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HIST 385 Transnational History of Science, Technology and Environment 4.0 Credits

Drawing on methods from environmental history, history of science, and history of technology, this course explores historical connections around the globe. Focusing on concrete things that form part of the material culture of modernity, such as plants, commodities, infrastructure, diseases, energy resources, or climate, we examine climate, imperialism, and global governance structures, among other things.

College/Department: College of Arts and Sciences
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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