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  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

ENGL 3000 - Studies in Environmental Literature and Writing

Hours: 4
Topical, thematic explorations of environmental literatures. May emphasize nature writing, urban environmental literature, eco-criticism and theory, wilderness thought, the representation of landscapes and habitats, questions of environmental ownership and responsibility. Advances foundational interpretive skills; includes opportunities to write autobiographically, reflectively, creatively, or critically; and may integrate production components. This course does not fulfill the Advanced Literature requirement for Literary Studies majors nor Creative Writing Majors. It DOES fulfill the “Studies in Language, Writing, Film, and Visual Formats” requirement within both majors. (Paired with ECON 4250 or ENST 3001 to fulfill the dyad requirement.)