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Scott Carey, HLTH 334: The Politics of Health and Illness

This winter semester Scott is  teaching HLTH 334, The Politics of Health and Illness, in the School of Kinesiology & Health Studies. This course seeks to introduce students to the work of Michel Foucault as a means to critically think about the contemporary discourses (e.g. biomedical, psychological, neoliberal, etc.) that shape our experience of health […]

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Rob Millington and Matt Ventresca, KNPE 167: Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Sport and Physical Activity

This winter semester, Rob Millington and Matt Ventresca are Teaching Fellows for KNPE 167: Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Sport and Physical Activity This course focuses on sport as a social, political, and cultural phenomena in Canada and globally. Sport impacts our daily lives in direct and indirect ways: It can shape identities (e.g. notions of masculinity […]

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