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Anticipated Course Offerings

The Environmental Studies Program anticipates that the Core Environmental Courses will be offered according to the following schedule (subject to change).  Courses that fulfill other requirements of the Environmental Studies major are offered on a regular basis. 

Fall 2019

ENVS 237 Race and the American Environment (Johnston,) TH 10:00-11:50

ENVS 248 Politics of International Development (Ellett,) MWF 10:00-11:05

ENVS 280 Sustainable Cities (Toral,) TH 8:00-9:50

ENVS 290 Totoro Saves the World: Miyazaki, Nature, and the Popular Imagination (Furukawa/Rougvie,) TH 12:00-1:50

ENVS 380 ENVS Colloquium (Tedesco,) TH 2:00-3:50

Spring 2020

ENVS/ARTH 255 Contemporary Art in the Age of Global Warming (Ortel)

ENVS 256 Environmental Politics (Toral)

ENVS 280/ English 254: Green Romanticism (LAP-1 course with Wright Museum exhibit on Romantic art, literature, and ideas of "nature") (Ketabgian)

Fall 2020

ENVS 1XX The Culture of Nature (Ortel)

ENVS 280 Topics in Environmental Studies (Toral)

ENVS 380 ENVS CapstonePHIL 221 Env. Ethics (Tedesco)

Spring 2021

ENVS/ARTH 255 Contemporary Art in the Age of Global Warming (Ortel)

ENVS 256 Environmental Politics (Toral)

ENVS 281 Environmental Writing (Fink)