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History of Creating Environmental Social Change

ENVJ203

Description

Although environmental issues are often presented ahistorically, every issue is historically rooted to economic, political, social, and cultural reasons. This course explores the role that historically-rooted lines of power such as race, gender, and class produce patterns of local and global environmental resource use and abuse. Students learn these histories by studying key environmental figures who have fought for environmental justice and social change. Finally, students recognize that history provides a meaningful and important framework for understanding the present and can be used to provide solutions to some of the most pressing environmental justice issues.

Dates

Jul 15, 2024 — Aug 18, 2024

Aug 26, 2024 — Sep 29, 2024

Oct 7, 2024 — Nov 10, 2024

Jan 13, 2025 — Feb 16, 2025

Feb 24, 2025 — Mar 30, 2025

May 19, 2025 — Jun 22, 2025

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1410