North American Environmntl Hst

HISTORY 345

Historical roles of nature as a cultural construct and a set of biological relationships in shaping human choices in North America, from colonial times to the present. Special attention to historical origins of contemporary environmental politics, including the origins of wilderness; environmental justice movements; the changing politics of food, animal rights, and pollution; and tragedies of the commons, and the ethical challenges posed by global warming and population growth. Instructor: Peck

Day/Time

TuTh 08:30 AM-09:45 AM

Location

Bio Sci 113

Instructor

Druckman, Risha