Middlebury

INTD 1239

Race,Capitalism,Decolonization

Race, Capitalism, Decolonization
What does decolonization mean in the present context? What does race have to do with capitalism and profit, exploitation and dispossession? In this course we will consider the intersections of race and capitalism in shaping contemporary epistemologies, institutional practices, and lived experiences in local and global contexts. We will consider how present-day formations of race and capitalism are related to histories of imperialism and the global extraction of labour and resources. (Pass/Fail)
Subject:
Interdepartmental
Department:
Interdepartmental
Division:
Interdisciplinary
Requirements Fulfilled:
WTR

Sections

Winter 2021

INTD1239A-W21 Lecture (Rohena-Madrazo, Gupta, Ortegren, Oxfeld, Siddiqi)
INTD1239Q-W21 Discussion (Gupta)
INTD1239R-W21 Discussion (Gupta)
INTD1239S-W21 Discussion (Ortegren)
INTD1239T-W21 Discussion (Ortegren)
INTD1239U-W21 Discussion (Oxfeld)
INTD1239V-W21 Discussion (Oxfeld)
INTD1239W-W21 Discussion (Rohena-Madrazo)
INTD1239X-W21 Discussion (Rohena-Madrazo)
INTD1239Y-W21 Discussion (Siddiqi)
INTD1239Z-W21 Discussion (Siddiqi)