To Know Our Many Selves (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
360
Utgivningsdatum
2010-05-01
Förlag
AU Press
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781897425725
To Know Our Many Selves (häftad)

To Know Our Many Selves

From the Study of Canada to Canadian Studies

Häftad Engelska, 2010-05-01
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To Know Our Many Selves profiles the history of Canadianstudies, which began as early as the 1840s with the Study of Canada. Indiscussing this comprehensive examination of culture, Hoerderhighlights its unique interdisciplinary approach, which included bothsociological and political angles. Years later, as the study of otherethnicities was added to the cultural story of Canada, a solidfoundation was formed for the nation's master narrative.
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Born in Germany, Dirk Hoerder is a past president ofthe Association for Canadian Studies, and teaches at Arizona StateUniversity.

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Preface; Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Traditions and Practices: From Colonial and Area to Cultural orSocietal Studies I. Framing Research on Canada: Burdens and Achievements ofthe Past 2. The Atlantic World: Creating Societies in Imperial Hinterland 3. Canada's Peoples: Inclusions & Exclusions 4. Self-Constructions: From Regional Consciousnesses to NationalBillboards II. From Privileged Discourses to Research on SocialSpaces 5. Privileged Discourses up to 1920: Scholarship in the Making 6. Substantial Research: The Social Spaces of the Geological Surveyof Canada 7. Learning and Society: Social Responsibility, EducationalInstitutions, Elite Formation III. The Study of Canada: The Social Sciences, the Arts, NewMedia, 1920s-1950s 8. Data-Based Studies of Society: Political Economy, History,Sociology 9. Discourse-Based Reflections about Society: Where Were theHumanities? IV. The Third Phase: Multiple Discourses about InterlinkedSocieties 10. Decolonization: The Changes of the 1960s 11. Visions and Borderlines: Canadian Studies since the 1960s 12. Views from the Outside: The Surge of International CanadianStudies 13. Agency in a Multicultural Society: Interdisciplinary ResearchAchievements V. Perspectives 14. From Interest-Driven National Discourse to TransculturalSocietal Studies Interviews with the Author; Index