S20C11 Key Works in Environmental Literature
Dates: April 22 - May 20, 2020
Meets: W from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Location: JMU Ice House Room 104
Registration Fee: $35.00
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Please note: this course requires membership in Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2019-2020 or Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2020-2021
This course will investigate the relationships humans build with the non-human world through great works of literature. The chosen readings and course assignments will ask us to interpret literary texts as arguments about the value of human and non-human environments and their interaction. Our goal is to stimulate and complicate our thinking about this interaction and to improve our reading, conversing, and writing about literary texts, the natural world, and the kind of person you're building with the non-human environment. We'll write and share with one another informal responses to course readings, and conclude by using the readings to inspire, create, and present our own environmental literacy narrative to one another.
Michael Moghtader is an associate professor and academic advising coordinator for JMU's Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Program. Since 2003, he has researched, taught courses, and read widely in American environmental humanities. He lives in Harrisonburg, VA, with two busy Border collies.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Registration Fee||$ 35.00|
JMU Ice House Room 104
127 W Bruce St
Harrisonburg, VA 22801