Ev302 Environmental History 4 credits
This course traces the history of the conservation movement in the United States beginning with the values and attitudes of the indigenous American peoples and the European settlers. The changes in these attitudes and values over time are examined through the study of the work of many people, such as Thoreau, Muir, Leopold and Brower. Students also explore the literature and fine arts of the various periods from early settlement to the present.

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