Environmental History Seminar   [Archived Catalog]

HIS 434 - Environmental History Seminar

Credits, 3 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Sophomore Standing or Instructor’s consent
This interdisciplinary, experiential learning course will explore topics pertaining to how human interaction with nature influences historical outcomes. Special attention is paid to the way nature shapes human history, settlement, and conflict; the ways in which humans have understood, utilized, and transformed the natural world; and how religious, cultural, scientific, and political attitudes toward nature have changed over time.

[Crosslisted as: HIS 5434