POG 313 Race and Ethnicity in Canada

Race and Ethnicity in Canada explores theories of race and related systems and practices of ethnicity, gender and multiculturalism and their impact on politics in Canada. The course is premised on the understanding that racial classifications are objective structures determining access to resources, opportunity and power in the Canadian political economy. The course also explores responses to racism by the Canadian state, key institutions and minority groups in efforts to address racism, including race relations, anti-racism and Canada’s multiculturalism policy. (Canadian) Lect: 3 hrs. Prerequisite: POG 210 or POG 320 or POL 27B or (POL 101 and POL 102) or POL 332 or PPA 120 Course Weight: 1.00 Billing Units: 1

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