Ethics, Colonization & Care of the Planet

College Emmanuel College
Instructor(s) Medina, Néstor
Course Code EMT3950HF
NOTE: Graduate degree students enrol in EMT6950HF
Semester First Semester
Section 0101
Online No
Credits One Credit
Location Toronto (St George Campus)

This interdisciplinary and interreligious seminar is an in-depth exploration of key figures, methods, movements, and issues which have shaped and continue to shape debates on ecology across religious traditions. Starting with the historical and contemporary effects of colonization, the course engages a broad range of ecoethical questions in terms of social, political and planetary implications and how those intersect with the ethical concerns of specific religious traditions. Students will wrestle with pressing contemporary ecological concerns and work toward the articulation of their own ethics on questions related to the survival of the planet and humanity in light of their own religious tradition.

Pre-Requisites EMT1101H or equivalant
Schedule Thu
Start Time 18:00
End Time 20:00
Hours Per Week 3
Minimum Enrolment 10
Maximum Enrolment 20
Teaching Method
Means of Evaluation
Class Participation
Reflection Paper
Research Paper
Book Review
Previously Offered Winter 2023
Currently Offered Fall 2023