Social Justice Studies

Substantive Electives

At least two courses from:

ANTH 308Legality and Social Justice in Global Perspective
ANTH 311 Introduction to Engaged and Practicing Anthropology
ANTH 336 Contemporary Aboriginal People of Canada
ANTH 393 Selected Problems in Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology (if offered as Ethnography of Food)
ANTH 405 Advanced Economic Anthropology
CYC 350 Applying Law in Child Protection and Child and Youth Care Practice
DSST 440 Introduction to Disability Studies
DSST 443 Activism and Advocacy
ED-D 538A Community Leadership and Adult Learning
ED-D 538B Cultural Leadership and Social Learning through the Arts
ED-D 539B Leadership, Education and Diversity
ES 402 Global Issues in Sustainability
ES 417Women and Environments
GMST 353 Literature and Film of the Holocaust and "Third Reich"
GNDR 302 Sex Work, Trafficking and Human Rights
GNDR 304 Imagining India from Empire to Bollywood
GNDR 305 Gender and International Human Rights
GNDR 306 Gender and International Development
GNDR 323 Women in Contemporary India
GNDR 329 Topics in Power, Identities and Difference
GNDR 333 Anti-Racist Feminisms and Democratic Futures
GNDR 340 Indigenous Cinema Decolonizing the Screen
GNDR 341 Indigenous Women's Autobiographies
GNDR 343

Indigenous Women Writing Resistance

GNDR 344 Queer Film
HSTR 305A American Women to 1900
HSTR 305B American Women 1900 - Present
HSTR 306 Sex and Power in American History
HSTR 309 Race Riots in American Cities
HSTR310A Afican-American History
HSTR 327A Gender and Sexuality in Canada to 1920
HSTR 327B Gender and Sexuality in Canada frim 1920 - present
HSTR 328 Indigenous-Settler Relations in Canada
HSTR 329A Race and Ethnicity in Canada to 1900
HSTR 329B Race and Ethnicity in Canada since 1900
HSTR 485B Making "Race" in British Atlantic World
HSD 400Policy in the Human Services
HSD 464 Introduction to Disability Studies
IET 420 Topics in Intercultural Education [If taught as Beyond Diversity and Human Rights; Immigration and Refugee Studies; or Theatre, Community, Change]
IET 430 Facilitating Intercultural Relationships
IGOV 381 Indigenous Leadership and Governance
IGOV 383 The Indigenous-State Relationship
IGOV 384 Special Issues in Indeigenous Governance
INGH 450

Indigenous Health Contexts, Trends, and Social Determinants

INGH 453

Wise Practices in Indigenous Community Health

INTS 460

Foundations in International and Global Health and Human Development

INTS 461 Engaging in International and Global Health Development Work
POLI 319 Issues in Comparative Politics
POLI 328Gender and International Relations
POLI 335Gender and Politics
POLI 344International Political Economy
POLI 372 Latin American Politics
POLI 373 African Politics
POLI 375 Gender Politics in China
POLI 422Youth Politics
POLI 434The Politics of Class
POLI 436 Politics of Human Rights in New Democracies
SOCI 315Class, Status and Power
SOCI 316Social Movements
SOCI 335Racialization and Ethnicity
SOCI 382 Sociology of Sexuality
SOCI 388 Food and Society
SOCI 465 Sociology of Climate Change and Environment
SOCW 350A Social Work, Social Justice and the Law
SOCW 350B Legal Skills for Social Workers (upon sucessful completion of SOCW 350A)
SOCW 452 Teaching and Learning for Social Change
 

The following 200-level courses may count as substantive electives for the Diploma programs if the student requests permission from the Director of SJS (sjs@uvic.ca). Please note that 200 level courses do not count towards the Minor and General Degree in SJS. 

CYC 230 Introduction to CYC Practice in Indigenous Contexts
CYC 240 Ethical Decision-Making in Child and Youth Care Practice
CYC 250 Introduction to Law in Child and Youth Care Contexts
GNDR 202 Globalization and Resistance
GNDR 203 Indigenous Women in Canada