Course Detail

HUMAN ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES (ALSO LISTED AS ENVS 203)

Subject: ANTH

Catalog Number: 203

Registration Number: 8265

Description:
Social scientific findings and ways of understanding humanity's place in nature and our current ecological predicament; causes and consequences (environmental, demographic, economic, political, and cultural) of humankind's transition from food foraging to Neolithic and now industrial adaptive strategies; scientific, policy and cultural implications and aspects of these changes and interactions through case studies at global, regional and local scales. $60 lab fee. Offered every spring. 4 credits (IS or GP)

Comments: $60 fee.

Instructor: Thomas Love
Is consent of Instructor Required? No



Course Type: LEC
Location: WALH 203
Time: 9:00AM- 10:40AM  TTh