Monthly Archives: January 2015

thinking & moving deeper into the city…

This weeks reading list: 1.  Animal Cities: Beastly Urban Histories edited by Peter Atkins (2012). Introductory chapter. 2. Zoopolis: Nature. Capitalism and Socialism by Jennifer Wolch (1996). 3. Animal Urbis by Jennifer Wolch (2002). 4. Colonization, urbanization, and animals by … Continue reading

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A small snapshot of Animal Geographies

I designed this course to begin by building a foundation of knowledge for what constitutes the study of animal geography. Two of the articles I chose this week come from what are considered essential basic texts in this geographical subdiscipline. … Continue reading

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Independent Studies 402: urban animals / animal geography

I am so happy to confirm that I will be critically reading through texts again this term with the lovely Dr. Anne Dagg. I am going to explore urban ecologies and specifically placing animals within the western city; however the … Continue reading

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