EGC 321 - Culture and Place
What role does sense of place serve in a world where lines between artificiality and reality are unclear and where products – physical and cultural – are transported and sold globally? Does sense of place shape perceived responsibilities to the natural world? This course explores conceptions and perceptions of rootedness in place as they affect and are affected by culture and environment.
Prerequisites: Junior Standing and CO2 course
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (3-0)
Notes: This course is the equivalent of TS2R 420; credit will be given for only one of these courses.
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