HIST 3476 Cities and Nature in American History
3 hours plus conference; 3 credits
Interactions between urban societies and the natural environment in United States history. Attention to early urbanization and industrialization; the relationship between city and country; the development of pastoral parks and suburbs; pollution, public health, and environmental justice; sprawl.
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