Culture and Environment

SOC245

A multi-disciplinary exploration of the long and complex story of human-environment interaction. Examination of how human societies (both historical and contemporary) adapt to, interact with, and affect their environments. Use of anthropological theories focusing on the dimensions of human-environment interactions and environmental challenges. Exploration of central contemporary issues facing the modern world: climate change, population growth, race, class, gender and ethnicity (Cultural Diversity)

3 Credits: 3 Lecture

Prerequisites:
ENL111 and SOC113; or
ANT113 and ENL111