Anth 418 Environmental Anthropology

What can anthropology teach us about contemporary environmental problems? Emphasizing key issues of environmental change, adaptation, conservation and sustainability, biocultural diversity, resilience, political ecology, and environmental justice, this course examines how the cross-cultural study of human-environmental relations can improve our understanding of contemporary environmental problems and their solutions. Expected preparation: Anth 102, Anth 103, Anth 301 or Anth 304, Anth 414/514.



Slash Listed Courses

Also offered for graduate-level credit as Anth 518 and may be taken only once for credit.