Land Courses

The project’s faculty developed two new co-designed graduate seminars focused specifically on Contested Global Landscapes. In sum, the faculty team members taught 25 theme-related courses 35 times during the course of their term. Areas of study included environmental history and governance; global conflict and terrorism; and international agriculture and development.

Courses Taught by ISS Faculty Fellows (2012-2015)

American Indian Lands and Sovereignties (ANTHR 4725/7725): Paul Nadasdy – Fall 2014

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

Confluence: Environmental History and Science & Technology Studies (STS/HIST 6181) Sara Pritchard – Spring 2014

Culture, Politics, and Environment in the Circumpolar North: (AIS/ANTHR 3422/6422) Paul Nadasdy – Spring 2015

Economics of Agricultural Development (AEM 4640): Steven Kyle – Fall 2013, Fall 2014

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

Environmental Governance (NTRES/DSOC/BIO&SOC/S&TS 3311): Steven Wolf – Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014

Environmental Governance – Graduate Seminar (NTRES 6310 & DSOC 6320): Steven Wolf – Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014

Ethics and the Environment (BSOC/STS 2061/PHIL 2460): Sara Pritchard– Fall 2012, Fall 2013

Global Conflict and Terrorism (DSOC 4810): Charles Geisler – Spring 2013, Spring 2014

History/Geography/Theory (HIST/LATA 6482): Raymond Craib – Spring 2013, Fall 2014

Introduction to American Indian Studies I: Indigenous North America (AIS 1100/AMST 1600): Paul Nadasdy – Fall 2013, Fall 2014

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

Modern Mexico: A Global History (HIST/LATA 3060): Raymond Craib – Fall 2013

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

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, Fall 2013, Fall 2014

Proseminar: Social Organization: (ANTHR 6010) Paul Nadasdy – Spring 2015

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

Special Topics in Development Sociology: Contested Global Landscapes (DSOC 6950): Charles Geisler & Wendy Wolford – Fall 2013

Special Topics in Development Sociology: Contested Global Landscapes (DSOC 6950): Wendy Wolford – Spring 2014

Sustainability Science (ESS/SNES 3100): Steven Wolf & Timothy Fahey – Fall 2014

The Invention of the Americas (HIST 1950): Raymond Craib – Fall 2014

The Pacific Horizon (HIST 4515/6515): Raymond Craib – Spring 2014