Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017
GEG 324 Environmental History
(Also HST 324)
4 hours; 4 credits
An examination of the field of environmental history throughout the world, which is broadly defined as the study of humanity's relationships with the rest of nature over time. The course takes a global approach to the important problems, questions, and topics addressed by environmental historians, including landscape change, property regimes, deforestation, pollution, colonialism, disease, urbanization, resource conflict, climate change, natural disasters, conservation, preservation, sustainability, environmentalism, and environmental justice. For History majors and minors, this is designated as a world history course. For Geography majors, this is designated as an environmental course.
Prerequisites: Any 200-level history course and ENG 151
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