Context Power and Coloniality

College Emmanuel College
Instructor(s) Wigg-Stevenson, Natalie
Course Code EMP1601HS
Semester Second Semester
Section 0101
Online No
Credits One Credit
Location Toronto (St George Campus)

Contexts are always shaped by numerous historical and social forces, which we come to embody in ways related to our particular social locations. In the first half of this course, we learn how to do spiritual/vocational reflection on the self-in-context. In the second
half of the course, we nurture these capacities by using them in relation to one context in which we all share: colonial Canada in the wake of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC). Exploring how to be vocationally responsible in light of this context, we will develop analytic skills transferable to multiple other contexts too.

Schedule Fri
Start Time 10:00
End Time 16:00
Hours Per Week 3
Minimum Enrolment 10
Maximum Enrolment 20
Program Requirement Successful completion of this course is required for enrollment in Contextual Education EMF3020YY.
Additional Notes

Additional Evaluation: includes participation in site visits outside of class, small group discussions and integrative papers.

Teaching Method
Means of Evaluation
Reflection Paper
Previously Offered Fall 2018
Currently Offered Winter 2023