ENGC59H3: Literature and the Environment

This course introduces students to ecocriticism (the study of the relationship between literature and environment). The course is loosely structured around several topics: the environmental imagination in literature and film, ecological literary theory, the history of the environmental movement and climate activism, literary representations of natural and unnatural disasters, and climate fiction.

Any 6.0 credits or [SOCB58H3, and an additional 4.0 credits, and enrolment in the Minor in Culture, Creativity, and Cities]
Arts, Literature and Language