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Religion and Ecology in Native North America (Connors)

Course Title

Religion and Ecology in Native North America Religious Studies 193/Environmental Studies 189

   
Instructor(s)

Course and Web Site designed by Sean Connors
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Religious Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara

Under the supervision of
Ines Talamantez
Associate Professor
Department of Religious Studies
University of California, Santa Barbara

   
Discipline

Religion; Environmental Studies

   
Subject(s)

Religion, Ecology, Native American Studies

   
Pedagogical Level

Undergraduate

   
Date

Spring 1999

   
Special Notes

All the syllabi materials for this entry are in the attached PDF file. If you experience any difficulties with this PDF file, you may view the syllabus in its entirety from the website listed below. To do this, click on the website address, choose “Religious Studies 193: Religion and Ecology in Native North America,” choose the “Syllabus” tab, and view either the “Short Syllabus” or the “Extended Syllabus.” We recommend that you view the “Extended Syllabus” which you can download for later viewing.

Additional information on this topic is posted on the University of California, Santa Barbara website: http://uweb.ucsb.edu/~smc

 

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