INTDS 190   Introduction to Global Citizen Scholars, 2 credits

(SPRING 2021 Thu: 3:00-4:15 pm Schultz East Alcove.  

 

An introduction to the cohort-related theme of the global citizen scholars program.  Students explore the theme through an interdisciplinary evaluation of domestic and international policies, structures, and systems.  Students evaluate questions of rights and responsibilities within domestic and international settings, and in the context of diverse beliefs, values, and worldviews.  Drawing from a variety of sources, from peer-reviewed and policy-based literature to news media articles we analyze how knowledge is developed in this field and how and why various publics may perceive things differently.   Emphasis is on developing civic identity and a commitment to finding ways in which they might take action individually and collectively.  Students must be Global Citizens Scholars to enroll in this seminar. 

Vandana Shiva | Ecofeminism and the decolonization of women, nature and the future
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Vandana Shiva | Ecofeminism and the decolonization of women, nature and the future

Euskarazko bertsioa 👉 https://youtu.be/hVbbov9Rfjg Gaztelaniazko bertsioa 👉https://youtu.be/1aZjDLR8Z_c Vandana Shiva ekintzaile ekologista eta feministaren hitzaldia San Telmo Museoan, Calcuta Ondoan GKEk antolatuta, museoaren eta Garapenerako Lankidetzaren Euskal Agentziarekin elkarlanean. 2020.03.10. 👉 https://bit.ly/2QKPn5p Ekofeminismoak gure lurrak, gure gorputzak kolonizatu dituzten ilusio horiek ezabatzen ditu, eta orain gure buruak kolonizatzen ari dira teknologia digitalen bidez eta big dataren bidez. Emakumeengan eta naturan sormena, autonomia eta autoantolaketarako potentziala aintzat hartzean, ekofemismoak haziak ereiten ditu, espezie eta pertsona guztientzat etorkizun komun duin eta justua izateko. ********* San Telmo Museoak Erronkak izeneko programazio ildoan gai garaikideen inguruan eztabaidatzeko eta hausnartzeko aukera ematen du, besteak beste, hitzaldi, jardunaldi eta erakusketen bidez. Lantzen dituen gaien artean daude Europa, kulturartekotasuna, iraunkortasuna, berdintasuna, eta bakea eta giza eskubideak. 📌 Erronkak programazioko hitzaldiak (erreprodukzio zerrenda) http://bit.ly/38IvqTx 📌 Erronkak programazio ildoa: http://bit.ly/2lwzAdF ******* 📌 San Telmo Museoa: www.santelmomuseoa.eus 📌 San Telmo Museoaren agenda: http://bit.ly/2nNFYKL 📌 STM Twitterren: https://twitter.com/santelmomuseoa 📌 STM Facebooken: https://www.facebook.com/santelmomuseoa/ San Telmo Museoa 1902an inauguratu zen eta Euskal Herriko museorik zaharrena da. 2011n eraberritu zenetik Euskal Gizartearen Museoa da.Gaur egun, museoan 35.000 piezatik gora ditugu inbentariatuta hainbat kategoriatan: Etnografia, Arte Ederrak, Argazkilaritza, Arkeologia eta Historia. Museoa ez ezik, jakintza zabaltzeko eta pentsamendua sortzeko gunea ere eta iraganeko jakintzatik abiatuta oraina ulertzeko eta etorkizuna eraikitzeko tresna izan nahi du. Hori ahalbidetzeko jarduera egitarau zabala dauka. #VandanaShiva #Feminismoa #SanTelmoMuseoa #Iraunkortasuna #KlimaAldaketa #Europa #Kulturartekotasuna #Berdintasuna #Generoa #Feminismoa #Bakea #GizaEskubideak #Donostia #SanSebastián #Gipuzkoa #GizarteMuseoa #EuskalHerria #Kultura #Historia
Prof. Wangari Maathai at 80: Tree planter, Nobel Prize laureate, revolutionary
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Prof. Wangari Maathai at 80: Tree planter, Nobel Prize laureate, revolutionary

Ecosia is the search engine that plants trees. Get on Ecosia and be climate active every day: https://www.ecosia.org/ Wangari Maathai would have been in her 80s today. She was the first African woman to win the Nobel Prize, and the first Eastern African woman to receive a PhD. Maathai died in 2011, but her legacy is very much alive – thanks, in part, to your Ecosia searches. Wangari Maathai won the Nobel Peace Prize for her political activism, and for founding the Green Belt Movement, Ecosia's reforestation partner in Kenya. Your searches are planting trees according to Prof. Maathai’s method. They are mostly planted around critical water sources, preventing erosion, and increasing both the quantity and the quality of the water. For Wangari Maathai, however, planting trees was never just about restoring the water cycle. It was also about helping people – including the most marginalized – stand up for their human and environmental rights. Share this video to celebrate Wangari Maathai’s 80th birthday! ____ Director & Producer Joshi Gottlieb (IG: @joshigot) Creative director Sina Samavati (IG: @sinasamavati) Script Joshua Gottlieb Cinematographer Shane Thomas McMillan (IG: dokumentarian) Archive images Marlboro Productions, takingrootfilms.com Editing & post-production Sina Samavati Motion graphics & animation Sina Samavati Special thanks to The Green Belt Movement ____ Punch keys to plant trees! Make Ecosia your default search engine: https://www.ecosia.org/ Ecosia is available for Chrome, Firefox, Brave, Safari and many more. You can also start your own forest through the Ecosia app: https://ecosia.co/ecosiaformobile Follow how your searches are replenishing the planet by visiting our blog (https://blog.ecosia.org), Instagram (@ecosia) and Twitter (@Ecosia). Want to make a difference? Check out our Tree Store and buy trees for climate action, trees that purify water sources, trees that empower women, and many more! After your purchase, we’ll email you a certificate that makes a thoughtful gift: https://plant.ecosia.org