ID 283 - Cultures in Exile
This course explores both the concept and context of exile in the contemporary world from the perspective of those who experience it, create cultural artefacts about those experiences, and contribute to transformations-small and large-of the communities and cultures that define their identity in exile. While we will draw on social science analyses of exile, home, belonging, diaspora, transnationalism, and so forth, special emphasis will be given to narratives exploring these concepts created by exiles themselves.
Capstone eligible seminar.
Prerequisites: A Qualitative Research Methods class, such as:
ID 132 - Research Methods for International Development and Social Change
GEOG 255 - Qualitative Research Methods, Skills and Applications
GEOG 141 - Research Design and Methods in Geography
PSYC 109 - Qualitative Methods in Psychology
SOC 202 - Social Research Process
UDSC 245 - Going Local: Community Development and Planning
Anticipated Terms Offered: Fall