Diversity & Identity Politics Courses

Diversity and Identity Courses (2021-2022)

POL 194 H1 H: FYF SEMINAR: Race
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 195 H1 F: FYF SEMINAR: Settler Colonialism and Enduring Indigeneity
Instructor: Uahikea Maile      Day & Time:  R 10-12

POL 197 H1 S L0101:  FYF SEMINAR: Solidarity in Diverse Societies
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 198 H1 F: FYF SEMINAR: Social Justice and the City
Instructor: Theresa Enright           Day & Time: W 12-2 

JPI  201 H1 S:  Indigenous Politics in Canada
Instructor: TBA                   Day & Time: Asynchronous 

POL 220 H1 S: Immigration, Multiculturalism, and Citizenship in Canada
Instructor: Robert Vipond             Day & Time: T 4-6

POL 303 H1 S L0101: Women in Western Political Thought
Instructor: Rebecca Kingston     Day & Time: W 2-4

POL 305 H1 F: Introduction to Latin American Politics and Societies
Instructor: Donald Kingsbury      Day & Time: M 4-6 

POL 310 H1 H: The People from Nowhere
Not Offered in 2021-22 

JPS  315 H1 H:  Sexual Diversity Politics
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 325 H1 S: Contemporary Latin American Politics
Instructor: Donald Kingsbury      Day & Time: M 4-6

POL 344 H1 F: Social Movements in Europe and North America
Instructor: Sylvia Bashevkin         Day & Time: M 10-12 

POL 351 H1 F:  Gender, Politics, and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective 
Instructor: Linda White                 Day & Time:   W 10-12

POL 353 H1 S: Protest Counter-Movements in Europe and North America
Instructor: Sylvia Bashevkin         Day & Time: M 10-12

JPR 364 H1 F: Religion and Politics in the Nation State
Instructor: Ruth Marshall              Day & Time: M 12-2 

JPR 365 H1 S: Global Religion and Politics
Instructor: Ruth Marshall              Day & Time: M 12-2

JPR 374 H1 F:  Religion and Power in the Postcolony
Instructor: Ruth Marshall              Day & Time: T 4-6

POL 377 H1 H:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS I: Truth, Reconciliation, and Settler Colonialism
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 377 H1 S L0201: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS I: Indigenous Feminist and Queer Theories
Instructor: Uahikea Maile             Day & Time: R 12-2

JPS  378 H1 S:  Sex and the State
Instructor: Julie Moreau            Day & Time: T 10-12

POL 378 H1 F:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS II: Indigenous Politics in Canada and New Zealand
Instructor: Dale Turner               Day & Time: W 4-6 

POL 380 H1 F L0101: TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: Gender and Intersectionality in Global Politics
Instructor: Abigail Bakan           Day & Time: M 10-12

POL 380 H1 S L0201: TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: Queer IR
Instructor: Julie Moreau            Day & Time: T 2-4

POL 381 H1 F L0101: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THEORY: Privilege and Race in Global Perspective
Instructor: Matthew Walton      Day & Time: M 2-4

POL 381 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THEORY: Global Politics and Global Political Thought
Instructor: Matthew Walton    Day & Time: M 2-4

POL 428 H1 H: Federalism and Diversity in Canada (and Beyond)
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 432 H1 H: Feminist Theory: Challenges to Legal and Political Thought
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 443 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS II: Land and Indigenous Politics 
Instructor: Uahikea Maile                     Day & Time: T 2-4

POL 450 H1 H: Women and Politics
Not Offered in 2021-22 

JPR 458 H1 H: Postsecular Political Thought: Religion, Radicalism and the Limits of Liberalism
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 467 H1 H: The Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in Canada
Not Offered in 2021-22 

POL 484 H1 F: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THOUGHT I: Contemporary  Debates in Democratic Theory
Instructor: Melissa Williams               Day & Time: M 2-5

POL 485 H1 F: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THOUGHT II: Indigenous Peoples in Western European Political Thought: 1492-1832
Instructor: Dale Turner                        Day & Time: M 12-2

POL 490 H1 F L0201: TOPICS IN CANADIAN POLITICS I: Leadership in the Territories and Provinces
Instructor: Sylvia Bashevkin               Day & Time: W 2-4

POL 491 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN CANADIAN POLITICS II: Identities and Elections:  Canada in Comparative Perspective
Instructor: Randy Besco                      Day & Time: W 2-4

 

*Degree Explorer may not recognize some of the “Topics” courses noted here, so please contact Elizabeth Jagdeo (e.jagdeo@utoronto.ca) for an Exception to your program.

Diversity and Identity Courses (2021 Summer)  

JPI  201 H1 F, LEC0101: Indigenous Politics in Canada
Instructor: Dale Turner

POL377H1 F, LEC0101  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS I (Borders, Migrants and Refugees)
Instructor:  Martha Balaguera

POL379H1 S, LEC0101:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS III (Race and Politics in America)
Instructor:  Renan Levine

POL380H1 S, LEC0101 TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS (Migration Politics and Policy in a Global World)
Instructor:  Busra Hacioglu/Gözde Böcü

Diversity and Identity Courses (2020-2021)  

 

POL 194 H1 H:  FYF SEMINAR: Race
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 195 H1 F L0101:  FYF SEMINAR: Settler Colonialism and Enduring Indigeneity
Instructor: Uahikea Maile      Day & Time:  R 10-12

POL 197 H1 S L0101:  FYF SEMINAR: Solidarity in Diverse Societies
Instructor: Eric Cheng            Day & Time: W 2-4

POL 198 Y1 Y : FYF SEMINAR: Social Justice and the City
Not Offered in 2020-21

JPI  201 H1 F L0101 :  Indigenous Politics in Canada
Instructor: Dale Turner            Day & Time: R 12-2

POL 220 H1 H: Immigration, Multiculturalism, and Citizenship in Canada
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 303 H1 S L0101: Women in Western Political Thought
Instructor: Rebecca Kingston     Day & Time: F 10-12

JPS  315 H1 S L0101:  Sexual Diversity Politics
Instructor: Julie Moreau         Day & Time:   T 10-12

POL 344 H1 F L0101: Social Movements in Europe and North America
Instructor: Sylvia Bashevkin        Day & Time:   M 10-12

POL 344 Y1 Y: Social Movements in Europe and North America
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 351  H1 F L0101:  Gender, Politics, and Public Policy in Comparative Perspective 
Instructor: Linda White           Day & Time:   W 10-12

JPR 374 H1 F L0101:  Religion and Power in the Postcolony
Instructor: Ruth Marshall        Day & Time:   M 6-8

POL 377 H1 F L5101:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS I: Truth, Reconciliation, and Settler Colonialism
Instructor: Uahikea Maile      Day & Time:  T 6-8

POL 377 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS I: Indigenous Feminist and Queer Theories
Instructor: Uahikea Maile       Day & Time: R 12-2

JPS  378 H1 F L0101 :  Sex and the State
Instructor: Julie Moreau         Day & Time:  W 12-2

POL 378 H1 F L0201:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS II: Indigenous Nationalism
Instructor: Dale Turner           Day & Time: R 4-6

POL 380 H1 F L0201: TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: Gender and Intersectionality in Global Politics
Instructor: Abigail Bakan       Day & Time: M 10-12

POL 380 H1 S L0201: TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS: Queer IR
Instructor: Julie Moreau          Day & Time: T 2-4

POL 381 H1 F L0101: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THEORY: Privilege and Race in Global Perspective
Instructor: Matthew Walton      Day & Time: M 2-4

POL 381 H1 H: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THEORY:  Privilege and Opportunity
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 381 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THEORY: Global Politics and Global Political Thought
Instructor: Matthew Walton    Day & Time: M 2-4

POL382 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN CANADIAN POLITICS: Diversity and the Welfare State: Canada in Comparative Perspective (Summer 2020)
Instructor(s): Meghan Snider/ Sophie Borwein                                   Day & Time: MW 4-6

POL 410 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS III: Race
Instructor: Courtney Jung       Day & Time: T 12-2

POL 428 H1 F L0101: Federalism and Diversity in Canada (and Beyond)
Instructor: Robert Schertzer    Day & Time: W 12-2

POL 432 H1 H: Feminist Theory: Challenges to Legal and Political Thought
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 438 H1 H:  TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS: Politics of Identity
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 443 H1 F L0101: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS II: Democracy and Ethnic Conflict
Instructor: Jacques Bertrand       Day & Time: T 10-12

POL 443 H1 S L0101: TOPICS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS II: Land and Indigenous Politics 
Instructor: Uahikea Maile       Day & Time: T 2-4

POL 450 H1 H: Women and Politics
Not Offered in 2020-21

JPR 458 H1 H: Postsecular Political Thought: Religion, Radicalism and the Limits of Liberalism
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 467 H1 H: The Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in Canada
Not Offered in 2020-21

POL 484 H1 F: TOPICS IN POLITICAL THOUGHT I: Settler Indigenous Relations in Canada
Instructor: Melissa Williams               Day & Time: M 2-5

POL 490 H1 F L0101: TOPICS IN CANADIAN POLITICS I: Leadership in the Territories and Provinces
Instructor: Sylvia Bashevkin               Day & Time: W 10-12

*Degree Explorer may not recognize some of the “Topics” courses noted here, so please contact Elizabeth Jagdeo (e.jagdeo@utoronto.ca) for an Exception to your program.