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(en) Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement AWSM: ISE online course: Oct 8-Nov. 26

Date Fri, 21 Sep 2018 09:35:07 +0300

Dear Friends of the ISE, ---- Enrollment is now open for the fall session of the Institute for Social Ecology online seminar Ecology, Democracy, Utopia! ---- Running from October 8th to November 26th, this eight-week course introduces students to Social Ecology - an interdisciplinary body of ideas that explores the relationship between social and ecological problems from a transformative political perspective. Participants learn the foundations of Social Ecology and apply these insights to a variety of contemporary political and ecological problems, sharpening their understanding of the world while developing visionary solutions to change it. The seminar explores a broad range of interconnected themes, including:

* What is Social Ecology?
* Understanding Social Hierarchy and Domination
* What is Nature?
* Capitalism, Critique, Alternatives
* Technology, Agriculture, and Society
* Politics, Direct Democracy, and the State
* From Protest to Social Transformation
* Reconstructive Vision: Reclaiming Utopia

Format: The course combines video lectures by ISE faculty, a weekly online seminar, readings, and online discussion forums. Each week, participants watch a video lecture and read assigned texts, then meet online to discuss them with faculty and other students during the weekly seminar. There are also online forums where the conversation can be continued between sessions. There are no written assignments or grades, all participants receive a certificate of completion. Through our partnership with Goddard College, students who enroll in their low-residency BA program can earn college credit for the course; some students from other institutions have been able to take the course for credit via their home university as an independent study.

Registration is open to everyone, but space is limited. To enroll, please write us at social-ecology@mail.mayfirst.org. Registration costs $100 and can be paid here. Write us for the full syllabus, and feel free to share the news with friends, students, and educators!

We look forward to learning and changing the world together!


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