Ecology, Democracy, Utopia FLEX
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The course introduces students to Social Ecology – an interdisciplinary body of ideas that explores the relationship between social and ecological problems. Social Ecology addresses a set of diverse yet interrelated themes including the emergence of hierarchy and domination in society, the nature of democracy and state, capitalism and inequality, global power relations, technology and sustainable design, food politics, and movements for social change. Students will learn the foundations of social ecology and apply these insights to a variety of contemporary political and ecological problems, sharpening their understanding of the world while developing visionary solutions to change it.