PUBPOL290-05 – LEADERSHIP AND THE ARTS

This community-engaged course explores two parallel questions of equal weight: what kinds of leadership do the arts require now, and what can we learn from the arts, broadly defined, about leadership

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PUBPOL283 – ETHICS IN AN UNJUST WORLD

The course considers the question, “How can we fix poverty?” It begins by exploring the nature of poverty through a variety of descriptive metaphors (for example, poverty as a “trap”

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PUBPOL263S – BORDER CROSSING

Border Crossing is designed to provide students with a theoretical framework, practical models and exemplars for leadership and public engagement. This is a foundational course for students to conduct community-based

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PUBPOL260S – LEADERSHIP/POLICY/CHANGE

Ethical and practical issues of social and organizational change, including conflicts about power and authority, violence, gender, race, fairness, wealth and work. How imagination, fictional and historical narratives, anger, friendship,

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PUBPOL259 – WOMEN AS LEADERS

Because they are women or despite their being women? What explains how women achieve leadership positions in politics, in the boardroom, in local movements of resistance? What does it mean

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PPS259 – WOMEN AS LEADERS

Because they are women or despite their being women? What explains how women achieve leadership positions in politics, in the boardroom, in local movements of resistance? What does it mean

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