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  1. Week 1: Te Tiriti 3 items
    1. Appendices : The Treaty of Waitangi - Claudia Orange

      Book Required Please consider both versions of He Whakaputanga and Te Tiriti.

  2. Week 2: Structural Injustice 2 items
    1. Responsibility for justice - Iris Marion Young 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Required

    2. Visionary pragmatism: radical and ecological democracy in neoliberal times - Romand Coles, ProQuest (Firm) 2016

      Book Required Chapter 3 (pp 115-46)

  3. Week 3: Climate Change 5 items
    1. Fostering sustainable tribal economies in a time of climate change - Maria Bargh, Sarsha-Leigh Douglas, Annie Te One 08/2014

      Article Required

    2. Climate change through the lens of intersectionality - Anna Kaijser, Annica Kronsell 04/05/2014

      Article Recommended

  4. Week 4: Settler-Colonialism 7 items
    1. The journal of urgent writing: Volume 1, 2016 - Dan Salmon, Paul McDonald, Mike Joy, David Hall 2016

      Book Required Peter Meihana, "Manifest Destiny", pp 170-79

    2. Tangata, tangata: the changing ethnic contours of New Zealand - Paul Spoonley, David G. Pearson, Cluny Macpherson 2004

      Book Required Chapter 5, "'Cultural Vandalism' and Pākehā Politics of Guilt and Responsibility", pp89-107

    3. Justice, ethics and New Zealand society - Graham Oddie, Roy W. Perrett, Australasian Association of Philosophy. New Zealand Division. Conference 1992

      Book Recommended

  5. Week 5: Socioeconomic Inequality 3 items
    1. Inequality: a New Zealand crisis - Ebooks Corporation 2013, ©2013

      Book Required

    2. Inequality: a New Zealand crisis - Ebooks Corporation 2013, ©2013

      Book Required

  6. Week 6: Civic Action 8 items
    1. Notes toward a performative theory of assembly - Judith Butler, EBSCOhost 2015

      Chapter Required Chapter 2, "Bodies in Alliance and the Politics of the Street", pp66-98

    2. The New Civic Politics: - Harry Boyte, Stephen Elkin, Peter Levine, Jane Mansbrige 2014

      Article Recommended

  7. Week 7: Institutional vs direct action 2 items
  8. Week 8: Disruptive vs transformational action 2 items
  9. Week 9: Spectacular politics vs everyday organising 3 items
  10. Week 10: Deliberative vs aesthetic/affective politics 4 items
    1. Democracy and Difference: Contesting the Boundaries of the Political - by Seyla Benhabib, Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science and Philosophy Seyla Benhabib

      Book Required Chapter 4, "Toward a Deliberative Model of Democratic Legitimacy" by Seyla Benhabib (pp67-94)

    2. The Subversive imagination 1994

      Book Required Ch 4, Elizam Escobar, "The Heuristic Power of Art", pp35-54

    3. Sister outsider: essays and speeches - Audre Lorde c2007

      Book Recommended "The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism", pp124-33

  11. Week 11: Strategic vs prefigurative politics 4 items
    1. The Politics of Prefigurative Community - Barbara Epstein

      Chapter Required

  12. Week 12: Conclusions and future directions 0 items