Graduate Course Code: POL2206Y1Y L0101
Topics in International Politics II
Human Cultural Security: An Applied Workshop on Culture in International Relations
This course explores the role of culture in international relations by examining the relationship between culture and human security. While the question of culture has become an issue of increasing prominence in global affairs, its role within the human security agenda remains largely unexplored. The course will assess the validity of applying a cultural lens in the human security endeavor in order to develop a cultural approach to achieving human security.
A distributed set of readings.
Format and Requirements
Weekly one-page report (10%); research essay outline (10%); class attendance and participation (10%); seminar presentation (10%); 5,000 word essay (60%).
Some international economics and Canadian political economy.
POL208Y1 or POL208Y5 or (POLB80H3 and POLB81H3)