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Canadian Classes at PSU

2012-2013 

Fall 2012: 

CRN# 15199

CRN# 14938

ENG 410: TOP: Canadian Literature

GEOG 368U: United States & Canada

Lo, M.

Harvey, T.

Winter 2013:

CRN# 40040

CRN# 45513

CRN# 44854

CRN# 45196

ANTH 355U: Historical Archaeology and Origins of Modern Pacific Northwest

ENG 410: TOP: Canadian Literature

GEOG 366U: History & Geography of North America

HST 331: Native Americans of W. North America

Wilson, D.

Lo, M.

Harvey, T.

Landrum, C.

Spring 2013:  

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2011-2012

 

Fall 2011:  

ENG  367U   TOP IN CULT/LIT:CANADIAN WRITERS

PS  407       CONGRESS & PARLIAMENTS 

Reese, S.

Clucas, R.

Winter 2012:  

ANTH 355U  HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGY: Pacific Northwest

ANTH 364U  PACIFIC  NORTHWEST PRE-HISTORY

GEOG 368U  UNITED STATES & CANADA

Wilson, D.

Ames, K.

Harvey, T.

Spring 2012:   **Planning underway for a Quebecois  film festival: The Other Canada, in May 2012  (credit by arrangement)**
Summer 2012:

CRN# 82559

CRN# 82020

ANTH 364U: PACIFIC NORTHWEST PRE-HISTORY

HST 334U: HISTORY OF CANADA

Sterling, S.

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The INTL 399 "Understanding Canada" course will introduce basic geographical and historical facts, economic and political facts of the Anglophone and Francophone Canada. It will present themes of landscape and nature, survival myths and urban developments, identity and immigration, cultural and multicultural perspectives.  A few novels and short stories will be examined in “CanLit” illustrating British and French pasts and modern realities.

Tentative Readings:
Alistair MacLeod No Great Mischief
Gabrielle Roy Where Nests the water Hen
Gerard Bessette Not for every Eye
And one or two others….

CANADA COURSES 2008!

Our neighbor to the North offers history, opportunity, and student scholarships. All undergrads and grads are welcome to enroll in HST 410/510 (M/W 2-3:50P Clay 201) and learn more about the past and present Canada and the opportunities it offers PSU students.
Please contact Ann Fulton, History Dept., fultona@pdx.edu for more information.

HST 399 Canadian Literature

GEOG 368 UnitedStates and Canada

GEOG 366 Historical Geography of North America

SOC 441-541 Population and Society

ANTH 364 Pacific Northwest Prehistory

HST 407 History of Modern Canada

PA 410-510 Contemporary Canada

PA 410-510 Politics and Policy of the Pacific Northwest

INTL 410 Issues in Canadian Politics

FR 410-510 Quebecois Literature

FR 407-507 Twentieth Century French Literature

FR 435-535 Francophone Literature of the Twentieth Century