This guide was created for students enrolled in "Cultural Ecology" (ANT 3403). This course critically examines the diversity of human-nature relationships past, present, and emergent. We will explore environmental and ecological concepts and questions from an anthropological perspective. Our readings and assignments will highlight the ways that people living in different cultural and ecological contexts often conceive of and experience the natural world in different ways. We will also critically analyze the growing global discourse surrounding questions of climate change, pollution, species and habitat loss, and conservation. Use the tabs for help finding information and resources for your research assignments.
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