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[A note to any visitors - this wiki is no longer in operation, as I am no longer an adjunct at UML. I am leaving it up as a resource for any and all who might benefit from access to the links, outlines, and reading notes compiled herein.]

 

Introduction to Political Thought (Spring 2012)

  • Syllabus here
    • Paper formatting guidelines here
  • Archive of links here
  • Readings to date here
    • Class notes also available here...
  • Course links to date here

 

Tues. May 1 - Student Choice: Electoral Systems & Reform

 

Thur. May 3 - Last Day of Class: Focus on Final Study Guide

 

Thur. May 10, at 11:30 - Final Exam (in our regular room)

 

 

Links on Electoral Systems & Reform

 

 One of the more well-documented vote-seat discrepancies - more here

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Politics of Food (Spring 2012)

 

Thur. Apr. 26 – Pollan and the Food Movement: Reading The Omnivore's Dilemma, day 1

  • Michael Pollan, The Omnivore's Dilemma: read the first half (chapters 1-10), focusing on your chapter of choice - but do read more than just that one chapter. This really is a book that should be read as a whole, and not just in snippets.

  • Between 30-60 minutes of this class will be set aside to discuss research methods. Please come prepared to discuss any research questions—whether methodological or topical—you might have. 
  • And if you get a chance, do at least browse this piece, which is critical of both Pollan and Salatin: http://www.upc-online.org/thinking/green_eggs.html 
  • Research paper guidelines (to be distributed in class): Food Politics, Spring 2012, Research Paper Guidelines.pdf
  • Eleventh pbworks upload: Spring 2012 Food Politics, Eleventh Pbworks Upload

    • Focus on the chapter you signed up for (email me if you forgot which one...)

 

 Thur. May 3 – The Omnivore's Dilemma, day 2

 

No later than (but preferably before!) May 15 - final deadline to hand in research papers (by email)

 

Instead of providing links and course notes for the last two weeks, I'd like to focus on your uploads, and particularly on the text itself. Do bring The Omnivore's Dilemma to class, and come prepared to discuss some specific passages in detail.

 

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Wed. Feb. 16 – Thomas Hobbes and Immanuel Kant: Social Contract Theory, day 1

First pbworks upload due here: Fall 2011 Political Thought, First Upload

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