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Fall 2023
Jun 18, 2024
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GEOG 1700 - Social Justice in the 21st Century: Global Political Economy and Environmental Change
Introduces students to political economy and cultural geography through the close analysis of contemporary world events, including but not limited to instances of violent conflict, environmental change, international negotiations, political processes and events, social movements, and policy developments. A multimedia approach will advance students' understanding of geopolitical events from political economy and spatial perspectives. Specific content of the course will change year-by-year in response to developments in national and world politics. Also offered by the Faculty of Arts as GPE 1700. Students may not hold credit for both GPE 1700 and GEOG 1700.

3.0 Credit hours

Environment, Earth & Resources

Environment and Geography Department

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