Environment and History

MW 1-2:30, VIRTUAL

Focusing on the period from 1500 to the present, explores the influence of climate, topography, plants, animals, and microorganisms on human history and the reciprocal influence of people on the environment. Topics include the European encounter with the Americas, the impact of modern technology, and the current environmental crisis. Enrollment limited.

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Offered Spring 2021

Catalog Subject Faculty Level HASS Category
21H.186

Nature and Environment in China

NEW SUBJECT!
T EVE 7-10, VIRTUAL
Tristan Brown Introductory HASS-H
21H.187

US Environmental Governance: from National Parks to the Green New Deal

NEW SUBJECT!
TR 11-12:30, VIRTUAL
Megan A. Black Introductory HASS-H
21H.388 U 21H.988 G

Global Commodities, American Dreams

NEW SUBJECT!
W EVE 7-10, VIRTUAL
Megan A. Black Graduate
Seminar
HASS-H

Not Offered This Term

Catalog Subject Faculty Level HASS Category
21H.001

How to Stage a Revolution

Staff Introductory HASS-H CI-H
21H.009

World History and Its Fault Lines Since 1800

TR 10-11:30, Virtual
Sana Aiyar
Hiromu Nagahara
Introductory HASS-H CI-H
21H.144 21G.087

Introduction to Russian Studies

Elizabeth A. Wood
Maria Khotimsky
Introductory HASS-H
21H.242 21G.322

Frenchness in and Era of Globalization

Not offered regularly; consult department
Catherine Clark Intermediate HASS-H
21H.253 21G.075

The Global Chinese: Chinese Migration, 1567- Present

Not offered regularly; consult department
Emma Teng Intermediate HASS-H
21H.265

Humanitarianism in Africa: A Critical History

Kenda Mutongi Intermediate HASS-H
21H.285 STS.025

Making the Modern World: The Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective

Merritt Roe Smith Intermediate HASS-H
21H.357

South Asian Migrations

Sana Aiyar Seminar HASS-H
21H.380 U 21A.411 U 21H.980 G 21A.419 G

People and Other Animals

Not offered regularly; consult department
Staff Graduate
Seminar
HASS-S
21H.383 U 21H.982 G

Technology and the Global Economy

M 1-4, Virtual
Anne E. C. McCants Graduate
Seminar
HASS-S
21H.981

Seminar in Nature, Environment, and Empire

Not offered regularly; consult department
Staff Graduate