ANT 205 Environmental Anthropology

Credits: 3.00

Environmental anthropology explores human cultures and societies as they both adapt to their environment as well as transform it. This course studies the history and theoretical underpinnings of environmental anthropology as a sub-field within the discipline of anthropology. Students will apply the concepts of ecosystem sustainability and indigenous knowledge as a component of society. Students will also personally engage with environmental problems through independent research, field trips, and/or service learning. This course meets General Education Core Goal 9: Behavioral & Social Sciences; Core Goal 11: Civic Responsibility; and Core Goal 12: Global Perspectives & Diversity.

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Last Updated: 06/07/2016