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Globalization and Indigenous Peoples (ENVS4215)

Globalization and Indigenous Peoples (ENVS4215)

Globalization and Indigenous Peoples

Course Code: ENVS 4215
Course Date: July 29, 2022 to August 7, 2022
Course Instructor: Ravi de Costa
 

Course Description

Indigenous peoples are distinct communities who have experienced the processes of globalization in particular ways. Focusing on the experience of Indigenous peoples in Costa Rica, the course examines the global historical processes of imperialism and colonialism and their legacies of racism, assimilation and marginalization. The course then examines Indigenous peoples' resistance to globalization and engagement with global networks, movements and institutions, in order to protect their cultures and assert their rights. We will think about these issues in context, by living with and learning from several Indigenous communities in the south of Costa Rica.

 

Summer 2018

The course ran from May 22-29, 2018. The instructor was Dr. Ravi de Costa from former Faculty of Environmental Studies, now at the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.    

Summer 2017

The course ran from May 22-30, 2017. The instructor was Dr. Ravi de Costa from former Faculty of Environmental Studies, now at the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies.  
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