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SCHEDULE OF READINGS WEEK 1: (Sept. 13 & 15): Overview of the course, norms of collaboration and expectation READINGS: Chapter 1 WEEK 2: (Sept.20 & 22): Nature and Scope of Dev’t/Underdev’t READINGS: Chapter 1 (cont.) WEEK 3: (Sept. 27 & 29): Measuring Poverty and Dev’t READINGS: Chapters 2 and 13 WEEK 4: (Oct. 4 & 6): Theories and Approaches to Dev’t READINGS: Chapter 3 WEEK 5: (Oct. 11 & 13): Theories and Approaches to Dev’t (cont.) READINGS: Chapter 3 (cont.) WEEK 6: (Oct.18 & 20): The End of Dev’t: Post-Dev’t and Anti-Dev’t Ideas & Alternative Dev’t READINGS: Chapter 4 & 15 Oct. 25: Critical Review Paper Due in Class WEEK 7: (Oct. 25 & 27): The End of Dev’t: Alternative Approaches to Dev’t: Sustainable Development & its Dynamics READINGS: Chapter 24 &17 WEEK 8: (Nov. 1 & 3): Nov. 1: Overview Of Course material covered for Midterm. Nov. 3: Midterm Exam: In-Class Closed-Book Exam. WEEK 9: (Nov.8): Gender and Development/Environment and Dev,t Movie: TBA READINGS: Chapter 5 WEEK 10: (Nov. 15 & 17): Gender and Development/Environment and Dev,t (Con.) WEEK 11: (Nov. 22 & 24): Dev’t Actors, Agencies, Globalization and Dev’t (cont.)
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