Syllabi

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Anth297: Pure Filth: Anthropology in a world of waste
Jacob Doherty
Anthropology
Wesleyan University

ARC3715HF: Selected Topics in Architecture: Discard Culture: How Waste Shapes The World
JP King
Architecture
University of Toronto

Hist497 Wastes of War: A century of destruction
Anne Berg
Department of History
University of Michigan

Hist223/Environ223 Trashed! A history of garbage in the modern world
Anne Berg
Department of History
University of Michigan

#StandingRock Syllabus
NYC Stands with Standing Rock Collective
Pan-university

Garbage in Gotham: The Anthropology of Trash
Robin Nagle and Tom de Zengotita
Draper Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought
New York University

Invisible Metropolis
Robin Nagle
Draper Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought
New York University

E33.2068 Waste, Water and the Urban Environment
Geoff Zylstra
Food Studies Department, New York University

On Dirt
Max Liboiron
New York University

ES98 The Joy of Garbage
William Berry
Earth and Planetary Science, University of California, Berkeley

TEST332 A Natural History of Garbage
Michael Kucher,
Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, University of Washington

Designing for Deconstruction and Reconstruction
Yestermorrow Design/Build School

ENV204 Geography of Garbage
Darrin Magee
Environmental Studies, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

The History of Public Health
Graham Mooney
John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Discard Studies
Robin Nagle
New York University

Oral History, Labors of Waste, and the Value of Knowledge
Robin Nagle
New York University

Wastelands
Caitlin DeSilvey
Environment and Sustainability Institute
CLES-Geography
University of Exeter

An Atlas of Urban Waste
Mariana Mogilevich
Cultural and Social Analysis
New York University

Garbage and Everyday Life
Sarah Surak
Environmental Studies
Salisbury University

Oral History, Labors of Waste, and the Value of Knowledge
Robin Nagle
Draper Master’s Program in Humanities and Social Thought
New York University

Making a Museum: Materializing Regimes of Value with New York’s Department of Sanitation
Robin Nagle and Haidy Geismar
New York University

Manual of Infrastructural Research: Waste
Curt Gambetta
University of Buffalo (SUNY)

Infrastructural Research: Waste and its Afterlives
Curt Gambetta
Woodbury School of Architecture

Trash Matters: Exploring Development, Environment, and Culture Through Garbage
Rosaline Fredericks
Gallatin School of Individualized Study
New York University

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