Dec 01, 2023  
2023-2024 University Catalog 
2023-2024 University Catalog
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IGE 2150 - Ways of Doing: Culture, Society, Science, and Sustainability (3)

Explores industrialization and technology, science, and environmentalism in relation to human purpose in 19th, 20th, and 21st U.S. history and across various cultures. Topics include: processes of industrialization in 19th-century US history; gender, class, and race in science and technology in US history; scientific revolutions; constructions of science as a way of knowing, including ethnoscience; Native American struggles for land and life; environmentalism (environmental epistemology, justice, ethics, sustainability, and aesthetics); local, national, and global citizenship and justice. Inquiries are grounded in nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first-century U.S. and global history.

Prerequisite(s): IGE 121, IGE 122 , IGE 1100 , or IGE 1200 .
GE Area(s): C2, D1
Component(s): Lecture
Grading Basis: Graded Only
Repeat for Credit: May be taken only once
Course Category: GE Course
Note(s): 1st course of second IGE year. D1 and C2 at the completion of the second IGE year. Optional service fee for scheduled group activities.

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