I would say that this course is very relevant in the changing context of world societies especially in the era of technological and financial crisis era.
It would be nice to have a course like this initiated by the Department of Anthropology, THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN ONTARIO.
We must welcome the initiative and it will definitely give a lead to other departments across the world.

With Best Wishes and Regards
Dr. KASI Eswarappa,
Guset Faculty, Department of Anthropology,
University of Hyderabad,
India

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If you are teaching or preparing a course dealing with political ecology and natural resources, perhaps you would like to share the reading list/syllabus. I'm trying to compile a comprehensive bibliography on these themes, which could be posted on this group's site.
I am happy to be associate with your compilation works.
Hi Gisa! By when I should expect to see your comprehensive bibliography? Would you like to say something about the works of Prof. Susan Stonich?

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