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This Week's Work: April 11th – April 18th

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Sunday (April 13th):

EDUC: by 5pm – post an open response to this week's readings.

ENGL: by 5pm post on-line your third 5-pp. reflection, on how much "latitude" you can allow..

Monday (April 14th):

ECON: Bring a calculator to class and the exam.

EDUC: Read Chase, “Changing the Nature of Environmental Studies”; Di Chiro, “Teaching Urban Ecology” (password-protected file)

ENGL: History of Laurel Hill.
Rebecca Greenfield. Our First Public Parks: The Forgotten History of CemeteriesThe Atlantic. March 16, 2011.
Thomas Laqueur. Spaces of the Dead. Ideas from the National Humanities Center. 8, 2 (2001).
Susan Chumsky. The Rise of Back-to-the-Basics Funerals: Baby Boomers Are Drawn to Green and Eco-Friendly Funerals. The New York Times. March 12, 2014.
bring back to class also the essays by SueEllen Campbell, Tim Burke and Teju Cole

Wednesday (April 16th): 

ECON: In class starting at promptly at 10:10 ending at 11:00.  

EDUC: Read Tuck (password-protected file)

ENGL: starting The Hungry Tide: look @ map and first two chapters (to p. 13)

Friday (April 18th):

ECON: Preparing for Class:   In this excerpt from Tietenberg & Lewis
Read the pp. 97-98, 103-104 and examples 5.1 and 5.2
Skim pp. 99-103

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