- Professor: Makeda Best
- Term: Fall
- Days: Th
- Time: 12:45-2:45pm
- School: Faculty of Arts and Sciences
- Course ID: 213475
- Subject Area: Visual and Environmental Studies
Integrating the study of art history, research-based artistic production, theory, and environmental studies, the aim of this course is to critically and actively explore the contemporary interplay between photographic vision and environmental history; the shifting composition, structure, and function of landscapes; cultural constructions of nature and environmental perceptions; environmental justice, politics, and policy; and, the role of photography in responding to how humans create and impact landscape patterns and process.
Note: Interested students must attend the first meeting of the course to learn about enrollment procedures.