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Culture

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/ANTH 2100 6.00 From Empire to Globalization: Anthropological Perspectives*
  • AP/ANTH 2120 6.00 Visualizing Ourselves, Visualizing Others: Media, Representation and Culture*
  • AP/ANTH 3220 6.00 Greed, Globalization and the Gift: The Culture of Capitalism*
  • AP/ANTH 3420 3.00 Indigenous Minorities and Human Rights
  • AP/ARB 2700 6.00 Introduction to Arab Culture*
  • AP/COMN 4210 6.00 Global Communication: Contemporary Issues*
  • AP/EN 2240 6.00 Introduction to Postcolonial Literatures in English: African, Caribbean, South Asian and the South Pacific*
  • AP/EN 3031 6.00 Diaspora Theory
  • AP/EN 3240 6.00 Racial Minority Writing in Canada*
  • AP/EN 3410 3.00 Caribbean Literature
  • AP/EN 3430 6.00 South Asian Literature*
  • AP/EN 4411 3.00 Derek Walcott*
  • AP/EN 4420 6.00 African Drama
  • AP/GEOG 3370 3.00 International Development: Critical Geographical Perspectives*
  • AP/GEOG 4020 3.00 The Caribbean Islands since 1492: Process of Regional Geographic Change
  • AP/HND 2700 6.00 South Asian Literature and Culture*
  • AP/HND 3600 3.00 South Asian Female Literary Activism*
  • AP/HND 3610 3.00 Writings of Premchand (1880-1936)
  • AP/HUMA 2435 9.00 Japanese Culture, Literature and Film*
  • AP/HUMA 3310 3.00 The Writer and Folk Culture in the Caribbean
  • AP/HUMA 3310 6.00 The Writer and Folk Culture in the Caribbean
  • AP/HUMA 3500 6.00 Chinese Culture in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore: Their Literary Texts and Film
  • AP/HUMA 3510 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/MIST 3520 6.00) Religion, Gender and Korean Culture
  • AP/HUMA 3660 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/CDNS 3660 3.00, AP/MIST 3660 3.00) African-Canadian Voices
  • AP/HUMA 3660 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/CDNS 3660 6.00, AP/MIST 3660 6.00) African-Canadian Voices
  • AP/HUMA 3664 3.00 The Oral Tradition in Caribbean Culture
  • AP/HUMA 3816 3.00 The Balkans: Religion, Culture & Identity*
  • AP/HUMA 4315 6.00 Religion and Politics in the Caribbean
  • AP/HUMA 4415 6.00 Contemporary Japanese Literature, Film and Comics
  • AP/HUMA 4826 3.00 Urban Life and the Islamic City: Religion, Society and the Formation of Space
  • AP/POR 3650 3.00 Aspects of Modern Brazil
  • AP/POR 3660 3.00 Readings in Mozambican Literature: Re-telling History through Fiction
  • AP/SOSC 2430 3.00 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia
  • AP/SOSC 2430 6.00 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia
  • AP/SOSC 3480 6.00 Culture, Democracy and Development in Africa*
  • AP/SOSC 3512 6.00 Postcolonial Theory
  • AP/SOSC 3514 6.00 Western Theories of the 'Other'
  • AP/SOSC 4450 3.00 (cross-listed to:AP/HUMA 4300 3.00)Aspects of Modern Latin American and Caribbean Studies: Culture and Politics*
  • AP/SOSC 4450 6.00(cross-listed to: AP/HUMA 4300 6.00) Aspects of Modern Latin American and Caribbean Studies: Culture and Politics
  • AP/SOSC 4510 6.00 African Popular Culture*
  • AP/SOSC 4603 3.00 Field Experience for International Development (Study Abroad)
  • AP/SP 4650 6.00 Literature and Music in Spanish America
  • AP/SWAH 1000 6.00 Introduction to Swahili*
  • ES/ENVS 4215 3.00 Globalization and Indigenous Peoples*
  • FA/FILM 3610A 3.00 Studies in National Cinemas: Chinese Film

Diasporas and Migration
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/COMN 4732 3.00 Theories of Diaspora and Transnational Media*
  • AP/COMN 4733 3.00 Second-Generation Diaspora and Identity*
  • AP/EN 3031 6.00 Diaspora Theory
  • AP/EN 4400 6.00 Diaspora Literatures*
  • AP/GEOG 3070 6.00 Gender, Population and Migration
  • AP/GEOG 4170 3.00 Geographic Perspectives on Immigration, Ethnicity and Race in Modern Cities*
  • AP/HIST 3581 6.00 Immigrant Experience in Canada*
  • AP/HIST 4830 6.00 In Slavery and Freedom: Blacks in the Americas
  • AP/MIST 2000 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/GEOG 2310 6.00) Introduction to Refugee and Migration Studies*
  • AP/MIST 3370 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/GL/GWST 3801 6.00) Immigrant Women in Canada
  • AP/MIST 3580 6.00 Ethnic Communities in Canada*
  • AP/MIST 3610 6.00 Global Migration and Diaspora Cultures
  • AP/MIST 3620 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/POLS 3656 6.00) Racism and Colonialism*
  • AP/POLS 3065 3.00 Political Culture of Race and Racism*
  • AP/SOCI 3430 6.00 Ethnicity, Power and Identity*
  • AP/SOCI 3450 6.00 The Sociology of Race and Racism*
  • AP/SOCI 4230 6.00 Sociology of Cultures and Ethnic Identities*
  • AP/SOCI 4350 3.00 Immigration and Citizenship
  • AP/SOCI 4360 6.00 Migration Experiences: Theory and Practice*
  • AP/SOCI 4390 3.00 Transnationalism and Diaspora*
  • AP/SOCI 4430 3.00 Canada and Refugees
  • AP/SOSC 3270 6.00 Caribbean Experience in Multicultural Canada
  • AP/SOSC 3370 6.00 Social Justice and Law*
  • AP/SOSC 3544 3.00 Deconstructing Human Trafficking

Environment
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/ANTH 3190 3.00 Nutritional Anthropology: Food and Eating in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • AP/ANTH 3190 6.00 Nutritional Anthropology: Food and Eating in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • AP/ANTH 3200 3.00 The Anthropology of International Health
  • AP/ANTH 4160 3.00 Anthropology and Indigenous Peoples' Health*
  • AP/ANTH 4240 3.00 Nature, Politics, and Difference: Anthropology of Social/Natures
  • AP/ECON 3340 3.00 Environmental Economics*
  • AP/GEOG 3070 6.00 Gender, Population and Migration
  • AP/HIST 4240 6.00 Environment, Culture and Economy
  • AP/HIST 4500 6.00 Canadian Environmental History
  • AP/SOCI 3710 6.00 Environmental Sociology
  • AP/SOSC 3730 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/GEOG 3730 6.00) Comparative Urban Development
  • ES/ENVS 2300 6.00 Foundations of Environmental Politics: Development, Globalization, and Justice*
  • ES/ENVS 3310 3.00 Tropical Conservation and Sustainable Development*
  • ES/ENVS 3340 3.00 Global Environmental Politics*
  • ES/ENVS 4111 3.00 (cross-listed to: SC/BIOL 4255 3.00) Biodiversity*
  • ES/ENVS 4210 3.00 Global Populations: Critical Environmental Perspectives*
  • ES/ENVS 4220 3.00 Urbanization in Developing Countries*
  • ES/ENVS 4312 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/POLS 4212 3.00) Global Justice & International Humanitarianism*

Gender
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/ANTH 4420 3.00 The Anthropology of Gender and War*
  • AP/ECON 4369 3.00 Economics of Gender
  • AP/GEOG 2070 3.00 Empire, State, & Power: An Introduction to Political Geography*
  • AP/GEOG 3800 3.00 Geographies of Work*
  • AP/GEOG 4090 3.00 Urban Identities: Historical Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Class in Canadian and American Cities*
  • AP/GL/GWST 3502 6.00 (cross-listed to: GL/SOSC 3602 6.00) Diversities of Women: Gender, Race and Class in a Western Context
  • AP/GL/GWST 3503 6.00 (cross-listed to: GL/ILST 3665 6.00, GL/SOCI 3665 6.00, GL/SOSC 3665 6.00) Contemporary Global Feminist Issues
  • AP/GL/GWST 3503 6.00 Femmes et mondialisation*
  • AP/GL/GWST 3545 6.00 Mediating Representation: Cultured Engendered
  • AP/GWST 3552 6.00 (cross-listed to: GL/GWST 3552 6.00, GL/ILST 3552 6.00) Critical Feminist Approaches to Development
  • AP/GWST 3552 6.00 Approches féministes du développement
  • AP/GL/GWST 4506 3.00 (cross-listed to: GL/HIST 4606 3.00) Colonialisms and Women's History
  • AP/GL/GWST 4512 6.00 Gender and the Law in an International Perspective
  • AP/GL/GWST 4516 6.00 Gender, Globalization and Militarization*
  • AP/HIST 4765 6.00 Rethinking Gender in East Asian History
  • AP/HUMA 3515 6.00 Feminine in Chinese Culture
  • AP/HUMA 4421 6.00 Feminine in Chinese Culture
  • AP/SOCI 3690 6.00 Sociology of Gender*
  • AP/SOCI 4450 6.00 Women in Development*
  • AP/SOSC 2791 6.00 Gender and Culture in Comparative Perspective
  • AP/SOSC 3411 6.00 Third World Feminism and the Politics of Development
  • AP/SOSC 3543 6.00 Introduction to Gender and Development: Key Themes in Critique and Practice*
  • AP/SOSC 4170 6.00 Gender Relations in the Third World
  • ES/ENVS 4320 3.00 Gender & Development

Polticial Economy
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/ANTH 2100 6.00 From Empire to Globalization: Anthropological Perspectives*
  • AP/ANTH 3030 3.00 Discourses Of Colonialism*
  • AP/ANTH 3220 6.00 Greed, Globalization and the Gift: The Culture of Capitalism*
  • AP/ECON 3150 3.00 International Trade*
  • AP/ECON 3473 3.00 Global Business Economics*
  • AP/ECON 3550 3.00 Economic Growth and Development*
  • AP/ECON 3560 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/PPAS 3560 3.00) Economic Policy in Developing Countries*
  • AP/ECON 3580 3.00 International Monetary Economics*
  • AP/ECON 4129 3.00 International Trade Policy and Economic Integration*
  • AP/ECON 4190 3.00 Topics in International Trade*
  • AP/GEOG 2070 3.00 Empire, State, & Power: An Introduction to Political Geography*
  • AP/GEOG 3130 3.00 The Global Economy*
  • AP/GEOG 3370 3.00 International Development: Critical Geographical Perspectives*
  • AP/GEOG 3800 3.00 Geographies of Work*
  • AP/GEOG 4220 3.00 Geographies of Industry: Neoliberal Era
  • AP/GEOG 4395 3.00 Asia-Pacific Development: Geographical Perspectives*
  • AP/MIST 3510 6.00 Globalization: Wealth, Poverty and the New World Order
  • AP/POLS 3270 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/MIST 3270 3.00) Global Political Economy I: Theory and Approaches*
  • AP/POLS 3275 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/MIST 3275 3.00) Global Political Economy II: Issues and Problems since 1945*
  • AP/POLS 4285 3.00 Topics in the International Political Economy of Eastern Asia
  • AP/POLS 4290 3.00 Topics in International Political Economy*
  • AP/POLS 4295 3.00 Political Economy of Global Finance
  • AP/POLS 4555 3.00 Latin American Development*
  • AP/POLS 4590 3.00 Political Development in South Asia*
  • AP/POLS 4595 3.00 Asia in the New Global Order*
  • AP/SOCI 4220 3.00 Political Economy of Social Movements
  • AP/SOSC 1520 9.00 Markets and Democracy: The Development of Industrial Society*
  • AP/SOSC 3040 6.00 Corporate Social Responsibility*
  • AP/SOSC 3041 6.00 The Social Economy and Alternative Development*
  • AP/SOSC 3101 3.00 Health and Development in the Third World
  • AP/SOSC 3102 3.00 Health Policies and Practices in the Third World
  • AP/SOSC 3240 3.00 Labour and Globalization I: North American Perspectives*
  • AP/SOSC 3241 3.00 Labour and Globalization II: Comparative Perspectives*
  • AP/SOSC 3410 6.00 (cross- listed to: AP/POLS 3553 6.00)Political Economy of Latin America and the Caribbean*
  • AP/SOSC 3541 3.00 Land, Food and Development in Africa and South Asia
  • AP/SOSC 3801 6.00 Understanding Planning and Management for Development
  • GL/ILST 3250 3.00 International Economics and Development*
  • GL/ILST 3250 3.00 Économie internationale et développement*
 
Politics, Governance & Policy
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/ANTH 3420 3.00 Indigenous Minorities and Human Rights*
  • AP/ANTH 3440 3.00 Governmentality & Development: Selected Cases
  • AP/ANTH 4340 6.00 Advocacy and Social Movements*
  • AP/ANTH 4420 3.00 The Anthropology of Gender and War*
  • AP/CLTR 3150 3.00 Full Circle: Experiencing the International
  • AP/COMN 4203 6.00 Approaches to Communication and Development*
  • AP/GEOG 2070 3.00 Empire, State, & Power: An Introduction to Political Geography*
  • AP/GEOG 4850 3.00 The state, civil society and spaces of development
  • AP/HIST 3710 6.00 The Aftermath of Slavery in the Caribbean: Reconstructing Society in the Post-Emancipation Era
  • AP/HIST 3734 3.00 Conflict, Resistance and Revolution in Latin American History
  • AP/POLS 2940 6.00 Introduction to International Politics*
  • AP/POLS 2950 6.00 States and Societies in the Global Context: Introduction to Comparative Politics*
  • AP/POLS 3045 3.00 (cross-listed to: AP/HREQ 3800 3.00) Human Rights, Islamic Thought and Politics
  • AP/POLS 3200 3.00 Global Conflict and Security I*
  • AP/POLS 3210 3.00 Global Conflict and Security II*
  • AP/POLS 3510 3.00 China: The Path to Modernization and Democracy*
  • AP/POLS 3515 3.00 China: 21st Century Superpower*
  • AP/POLS 3550 3.00 Revolution and Counter Revolution in Central America
  • AP/POLS 3555 3.00 Dictatorship and Democratization in South America
  • AP/POLS 3560 6.00 The Global South: Politics, Policy and Development*
  • AP/POLS 3570 3.00 Africa: The Politics of Transition and Resistance*
  • AP/POLS 4212 3.00 (cross-listed to: ES/ENVS 4312 3.00) Global Justice & International Humanitarianism*
  • AP/POLS 4255 6.00 Issues in International Human Rights*
  • AP/POLS 4265 3.00 Human Rights and Democracy in Asia
  • AP/POLS 4430 6.00 (cross-listed to: AP/MIST 4060 6.00) Colonialism and Development
  • AP/POLS 4520 3.00 Nationalism, Communism and Imperialism
  • AP/POLS 4555 3.00 Latin American Development*
  • AP/POLS 4575 3.00 The Politics of Southern Africa
  • AP/POLS 4576 3.00 Civil Society and the State in Africa
  • AP/POLS 4590 3.00 Political Development in South Asia*
  • AP/POLS 4595 3.00 Asia in the New Global Order*
  • AP/SOCI 4060 6.00 The Sociology of Parent/ Child Relationships*
  • AP/SOSC 3512 6.00 Postcolonial Theory
  • AP/SOSC 3970 6.00 India: Culture and Society*
  • AP/SOSC 4356 6.00 Law and Society Honours Seminar: Globalization, Law & Democracy*
  • AP/SOSC 4452 3.00 State and Civil Society in Latin America*
  • AP/SOSC 4601 3.00 Field Experience for International Development
  • ES/ENVS 4315 3.00 Humanitarian Crises and Action*
  • GL /POLS 3220 6.00 Comparative Political Systems: Developing Areas*

Regional Focus
 

* Courses offered in 2013-2014

  • AP/HUMA 1400 9.0 Culture and Society in East Asia*
  • AP/HUMA 2310 9.0 An Introduction to Caribbean Studies*
  • AP/SOSC 2435 6.0 Introduction to South Asian Studies*
  • AP/SOSC 2460 9.0 Contemporary Latin America*
  • AP/SOSC 2480 9.0 Introduction to African Studies*