required readings for this course, including economics, are listed below.
An * indicates that the book was also used in the fall quarter.
Please note: There are several changes from the list handed out at the end of the fall quarter as we have revised and (hopefully) improved the syllabus.
Marcy Darnovsky, Barbara Epstein and Richard Flacks, eds., Cultural Politics and Social Movements (Temple University Press, 1995). Selected essays to be announced.
Dollars and Sense, Current Economic Issues: Progressive Perspectives from
Dollars and Sense, fourth edition (1999).
William Finnegan, Cold New World; Growing up in a Harder Country (Modern Library, 1999).
Nancy Folbre, The Invisible Heart (manuscript to be bound by TESC bookstore).
Greider, One World, Ready or Not (Parts 3 and 4).
Frances Moore Lappe, Joseph Collins and Peter Rosset, World Hunger; Twelve Myths, second edition (Food First/Grove Press, 1998).
Maria Mies and Vandana Shiva, Ecofeminism (Zed, 1993).
Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Open Markets Matter: The Benefits of Trade and Investment Liberalization (OECD, 1998).
*Tom Riddell, Jean Shackleford and Steve Stamos, Economics: A Tool for Critically Understanding Society, fifth edition (Addison Wesley, 1998) Daniel Singer, Whose Millenium? Theirs or Ours? (Monthly Review Press, 1999).
Joel Spring, Education and the Rise of the Global Economy (Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998).
Warnock, The Other Mexico; The North American Triangle Completed (Black
Rose, 1995). Note: The bookstore will have 45 copies of this book
by the beginning of Week Two.
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