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American Frontiers

When we say, “the frontier,” what does that phrase call to mind? I see covered […]

American Environmental History

Environmental history, in its broadest sense, is the study of the relationships between people and […]

The Civil War and Reconstruction

This course is designed to be an introduction to the Civil War and Reconstruction, roughly […]

US History Since 1860

How did we get here? How does the study and practice of history help us […]

Senior Seminar (Newberry)

The goal of these linked courses is to support you to do the work that […]

Environment and Society

Stay tuned — course under development!

The Story of Us: Local History and Documentary Filmmaking

Course under development — stay tuned!

Settlement of the US West, 1800-1900

This is a history course focused on the nineteenth-century settlement of the American West. But […]

Environmental Humanities

ENV 203, one of three required foundation courses for the Environmental Studies major and minor, […]

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

From seventeenth-century curiosity cabinets to A Night at the Museum, artifacts and specimens have offered […]

Environmental History

Environmental history, in its broadest sense, is the study of the relationships between people and […]

Writing Climate Change

We read, watch, and listen to climate change stories all the time: scary stories, hopeful […]

Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: The Museum in American History

From 17th-century curiosity cabinets to Night at the Museum, artifacts and specimens have offered their […]

American Beauty: Exploring Ideas about Nature and Place

What is nature? Wilderness? What makes something “natural” or “wild”? In this course, we will […]

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