Mexico: Environment, Politics & Society

GEO 323-001

Instructor: 
Tad Mutersbaugh
Start Date: 
01/11/18
End Date: 
05/03/18
Semester: 
Spring 2018
Room: 
Rm.287
Building: 
Chemistry-Physics Bldg
Meeting time: 
R 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Credits: 
3.0

Course Description

This course examines how politics, the environment, and socio-economic relations have shaped Mexico?s contemporary social and cultural geography. The course examines how historical and contemporary processes such as agrarianism, urbanization (Mexico City), the Mexican Revolution, migration, and development have shaped the politics of identity, community, and geography, with particular attention to questions of gender, indigenous peoples, and popular culture.

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