Courses: Solidarity Economy Movements (POLSH365A01)
An intensive research seminar critically examining the politics, theory and social networks behind solidarity economy movements that seek to create solidarity-based alternatives to capitalism. Includes study of the fair trade movement, eco-villages, cooperative movements, and participatory budgeting, among other initiatives.
Prerequisites: One 200-level political science course.
Fulfills: SO I Limit:15
Haverford, Hall 106