Course Detail

ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

Subject: HIST

Catalog Number: 152

Registration Number: 6717

Description:
Explores how humans have both thought about and interacted with the natural world throughout the history of the United States. Focus includes how the natural world/environment shaped historical events and available opportunities. Themes include how the natural world and natural resources shaped patterns of life in the United States, the evolution of thinking about the natural world, and attempts to alter the landscape, with consideration of the political consequences of these actions. 4 credits. (VP or US)

Instructor: Lissa Wadewitz
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: GRAF 209
Time: 1:05PM- 2:45PM  MW