Nature Culture Interpretation (Humanities)

Environmental Studies 201 or Environmental Studies 213

Usual Description

This course develops students’ capacity to understand how humans conceptualize, interpret, value, and engage with the non-human world. We examine the ways narratives, aesthetic modes, and philosophical systems inform humans’ understanding of the nonhuman world. We engage in close readings of literary, religious, philosophical, visual, and cinematic texts as well as examining current environmental issues from an interdisciplinary humanities perspective.

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 201 Taught by Chie Sakakibara
Environmental Studies 201
Environmental Studies 201 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 201
Environmental Studies 201 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 201 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 201 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 201 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 213 Taught by Janet Fiskio
Environmental Studies 213