Fall 2019: God and Nature in America — COLA 1500-009
Tue. Aug 27, 2019 - Fri. Dec 6, 2019 (15 weeks)
Every Tuesday from 4:00 PM to 5:15 PM
This course examines how Americans have viewed the relation between God, nature, and themselves since the founding of the United States. We will examine what selected outdoorsmen and women considered to be "divine," "holy," or "sacred" and why they believed the way they did, among them John Muir and Annie Dillard. Our class will involve some outdoors time, a few short, two-page papers, discussion, and guests from such offices as Career Services, the Writing Center, and the Center for Undergraduate Research.
Instructor: Heather Warren (email@example.com)
Enrollment Requirements: 1st Year Arts & Sciences