Students at Bucknell can engage the Environmental Humanities through a range of current course offerings. For more information on these classes, find the associated faculty (listed in parentheses) here.

Department of English
English 120: Literature and the Environment (Siewers)
English 229/Environmental Studies 227: Ecopoetics (Waldrep)
English 241: The Green World (Siewers)
English 243: Elvish Writing (Siewers)
English 341/Environmental Studies 341: Ecocrticism and Ecosemiotics (Siewers)
English 319/Group Independent Study: Susquehanna documentary production (Siewers)

Department of History
HIST 114: Canada since 1860: Territory and Nationality (Campbell)
HIST 213: North American Environmental History (Campbell)
HIST 224: Eighteenth-Century North America: Territory and Nationhood (Campbell)

Department of Philosophy
PHIL 218: Ecology, Nature, and the Future (Slater)
PHIL 272: Philosophy of Biology (Slater)

Department of Religious Studies
RELI 226: Environmental Ethics (Antonaccio)
RELI 229: The Ethics of Consumption (Antonaccio)
RELI 230: End of Nature, Posthuman Future (Antonaccio)

Environmental Studies Program
ENST 206: Environmentalism and its Discontents (Stuhl)
ENST 207: American Environmental History (Stuhl)
ENST 243: Global Environmental History (Stuhl)
ENST 244: History of Ecology (Stuhl)
ENST 254: Environmental Humanities (Stuhl)
ENST 315: Cold Places (Stuhl)

Environmental Residential College course: Christianity and Sustainability.

Integrated Perspectives courses
UNIV 200: Climate Change: Science and Ethics (Slater)

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