Hart Hall 218.