ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY (CM3080)

This course looks at how culture promotes connections between humans, their landscapes and ecosystems. We will be discussing the different ways humans use, interact, engage and manipulate the natural world that surrounds them. Central to an understanding of this relationship is the meaning people give to the concept of nature. This course will explore the leaning attributed to nature across different cultural contexts and religious traditions.

Code: 
CM3080
Name: 
ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Discipline: 
CM (Communications)
Type: 
Regular
Level: 
Undergraduate
Credits: 
4
Can be taken twice for credit?: 
No
Pre-requisites: 
CM1023 AND (CM2051 OR CM2051CCR)
Co-requisites: 
None