Stemming from the Capstone Seminar in Canadian Studies at Carleton University, this peer-reviewed journal focuses on Canadian identities. This year, the authors – 4th year students and graduate students as well – studied a missing narrative or a misrepresentation of a Canadian narrative element of historical or social value. Being at the crossroads of public History, sociopolitical analysis, Indigenous studies, contemporary political and historical issues, this publication aims to challenge the representations of Canadian identities in the public space, in particular within the space of the recently renamed Canadian Museum of History. We hope that our reflections will trigger a reframed and renewed discourse about Canadian identity, as it is being established on the road to 2017.
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