The Summer semester is finally coming to an end, which means no more early mornings for a couple of weeks hopefully. It has been moderately enjoyable in the ERSC class and I will be glad to be done as the material progressively seemed to be more and more repetitive of the previous units. And unlike some of the courses by Prof. Dreifelds this kind of repetitive look at new kinds of disasters and global abnormalities was not holding my interest.
This reminds me that it is time for my recommendation post. These are a series of courses and professors that I had the luxury of listening to and believe that you should too.
Prof. Charles Burton of Brock University offers Rise of China, a media rich exploration into Chinese Political and Social culture and its recent evolution. This includes a deeper canadian perspective on the development as he is an active part of the political process.
Prof. Juris Dreifelds of Brock University whose experience spans nearly a century. His recommended courses include the Media Studies Lectures, Quebec in Canada, Former Soviet Republics (Comparative), and hopefully something environmental soon to make use of his background in forestry.
Prof. Lightbody of Brock University, a philosophy professor with a knack for understatement. His assignments will likely demolish your average but his lectures will leave you with a new perspective on philosophical issiues. Recommended PHIL Intro Courses and Bioethics.
Prof. Chris McIntyre - A professor from the University of Windsor and any of his courses would still rank among my favourites. But as a Brock Student you will not have this experience.