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Title: ANTH 468C/689C Anthropology and Climate Change
Description: This is a split-level course syllabus. From the course description: "Climatic changes have helped shape hominin evolution, contributed to the rise and fall of complex societies, and affected socio-ecological systems. Human activities now influence ongoing climatic change, and the outcome remains uncertain for communities and cultures around the world. This interaction between humans and climate provides a rich area of study for anthropologists in an interdisciplinary context. In this course, we will explore past, present, and future interactions between humans and climate. Discussions, methods-oriented activities, case study analyses, and a final project provide students a foundation for appreciating the role of anthropology in understanding, responding to, and preparing for climate change."
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Name: L Jen Shaffer
Email: lshaffe1@umd.edu
Online Course: No
Affiliation: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Maryland
Field: Archaeology,Applied,Biological,Cultural,Linguistic,Four-/Five-Field
Material Type: Syllabus
Course Level: Intermediate
Student Type: Graduate,Undergraduate
Class Size: 20-50
Geography: Africa,Asia,Europe,Latin America/Caribbean,Middle East,North America,Pacific Islands

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