Environmental Special Topics:

Collaborative Environmental Activism & Leadership

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Course No:

 EVR 4930

 

Fall 2018

 

Instructor:

Edward T. Wimberley, Ph.D

 

Office Location:

Seidler Hall 212

 

Phone:

(239) 405-4164 (Cell)

Office Hours:

By Appointment

Class Meeting Time & Location

This is a Virtual Class With Weekly Work Deadlines

Email Addresses:

twimber@fgcu.edu

 

Session 1

Introduction to Environmental Radicalism

Rik Scarce

Eco-Warriors

Chapters 1 & 2

Aug 20-26

 

 

Session 2

Introducing Ecopragmatics

Ecopramatics

Chapter 1

Homegrown Ecopragmatics

Chapter 1

Aug 27 - Sep 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Session 3

The Emergence of Radical Environmentalism

Eco-Warriors

Chapters 3-5

Sep 4 -9

 

 

Session 4

Participatory and Deliberative Democracy

Carole Pateman (2006) "Participatory Democracy Revisited,"

Deliberative Democracy,

Chapters 3 - 4

Sep 10-16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Session 5

Environmental Radicalism Overseas and in the U.S.

Eco-Warriors

Chapters 8 & 10

Sep 17-23

 

 

 

 

 

Session 6

Environmentalism as Householding

Nested Ecology

Chapter 7

Sep 24 - 30

 

 

Session 7

Cool Water: The Floridan Aquifer and Groundwater Resources

Ecopragmatics

Chapter 4

Oct 1 -7

 

 

 

Session 8

Gyppo Loggers & Spotted Owls

Ecopragmatics

Chapter 6

Oct 8-14

 

 

 

 

Session 9

The Carolina Thread Trail

Ecopragmatics

Chapter 9

Oct 15 - 21

 

Session 10

Green Tea in Georgia & Florida

Homegrown Ecopragmatics

Chapters 2 & 3

Oct 22 - 28

 

 

Session 11

Cooperation and Conflict in Oregon

Homegrown Ecopragmatics

Chapters 4 & 5

October 29 - Nov 4

 

 

Session 12

Crisis on The Brazos River

Homegrown Ecopragmatics

Chapters 6 - 8

Nov 5 - 11

 

 

Session 13

Phosphate in Florida

Homegrown Ecopragmatics

Chapters 9 &10

Nov 13 - 18

 

Thanksgiving Break

Nov 21-24

Session 14

Coal and Craig Colorado

Ecopragmatics

Chapter 2

Nov 19-20 & 25-27

 

 

Session 15

Comp Exam

Nov 28 - Dec 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course assignments and schedule, course objectives, and grading weights and criteria may change as circumstances dictate and at the discretion of the instructor.