Right Livelihood Courses

Kresge-78: Social and Environmental Justice Activism and the Right Livelihood Award Foundation (2 units)

Introduces contemporary activism on environmentalism and human rights, emphasizing the work of Laureates of the Right Livelihood Award (known internationally as the "Alternative Nobel Prize") and the Right Livelihood College, whose North American campus is Kresge College.

Anthropology-110-I: Cultures of Sustainability and Social Justice (5 units, online)

Brings together diverse forms of cultural knowledge and complexities of everyday life to illuminate longstanding concerns of sustainability and justice. Investigates multiple theories of sustainable development as well as tools, techniques, and contexts for ecological integrity, economic security, empowerment, responsibility and social well-being characteristic of sustainable communities. Case studies are drawn from around the world highlighting the work of Right Livelihood Award Laureates in tandem with UC faculty.