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Department of Anthropology

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Political Ecology

Anthropology 4282 - Fall 2020

An exploration of how the interactions between culture and environment are mediated by local, national, and global politics. Topics include "overpopulation", agricultural intensification, Green Revolution, biotechnology, corporate agriculture, green movements, and organic farming. Each student prepares an in-depth research paper that may be presented to the class. Prerequisites: Graduate standing, Anth 361, or permission of instructor.
Course Attributes: EN SAS SSCFA SSCAR SSC

Section 01

Political Ecology
INSTRUCTOR: Stone
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