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Fall 2017
Jun 16, 2019
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GEOG 3860 - Animal Geographies (HS)
This course presents a variety of topics concerning the interactions between humans and animals, how humans influence and use animals, and the many roles animals play in human lives and environments. Animal Geographies lies at a meeting point between physical and human geography, where we must consider the blurring boundaries between what it means to be animal/human, and the implications of how animals are used and represented. A wide variety of perspectives, beliefs, and points of view will be explored. Prerequisite: Permission of department head.

3.0 Credit hours

Environment, Earth & Resources

Environment and Geography Department

Course Attributes:

Must be enrolled in one of the following Campuses:     
      Main (Fort Garry & Bannatyne)

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