Learning Pathways - Environmental Humanities

Description

This pathway encourages students to engage with humanity’s lived experience with the natural world by taking courses in history, literature, and philosophy. The environmental humanities emphasize human perceptions, representations, and valuations of nature; our historical interactions with the environment; ethical attitudes toward the earth and its creatures; the study of environmental science and technology as human activities; and many other dimensions of nature-culture relations.

Faculty

Gregory T. Cushman, History — Lead Faculty Member, Environmental Humanities

Santa Arias, Spanish & Portuguese
Byron Caminero-Santangelo, English
Phil Drake, English
Sara Gregg, History
Megan Kaminski, English
Paul Outka, English
Edmund Russell, History

Resources

Suggested Courses

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Typically Offered Every Two Years


 

Typically Offered Less Than Every Two Years

 
 

PLEASE NOTE: If you are interested in enrolling in one of the courses listed above, remember to check the Schedule of Classes or contact the offering department (e.g., Geography & Atmospheric Science) to verify that the course will be offered during the semester in which you plan to enroll in the course.

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