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The University of Toronto is taking steps to ensure the upcoming fall semester offers a high-quality academic experience while doing everything it can to support domestic and international students affected by COVID-19.
With an increased focus on online learning and virtual engagement, U of T is preparing for a fall semester that includes a mix of virtual and in-person instruction across thousands of courses – all while taking steps to ensure students’ health and safety.
When you think of social justice, you’re likely thinking about how some people are discriminated against because of their race, gender, sexual orientation or religion.
But you may not realize how language fits into these dynamics.
“A major factor in unjust social structures is language,” says Nathan Sanders, an assistant professor in the Faculty of Arts & Science’s department of linguistics at the University of Toronto.
University of Toronto students had the opportunity this fall to study the #MeToo social movement.
Anne Kingston, a senior writer and columnist for Maclean’s magazine, and Jessica Johnson, executive editor of The Walrus, are teaching #MeToo and the Media, a course at the University of St. Michael’s College that’s designed to help students develop an analytic understanding of the movement and the cultural shift associated with it.