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EU/ENVS 4351 3.00   Peasant Studies in the Global South: Peasants, Food, Nature and Wellbeing

Course Description:

We will study peasants from Feudalism and the dawn of Capitalism, to the era of Globalization and the Digital Revolution, exploring their political, economic, social and environmental roles from diverse theoretical perspectives, analyzing their resistance/resilience, their social movements, their potential regarding food security and food sovereignty, and their proposals confronting the multiple crises of Capitalism and the Anthropocene. Prerequisite: Fourth-year standing or by permission of the Instructor. Students with Third-year standing may have access subject to space availability and approval from the Faculty.

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Fall/Winter 2023-2024 Schedule

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