IEMG 8525


Social Issues, Justice, and Change in Education

This course explores the relationships between international education and power, privilege, equity, diversity and inclusion. The course will explore notions of oppression and transformation, and the conditions which facilitate and block social justice and change at the system, institution, program, and personal levels. Selected social topics will be explored, with a focus on how they intersect with the field of international education: race and ethnicity; gender, sex, and gender identity; colonial and white settler identities; environmental sustainability and justice; and immigration and forced mobility, among others. Students will be expected to learn about and discuss these topics, participate in a project that advances social justice in education, and plan for their future professional engagement.

International Education Mgmt
International Education Mgmt
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:


Fall 2022 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term

IEMG8525A-F22 Lecture (Wick)
IEMG8525B-F22 Lecture

Fall 2021 - MIIS, MIIS First Half of Term

IEMG8525A-F21 Lecture (Campbell)
IEMG8525B-F21 Lecture (Campbell)