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Writing in an Endangered World

This course is focused on environmental writing in the UnitedStates from the 1960s. Students will read a sequence of booksthat shaped environmental thinking in North America. Readingsinclude poetry, fiction, nonfiction essays, popular sciencewriting, and memoir, by a range of writers-scientists, NativeAmericans, activists, farmers, and commentators beyond NorthAmerica. Students will consider the development of environmentalwriting as part of the social movement of environmentalism inother forms that express environmental concern, includingadvertising, music, television, and film.

Section: ENG-344-01
Credits: 4
Faculty: Mark C Long
Days: TR
Times: 12:00PM‑1:45PM (TR)
Start/End Date: 08/26/19 - 12/13/19
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: This course is focused on environmental writing in the UnitedStates from the 1960s. Students will read a sequence of booksthat shaped environmental thinking in North America. Readingsinclude poetry, fiction, nonfiction essays, popular sciencewriting, and memoir, by a range of writers-scientists, NativeAmericans, activists, farmers, and commentators beyond NorthAmerica. Students will consider the development of environmentalwriting as part of the social movement of environmentalism inother forms that express environmental concern, includingadvertising, music, television, and film.

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