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EV273 – American Environmental History

A survey of American history from the perspective of the environment, beginning with the biological and cultural invasion of the New World in 1492 and ending with current environmental problems and their historical roots. Topics include Native American vs. Euro-American views of nature, the impact of changing economic systems on the environment, and the impact of the landscape on various American cultures. Counts as one unit of social science credit.


TermBlockTitleInstructorLocationStudent Limit/ AvailableUpdated
Fall 2018 Block 2 American Environmental History Amy Kohout Palmer Hall 223 25/1 03/20/2019
Spring 2020 Block 7 American Environmental History Amy Kohout TBA 25/25 03/20/2019