Canadian Culture Through Films

FLM 281
Description: This course will help students understand the complexities of Canadian society and its various cultures/identities through the study of film. Specific focus will be paid to Quebecois and Aboriginal perspectives. Film viewings and supplementary readings, as well as site visits and/or guest speakers, will teach students about the fundamental cultural and historical characteristics of Montreal, Quebec and Canada. Students will be expected to actively explore and observe the Montreal milieu. Champlain Students: This course can serve both FLM students and non-FLM students. The course can be taken as either a FLM elective or used as Core 330 requirement.

Prerequisite: None
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats
Spring
Summer
FLM 281-101A TWTH 2-4:45PM 05/20/19 - 06/28/19 Van Sertima 0