Archives: Grad Courses

ENVS 6350

Cultural Production Workshop: Socially Engaged Art

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2018 Summer ENVS 6350

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POSTPONED HNES 102 Myers R55F01

ENVS 6121

Community, Energy & Planning

This course examines the relationship between sustainable communities and sustainable energy systems. In the context of climate change, environmental, ethical, and social concerns, the course will consider the flexibility and adaptability of landscape, communities and city-building processes, and integrated and multi-scalar responses and approaches to policy-making and implementation.

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2019 Winter ENVS 6121

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Monday, 2:30-5:20 HNES 141 Professor Hoicka J66R01

ENVS 6401

Disasters: Concepts and Causes

This course examines natural disasters from an interdisciplinary point of view, particularly considering why there seem to be more natural disasters, and how and why decisions made by people create vulnerable communities. Crosslisted with DEMS 5020.

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2019 Winter ENVS 6401 (DEMS 5020)

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Monday, 2:30-5:20 RS 104 Etkin X13H01

ENVS 6162

International Environmental Law

This course examines the foundations and guiding principles of international environmental law. It explores the dynamics of the international legal system with a focus on the key actors, interests and ideas. Students are expected to contribute actively to the critical analysis of sources and mechanisms of international environmental law and to discussion of new approaches to global environmental problems.

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2019 Winter ENVS 6162 (LAW 4880)

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Tuesday, 2:30-5:30 IKB 1003 Estrin Q68K01

ENVS 6119

Environmental Resource Management

Examination of the principles of environmental resource management and conservation, with emphasis on integrating ecological/physical, economic, and social/ethical considerations in contemporary problems in environmental resource management.

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2019 Winter ENVS 6119

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Monday, 11:30-2:20 HNES 102 Colla S44U01

ENVS 6102

MES Research Proposal (formerly Transitions in Environmental Studies)

This course assists students in the transition from MES II to MES III, with emphasis on the design of the substantive and integrative experiences to be undertaken in MES III (including expectations of the Major Project, Major Paper, or Thesis) and the ways that students may demonstrate “mastery” of the subject matter.

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2019 Winter ENVS 6102

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R86N01

ENVS 6102

MES Research Proposal (formerly Transitions in Environmental Studies)

This course assists students in the transition from MES II to MES III, with emphasis on the design of the substantive and integrative experiences to be undertaken in MES III (including expectations of the Major Project, Major Paper, or Thesis) and the ways that students may demonstrate “mastery” of the subject matter.

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2018 Fall ENVS 6102

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B39F01

ENVS 5475

Space, Place & Capitalism

This course examines the political economy of capitalism from a geographical angle. It looks at the spatial and environmental aspects of capitalism employing Marx=s >mature= works as well as more contemporary literature on political economy in geography and cultural studies.

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2018 Fall ENVS 5475 (GEOG 5375/SOCI 6794)

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Tuesday, 11:30-2:20 VH 1152 Das H14Q01

ENVS 5103

Nature and Society

Examination of conceptions of nature found in the Western tradition. A particular emphasis is placed on the role of cultural narratives, and notions of technology and time in shaping our conceptions of nature.

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2018 Fall ENVS 5103

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Thursday, 9:30-12:20 HNES 141 Sandilands W58N01

ENVS 6275

International Political Economy and Ecology Summer School

Each year the IPEE Summer School investigates one salient issue within the field of international political economy. International political economy includes the notion of international and transnational economic relations, and comparative structures of national political economy. Each session is an exploration of current literature in a specific issue area of IPEE, particularly as it relates to the relationship between economy and ecology. Crosslisted with POLS 6282 and GEOG 5395.

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2019 Summer ENVS 6275 (POLS 6282/GEOG 5395)

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