Community, Crisis & Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach (Course Syllabus & Abstract)

Author(s)
Teresa Healy & Arielle Edgecomb-Fontaine
Year of publication
2014
Research Theme / Community
Community Infrastructure & Economic Development

Overview

The Community, Crisis and Restructuring in Canada: An Intersectional Approach course syllabus is designed to be used as a starting point for academics wishing to incorporate an intersectional examination of political economy into their own course material or research. These articles have been carefully selected to provide an in-depth look into the issues surrounding community, crisis, colonialism and global capitalism. The selection includes articles from all over the world as well as many from North American sources. Accompanying the syllabus is an alphabetized abstract list for each of the recommended course readings.

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