By engaging with ideas rooted in critical social science and humanities, and emphasising the work of Canadian scholars, students learn how to start with the self to explore and critique the social. Students learn theoretical and applied skills in activities inside and outside the classroom to emerge with new understandings about the intersections of migration, health and the state. This is an advanced and intensive reading and writing seminar where students learn to think about these interactions in the space between subjectivity and objectivity.
Coursework in interpretive social sciences and humanities.
Social and Behavioural Sciences
This course is designed and intended for students enrolled in the Major/Major Co-op in Health Studies-Health Policy (Arts), and priority will be given to these students.