HIST320 - NATURE'S NATION:

Description: 
Environmental history studies the interactions between humans and the natural world. In this kind of study, mosquitoes and rain are actors in history as well as humans and their impact. This course explores these interactions through case studies and topics nationally and globally, such as energy, disease, human migration and settlement, animals, technological changes, urban and suburban development, conservation and politics. This course is geared toward students who want to think about how history happens in different places and times.
Instructors: 
GREENE, ANN
Day and Time: 
TR 1030AM-1200PM
Room: 
CLAUDIA COHEN HALL 392
Activity: 
SEM
Cross Listings: 
  • ENVS279401
  • HSOC279401
  • STSC279401
  • Major Concentrations: American
  • Major/Minor requirements fulfilled: US