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Introduction to Canadian Studies from Nordic and Baltic perspectives

 

Course title: Introduction to Canadian Studies from Nordic and Baltic perspectives 

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Dates: 15-29 August 2021
Place: Stockholm University (online option if travel is impossible)
ECTS: 3
Registration period: 19.02-15.03.2021
Fees: travel and accomodation offered to all students accepted in the course
Audience: BA and MA students registrered in a Nordic or Baltic university

The course “Introduction to Canadian Studies” is given during the summer of 2021 at Stocholm University in collaboration with the University of Tartu, Vilnius University, Turku Academy, Kaunas University and the University of Latvia (Riga). It offers a broad view of Canadian society in comparison with the Nordic and Baltic countries. The course presents several aspects of Canada such as bilingualism, indigenous minorities, gender equality, cultural identity and literature.

The course is held in English and given in the form of seminars. You are expected to process the course literature in order to be able to actively participate in the discussions. During the course, you prepare an oral presentation and work on a written assignment that develops a special theme in the area.

The course is supported by Nordic and Baltic Cooperation (Nordplus)

More details and registration available on the homepage of Stockholm University.

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