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American Environmental History
Credit Hours:
3 hours

The historical interactions between Americans and the natural environment from before European exploration and settlement until the present. The course particularly focuses on how nature has shaped human history, how humans have transformed the natural world, and how ideas about nature have changed over time.


Instructors of this Course

Principal Lecturer

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