Undergraduate Course Code: POL433H1S L0101
Topics in Comparative Politics II
Land and Indigenous Politics
This course investigates Indigenous politics through land. We explore transnational Indigenous politics by focusing on material struggles over land. The course considers how global Indigenous land struggles are constituted through and cultivate relationships between Indigenous peoples, social ecologies, and more-than-human existents. As a seminar, we discuss Indigenous geontologies of land, water, and air across the Americas and in Oceania.
Format and Requirements
ONLINE-S = Online Synchronous
ONLINE-A =Online Asynchronous
June 14, 2021
Great news from the Canadian Political Science Association, which held its annual awards ceremony (online) over the weekend of June 12 & 13: Professor Stefan Rencken’s book "Private Governance and Public...
April 22, 2021
Congratulations to two political science alumni now teaching at U of T who have both won Superior Teaching Awards! Igor Shoikhedbrod and Khalid Ahmed will be celebrated on May 5th at...
August 6, 2020
Q&A with 2020 Vanier Scholar Yojana Miraya Oscco Congratulations to PhD student Yojana Miraya Oscco who has won a prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship (SSHRC). Launched in 2008, the program enables...
April 30, 2020
Congratulations to our graduate student Kevin Edmonds who has won New College's June Larkin Award for Pedagogical Development. A PhD candidate specializing in Caribbean political economy, histories of alternative/illicit development, foreign intervention and...