News & Bulletins
EPC Welcomes New Faculty
(Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, 2010) teaches courses for the History Department and the Environmental Policy and Culture program. His research interests are environmental history, intellectual history, political history, and the twentieth-century United States. He is currently working on a history of radical environmentalism, focusing on the ideas and political and philosophical commitments that radical environmentalists held and what those commitments tell us about the relationship between the environmental movement and American political thought. He has taught at several campuses in the University of Wisconsin system and held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Pre-Registration for Winter Quarter 2014 begins on Monday, November 11th and ends Thursday, November 14th at 5:15 pm
If you have declared as an EPC minor you will be able to pre-register for courses. If you'd like to talk with an advisor about declaring, contact
EPC Courses for Winter 2014
|ENVR_POL||390||Conservation in a Changing World: Human and Animal Interactions||Santymire & Magle||W 1:00-4:00|
|ENVR_POL||394||International NGOs||Davis||W 3:00-6:00|
|ENVR_POL||394||China's Environment, Development and Culture||Davis||T TH 2-3:30|
Click here for a list of additional courses approved for the minor.
EPC Fall Advising hours:
Professor Lynne Kiesling - Wed 3 - 4:30; Thursday 12:30 - 1:30 PM
2145 Sheridan, Suite A130
See all winter EPC courses that count toward the minor.
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The Program in Environmental Policy and Culture (EPC) is an interdisciplinary minor focusing on the study of the relationship between people and their natural surroundings. The program integrates social sciences and humanities approaches to environmental studies. The minor is open to all Northwestern undergraduate students. More