Geography Capstone Presentations in Political Ecology, Day 2

1:20 PM  - 2:50 PM
Thursday Dec 7, 2017
06A, Carnegie Hall


Fall 2017 Geography Capstone Presentations

Comparative Environment & Development Studies: A Seminar in Cultural & Political Ecology


Thursday, Dec 7, 1:20-2:50, Carnegie 06A

1:20-45pm: "Impacts of Commercialized Agriculture on Collection of Wild Foods Among Female Rice Farmers in Southwestern Burkina Faso" Julia Morgan


1:50-2:15pm: “A Critique of State Centrism: Engaging Non-State Actors in International Water Governance” Kathrene Garcia


2:20-2:45pm: “The Political Ecology of Garden Plots: Uniting Spaces of Subsistence, Resistance and Identity” Anna Bebbington


Contact: Bill Moseley,

This event is for: Students, Staff and Faculty

Admission: free

Sponsored By: Geography

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