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1- Literature and Social Justice - Honors (E 360S, LAH 350)

What do “humanitarianism” and “human rights” have to do with the humanities? In what ways can literature contribute to a consideration of these pressing questions in the early 21st century? In a globalizing cul... More
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Activist Research Practicum (ANT 324L)

In this upper-division seminar, designed especially for anthropology majors, students will learn the basics of anthropological research methods, and gain hands-on experience, from an "activist research" perspective. Cour... More
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Agenda 21: Sustainable Urbanism (ARC 386M)

This course will examine factors affecting the changing status of the 21st century city and the tactics used to mediate the effects of rapid urbanization by leaders in the environmental design professions. Key words: Lan... More
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American Dilemmas (URB 354; SOC 336C; WGS 345)

Examines a variety of critical American social problems, including problems in the economic, political, and health care systems, as well as inequities based on income, gender, and race. Three lecture hours a week for one... More
Research & Initiatives

An Augmented Risk Information Seeking Model: The Case of Global Warming

This effort argues for an augmented version of the relatively new Risk Information Seeking and Processing (RISP) Model, and subsequently applies this augmented RISP model specifically to environmental risk information se... More
Faculty & Staff

Angel, Jacqueline

At the LBJ School, Professor Angel teaches courses on policy development with respect to health care, population diversity with a special emphasis on Hispanic families, and inequality in an aging society. Her research in... More
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Animals and American Culture: Selected Historical Topics (AMS 370; HIS 350; TC 302; WGS 345)

One of the goals of this interdisciplinary upper-division undergraduate seminar is to explore the following question: What does the U.S. history survey look like if we place animals at the center of our analysis? This cl... More
Research & Initiatives

Applied Geomorphology and Geo-Archaeology Laboratory

The Applied Geomorphology and Geo-Archaeology Laboratory is designed for field study and laboratory analysis of soils, sediments, and archaeological materials. It is equipped with appropriate computer facilities. It supp... More
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Biogeography (GRG 366K)

Contemporary patterns of plant and animal distribution, and the environmental and historical processes affecting them. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing and three semester... More
Centers & Institutes

Brackenridge Field Laboratory

Brackenridge Field Laboratory (BFL) is a premier urban field research station for studies in biodiversity, ecosystem change and natural history. The lab is of critical importance to The University of Texas at Austin's to... More
Faculty & Staff

Bsumek, Erika

Professor Bsumek has written on Native American history, the history of the consumption and production of both manufactured and handmade goods in the United States, and on the history of anthropology. She has also co-edi... More
Faculty & Staff

Butzer, Karl

Environmental history and geoarchaeology, human impact on the environment, sustainability, soil erosion and climate change in the Mediterranean world, Africa and Mexico. More
Centers & Institutes

Center for Environmental Research (CER) at Hornsby Bend

The Center for Environmental Research at the Austin Water Utility's Hornsby Bend Biosolids Management Plant is a partnership formed in 1989 with the City of Austin, the University of Texas, and Texas A&M University to su... More
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Children's Environmental Health (GRG 356)

Each year, hundreds of chemicals are found in Americans of all ages, including lead, mercury, dioxins and PCBs. Studies have detected antibacterial agents from liquid soaps in infants' cord blood, breast milk, and childr... More
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Climate Change and Cultural Theory (ARC 386M)

Application of theories from philosophy, political ecology, science and technology studies, discourse theory, anthropology, and sociology in order to sketch approaches to climate change beyond the divisions of nature and... More
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Climate Change and Public Discourse-W (GRG 360E)

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Climate Change: Current Literature (GEO 391)

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Climate Systems Discussion (GEO 391)

This class helps advanced graduate students in climate to improve their critical reading of current literature, with topics emphasized changing from year to year. This year, the course is emphasizing the impacts of clima... More
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Climate: Past, Present, Future (GEO 302C)

Designed for nonscience majors. Principal factors that determine Earth's climate, evidence of climate change, causes of climate change, natural climatic variations and human-induced changes, prediction of climate in the ... More
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Communicating about Science and the Environment (COM 370)

Global Climate Change represents just one topic in one of the “hottest” fields in communication--reporting on science and the environment. Add in Austin and Texas’ intricate environmental challenges--from water sup... More
Research & Initiatives

Communicating Science, Health, Environment, and Risk (ComSHER)

The members of ComSHER are dedicated to the pursuit of high quality mass communication scholarship and high academic and professional standards for mass communication education - particularly as these relate to science c... More
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Communication and Social Change (CMS 340K)

This class examines the complex process of social change by investigating the connection between social change agents and rhetoric. Here we will examine both theories of social change as well as case studies of advocacy ... More
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Community Development: History and Current Practices (CRP 385C)

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Cultural Ecology (GRG 331K; ANT 324L)

Long-term patterns and processes of conversion of planet Earth to the human home, including the emergence of humans, the achievement of control over the food supply, the emergence of civilizations, and globalization. Thr... More
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Culture and Food (NTR 316)

Influence of culture on foodways around the world. More
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Customer Strategy (MKT 382)

Today, businesses have recognized the power of deep, creative understanding of customers, and the financial benefits of creating systematic responses to customer needs throughout the enterprise and beyond. Successful com... More
Faculty & Staff

Davis, Janet

Dr. Davis' research interests include U.S. cultural and social history; popular culture; social thought; animal studies; women’s and gender history; U.S. social movements; and modern South Asia. Dr. Davis teaches on an... More
Research & Initiatives

Decadal to Century-Scale Climate Variability in the Southeast Asian Monsoon

Although past variability in the Asian and Indian monsoons have been relatively well-studied, changes in the southeast Asian monsoon is much less well-understood. To address this deficiency, we propose to study a series ... More
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Difficult Dialogues: Framing Sustainability (UGS 302)

The word ‘sustainability’ is a wod that has been over-used – perhaps even depleted of meaning. However, the idea of sustainability can be an emotionally charged trigger, particularly during times of economic and st... More
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Ecology, Evolution and Society (BIO 301M)

Designed for nonscience majors. Introduction to environmental adaptations, diversity of organisms, species interactions, organization and processes of communities, population growth and limitations, evolution and populat... More
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Economic Development and Social Change (SOC 395D)

This seminar aims to provide a general introduction to the field of economic development and social change. It will cover both macro sociological and micro sociological issues: economic development, the organization of ... More
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Ecosystem Services, Equity and Justice (CRP 383)

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Research & Initiatives

Ecosystem-Climate Interactions in the Tropics on Orbital Timescale

Ecosystem change plays a critical role as a feedback mechanism in the global monsoon systems yet little is known about the role of these feedbacks on glacial-interglacial timescales. Drill cores collected from deep sedim... More
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Energy and Society (TC 357K)

An overview of energy and its role in culture, economics, war, and international affairs. Introduction to quantitative concepts in energy, including the differences among fuels and energy technologies. More
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Engineering Professionalism (CE 171P)

The objective of this course is to present the fundamental non-technical aspects of civil, architectural and environmental engineering practice so that you develop an appreciation for the need to balance the demands of e... More
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Environmental Communication (PR 378)

This course focuses on public opinion/attitudes and communications campaigns related to the environment. This elective is offered periodically. More
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Environmental Economics (ECO 384N.1)

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Environmental Ethics (PHL 325C)

This is a course on environmental philosophy with a focus on environmental ethics but also treating epistemological issues. Much of the course will be a survey of major problem areas including intrinsic and instrumental ... More
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Environmental Fiction and Criticism (E 379R)

This course examines recent fiction and film in which environmental debates loom large. The following questions motivate our study: How do literature, film, and cultural theory shape environmental issues? Are there more ... More
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Environmental History (HIS 392)

This one-semester introduction to environmental history will examine some of the recent literature of environmental history. It will survey various theories and methodologies currently being used to write environmental h... More
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Environmental History of North America (HIS 350R; AMS 329; URB 353)

This one-semester introduction to the environmental history of the United States will examine some of the recent literature of environmental history. As with the field itself, this course will focus on human interaction ... More
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Environmental Journalism (J 349T, J 395)

Global Climate Change represents just one topic in one of the "hottest" fields in journalism--reporting on the environment. Add in Austin and Texas' intricate environmental challenges--from water supply and quality, to i... More
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Environmental Law (LAW 441L )

This course surveys environmental law in the United States from its roots in the common law to the explosion of legislation and regulation that emerged in the 1970's and continues through the present. More
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Environmental Law: Survey (LAW 341L)

This course surveys environmental law in the United States from its 19th century roots in the common law to the explosion of legislation and regulation that began in the 1970's and continues through the present. Beyond g... More
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Environmental Philosophy (PHL 388)

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Environmental Policy and Ethics (CRP 383; LAR 382K)

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Environmental Policymaking (PA 383C)

Since the pivotal National Environmental Policy Act was enacted in 1970, environmental priorities in the US have waxed and waned as the nation's politics see-sawed with changes of administrations. After a decade of relat... More
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Environmental Science Professionalism II (EVS 151)

The purpose of this 1-credit seminar is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of science communication and engage in exercises designed to build their own communication skills. More
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Environmental Sociology (SOC 321K)

The course provides an overview of the ways humans and the natural environment interrelate. The course investigates the ways human social patterns and ideologies shape the environment, and how the environment shapes our ... More
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Environmental Sustainability (GRG 396T)

What is sustainability science? How does sustainability relate to intergenerational equity, climate change, economic development, and the global commons? We will approach these topics through the lens of the most current... More
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Foundations of International Relations and Global Studies (IRG 320F)

This course is designed to provide foundational knowledge in a particular subject area related to international relations and global studies, providing a link between the introductory course (IRG 301) and capstone semina... More
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Foundations of Social Justice (SW 381S )

This course is based on the following assumptions: 1) membership in a population-at-risk group (e.g., people of color, women, gay and lesbian persons) significantly influences an individual’s life experiences, world ... More
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Gender and Migration (GRG 396T; LAS 388; WGS 393)

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Geo-Archaeology and Environmental History (GRG 382K; ANT 382N)

Long-term ecology as reconstructed from settlement and land-use histories. Empirical case studies in environmental history from the Mediterranean region, the Near East, and Mesoamerica. Applications to degradation, deser... More
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Geoclimatology (GEO 371)

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Geographic Information System and Global Positioning System Applications in Earh Sciences (GEO 327G)

For geological sciences majors only. Theory and practice of geographic information system (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies, and their applications to problems in earth sciences. Laboratories and fie... More
Degree Plans & Curricula

Geographical Sciences Track - Environmental Science (BS)

Students in the Geographical Sciences Track within the Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science degree program make their academic home in the Department of Geography and the Environment within the College of Liberal... More
Degree Plans & Curricula

Geography and the Environment (MA/PhD)

UT houses the oldest doctoral program in geography in Texas (the second oldest in the Southwest). Graduate students work closely with their supervising professors to develop individualized, original research projects. Mo... More
Faculty & Staff

Gilbert, Dorie

Dr. Dorie J. Gilbert is Associate Professor of Social Work and African & African Diaspora Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Her teaching, research and community service center around her focus on evidence-bas... More
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Global Environmental Literature and Film (E 360S)

"Global Environmental Literature and Film" (E360S) approaches the environmental issues facing states, corporations, and individuals through Anglophone literature and film from the US, Africa, South Asia, South America, a... More
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Global Indigenous Issues (ANT 324L; LAS 324L)

This course explores contemporary issues of indigenous peoples throughout the world. Today, even as virtually all nations in the world have voted in favor of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, Indigen... More
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Globalization, Conflict, Resistance (GRG 387D)

This course will explore the nuts and bolts of globalization in its economic, political, cultural and geographical entirety. We will delve into theories from all sides of the globalization debate – through a seminar fo... More
Faculty & Staff

Green, Penny

Classical Sociological and Modern Evolutionary Theory, Globalization, Widening Income Inequality More
Faculty & Staff

Hayward, Mark

Mark Hayward's primary research interests center on the influence of life course exposures and events on the morbidity and mortality experiences of the older population. Presently, he is involved in several studies focus... More
Faculty & Staff

Holleran, Michael

Historic Preservation; History of Urban Design & Development; Vernacular Landscapes; Water History More
Faculty & Staff

Houser, Heather

Heather Houser is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin. She received an M.A. and Ph.D. in English from Stanford University, and a B.A. from Reed College. Her first book is Eco-Sickness: Env... More
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Human Exploration and Exploitation of the Sea (MNS 367K; GEO 367K)

Review of the history of ocean exploration including major oceanographic expeditions. Discussion of current topics in ocean exploration and exploitation of marine resources, the impact of resource exploitation on biologi... More
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Indigenous Rights & Autonomy in Mexico (ANT 324L)

This course will examine the historical experience and current struggles of indigenous people in Mexico. We will address the relationship of indigenous people to colonial powers and the post-Independence and post-Revolut... More
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International Sustainable Social Development (CRP 381)

This course responds to the increasing interest of our graduate students in working with nongovernmental organizations in international community development. The course offers a conceptual framework for sustainable soc... More
Faculty & Staff

Kahlor, LeeAnn

Dr. Kahlor’s primary research interest is in health and environmental risk communication with an emphasis on information seeking and processing. She has won awards from the International Communication Association and t... More
Faculty & Staff

Knapp, Gregory

Gregory Knapp's research, books, and teaching focus on culture, environment, and change, especially in Latin America. He has long been interested in resource stewardship as conditioned by institutions, cultural goals, an... More
Degree Plans & Curricula

Landscape Ecology and Biogeography Track - Geography and the Environment (BA)

The Landscape Ecology and Biogeography Track, within, the Bachelor of Arts degree program in Geography, studies the changing distributions of plants, animals, and ecosystems. It can be applied to study the conservation o... More
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Lara, Fernando

Fernando Luiz Lara is a Brazilian architect with degrees from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (BArch, 1993) and the University of Michigan (PhD, 2001). Prof. Lara's interests revolve around Latin American 20th cen... More
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Latin American Environmental History and Sustainability (UGS 303)

Topic description: Within the context of present day debates about sustainability, course presents an overview of Latin America's environmental characteristics and the long-term history of human uses of environmental opp... More
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Life Through Time (GEO 405)

The history and development of life, and the processes of change from the early Precambrian era to the present. Three lecture hours and two laboratory hours a week for one semester. Normally offered in the fall semester ... More
Research & Initiatives

Millennial-scale Climate Variability in New Zealand Maar Lakes

While the evidence for northern hemisphere-wide propagation of millennial-scale climate events during the last interglacial is well documented, the evidence in the mid to high latitudes of the southern hemisphere, partic... More
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Mineral Resources, Society, and the Environment (GEO 341)

Nature and origin of mineral resources; their discovery, extraction, and uses; and their relationship to global history, economics, and the environment. Three lecture hours and one laboratory hour a week for one semester... More
Faculty & Staff

Moore, Steven A.

I teach design and courses related to the philosophy, history, and application of sustainable technology. In my research I employ the related fields of the Philosophy of Technology and Science and Technology Studies (STS... More
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National Parks and Protected Areas (GRG 336C)

The history, purpose, and meaning of national parks (and preserves, refuges, and other publicly protected natural areas), from their inception at Yellowstone in 1872 to their present global distribution. Emphasis is on k... More
Faculty & Staff

Nonaka, Angela

My scholarship examines and engages with issues of linguistic diversity, language endangerment, bio-cultural diversity, and sustainability. There are between 4,000~6,000 extant languages, at least 50% of which are predic... More
Faculty & Staff

Oden, Michael

Economic Development Planning; Regional Theory; Applied Planning Methods; Housing Policy More
Research & Initiatives

Opportunities and Obstacles For Television Weathercasters to Report on Climate Change

The schism between researchers and some television weathercasters on the subject of global change was one of several research motivations for a recent national survey of AMS weathercasters sponsored by the National Envir... More
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Our Global Backyard: Environment, People, Science, and Technology (UGS 303)

Understanding the pressures on the world's environments and people is of paramount importance to maintaining global resources for current and future generations. Many of the most challenging environmental conflicts today... More
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Paleowetlands in the Southwestern United States - Archives of Paleohydrological Conditions During Past Glacials

Despite the large number of studies of past climate change in the northern hemisphere mid to high latitudes, there are relatively few continuous records of past climate variability from the arid southwestern US. In colla... More
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Philosophy of Science: Decision Theory and Practice (PHL 386)

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Political Ecology (GRG 387G)

An introduction to the history of development theory, economic globalization, studies in the history of science, issues of social justice, and critical studies of environmental history. Three lecture hours a week for one... More
Centers & Institutes

Population Research Center

The Population Research Center (PRC) is an interdisciplinary research and training unit of the University of Texas at Austin (UT) that provides infrastructure support services and project development support for a very p... More
Research & Initiatives

Pre-Industrial Land Use and Anthropogenic Climate Change

An ongoing research collaboration that seeks to quantify the climatic impacts of pre-European and post-European contact land use change in the Americas. Current research seeks to reconstruct land use change using paleoco... More
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Principles of Environmental Conservation (GRG 339C)

Environmental conservation issues, focusing on the factors that control the production and consumption of environment-based resources. Three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Upper-division standing. More
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Professional Development Seminar (EVS 151)

Examines the fundamental, nontechnical aspects of environmental science and sustainability practices. Focuses on the use of interdisciplinary communication for addressing and assessing environmental science processes, th... More
Research & Initiatives

Public Understanding of Science and Health (PUSH)

PUSH is a research and teaching initiative of the College of Communication with the mission to improve the public's understanding of - and engagement with - science and health topics. PUSH aims to facilitate relationship... More
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Quaternary Landscapes (GRG 335C; GRG 385C)

This course is an introduction to the changing physical and biotic landscapes of the Earth over the past two million years, with an emphasis on environmental change during the late Pleistocene and the Holocene (the past ... More
Faculty & Staff

Randall, D'Arcy

Dr. Randall's Engineering-Education research focuses on critical thinking, inquiry-based learning, and engineering ethics. Her literary research focuses on poetry and poetics, Australian Literary History, and creative wr... More
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Regional Planning and Governance (CRP 385C)

Planning theory and practice have experienced a notable renaissance over the past 15 years. One area of innovation involves planning across boundaries at the regional or metropolitan scale under the rubric of "the new re... More
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Religion, Environment, and Society (GRG 356T; REE 345; RS 373)

The ongoing ‘ clash of civilization’ in the modern world derives in part from profound differences in religious systems and traditions, environmental attitudes and societal norms and taboos. Over the course of the se... More
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Reporting on our Changing Environment: Australia (J 346F; J 362F; J 395; GRG 356)

The environment varies tremendously from place to place, and it is conceptualized very differently among individuals and cultures. According to research, environmental stories are consistently among the most important an... More
Research & Initiatives

Rescuing Science from Politics: Regulation and the Distortion of Scientific Research

Rescuing Science from Politics debuts chapters by the nation\'s leading academics in law, science, and philosophy who explore ways that the law can be abused by special interests to intrude on the way scientists conduct ... More
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Research in Paleoclimatology (GEO 394)

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Resource Management / Recycling (CRP 383)

Resource Management and Recycling (CRP 383) provides students a working knowledge of the history, trends, conflicts, and opportunities presented by the growing resource and solid waste crises. The class focuses on achiev... More
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Roots Of Social/Economic Justice (SW 460K )

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Rosen, Arlene

Environmental archaeology, Prehistory of the Near East and China, origins of agriculture, climate change and society, phytoliths, geoarchaeology. More
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Sarkar, Sahotra

Sarkar sees his primary role, in and out of the academy, as one of capacity building. He’s been a pioneer in introducing the mathematical and philosophical tools of decision theory and game theory to the realm of biodi... More
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Sletto, Bjorn

Geographic Information Systems, Latin American planning and development, participatory planning, environmental and social justice, social theory. More
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Society, Nature, and Technology (ARC 386M)

Architects have tended to tell the history of their discipline as either the succession of styles or as the succession of theories. In both these views of architectural history, technological choices are understood to be... More
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Sonnier, Garrett

Dr. Sonnier research focuses on Bayesian Methods and Brand Management. In his class Environmental Issues in Marketing he addresses the integration of knowledge from industrial organization theory, environmental and resou... More
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Speed, Shannon

Dr. Speed's research interests include human rights, indigenous rights, gender, Mexico, and activist research in Latin America and Chiapas. Her courses address issues of sustainability as it relates to development, envir... More
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Steiner, Frederick

Dean Steiner has worked with local, state, and federal agencies on diverse environmental plans and designs. These activities include analysis of watershed level growth management for the upper San Pedro basin on the U.S.... More
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Sustaining a Planet (UGS 303; GEO 302P)

Overview of the three main pillars of sustainability: economy, societal equity, and environment. Examines sustainability and the environment from the perspective of multiple disciplines. Three lecture hours and one and ... More
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Texas Energy Policy (GEO 391; PA 672; PA 682)

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Texas Water Law (LAW 397S)

This course will look at the major constants and changes in Texas Water Law. More
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The Archaeology of Climate Change (ANT 324L)

Modern Western Society is not the first to be impacted by and pushed to the brink by a changing climate. The anthropology and archaeology of past societies world-wide provide innumerable examples of societies which have ... More
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The End of Nature (GRG 396T; GER 394C; ANT 394M; AMS 391; GEO 391)

From Silent Spring to the Death of Environmentalism: an introduction to the history of environmentalism and recent approaches to cope with the challenge of climate change. More
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The Sustainability Penalty

Despite the widespread attention that sustainability and ethical consumerism is receiving sales of sustainable products (i.e., those with a beneficial social and/or environmental impact) still represent “only a small f... More
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Theatre For Social Change (SW 360K)

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This Human World: An Introduction to Geography (GRG 305)

This course introduces students to a wide range of topics that will be presented from a human geography lens. These ‘lenses’ include the geographical subfields of; economic geography, social and cultural geography, p... More
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Topics in United States History: Building America, Engineering Society and Culture from 1867-1980 (HIS 317L)

This course looks at roughly 100 years of building in American society. It will focus on the ways in which politicians, architects, engineers, construction workers, naturalists, environmentalists, novelists, filmmakers a... More
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Torres, Rebecca

Rebecca Torres has worked in diverse topics related to rural development and reduction of poverty in Latin America and in the Southern United States. Her research includes migration, agricultural change, and touristic de... More
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Twentieth-Century U.S. Social Movements (AMS 390; HIS 385)

This graduate seminar explores how people collectively have rallied for social change in the United States in the decades following World War II. Analyzing the concept of “social movement” from a historical perspecti... More
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Vertical Studio: PARA_SITES (ARC 393)

The redevelopment and re-vitalization of the downtowns of our cities play an important role in the promotion of more sustainable living habits. In an effort to increase urban density, infill construction, additions, and ... More
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Vertical Studio: Sustainability and Desire (ARC 393)

It may be that construction and program - that is, technology and desire - chicken and egg endlessly in architectural design, but the argument could be made that, when it comes to actually committing to building, desire ... More
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Water Law (LAW 376L)

Is water different from every other kind of property? Why have distinct regimes of control and allocation evolved around the water resource? What values and interests are judges and legislatures advancing as they constru... More
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Water Law & Policy In The 21st Century (LAW 397S; LAW 279M )

This course is centered on current issues involving the allocation, use, and conservation of water. These will be viewed through the lens of the principles and the legal and policy-based responses that are beginning to c... More
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Wilderness in American Culture-W (AMS 311S)

From clear-cutting in old growth forests to backcountry camping in isolated mountain ranges, Americans have imagined and interacted with "wilderness" in multiple ways: as a howling desert, a source of lumber and valuable... More
Faculty & Staff

Wilson, Barbara

Wilson oversees the research, educational and community outreach programs at the CSD. Her background in grant writing and sustainable community development inform her work facilitating the many projects underway at the C... More
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Wilson, Kristopher

Dr. Wilson's scholarly research analyzes press coverage of climate change, factors that influence global warming reporting, and public (mis)understanding of mediated science. His peer-reviewed work has been published in ... More
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Wilson, Patricia

Dr. Wilson is interested in civic engagement and dialogue; community development; and sustainable social development. She teaches international development, public participation, and conflict resolution skills. Her resea... More