DTS314H1: Citizenship and Multiculturalism

Hours

24S

This course examines approaches to belonging and distinction that accompany different models of citizenship. What are some historical and recent trends in the intersections of place, custom, and rights? How have governments related social diversity to social justice in theory and in practice? Areas of emphasis will vary, but may include topics such as authenticity and assimilation; ethno-nationalism; immigration and naturalization policy; indigeneity; insurgency; legacies of colonialism; mass media and popular culture; policing and surveillance; racial stratification; transnational markets; and xenophobia.

Prerequisite
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)
Mode of Delivery
In Class