NEW341H1: Theorizing Settler Colonialism, Capitalism and Race

Hours: 
24S

Provides students with a theoretical background for understanding settler colonialism, capitalist social relations and difference (including race, class, gender, disability and sexuality) and solidarity. Provides an analysis of state violence and the formation of hegemonic power relations. Introduces students to the method of thinking dialectically to examine the social world as a set of relations between multiple phenomena occurring at the same time. Articulates an emancipatory politics of knowledge production and strategies of building solidarities to enable the imagination of a different future.

Prerequisite: 
Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)