topic 1 :Decolonization: Global Indigenous movements
Lightfoot, S. (2016). Chapter 3. Practicing global politics in Indigenous ways. Global indigenous politics: A subtle revolution. Routledge: New York.
Estes, N. (2019). Chapter 7. Liberation. Our History Is the Future: Standing Rock Versus the Dakota Access Pipeline and the Long Tradition of Indigenous Resistance. Verso.
topic 2 : Global climate justice
Eco-cide: Crook, M., Short, D., & South, N. (2018). Ecocide, genocide, capitalism and colonialism: Consequences for Indigenous peoples and glocal ecosystems environments. Theoretical Criminology, 22(3), 298–317.
Greenford, D.-H. (2019). Why Ending Oil and Gas Production in Canada is Essential to a Just Transition Both at Home and Abroad. In Patricia E. Perkins (Ed.), Local Activism for Global Climate Justice (pp. 36-52). Routledge: London.
topic 3 : Global racial justice
Porter, C., Meheut, C., Apuzzo M., & Gebrekidan, S. (2022, May 20).“The Root of Haiti’s Misery: Reparations to Enslavers” New York Times. Retrieved from https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/20/world/americas/haiti-history-colonized-france.html
- Timalsina, T. (2021, March 21). Why Rhodes Must Fall. Harvard Political Review. https://harvardpolitics.com/rhodes-must-fall/
topic 4: Global migration/refugee crisis and migrant justice movements
- Walia, Harsha. (2021). Chapter 3. Dispossession, Deprivation, Displacement: Reframing the Global Migration Crisis. Border & Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (p.61-74). Fernwood Publishing.
- • Walia, Harsha. (2021). Chapter 6. Fortress Europe. Border & Rule: Global Migration, Capitalism and the Rise of Racist Nationalism (p. 105-109). Fernwood Publishing.