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GEO 171 - Sp 2013 Syllabus(3) (1)

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http://universitysenate.syr.edu/curricula/disability-syllabus-statement.html ) Course Schedule Date Week 1 Lecture M 1/14 Lecture W 1/16 Sections Th-F 1/17-18 Week 2 Lecture M 1/21
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Lecture W 1/23 Sections Th-F 1/24-25 Date Week 3 Lecture M 1/28 Lecture W 1/30 Sections Th-F 1/31-2/1 Week 4 Lecture M 2/4 Lecture W 2/6 Sections Th-F 2/7-8 Week 5 Lecture M 2/11 Lecture W 2/13 Sections Th-F 2/14-15 Date Week 6 Lecture M 2/18 Lecture W 2/20 Sections TH-F 2/21-22 Week 7 Lecture M 2/25 Lecture W 2/27 Sections 2/28-3/1
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PART IV: POLITICAL GEOGRAPHIES Week 8 Lecture M 3/4 Lecture W 3/6 Sections Th-F 3/7 Week X Lecture M 3/11 Lecture W 3/13 Sections Th-F 3/1 Week 9 Lecture M 3/18 Lecture W 3/20 Sections Th-F 3/1 Week 10 Lecture M 3/25 Lecture W 3/27 Sections Th-F 3/2 PART V: POLITICAL-ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHIES Week 11 Lecture M 4/1 Lecture W 4/3 Sections Th-F 4/4 Week 12 Lecture M 4/8 Lecture W 4/10 Sections Th-F 4/1 Week 13 Lecture M 4/15 Lecture W 4/17 Sections Th-F 4/1
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PART VI: GEOGRAPHIES OF JUSTICE Week 14 Lecture M 4/22 Lecture W 4/24 Sections Th-F 4/2 Week 15 Lecture M 4/29 Lecture W 5/1 Sections Th-F 5/2 Week XX Monday 5/6, noo Monday 5/6 4 pm Week XXX Monday 5/13, no Bibliography of Assigned Readings (in addition to the textbook) For 1/23 Meinig, D. (1979), “The Beholding Eye: Ten Versions of the Same Scene,” in D. Meinig (ed.), The Interpretation of Ordinary Landscapes: Geographical Essays (New York: Oxford University Press), 33-48. For 1/30 Pyle, G. (1969), “The Diffusion of Cholera in the United States in the Nineteenth Century,” Geographical Analysis 1, 59-75. For 3/20 Smith, N. (2009), “The Revolutionary Imperative,” Antipode 41, 50-65. For 3/25 Forest, B. (2001), “Mapping Democracy: Racial Identity and the Quandary of Political Representation,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 91, 143-166. For 4/3 Mitchell, D. (2012), “Retrenchment, Revitalization, or the Right to the City: Four Theses,” in J. Czerniak (ed.), Formerly Urban: Projecting Rustbelt Futures (Princeton: New City Books), 90-105
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For 4/17 Smith, N. (1989), “Tompkins Square Park: Rents, Riots, and Redskins,” Portable Lower East Side 6, 1-36. For 4/22 Pulido, L. (2000), “Rethinking Environmental Racism: White Privilege and Urban Development in Southern California,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90, 12-40. For 4/24 Harvey, D. (2012a), “London 2011: Feral Capitalism Hits the Streets,” in D. Harvey, Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution (London: Verso), 155-157. Harvey, D. (2012b), “#OWS: The Party of Wall Street Meets Its Nemesis,” in D. Harvey, Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution (London: Verso), 159-164.
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