Industrialization and Urbanization
This semester long course explores the evolution of technology, job specialization, and the growth of cities from the ancient world to the present day. Students will examine the phenomena of civilization and urbanization from the ancient to the modern world by studying a variety of civilizations throughout history, examining how and why cities grow, how this is the result of and how it can lead to technological, political, and economic innovation, and how industrial, economic, and demographic growth can lead to changing relationships and expectations as well as internal, regional, and international conflict and cooperation.
Haphazard 无为 and 朴
Chaotic action (through non-action) and the unlimited potential of the uncarved block. Who knows? Click. :)
Policies & Procedures
Odds and Ends
- History rhymes a lot...
- Murder Ballad Monday
- Greylock Echo Online
About Brother Pete
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