History 227: Explorations in the History of Race and Ethnicity
Race and Environment in the History of the United States
A intensive three-week summer course from the University of Wisconsin–Madison Department of History exploring:
- how ideas about race and ideas about the natural world have overlapped and influenced each other
- how processes of racialization have reflected shaped people's material lives and experiences of the environment
- how racism has informed environmental politics and how environmental concerns have fit within movements for social and economic justice
Explore the syllabus here.
Listen to students' podcast projects below (forthcoming).