Climate Change

Environmental Studies 219

Usual Description

This course investigates the ethics, aesthetics, and politics of climate change through cultural productions including literature, film, new media, performance, protest, and social movements. Throughout this examination we will reflect critically on the narrative resources we have to think through these questions, such as the genres of utopia, dystopia, and apocalypse, and interrogate the portrayal of human nature, risk, and disaster in cultural productions. A central element of the class will be your own response to these questions in the form of an expressive project.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Environmental Studies 219
Environmental Studies 219 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 219 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 219 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 219 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 219 Taught by Janet Fiskio