GEOG 3682 – 582
Geography of International Development Instructor: Jessica DiCarlo
Today, amid rising global debates about migration, regional instabilities from the Mediterranean to the South China Sea, and transnational corporations increasingly involved in everything from poverty to governance to climate change, the politics of international development could not be more urgent.
What is the role of international assistance in a world marked by imperialism and inequity? How do actors in the “global South” deal with livelihood and governance issues that crosscut economics, politics, history and tradition? How is “Development” itself changing as the United State's place in the world is increasingly unsettled?
This course uses the lens and tools of human geography to explore these questions. Examining cases from Latin America, sub- Saharan Africa, South Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific Rim, this course surveys the changing terrain of international development at the dawn of the Twenty-first Century.
**Note: Continuing Education (CE) Classes
are Billed Separately. If you enroll in both Main
Campus and CE classes in the same term, CE
tuition will be billed in addition to your Main
Campus tuition. This class is not COF eligible.
Visit ce.colorado.edu/tuitioninfo or call 303-
492-2212 for more details. This is a 7-week
course between 10/17/22 and 12/08/22