Environmental Humanities Minor

Program Codes: EHM

The Environmental Humanities minor is designed to help students identify and understand the origin of dominant environmental and social narratives, and the effect of these narratives on ecological and social-cultural resilience. The minor is intended to help young scholars develop the skills needed to create new bridge-building narratives useful in their careers and community; that is, to learn how writers, artists, philosophers, and historians integrate the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences into compelling expressions of the human condition that inspire change.  

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Minor Requirements:

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Total Credits 18

Contact Information

Environment & Society

Dr. Vance Jackson

Pickett Hall 107



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