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UAA/APU Books of the Year 2018-20

This topic guide suggests resources to augument discussions related to UAA/APU Books of the Year.


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Building Community Resilience

UAA/APU faculty selected six books to use over the next two years as the basis for discussions around the texts and the theme "Building Community Resilience."   The books approach the complex topic from a variety of perspectives.  This guide suggests resources to augment discussions.

Multiple print copies of all Books of the Years are on reserve and available for checkout at the Consortium Library.  Ebook content is available for most Books of the Year and a link to that content provided on the title specific tab/page of this guide.    

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Suggested Search Terms

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African American children equity political left
African American teenage girls food security political right
Alaska food systems politics and government
austerity free trade poverty
capitalism global environmental change private sector
climate change global warming prevention privatization
climate change mitigation government relations public sector
community development green economies renewable energy
community resilience human rights resilience
deindustrialization Hurricane Katrina rural economies
divestment Indians of North America rural poverty
economic development indigenous peoples shock doctrine
economics indigenous politics social conditions
energy intersectionality social life and customs
energy policy land tenure social policy
environmental activism market economy sustainability
environmental economics Marshal Plan sustainable development
environmental justice NAFTA Winona LaDuke
environmental policy Native American World Trade Organization
environmental protection neoliberalism zero emissions
environmentalism Ojibwa women  


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