Human-environment interactions under globalization. The politics of using particular ideas of 'nature' for the benefit of some and to the detriment of others in spaces from local backyards to global contexts. Environmental movements and livelihoods. Prerequisites: GEOG 050 or GEOG 070 or ENVS 002; and ENSC 001 or ENVS 001 or GEOG 040 or GEOL 001 or GEOL 007 or GEOL 055 or NR 103. Cross-listed with: ENVS 143.

Subject

GEOG

Course Number

173

Credits

3.00

Course Sections

Course Section Title Instructor Term CRN (Reg #)
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Todd Morehouse Spring 2021 13419
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Todd Morehouse Spring 2020 14062
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Todd Morehouse Spring 2019 15322
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Ingrid Nelson Fall 2017 94888
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Ingrid Nelson Fall 2014 92910
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Ingrid Nelson Fall 2013 94160
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Reese Hersey Spring 2013 13798
GEOG 173 A D2: Political Ecology Katharine Anderson Fall 2007 91403
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Jeffrey Davis Fall 2005 91043
GEOG 173 A Political Ecology Jeffrey Davis Fall 2003 91203