Spring 2023
CRN: 15466
ENGL 4120 - Climate Change and Culture

This course brings together critical theory, tools from the humanities and social sciences, and the literary imagination to consider the ethics and politics of climate change, to examine representations of climate change in fictive, documentary, and scientific discourses, and to understand efforts to address climate change and its social and cultural dimensions. This course satisfies WMU Essential Studies Level 3: Connections – Global Perspectives Category.

Additional Information

Campus: Main
Schedule Type: Lecture
Instructional Method: Traditional
Attribute: Ethical&Critical Thinking SLO           Global Awareness SLO           Global Perspectives           Written Communication SLO

Prerequisites and Restrictions:
The following student classifications are restricted from taking this course:

Instructor(s): Webb, Allen (Primary)

Required and recommended course materials, including cost.

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