CANADA AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR This course will examine the underlying causes of the First World War, the experiences of those who fought overseas, and the impact of war on the work and lives of those on the home front. Although the course will consider the international context of war, particular attention will be paid to the Canadian experience of the First World War, including the conscription controversy, post-war commemoration, and the legacy of the First World War for Canadian identity, politics, and culture in the twentieth century. Lecture/Seminar: Three hours a week. Restriction: Student must have second year standing or above OR have permission of the instructor. 05-09-2018-28-11-2018 Lecture Wednesday 06:00PM - 09:00PM, SDU Main Bldg, Room 113