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Date: September 20, 2006
Curriculum Committee Approval Date:
Course Revision #1
GEOG 3251f .
The Politics of Claiming and Reclaiming Space (ENVT; 4 cr; prereq-soph or higher; 2001)
Examination of conflicts from around the world arising from such issues as race, gender, sexuality, colonialism, neo-colonialism, gentrification, globalization, and environmental protection as they manifest themselves in contestations over space. Focus on how these political struggles over space—who owns it, who controls it, who defines it, how it's organized, what purpose it serves, etc.—are linked to social, cultural, and economic processes. Using case studies, the variety of ways that space is contested and how space is central to political conflict are explored.
Rationale (see instructions):
Inactivate course. Course has never been offered. Course was introduced by a faculty member who has left campus, it is likely the course will never be offered.