Are you teaching labour history?
The Canadian Committee on Labour History has a strong interest in sharing information and resources relating to the teaching of labour and working-class history.
We welcome course syllabi and other resources relating to labour history teaching. Please send materials in PDF format to our Chair (email@example.com) and we will endeavour to include on this webpage. Also, feel free to share this page with colleagues.
Labour History Curriculum Project
College & University Resources
Athabasca University, History 336 (History of Canadian Labour)
Brock University, History 3P48 (Wealth, Work, and Power in the United States)
Queens University, History 434 (The Canadian Left in the Twentieth Century)
Simon Fraser University, Labour Studies 330 (Studying Labour through Film)
Université du Québec à Montréal, Département d'histoire, History 4524 (Culture ouvrière et militantisme dans l'histoire québécoise et canadienne)
Université du Québec en Outaouais, Département de relations industrielles, REI 1333 (Histoire de la société et du syndicalisme québécois)
University of British Columbia, History 490E (Labour and the Left in British Columbia)
University of New Brunswick, History 3332 (The Canadian Worker Since 1914)
University of Western Ontario, History 2125G (Canadian Business and Labour History)
York University, Social Sciences 3210 and History 3531 (The Working Class in Canadian Society)
Stan M. Lawlor, Report on the Status of Canadian Labour History Teaching (Montreal: COHRL Occasional Paper, No. 2, November 2006)
Resources for Teaching the History of Capitalism
Canadian Labour Studies Bibliography
Canadian Labour Studies Index
Oral History Resources
Working Histories Portal
Working People: A History of Labour in British Columbia (Film)