HIST 3853 - Environmental History
Prerequisite(s): Six hours of history or consent of the chair.
An introduction to the ever-evolving field of Environmental History, this course aims to explore the mutual influences man and nature had on one another. It will encompass not only human impact on the environment and how nature influenced culture, but issues ranging from conservation and preservation to deforestation and pollution. Among the myriad subjects covered are invasive species, extinction, soil conservation, national parks, and wilderness.
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