BC1006: Introduction to Environmental Humanities | J. Jakobsen
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Tu Th 4:10-5:25PM
This course introduces students to key concepts and texts in environmental humanities, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary studies of race, gender, sexuality, capital, nation, and globalization. The course examines the conceptual foundations that support humanistic analyses of environmental issues, climate crisis, and the ethics of justice and care. In turn, this critical analysis can serve as the basis for responding to the urgency of calls for environmental action
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