EGC 327 - Ecotexts
This course examines discursive relationships humans create with the natural environment in order to understand how stories we tell shape actions we take regarding “nature”. We will consider “ecotexts” (fiction, nonfiction, and poetry) from a variety of cultures and academic disciplines in order to explore how human beings “construct” the natural environment and their place in it.
Prerequisites: Junior Standing and CO2 course
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (4-0)
Notes: This course is the equivalent of TS2N 408; credit will be given for only one of these courses.
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