The Community, Culture and Global Studies unit presents a stimulating and dynamic grouping of four overlapping, though distinctive, academic programs:
The unit is comprised of a broad range of faculty whose research is socially significant and contemporary. Our work covers issues as far ranging as the study of Whiteness in the Okanagan through to Participatory Mapping practice with Aboriginal communities in Canada and internationally.
Our research greatly influences our teaching and supervision at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. We offer an exciting range of courses that are both relevant to current issues and job opportunities, as well as contemporary theory and thought.
We encourage you to explore our new website in more depth in order to get a clearer understanding about our faculty members and the type of research and teaching in which we are involved.