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Department
Geography
Course
GEOG 357
Professor
Valerie Carolyn Prouse
Semester
Winter

Description
Landscape: Land as reciprocal relationships o Indigenous cosmologies o Rosemary Georgeson: Water Landscape as political economic o Imprint of people and groups on the land Symbolic and ideological embeddedness of political ecnomic histories Many layered histories Resistance to change o Reiph: Landscapes reflect larger scale modifciations in technology and philosophical outlook How landscape itself changed throughout the different ages Vancouver DTES: o Space 2.0: Space not a container but an outcome of the existence of objects and social relations Space shapes social realtions and social relations shape space o E.g Rental gentrification in the DTES Rent Gap as Spatial phenomenon Carnegie community action project: we are too poor to afford anything o Zones of Exclusion Pricing Security and Surveillance Aesthetics Landscape as memory and emotion o Landscapes are embodiments of memories and emotions Embodied experiences through landscapes create meaning E.g A place in
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