CJS 345: Environments of Justice
Prerequisite: Junior Standing
An historic examination into the political urgencies of transnational environmental justice movements and their studies. This course attends to environmental theories and practices that account for how racism, hetero-sexism, capitalism, and interstate frameworks inform our environments, relationships, and collective struggles for justice and sustainability. Topics include: resource extraction, reproductive justice, immigration, food justice, eco-resistance, legal protections, unnatural disasters, and plant consciousness.