|Unit(s): 3.0||Level(s): IV||Term(s): Fall||Offered?: Yes|
The aim of this course is to allow students to develop a better understanding of contemporary ethnic and race relations in Canada. A series of current debates on various theoretical and practical issues within the area of ethnicity and race will be presented and discussed. These include examining issues of racial profiling, reasonable accommodation, politics of recognition, Indigenous-settler relations, media portrayals, and intersections of ethnicity and race with other social traits. Students should be aware that this course will entail a heavy reading load.