ANT 329 - Environmental Justice Ethnography
Ethnographic survey of the emergence of social movements organized around environmental issues. Through the writings of cultural anthropologists, students learn how communities around the world threatened by environmental destruction seek justice, accountability, and sustainability. Environmental crises are analyzed in terms of globalization, structures of poverty, and human rights.
Credit Hours: 3
University Studies: Building Competencies/Writing Intensive
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
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