This course provides students with a basic introduction to both aspects of Rural Canada and perspectives for analyzing features of Rural Canada. This course begins by introducing a variety of disciplinary perspectives and approaches for describing and analyzing Rural Canada. Disciplines include Rural Development, English Literature, Music, Resource Management, Geography, and Sociology. In terms of description, the rural dimension of each region of Canada is explored.
3 lecture hours per term, one term
Successors: 56:260, 88:260, 88:261, 88:350, 88:351, 88:352, 88:360, 88:458, 90:260, 90:261, 90:352.
Transfer Equivalents: Look up 88:150 in the BU Course Transfer Database.