RST 242 ONA - Nature and American Culture
Designed to aid in students' understanding, appreciation, and critique of cultural meanings associated with American natural landscapes. To do so, traditional perspectives including colonial American, romantic, and science-based conservation are characterized, as well as revisionist themes aligned with gender, cultural pluralism, and societal meanings of parks and protected areas. Implications of diversity including gender and multicultural meanings toward nature are developed and provide the basis for assessing tenets of contemporary environmental policy and supporting concepts associated with community-based conservation. Course Information: Same as LA 242 and NRES 242.
1st 8 week course.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate
Term(s): Fall , Spring