JBH471H5 • Worlds Colliding: The History and Ecology of Exploration, Contact, and Exchange

An examination of contact in world history through both an ecological and a historical lens. Precise topics will depend on the year, but the focus will be on the creation of global systems and ecological challenges that continue to shape our world. In some years, students may have the option of participating in an international learning experience during Reading Week that will have an additional cost and application process. Students interested in this course will need to be approved for enrollment by the department and course instructors.

2.0 HIS credits or 1.0 BIO credit at the 300 level and permission of instructor.
UTM290H5 Winter 2018 or Winter 2019
International - Optional
In Class
History of Religions