Faculty of Arts


Critical Theory and Society

Please note: this is archived course information from 2018 for SOCIOL 301.


Critical theory seeks to understand the multiple contracdictions of society and to offer roadmaps for progressive social change.  This course explores foundational ideas in the traditional of critical theory and in comtemporary critical thought.  Critical theories are situated in the social and historical contexts from which they arise and are scrutinised for their relevance to contemporary struggles for social justice.


Availability 2018

Not taught in 2018


Coordinator(s) Dr Alice Mills


SOCIOL 301: 15.0 points


SOCIOL 200 or 30 points above Stage I in BA or Global Studies courses

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