Cycling in the City exhibition – museum of the city of New York

Environmental politics and political thought by applying course concepts and theories to real-world experiences in New York City. write a reflection on your experience engaging in this activity, making use of concepts, themes, and questions from our course. Below are the courses or themes covered: What is environmental political theory? January 30: Harlan Wilson, “EPT and the History of Western Political Thought,” Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory ; Peter Cannavò and Joseph H. Lane, “Introduction,” Engaging Nature: Environmentalism and the Political Theory Canon ; Farah Godrej, “Culture and Difference: Non-western Approaches to Defining Environmental Issues,” Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory Nature in the western canon February 4: John Locke, “On Property,” Second Treatise of Government ; Zev Trachtenburg, “John Locke: ‘This Habitable Earth of Ours,’” in Engaging Nature February 6: W.E.B. DuBois, The Souls of Black Folk , excerpts; Kimberly K. Smith, “W.E.B. DuBois: Racial Inequality and Alienation from Nature,” in Engaging Nature February 11: Henry David Thoreau, Walden: or Life in the Woods , excerpts; Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, “Stewards of the Earth,” from An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States Climate Change in the Anthropocene February 13: Elizabeth Kolbert, “The Climate of Man,” Parts I & II, The New Yorker ; Christophe Bonneuil and Jean-Baptiste Fressoz, The Shock of the Anthropocene , excerpts; Kyle Whyte, “Indigenous Climate Change Studies: Indigenizing Futures, Decolonizing the Anthropocene,” English Language Notes (55, 1-2) Radical ecologies February 25: Murray Bookchin, “Post-Scarcity Anarchism”; Murray Bookchin, “Ecology and Revolutionary Thought” Eco-citizenship and eco-democracy : March 4: Andrew Dobson, Citizenship and the Environment , selections; Steve Vanderheiden, Atmospheric Justice , selections March 6: Robyn Eckersley, The Green State: Rethinking Democracy and Sovereignty , selections; Val Plumwood, “Inequality, Ecojustice, and Ecological Rationality,” in Debating the Earth: Environmental Politics Reader ; John S. Dryzek, “Political and Ecological Communication,” in Debating the Earth: Environmental Politics Reader Environmental justice : March 11: Stacy Alaimo, “ Invisible Matters: The Sciences of Environmental Justice,” and “Eros and X-Rays: Bodies, Class, and “Environmental Justice,” Bodily Natures: Science, the Environment, and Material Self ; Robert Bullard, “Environmental Justice in the 21st Century,” in Debating the Earth: Environmental Politics Reader. Above are the themes covered so far.  Please it’s a field assignment and just be creative and try to relate the topic which is: • Cycling in the City exhibition – museum of the city of new york: Please read the “Field Assignment Guidlines” for more details on how to complete this paper.

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