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2001 Fall New Social Geographies and the Politics of Space


January 30, 2014

Alternative Media and the Public Sphere

What is the future of democracy in the era of corporate power and the military industrial state? Probably no social question is more insistent and urgent for us. Traditional notions of the public sphere or civil society as a space for the free exchange of ideas by individuals and social groups of diverse kinds, have […]

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Race, Class and the Transformation of Environmentalism

Symposium Participants: Michel Gelobter, Director, Redefining Progress Rachel Morelo-Frosch, San Francisco State University Manuel Pastor, UC Santa Cruz

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Women in the Landscape

Symposium Participants: Ruth Andersson May ’40 Prairie Preservation and Wildflower Illustrator Dallas, Texas Regula Campbell ’69 Architect and Landscape Designer Santa Barbara, California Mary Swanson ’79 Landscape Architect San Francisco, California Kristen Lohse ’89 Landscape Architect Seattle, Washington Panel Discussion on Landscape Design Careers 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Moderator: Tina Lee ’83 Environmentalist Tucson, […]

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Social Movements and the Use of Public Space

Participants: Laura Pulido, USC Ruth Wilson Gilmore, UC Berkeley Joseph Nevins, UC Berkeley

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