Contested Environments

Bibliographic Information

Course Title

Contested Environments

Institution Where Taught

University of Toronto

Year Course Taught

2019

Web Address (URL)

https://anthropology.utoronto.ca/undergraduate/course-information-1/course-descriptions/

Additional Information

Course Number

ANT 351

Course Description

This course utilizes a social movements perspective to examine the various kinds of conflicts emerging over “environment,” including disputes over food, animal rights, parks, wilderness, energy, and water. Building on the anthropological literature on landscape and political ecology, this course explores the various ways in which social movement constituencies are responding to and engaging with the uncertain and uneven nature of environmental change.

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No

Notes

  • Prerequisite: ANT 204H1 or ANT 207H1

Distribution Requirement Status: This is a Social Science course
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Instituti

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