Contested Global Landscapes

A Multidisciplinary Initiative of the Cornell Institute for the Social Sciences

2012-2015 Theme Project
Contested Global Landscapes
Courses

Comparative Environmental History (STS 4131): Sara Pritchard – Fall 2012

Environment, Society, and Land (DSOC 3240): Charles Geisler – Fall 2012

Environmental Governance (NTRES/DSOC/BIO&SOC/S&TS) 3311): Steven Wolf – Fall 2012

Ethics and the Environment (BSOC 2061): Sara Pritchard – Fall 2012

Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History (AIS/AMST/HIST 2260): Jon Parmenter – Spring 2013

Global Conflict and Terrorism (DSOC 4810): Charles Geisler – Spring 2013

History/Geography/Theory (HIST/LATA 6482): Raymond Craib – Spring 2013

International Trade Policy (AEM 4300): Nancy Chau – Spring 2013

Living in an Uncertain World: Science, Technology, and Risk (BSOC/HIST/STS 3181): Sara Pritchard – Spring 2013

Nature/Culture: The Politics of Human-Environment Relations (ANTHR 3417): Paul Nadasdy – Fall 2012

New World Encounters, 1500 – 1800 (AIS/AMST/HIST 4900): Jon Parmenter – Spring 2013

No Gods, No Masters, Histories of Anarchism (HIST 1955): Raymond Craib – Spring 2013

Perspectives on International Agriculture and Rural Development (DSOC 2020): Wendy Wolford – Fall 2012

Qualitative Research Methods (DSOC 6150): Wendy Wolford – Spring 2013

Seminar in Iroquois History (HIST 2390): Jon Parmenter – Fall 2012

Strategic Thinking (AEM 4190): Nancy Chau – Spring 2013