2021-2022 Courses

EIP3000H Coordinating Seminar: Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies

Offered during Fall term 2021 only

Instructor: Ayelet Shachar

Schedule: Wed. 16:00-18:00

Delivery methods: Classes for weeks 1 and 2 will be delivered online. Further classes will be delivered either in person or online based on university recommendations.

Room for in-person delivery: Transit House, 315 Bloor St W, Toronto (Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy).

Although we aim to make this list accurate and up-to-date, each student is responsible for checking the latest course information and enrollment policies (such as date of course registration) on the individual graduate unit website. More departments/courses may be added to the existing list as new information becomes available.

Some departments do not allocate individual links to their course offerings, and you may have to scroll down the course description page for information on a specific course. Some courses may not yet have their syllabus/description uploaded.

When taking a course outside of your department you may have to fill out an add/drop course form available from the SGS website. Some units, such as Law, give limited access to their courses to students outside of their own faculty. Others may have enrollment restrictions (such as a later date of enrollment) for students outside of their department). Please make sure to check those restrictions in the respective department course enrollment page (click on the department heading to access that department’s course page) and contact the EIP administrator for questions if you have trouble enrolling in a course.

Students should make sure to check each department and course information regarding how courses will be delivered.

Courses not on this list may be approved on a special basis by the EIP Director. Such a course must a) be taught by a full-time graduate faculty member and b) have two thirds of its content dealing with ethnic studies, immigration and/or pluralism studies. Students can send in their suggestion for review with the course syllabus and the weekly description of its content.

Please note that students need to get approval before taking the course, as we cannot guarantee that a course will be approved retroactively, and the student may find him/herself not being able to meet the collaborative program requirement.

When in doubt or if you need help enrolling in one of the courses, Harney Program Coordinator.

Note: Additional courses may be uploaded in the coming weeks

ANTHROPOLOGY


Courses under review.

CURRICULUM, TEACHING AND LEARNING


Fall

CRE1001H  Séminaire d’études : Éducation, francophonies et diversité

Instructor: Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman

Schedule: Mon. 17.00 – 20.00

Note the language of instruction for this course is French. This course is offered in French.

Winter

CTL1430H  Gendered Colonialisms, Imperialisms, and Nationalisms in History

Instructor: Cecilia Louise Morgan

Schedule: Asynchronous

CTL3026H Pragmatics in Language Education

Instructor: Julie Kerekes

Schedule: Mon. 13.00 – 16.00

CTL3008HS          Critical Pedagogy, Language, and Cultural Diversity

Instructor: Antoinette Gagné

Schedule: Thu. 17.00 – 20.00

CTL6301HS Special Topics in Language and Literacies Education Program: Doctoral Level Critical Scholarship on Language, Racism, and Settler-Colonialism

Instructor: Jeff Bale

Schedule: Wed. 13.00 – 16.00

Note: Masters students are welcome to enroll, but must note that this is a doctoral-level course as it pertains to the assignments and expectations.

ECONOMICS


Fall

ECO3800H1F Labour Economics I 

Instructor: Aloysius Siow

Schedule: Tue. 14.00 – 16.00

Note: Students enrolling in this course should have a strong background in economics.

EUROPEAN, RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES


Fall

ERE1170HF Conflicts and Para-States in the European Union’s Backyard

Instructor: Robert Austin

Schedule: Thu. 13.00 – 15.00

GEOGRAPHY


Fall

GGR1822H Queer Geographies

Instructor:           N. Oswin

Schedule:            Mon. 10:00 – 12.00

Winter

GGR1816H Geographies of Secularism, Islam, and Gender

Instructor:           H. Arik

Schedule:            Fri. 13.00 – 16.00

JPG1825H Black Geographies of the Atlantic

Instructor:           R. Goffe

Schedule:            Thu. 12.00 – 14.00

GLOBAL AFFAIRS


Fall

GLA2056H The Populist Radical Right

GLA2056H The Populist Radical Right

Instructor:           Andres Kasekamp

Schedule:            Tue. 11.00 – 13.00

HISTORY


Fall

HIS1533H Gender and International Relations

Instructor:           Carol Chin

Schedule:            Mon. 17.00 – 19.00

Winter

HIS1013H  Intellectuals and Decolonization

Instructor:           Esmat Elhalaby

Schedule:            Tue. 12.00 14.00 

HIS1180H  Race in the USA and Canada

Instructor:           Lisa Mar

Schedule:            Thu. 10.00 – 12.00

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND HUMAN RESOURCES


Winter

IRE 1725H Cross Cultural Differences in Organizational Contexts 

Prerequisite: IRE1362H Organizational Behaviour OR equivalent

Instructor:           Anita Boey

Time:                   Fri. 10:00 – 12:00

LAW


Law courses for external students will not have their spot confirmed until after the add/drop course deadline. Please fill out add/drop course form with course name and signature from your home unit chair, and send it to the Harney Program Coordinator. The form will be forwarded to the Law Records office.

Winter

LAW410H1S/LAW7060H  Anti-Discrimination Law

Instructor:           Anthony Sangiuliano

Schedule:            Wed: 16:10 – 19:00

LEADERSHIP, ADULT AND HIGHER EDUCATION


Fall

LHA1042H Educational Leadership and Diversity

Instructor:           Whitnee Garrett-Walker

Schedule:      Asynchronously      

LHA5104H Special Topics in Adult Education and Community Development: Master’s Level Race, Racisms and Adult Education

Instructor:           Natasha Burford

Schedule:            Thu. 17:30-20:30

Winter

LHA1115HS Learning for the Global Economy

Instructor: Kiran Mirchandani

Schedule: TBA

POLITICAL SCIENCE


Winter

POL2205H1S Topics in International Politics I: Postcolonial Debates in IR

Instructor:           Nadège Compaoré

Schedule:            Mon. 12:00 – 14:00

POL2322H1S Topics in Comparative Politics II: Land and Indigenous Politics

Instructor:           Uahikea Maile

Schedule:            Tue: 14:00 – 16:00

PUBLIC POLICY


Fall

LAW7030H Issues in Aboriginal Law and Policy

A joint course of the Faculty of Law and School of Public Policy and Governance.

Instructor:           B. Edwards & D. Walders

Schedule:            Tue. 18.30 – 20.30

RELIGION


Winter

RLG2015H Comparing Religion

Instructor:           Reid Locklin

Schedule:            Thu. 10.00 – 12.00

JPR2051H/  Religion and Politics

Instructor:           Ruth Marshall

Schedule:            Tue. 16.00 – 18.00

SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATION


Fall

SJE3914H Anti-Colonial Thought and Pedagogical Challenges

Instructor:           George JS Dei

Schedule:            Tue. 17:30-20:30     

SJE5013HF Special Topics in Social Justice Research in Education: Master’s Level Race, Blackness and Education in Canada

Instructor:           Rosalind Hampton

Schedule:            Wed. 17:30-20:30

SOCIAL WORK


Winter

SWK 4304H Globalization and Trans-nationalization: Intersections of Policy and Community Practice Locally and Globally

Instructor:           Bhuyan, R.

Schedule:            Mon. 9.00 – 12.00

SWK4804H Social Studies 4: Critical Social Work Analysis with Indigenous People

Instructor:           Quinn, A.

Schedule:           Intensive: January 15, 22, 29, February 5, 12

SOCIOLOGY


Fall

SOC6309H Indigeneity I

Instructor:           Robin Gray & Yvonne Sherwood

Schedule:            Fri. 11.00 am – 13.00 pm

SOC6516H Sociology of Culture

Instructor:           Josée Johnston & Shyon Baumann

Schedule:            Tue. 11.00 – 13.00

Winter

SOC6002H  Immigration I

Instructor:           Fidan Elcioglu

Schedule:            Monday 1.00 – 15.00

WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES


Courses under review.