The History of Immigration and Racism in Canada: Essential Readings
Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2008 - History - 305 pages
This outstanding collection examines the complex and disturbing history of immigration and racism in Canada. Major themes include Native/non-Native contact, migration and settlement in the nineteenth century, immigrant workers and radicalism, human rights, internment during WWII, and racism of the present day.
The readings are divided into five cohesive sections:
This book is destined to make its mark in History departments across the country and will also be of interest to students and researchers in Canadian Studies, Sociology, Demography, Political Science, and Geography.
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