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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Arts
October 31, 2014

Canadian Excellence

Globalization, Identity and Social Movements



Globalization, Identity and Social Movements fosters critical understanding of contemporary global economic, social and political processes and the struggle for human, cultural and social rights at the local, national, and supranational levels. Social activism, identity formation and rights discourses are key concerns in this field.

  • CQ610 Race, Gender and Imperialism
  • CQ611Religion and Social Change
  • CQ612 [Trans] National Identities, New Media/tions and the Place of the Public
  • CQ613 Nostalgia and Exile: Memory, History, Identity
  • CQ614 Language Policies and the Politics of Language Identity
  • CQ615 Theories of Multiculturalism and Intercultural Dialogue
  • CQ616 THe Idea of Progress and its Critics