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UTSGCLA204H1No IdeaWinter

Lecture 1: Interpretation and Definition of Classical Mythology

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UTSGFOR303H1K A N TWinter

Lecture 6: Trade and Forests

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Lecture 5: Non-Timber Forest Products & Non-Market Valuation

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Lecture 4: Forest Values & Ranking Forest Projects

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Lecture 3: Stumpage & Forest Value

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Us & canada: us has 10x"s the pop. of canada, & similar consumption patterns, though slightly less forested area, hence much greater demand for forest
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Lecture 2: Forest Ownership: Forests as Capital

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Heather owns a bike, but more like a bundle-of-sticks, ex. Heather as the right to pedal, steer, inflate the tires, & brake this bike allows nuance in
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FOR303H1 Lecture Notes - Pedogenesis, Ecosystem Services, Religion

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 10: East Germany, West Germany: States and Dissent, 1961-1989 Revolution and Reunification, 1989-1990

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 9: The Long Postwar: West and East Germany, 1948-1961/68

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 8: Defeat, DPs and Denazification, 1943-1947

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 7: The Second World War and the Holocaust

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Lecture 7: the second world war and the holocaust. Kristallnacht: the night of broken glass , nov. 9, 1938. The attack on france: occupation and collab
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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 6: The Racial State

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The emergency decrees: the reichstag fire, feb. 27, 1933. Wild concentration camps: the destruction of the political left. Strengthening the army: the
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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 5: The Rise of the NSDAP: 1920-1933

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 4: Industry, Democracy, and Modernist Art

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*response papers only for participation, 3 in total out of the 5 remaining tutorials. Berlin in the 1920s becomes the centre of all types of mod art, p
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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture Three: Democracy in a Time of Hyperinflation: the Postwar Crisis, 1919-1923

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The spartacus league, a soviet in munich, the freikorps. Lecture three: democracy in a time of hyperinflation: the postwar crisis, 1919-1923. Nov 9, 19
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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 2: Defeat, Revolution, and the "Stab in the Back:" The Weimar Republic

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UTSGHIS317H1Jennifer JenkinsFall

Lecture 1: Intro to 20th Century Germany

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 20: Refugees and Refugee Policy

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 19: Multicultural Policy and it's Critics

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 18: Growing Diversity

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Liberalization and diversity, as the white canada policy undone. Brought about a gradual decline of immigrants from britain (1990s is the 10th), and w.
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 17: The Liberalization of Canadian Immigration Policies, 1960s and Beyond

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Lecture 17: the liberalization of canadian immigration policies, 1960s and beyond. Sponsorship: too many unskilled workers, not enough skilled ones. Tw
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 16: The "New Canadians"

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 15: Postwar Immigration Policies, 1946-1957

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 14: Ethnic Minorities During the Depression, and During the Second World War

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Lecture 14: ethnic minorities during the depression, and during the second world war. Immigration quiet low during this time, fell in 1930, and stayed
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 13: Radicalism and Repression

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Sig. minority became sort of radical, but were very loud. Gov"t did best to halt this radical activity. Did the dirty, heavy, dangerous jobs in industr
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 12: The "New Immigration"

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 11: The Prairies and the Immigration Boom, 1900-1913

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Lecture 11: the prairies and the immigration boom, 1900-1913. Saskatchewan pop. up 440% (vs. nova scotia pop. up only 7%) In ex100 at the exam centre o
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 10: Immigration and Emigration in the Confederation Era

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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 9: Anti-Orientalism and a White Canada Policy

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Lecture 9: anti-orientalism and a white canada policy. Will be written in the exam centre on mccaul street, ex ground floor room. Make sure to look up
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 8: Asian Immigrants

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Pull: jobs, aboard, the coolie trade, gold rushes, and the railway construction jobs. Rags to riches, chang toy, sam kee company. One of the distinct f
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 7: Colonizing the West Coast

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The hudson"s bay company and colonial beginnings on vancouver island. Abs population decline: from 200 000 to 27 000, 1730-1880. 1858, fraser river, fo
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 6: African- Americans: Fugitive Slaves and Free Blacks

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Lecture 6: african- americans: fugitive slaves and free blacks. Came for their freedom, as they crossed the border became official brit subjects, as no
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 5: The Irish

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Institutions: the loyal orange lodge (the orange order) *to hand in primary source essay, 4 pgs, 15% of grade. Largest number of arrivals, after 1815 w
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 4: Assisted Immigration from Britain

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Debates in brit about whether or not to fund the immigration. Some said yes, had to colonize the immigrants. Others said no, they would fund their way
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 3: Migration from the British Isles, from 1800 to 1865

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Lecture 3: migration from the british isles, from 1800 to 1865. Napoleonic wars (1799-1815) and the war of 1812: a brake on migration. Scots in the mar
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UTSGHIS312H1Ian RadforthFall

Lecture 2: The Loyalist Influx

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