The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation
General Catalog Course Title:
The American Forest: Its Ecology, History, and Representation
Terms Offered:
Spring 2012
Course Thread: 
Humanities & Environment
Instructor: 
Lovell, Margaretta
Instructor: 
McBride, Joe

The American forest will be examined in terms of its ecology, history, and representations in paintings, photographs, and literary essays. This examination seeks to understand the American forest in its scientific and economic parameters, as well as the historic, social, and ideological dimensions which have contributed to the evolution of our present attitudes toward the forest. Also listed as Undergrad Interdisciplinary Studies C136, History of Art C189, and Environ Sci, Policy, and Management C191.

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