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EPC Courses for Winter 2015

EPC Courses:

ENVR_POL 390-21 American Environmental History Woodhouse TTh 2- 3:20
ENVR_POL 390-22 Wilderness in American History Woodhouse

MW 3:30-4:50

ENVR_POL 390-23 Native American Perspectives on Environmental Justice Taylor TH 2- 4:30
ENVR_POL 390-24 Environment and Society Thistle TTh 3:30 - 4:50
ENVR_POL 390-25 Food, Politics and Society Thistle TTh 12:30 - 1:50
ENVR_POL 390-26 Bugs, Botany and the British Empire, 1500-1850 Wille MW 3-4:20
ENVR_POL 394-20 China's Environment, Development & Culture Davis TTh 2- 3:20
ENVR_POL 394-21 International NGO's Davis W 3 - 6

 

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Fall Quarter Advising

Contact Professor Neal Blair to schedule an advising appointment

** New EPC Course for Winter 2015**

Bugs, Botany and the British Empire, 1500-1850

MW, 3:00 - 4:20

Explore how crucial entomology, botany, and agriculture were to British imperial politics, economics, theology and culture.

Instructor: Dr. Sheila Wille, wille@northwestern.edu

Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Humanties

Upcoming Events

CHEAP AND CLEAN: HOW AMERICANS THINK ABOUT ENERGY IN THE AGE OF GLOBAL WARMING Featuring: Stephen Ansolabehere, Professor of Government, Harvard Univ...
12/3/2014 - 3:30 PM
The Chicago Council on Science and Technology’s Women in STEM event will serve as a conduit to bring different Women in STEM groups together, and do ...
12/3/2014 - 5:00 PM
UIC's College of Engineering presents a Q & A on the state of science and technology in America with Alan Schriesheim, PhD, director emeritus of Argo...
12/8/2014 - 3:30 PM

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Program Overview

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