Environment and Human Culture
Environment and Human Culture Major Concentration Requirements
The following required courses for this concentration are in addition to the ES major core courses. Courses completed in this concentration can not count towards the core course requirements.
1. One of the following
2. One of the following environmental history courses:
- AM/AN 222.Archeaology and Colonial Entanglements in North America
- CES/HI 301M. Maine: Environment and History.
- INDS 210. Technology and U.S. History.
- INDS 211. Environmental Perspectives on U.S. History.
- INDS 266. Environmental History of China.
3. One of the following courses in rhetoric, literature, or visual studies:
- AVC 285. Renaissance and Post-Renaissance Gardens and Landscape Architecture.
- AVC 377A. Picturesque Suburbia.
- ENG 395K. The Arctic Sublime
- ENVR 308. Urban and Regional Food Systems.
- ENVR 319. Imagining Climate Change.
- ENVR 334. Living with Animals: Perspectives from Literature and Film.
- INDS 321. Afroambiente: Escritura negra y medio ambiente.
- RFSS 100 What is Rhetoric?
4. One of the following environmental philosophy courses:
- ES/PL 214. Environmental Ethics.
- ENVR 304. Politics of Nature.
- PHIL 310. Buddhist Philosophy.
- ES/PL 314. The Environment and What We Owe to Each Other.
5. Two additional courses (one at the 300 level) from environmental philosophy, literature, rhetoric, visual studies or environmental history above, or one of the following:
- AV/ES s15. Photographing the Landscape.
- EN/ES 121Q. The Lives of Rivers.
- ES/RE s25. Food and the Sacred.
- ES/GS s13. Infrastructures.
- ENVR s29. Walking.
- ENVR s23. Community Writing and Gardens.
- INDS 208. Introduction to Medieval Archeology.
- INDS 219. Environmental Archeology.
- RFSS 120. Introduction to Screen Studies.
All of the courses required for this concentration are listed on the Environment and Human Culture major declaration form.