Academic Calendar - 2018

Western University Academic Calendar. - 2018

Courses


Course Numbering

0001-0999* Pre-University level introductory courses
1000-1999 Year 1 courses
2000-4999 Senior-level undergraduate courses
5000-5999 Professional Degree courses in Dentistry, Education, Law, Medicine and Theology (MTS, MDiv)
6000-6999 Courses offered by Continuing Studies
9000-9999 Graduate Studies courses

* These courses are equivalent to pre-university introductory courses and may be counted for credit in the student's record, unless these courses were taken in a preliminary year. They may not be counted toward essay or breadth requirements, or used to meet modular admission requirements unless it is explicitly stated in the Senate-approved outline of the module.


Suffixes

no suffix 1.0 course not designated as an essay course
A 0.5 course offered in first term
B 0.5 course offered in second term
A/B 0.5 course offered in first and/or second term
E 1.0 essay course
F 0.5 essay course offered in first term
G 0.5 essay course offered in second term
F/G 0.5 essay course offered in first and/or second term
H 1.0 accelerated course (8 weeks)
J 1.0 accelerated course (6 weeks)
K 0.75 course
L 0.5 graduate course offered in summer term (May - August)
Q/R/S/T 0.25 course offered within a regular session
U 0.25 course offered in other than a regular session
W/X 1.0 accelerated course (full course offered in one term)
Y 0.5 course offered in other than a regular session
Z 0.5 essay course offered in other than a regular session

Glossary


Prerequisite

A course that must be successfully completed prior to registration for credit in the desired course.


Corequisite

A course that must be taken concurrently with (or prior to registration in) the desired course.


Antirequisite

Courses that overlap sufficiently in course content that both cannot be taken for credit.


Essay Courses

Many courses at Western have a significant writing component. To recognize student achievement, a number of such courses have been designated as essay courses and will be identified on the student's record (E essay full course; F/G/Z essay half-course).


Principal Courses

A first year course that is listed by a department offering a module as a requirement for admission to the module. For admission to an Honors Specialization module or Double Major modules in an Honors Bachelor degree, at least 3.0 courses will be considered principal courses.



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Centre for Global Studies


This course explores how studies of our world are shaped by practices of and cultural contestations in mapping, narration, definition, classification, and aesthetic production, informed by historical experiences and politics of knowing. Students learn to gain critical perspectives on contemporary ideas of the world and their own locations in it.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course offers an interdisciplinary introduction to the dominant material and cultural trends under the conditions of economic globalization. Key topics are labour in the global economy, the globalization of the capitalist mode of production, transnational resource flows, responses to inequality and resistance.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of international development studies with the focus on investigating the notion of 'poverty'. It will examine the roles of development organizations, states and civil society in addressing globally identified development issues through the negotiation of global development agendas.


Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of global development studies with the focus on investigating the notion of 'poverty' It will examine the roles of development organizations, states and civil society in addressing globally identified development issues through the negotiation of global development agendas.


Prerequisite(s): Enrolment in the Civil Engineering and International Development Option.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

Course Weight: 0.50
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This course provides a comparative and theoretical examination of societies and cultures undergoing significant change and of the complex global relations between developing and industrialized areas. It offers an interdisciplinary perspective on such issues as economic development, development indicators, gender, foreign policy, development aid, participatory development and post-development.

Prerequisite(s): Centre for Global Studies 1023F/G or Centre for Global Studies 2001F/G, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course investigates how methods and objects of inquiry in global studies are formed in the limiting and productive interplay of ideas, language, and social/political force. Students examine how our studies of global problems are made possible in systems of communication that render us responsible for their formation and address.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course explores the socio-economic form of 'capitalism', and examines the development and spread of the key features of capitalist social organization - the division of labour, private property, primitive accumulation - and examines their functioning in a rapidly globalizing world.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines the work of formulating and collaborating in community-based projects. Students learn to recognize and respond to ethical, socio-political, institutional and epistemological dimensions of collaboration, participation and research practice in contexts characterized by forms of inequality. Students prepare a research proposal, funding application and ethics review.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 2002F/G - 2004F/G, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course surveys and investigates recent and contemporary efforts to critically understand human subjectivity and agency in the power relations in which these things are realised. Students will examine theories and analyses of subjectivity and subjectification in terms of material conditions, language and symbolic economies, ideology, bodies, difference, and domination.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 2002F/G - 2004F/G, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course addresses collective and community approaches to knowledge production in the service of protecting and promoting cultural, political, and territorial integrity and self-determination. Students learn to engage with empirical research based on emancipatory goals and are introduced to how notions of antioppression, `cosmovision', and interculturalism are mobilized in research.

Antirequisite(s): the former Centre for Global Studies 3002A/B.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 2002F/G - 2004F/G, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Students will carry out an advanced and specialized research project. Approval of the program of study must be obtained in advance in writing from the faculty advisor and the Director of the Centre for Global Studies before the term in which the project is initiated.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Students will study topics in depth and carry out original research on a topic not covered in existing course offerings. Approval of the program of study must be obtained in advance in writing from the faculty advisor and the Director of the Centre for Global Studies before the term in which the study is undertaken.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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Students will be placed with non-governmental organisations, where they will work on globally relevant issues within a local context. Each student will develop a major critical project in support of her or his NGO's aims, expressing creatively the interrelations between scholarly study and direct involvement in international affairs.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This seminar course a community-based learning course structured around students' engagement with topics chosen by the instructor and elaborated by colloquia led by visiting scholars, professionals, and activists addressing global issues and problems. Students will critically engage the writings on the topics, and the work, practices, and actions of these visitors. Students will be required to write essays and/or research papers and other written works on the topics in the course. Themes connecting the colloquia will change with the schedule of visiting scholars and guests.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 2002F/G, Centre for Global Studies 2003F/G, Centre for Global Studies 2004F/G, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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Students will participate for at least one month with community based or non-governmental organisations on projects pertaining to problems concerning Global Studies, emphasizing the cultivation of critical and practical insights into these problems. Students will engage in pre-departure preparation and post-return critical reflection, completing major academic assignments at both stages.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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Students will participate for at least three months with community based or non-governmental organisations on projects pertaining to problems concerning Global Studies, emphasizing the cultivation of critical and practical insights into these problems. Students will engage in pre-departure preparation and post-return critical reflection, completing major academic assignments at both stages.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 1.00
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Students will be placed for at least three months on projects with governmental organisations, non-governmental organizations, or professional individuals, developing skills and knowledge pertaining to problems at issue in Global Studies. Students will engage in pre-departure preparation and post-return critical reflection, completing major academic assignments at both stages.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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An examination of the impact of global capitalism and neo-colonialism on territories Indigenous Peoples use and claim. The course examines strategies to secure land-based community autonomy against global dispossession. The question of the coexistence of dominant practices of global development with Indigenous ways of knowing is addressed.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course investigates approaches to engaging international and internal displacements and studies the conditions under which displaced persons are identified and subjectified as refugees, illegal migrants, asylum seekers, or bogus refugees, respectively. Focus will be given to legal, political, and humanitarian practices, analysing methods of protection, assistance, detention, and criminalisation.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of the function and socio-political outcomes of informal, subsistence, land-based and other allied economies in the context of global capitalism. Themes include the production of communitybased economic autonomy, localization, place-making and alternative economic development.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of the political, social and cultural foundations of resistance movements that claim a transnational, global or international scale. Cases may include: anti-globalization, environmentalism, indigenous people's rights, women's rights, human rights, Fair Trade, and alternative trade organizations.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines how material and social orders of our world are organised in practices of gendering and the normalising of social and bodily orientations. Students will engage contemporary feminist and queer theory, practical deployments of gender and orientation globally, and problems of resistance pertinent to the politics of both.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines alternative tools for assessing development, such as development indicators and indices (GNP/GDP, Human Development/Poverty Indices, Physical Quality of Life Index, Gender Empowerment Measure), community-based indicators, and explanations of economic development in micro and macro contexts.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course explores decoloniality as a practical and analytical orientation to confrontations with the entrenched injustices identified with coloniality. The course considers decoloniality through characteristic projects, practices and globalized movements to decolonize knowledge, livelihoods, politics and community.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course considers relations between sovereign states and self-determining non-state peoples. The course provides an interdisciplinary examination of the evasions, negotiations and resistances that characterize non-state peoples' responses to attempts to consolidate state authority in colonial and post-colonial settings.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines core ways in which persons and populations are situated in positions of inequality under globalization and development contexts on bases of sexual difference and differences in sexuality. Students will study the significance of these differences and will gain practice in research methods appropriate to such a focus.

Antirequisite(s): the former Centre for Global Studies 3003A/B.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course critically examines how practices of Global Development are typically reduced to problems of management and how such paradigms are problematic and incompetent with respect to the global inequalities that provoke development as a question. Students will explore alternative approaches, seeking greater practical address of responsibilities in development work.

Antirequisite(s): the former Centre for Global Studies 3004A/B.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines how a particular expanse of the globe is drawn together through specific social, economic, cultural, political, legal, or environmental interrelations and processes, forming a specific region of transition and change, not determined by state boundaries. The space studied in any year may be geographically continuous or discontinuous.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines how we may analyse human life, globally, as in movement and as different forms of mobilities, and how it is that social, political, economic, legal, and cultural orders in the world are conditioned, at fundamental levels, by efforts to manage, shape, objectify, and discipline movement.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines struggles to define subjects of law and establish just rules of behaviour between them within global contexts. Students will examine and critically evaluate often conflicting efforts of movements, actors, institutions, and social groups to make lawful specific ideals or, alternatively, to delegitimise the world views of others.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course investigates the ongoing impacts of European colonial regimes on contemporary postcolonial societies. It explores the character of and conditions underlying postcolonial challenges to modern global orders and organisations. Included are explorations of social, political, and intellectual movements to address specifically postcolonial problems of difference, inequality, and violence.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course provides a critical interdisciplinary study of the idea of community: how it is constructed, mobilized and contested under conditions set by modernity and current forms of globalization. Students will examine the notion of 'community' as constructed rather than given, but especially as these constructions relate to the fragmenting and deterritorializing implications of modernity and globalization.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examines how practices to promote global citizenship and internationalize learning respond to relations of power. Focus is given to pedagogical strategies initiated by universities, charities, and civil society organizations to situate their memberships within orders of difference. Emphasis is placed on learning critical practices of de-internationalization in global awareness.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of the deployment and consumption of labour, natural resources, manufactured inputs, and transportation regimes in the production of agricultural products. This course examines each of these broad themes as it is shaped by and produces capitalist social, political, and material relations.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of the persistence, resurgence, and radicalization of modes of producing and consuming food in a context of hyper–capitalized and globalized food regimes. This course examines food–based economies foundational to a variety of social movements aimed at establishing and re–establishing forms of local and relational autonomy.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Critical examinations of global institutional and state-based networks’ efforts to incite governable and manageable conduct amongst persons and groups in the world who do not already conform to masculinist rationalism and individualism or orders of territory, population, and security. Emphasis is placed on recognising conditions for possible resistance to governmentality.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Critical investigations into ways in which social life and formations of community are irreducible to correlative orders of governance/anarchy and how these forms of living exceed, exist beyond, and are indifferent to politics. Emphasis is placed on studying immediate social affirmations of life in the world, expressive of the unpolitical.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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This course examines global regimes of energy production, circulation, and consumption, with emphases on the renderings of nature and biological life into exhaustible commodities, the forces and governance of extractivist politics, economic and aesthetic territorializations of the world into divisible energy forms, and critical engagement with possible alternative energy futures.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 Centre for Global Studies course at the 1000-1099 level, or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Topics selected by the instructor. Consult the Centre for Global Studies for details.

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Examinations of social, environmental and political sources of structural economic inequality. For core themes and cases in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examinations of the construction of identity in individuals, groups, societies, cultures, and nations as it occurs through processes of differentiation and othering. For core themes in the current session,please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours

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Examinations of the grounds on which persons and groups may claim rights and freedoms, the moral or ethical claims that they may appropriately make of one another, and the degrees to which responsibility underscores relationships between humans in the world. For core themes in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examinations of the relationships between and problems regarding geography, human territories, change, and human movement. For core themes in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examinations of the pervasiveness of gender and gender-specific experiences in social encounters, interrelations and communal structures in the world. For core themes in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examination of the relations of power and resistance, including studies of forms of oppression, hegemonic structures, and forms of organizing. For core themes in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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An examination of key trends attributed to globalization, with particular emphasis on their effects on the production of social and cultural diversity, communications, environment, social movements, economic change, human security and self-determination. For core themes in the current session, please see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examinations of the cultural functions and roles of artistic expression, primarily through comparative examples of literature and cinematic film. For core themes in the current session, see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Examinations of advanced contemporary postcolonial theory, investigating efforts to interpret global studies from perspectives and modes of inquiry not subject to the knowing rational subject formed in colonial relations and modern universalising explanations of global affairs. For core themes in the current session, see the Centre for Global Studies.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Extra Information: 3 hours.

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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 0.50
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Advanced honors seminars in Global Studies, topics to be selected by instructor. Consult with the Centre for Global Studies for details.

Prerequisite(s): 0.5 course from Centre for Global Studies 3001F/G-3005F/G or permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

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An original research project under faculty supervision, with scheduled tutorials and class meetings held throughout the year. An oral defence of the thesis will be required.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Centre for Global Studies.

Course Weight: 1.00
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