The Justice, Culture and Community course will help you explore the theory, development and application of social justice from historical, sociological, political, philosophical, theological, artistic and psychological perspectives. Integrate your university experience with work in the local community
You and your classmates will implement service-learning projects and placements with local Toronto agencies that align with one of our program's four academic streams: Resistance and Rebellion, Constructing the Self and Community, Poverty and Politics, Mediums of Justice and Culture.
Whether you are serving in a homeless shelter or long-term care facility, doing advocacy work for a local NGO or planting vegetables in a community garden, SMC One will allow you to reflect on major questions of meaning and value in the intersecting contexts of academic study, socially engaged experience and personal growth.
SMC 188Y1 Y Title: SMC Cornerstone ONE
Thursdays, 1-2; Instructor: J. Sunkenberg
SMC 188Y Lec0101 Y Mediums of Justice & Culture
Tuesdays, 11-12; J. Sunkenberg
SMC 188Y Lec0201 Y Constructing the Self and Community
Tuesdays, 2-3; J. Sunkenberg
SMC 188Y Lec0401 Y Poverty and Politics
Wednesdays, 2-3, D. Rodericks
The Cornerstone program is sponsored by St Michael's College. The program and its courses are open to all students in the Faculty of Arts and Science.