HIST 3950 - ENVIROMENTAL HIST (DHA)(CI)

Surveys writings from a relatively new genre of historical scholarship that attempts to explain the relationship between human society and the natural world. Readings focus on North America, but students also have opportunity to survey materials from the non-Western world. Course is reading and writing intensive, and requires students to conduct a research project in which they construct the history of a particular landscape.

Dates Summer 2019 | 5/6/19 - 6/21/19
Times MTWRF 1:20 PM - 2:30 PM
Credits 3.0
Delivery Broadcast
Culver, Milton lawrence.culver@usu.edu
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Logan 36326 Old Main (117)
Blanding 36331 To Be Determined
Brigham City 36327 Academic Classroom & Student Services Bldg (D219)
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Moab 36328 To Be Determined
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Tooele 36333 Tooele Center (113A)

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