FL_10-7 - Indian resource management in New England

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Unit I - review Katrina case study Environmental history : nature – society – culture Modes of production Reproduction and sustainability Human relationships with nature: inter-subjective vs. instrumental Identity and power : race, ethnicity, class, gender, marginality Access to resources / exclusion from access to resources Property : social process: Locke: Founding values and the historical contradictions of American democracy : social contract Models of incorporation The big picture : An introduction to tools and concepts for understanding the ideas, practices and roles of different groups in relation to the management and use of natural resources in American history and contemporary society.
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Unit II summary Subjects : Contact: comparative study of Indian and settler natural resource management The fur trade and Indian dependency Indian fire and ecology
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