Instructor
Garcia Peacock

In this course students will explore environmental themes in American visual culture. Taking the art related to the environmental justice movement as a point of departure, students will be exposed to a broad range of visual material that offers insight into how humans have advocated for a wide range of political opinions through their painting, sculpture, memorials, historical markers, roadside and yard installations, printmaking, murals, and the natural environment. Students will gain a strong sense of how this visual material not only has been used as important tools in inspiring political action but also how these materials also serve as important "texts" in documenting and preserving less well-known environmental perspectives.  

Satisfies the Humanities track of the Environmental Studies major and interdisciplinary minor.
Satisfies the Justice, Equality, and Community requirement.

Prerequisites

Class Details
Course ENV 273
Section 0
CRN 20223
Time T R
Time 0110 - 0225pm
Building 147 WATSON
Instructor Jennifer Garcia Peacock
Notes
Max 20
Current 0
Remaining 20
Semester Spring 2022