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HIST 275: Environmental History

By examining the interaction of people and environment on the North American continent from the 15th century to the present, this course shows how history "takes place" in ecological contexts that change over time. Students compare Native American and Euro-American religious beliefs, social values, economic aspirations, and technological developments and examine their consequences for the flora, fauna, and peoples of the continent. Counts toward American studies major, environmental studies major (all emphases) and concentration, and management studies concentration.

American Studies

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...HIST 272 Women in America HIST 275 Environmental History HIST 277 African-American History HIST...

Ancient Studies

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...beyond 231) HIST 101 Ancient Warfare HIST 190...and Islamic Art ART 275 Topics in Art...

Asian Studies

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...equivalent 2.00 ASIAN 275 Interdisciplinary Approaches to...Progress in China (abroad) HIST 240 Major Seminar...

Environmental Studies

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...in Environmental Studies HIST 245 Environmental History of Latin America HIST 275 Environmental History PHIL...

Management Studies

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...HIST 231 20th-Century Russia HIST 251 Modern China HIST 253 Modern Japan HIST 275...

Media Studies

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...English) HIST 182 America Since 1945 HIST 290...the Creative Process ENGL 275 Literature and Film...

Medieval Studies

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...Synthesis HIST 111 Viking and Medieval Scandinavia HIST...and Gothic Revival ART 275 Topics in Art...