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The Circumpolar North — ACNS F201-UX1

    CRN Course Dates Description Instructor Credits Notes Prerequisites
    76514 2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14 This course will introduce students to the human experience in the circumpolar North by exploring such themes in the social sciences and humanities as: a) the differences and commonalities between indigenous and non-indigenous visions, assumptions and experiences; b) the emphasis on nature and wilderness in popular culture and nature's inherent value to human physical and spiritual well being; c) political issues such as alienation from core political, economic and population centers and tension between pro-development and pro-conservationist forces; and d) how Northern literature reflects these and other aspects of human experience in the North. Course is taught online. Carolyn Loeffler 3.00

    ESTIMATE of Tuition & Fees.

    000-200 Level:  $669
    Standard Fees:   $150
    Departmental or Other Fees:   VARIES

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