S-Conservation of Nature and Culture
This course will explore the history of various efforts around the world to conserve nature and culture. Students will learn about the history of the Conservation Movement in North America, but also to think broadly about what the idea of conservation means in archeology, folklore, historic preservation, and the fine arts, especially in a time of globalization and climate change.
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