“Interconnectedness” in ecology generally has to do with the network structure that describes how different species interact. For instance, a food web is a network that describes connectedness between species, where each connection (or link) represents the transfer of energy and/or nutrients between a predator and its prey.
In Class, Power, and Inequality, students will explore the causes and consequences of economic inequality in the United States and abroad. In particular, this course will help students understand why inequality between individuals and communities occurs, with major focuses on changes in the economy and social forces like politics, culture, and religion. Further, we pay particular attention to how gender and race/ethnicity shape economic inequality.