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HIS311 Lecture 1 - Bothwell

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Department
History
Course
HIS102Y1
Professor
Robert Bothwell
Semester
Fall

Description
Lecture 1: 09/14/10 TA’s – John Dirks (head TA), Robin Grifford, Brendan Kelly *Dirks is interested in Canada-U.S.-Cuba relations HISTORY OF CANADIAN FOREIGN RELATIONS *a functional perspective *how Canada got to where it is today (the factors) *different kinds of historians supply the hard data -Sociological historians discuss… -Social historians discuss the working out of social situations (gender, political, racial) -Economic historians discuss how the economy dictates… -Foreign relations historians discuss all of these *political scientists interpret data and supply theory *Generally, political scientists need historians for a factual background. Historians have different questions and see events in different ways than political scientists. “History teaches a respect for the past and the people of the past” – history is cyclical and hindsight can provide valuable foresight. *the factors
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