Courses: North American Environmental History (HISTH206A01)
This course explores the complicated interactions between human communities and nonhuman natural environments in North America from the pre-Columbian period to the present. Topics include the "ecological Indian," the invasion of plant and animal species at the moment of cultural contact, the bison, hunt, law and water, urban environments, wilderness, and recent calls for environmental justice, amongst other topics.
Fulfills: SO I
Haverford, Hall 107