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NS 3050
Class Description: 
Human Ecology examines the relationship of humans to the environment, through an analysis of historical and theoretical understandings of the relationship between environment, biology and cultures, and through a review of ecological principles and terms. Topics include: disease, sustainability, famine, and pollution at the local and global levels. At the conclusion of the course, students are able to knowledgeably discuss and write about the key theories in ecological anthropology, including the historical contexts in which they arose and environmental issues within the contexts of politics, economics, culture and the environment.