AP/INDG3615 3.0 A: Race, Detention and Internment

Offered by: INDG


Fall 2019


Cancelled: Course Delivery





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

The course analyses processes of colonialism, racialization and racism in historical and contemporary examples of the internment and detention of racialized individuals and groups by Canada and other western countries. The internment of Japanese Canadians is examined, as well as contemporary examples of detention, including Guantánamo Bay and other sites. Prerequisites: AP/INDG 1050 6.00. Previously offered as: AP/MIST 3615 3.00

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