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EDCP 585B Ecojustice, Sustainability and Indigeneity in Education: Ecoliteracies in an Era of Climate Change
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ENVR 448A Socio-Ecological Systems Research
Gain hands-on experience conducting interdisciplinary socio-ecological systems research. Students will work directly with faculty mentors to conduct semester-long research projects. Workshops and seminars will focus on research design and process, introducing theories and methods for socio-ecological systems research. Research projects will focus on contemporary topics such as climate resilience, food security, and agroecosystem management. The instructor will be in contact with registered students early in the term to set up a meeting and decide the course schedule. For contact details, please use Sara Elder, email@example.com
GEOG 446A Topics in Geography: Worldview(s) and Human Relations with the Rest of Nature
"Worldview(s) and Human Relations with the Rest of Nature" explores divergences between Colonial and Indigenous Worldview(s) with an eye towards how cosmological and ontological assumptions expand and constrain potentials for relating to the rest of nature. We explore Colonial Worldview(s) through visions of the Land and of Cities in western history and we explore Indigenous Worldview(s) through linking course readings to Land-Based Pedagogies. NOTE: Some class time will be held at UBC Farm.