Space, Place, and the Political Economy of Capitalism
3 (repeatable for max 6 hours)
An exploration of the political economy of capitalism. An examination of how capitalism operates as a political economic system, how it is organized spatially, and how space and place are implicated in how it functions.
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Department of Geography
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Athens, Georgia 30602