EIP3000H Coordinating Seminar: Ethnic, Immigration and Pluralism Studies

Offered in Fall Term 2021, Wednesday 4:00-6:00 pm, Instructor Professor Ayelet Shachar. Delivery methods and classroom details TBD.

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 EPS 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 EPS 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 and/or interethnic relations. 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.

ANTHROPOLOGY


Courses under review.

CURRICULUM, TEACHING AND LEARNING


Fall

CTL1320HF Introduction to Aboriginal Land-centered Education: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 

Sandra Styres, Wednesday 5-8pm,  prerequisite for CTL1321HF. Delivery method: Online Synchronous.

CTL3000HF 0101 Foundations of Bilingual and Multicultural Education 

Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman Wednesday 17:00-20:00, Delivery method: Synchronous.

Winter

CTL3008HS 0101 Critical Pedagogy, Language and Cultural Diversity

TBA,Tuesday 13:00-16:00, Delivery method: Synchronous.


CTL3026HS Pragmatics in Language Education

Julie Kerekes Tuesday 1:00-4:00pm, Delivery method: synchronous.

ECONOMICS


Fall

ECO2800H1F Labour Economics I 

David Price Wednesday 4-6pm.

EUROPEAN, RUSSIAN AND EURASIAN STUDIES


See department page for course descriptions.

Fall

ERE1161HF One Hundred Years of Cultures of Refugees in Europe, 1920-2020 

Anna Shternshis, Tuesdays 1-3 pm Location: Online synchronous.

Winter

ERE1997H-S Independent Study- Conflicts and Para-States in the European Union’s Backyard 

Robert Austin, day and time, delivery method TBA.

GEOGRAPHY


Fall

JPG1814H Cities and Immigrants 

Vincent Kuuire, Delivery method: Dual Thursdays, 1-4pm, SS5016G.

JPG1835H Anti-Colonial Planning 

Heather Dorries Online Tuesdays, 10am-1pm.

Winter

JPG1825H Black Geographies of the Atlantic 

Rachel Goffe Delivery method: Dual Thursdays, 3-6pm SS5017A.

GLOBAL AFFAIRS


Fall

GLA1003H Global Security 

Jon R. Lindsay, Thursday 10am-1pm (LEC0101) & 3-6pm (LEC0102).

HISTORY


Fall

HIS 1675H Imperial Circulation and Diasporic Flows in the British Empire 

Jayeeta Sharma, Tuesday 12-2pm, Online synchronous.

Winter

HIS1118HS (J) HIS419H1S Canada by Treaty 

Heidi Bohaker, Thursday 11am-1pm,  SS2112, In Person/Online synchronous.

HIS1704HS Latin American and Caribbean History 

Tamara Walker, Thursday 4-6pm SS 2119 In Person/Online synchronous.

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND HUMAN RESOURCES


Winter

IRE 1725H Cross Cultural Differences in Organizational Contexts 

TBA, Wednesday 10am-12pm,Prerequisite: IRE1362H Organizational Behaviour OR equivalent,  Delivery method: dual or online

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.

Fall

LAW456HF Canadian Migration Law  

Michael Battista, Wednesday 5-6:30pm.

Winter

LAW370H1S Indigenous Peoples and the Constitution of Canada 

Kerry Wilkins, Tuesday: 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Thursday: 6:30 – 8:00 pm.

LAW274H1S Indigenous Legal Traditions and the Imperial Response

Douglas Sanderson, Tuesday: 3:30 – 5:00 pm, Thursday: 3:30 – 5:00 pm.

LEADERSHIP, ADULT AND HIGHER EDUCATION


Winter

LHA1180HS 0101 Indigenous Worldviews: Implications for Education 

Jennifer Wemigwans, Thursday 17:30-20:30, Delivery method: Synchronous Open to AECD students. Others by permission of the Instructor. Delivery mode instructions: Course will be offered through real-time, synchronous video conferencing on Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:00pm. Participation in the rest of the course will happen asynchronously (no specific time) through various online individual and group activities.

POLITICAL SCIENCE


Fall

POL2026H1F Topics in Political Thought I: Settler Indigenous Relations in Canada 

Melissa Williams,  Monday 2:00 -5:00pm, Delivery method: TBA.

Winter

POL2322H1S Topics in Comparative Politics II: Land and Indigenous Politics  

Uahikea Maile, Tuesday 2:00 -4:00pm, Delivery method TBA.

POL2391H1S Topics in Comparative Politics III: Race 

Courtney Jung, Tuesday 12-2pm,  Delivery method: TBA.

POL2411H1S Topics in Asian Politics: Democracy, Ethnicity and Conflict in South Asia 

Shivaji Mukherjee, Monday 4-6pm, Delivery method: TBA.

PUBLIC POLICY


Fall

LAW7030H (LAW281H1) Issues in Aboriginal Law & Policy

Tuesday 6:30-8:30pm, Instructor B. Edwards.

Winter

PPG2001H Integrating Seminar: Legal Analysis in Public Policy, SECTION II: Canadian Migration Policy 

Wednesday 2:30-5:00pm, Instructor and delivery method TBD. Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 3.5 FCEs in MPP1 courses. Required of all second year MPP students. Please note that courses offered under the “Integrating Seminar: Legal Analysis in Public Policy” seminar series are subject to change with each new academic year.

RELIGION


Winter

RLG3527H Anthropology of Islam 

Nada Moumtaz, Wednesday 11am to 1pm, online and JHB318.

SOCIAL JUSTICE EDUCATION


Fall

SJE1925H Indigenous Knowledge and Decolonization: Pedagogical Implications 

George JS Dei, Monday 17:30-20:30 Synchronous Synchronous Class: Students are expected to be attending class on Mondays 5:30-8:30pm through Zoom. Open to both Master and Doctoral students. Until July 28, five reserved spots available for those in CIDEC collaborative specializations program. After July 30, any unused spaces will be open to students on the waitlist and other departments.

SJE1930HF Race, Indigeneity, and the Colonial Politics of Recognition

Martin Cannon Wednesday 17:30-20:30 Synchronous Synchronous Class: Students are expected to be attending weekly class on Wed 5:30-8:30pm as scheduled time through Zoom. Open to both Masters and Doctoral students. Reserved spots available for those in the MT program until July 28. From July 30, any unused spaces will be open to students on the waitlist other departments.

Winter

SJE1926HS Race, Space and Citizenship: Research Methods 

Vannina SztainbokThursday 17:30-20:30 Synchronous Synchronous Class: Students are expected to be attending class on Thurs 5:30-8:30pm through Zoom. Open to both Master and Doctoral students. Until Oct 13th spots will be reserved for SJE students and those in CIDE and WGSI collaborative specialization program. From Oct 15th unused spaces will be open to students on the waitlist and other OISE students.

SJE1931HS Centering Indigenous-Settler Solidarity in Theory and Research 

Martin Cannon Wednesday 17:30-20:30 Synchronous Synchronous Class: Students are expected to be attending weekly class on Wed 5:30-8:30pm as scheduled time through Zoom. Open to both Masters and Doctoral students. Reserved spots available for those in the MT program until Oct 13. From Oct 15 any unused spaces will be open to students on the waitlist and from other departments.

SOCIAL WORK


Fall

SWK4306HF Theoretical Approaches to Defining Social Injustice and Engaging in Social Change 

Bhuyan, Monday 9am-12pm, Delivery method: fully synchronous.

Winter

SWK4210HS Promoting Empowerment: Working at the Margins 

Sakamoto, Tuesday 9am-12pm, Delivery method TBD.

SWK4304HS Globalization & Transnationalization: Intersections of Policy and Community Practice Locally and Globally 

Bhuyan, Monday 9am-12pm, Delivery method: TBD.

SOCIOLOGY


Fall

SOC6009H Ethnicity I

Survey course, Tahseen Shams MON 2pm-4pm.  Delivery method TBD.

Winter

SOC6209H Ethnicity III: Indigeneity II  

Robin Gray MON 3pm-5pm Delivery method TBD.

WOMEN AND GENDER STUDIES


Winter

WGS1022H Race, Space and Citizenship 

Delivery Online synchronous Thursday 5:30-8:30 pm. V. Sztainbok.