- Days and Times
- TuTh 11:30 AM–12:45 PM
- Course Description
This seminar will explore identity as a mobilizing force among those in settler colonial states who hope to share commitments to social, environmental, and climate action across cultures, histories, and projects. Telling stories from Hawai‘i, Siberia & Europe, and Canada, three book-writers will guide us along pathways of alliance, metamorphosis, and critical poetic reflection. Forging new insights through readings, writings, and dialogues aimed at global healing, students will actively engage their own experience to imagine new collaborative identities and alliances.
Multiple course titles or topics are listed under this course number. Choose section 31733 with S. Kane.
Instructor: Stephanie Kane