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Fall Semester 2019
Sep 21, 2020
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ENVR 334 - The Question of the Animal
Living with Animals: Perspectives from Literature and FilmWhen it comes to understanding our lives with the other animals, Boria Sax suggests that "biology is not nearly enough." We also need to study historical traditions, visionary imagination, and legacies of art and storytelling. This course explores what it has meant to live with both domesticated and wild animals, through close reading and study of selected poetry, essays, fiction, and film.
1.000 Credit hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: View scheduled sections

Books and Materials By Section:
Non-Divisional Division
Environmental Studies Department

Course Attributes:
[AC], ENVR Program, [W2]

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