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Connected Courses

Fall 2021

Anthropology

  • Archaeology: Unearthing History (214-0)
    • Faculty: Melissa Rosenzweig
    • TTh 11a-12:20p
  • Topics in Anthropology: Political Ecology (390-0)
    • Faculty: Melissa Rosenzweig
    • TTh 9:30a-10:50a
  • Environmental Justice: Past, Present, and Future, Topics in Anthropology (390-0-25)
    • Faculty: Kacey Chandler Grauer
    • TTh 12:30p-1:50p

Chicago Field Studies

  • Field Studies in Environment Science, Sustainability (387-0)
    • Faculty: Jayme Collins

Communications

  • Climate Change Communication, First Year Seminar (294-0)
    • James J Schwoch
    • TTh 2p-3:20p
  • Media, Communication, and Environment (383-0-20)
    • Faculty: James J Schwoch
    • MW 2p-3:20p

Earth and Planetary Sciences

  • The Ocean, The Atmosphere and Our Climate (106)
    • Faculty: Neal Blair
    • TTh 9:30a-10:50a plus lab
  • Earth System History (203)
    • Faculty: Matthew Hurtgen
    • MWF 12p-12:50p
  • Contemporary Energy and Climate Change (342)
    • Faculty: Yarrow Axford
    • TTh 11:00a-12:20p

Economics

  • Introduction to Microeconomics (20-0)
    • Faculty: Sara Hernandez-Saborit
    • TTh 12:30p-1:50p
  • Microeconomics II
    • Faculty: Scott Richard Ogawa
    • TTh 11a-12:20p

Environmental Policy and Culture

  • Political Ecology, Special Topics in Environmental Policy and Culture (390-0)
    • Faculty: Melissa Rosenzweig
    • MW 11a-12:20p

Integrated Marketing Communications

  • Consumer Insight (301-0)
    • Faculty: Judy U Franks
    • MW 1p-2:50p
  • Research for Marketing Communications (302-0)
    • Faculty: Martin Paul Block
    • TTH 11a-12:50p

Learning and Organizational Change

  • Culture and Cognition (214)
    • Faculty: Matthews
    • MW 11:20a-12:40p
  • Culture and Cognition-SESP Leadership Institute (214-BR)
    • Faculty: Vossoughi
    • MW 2:40p-4p

Pritzker School of Law

  • Environmental Advocacy Clinic
    • Open to Pritzker law students; registration through Pritzker law registration process is required.  Students engage in hands-on environmental advocacy on issues including sustainability, environmental justice, and natural resources protection.

Sociology

  • Introduction to Sociology (110-0)
    • Faculty: David William Schieber
  • The City: Urbanization and Urbanism and Urbanism (301-1)
    • Faculty: Albert Dale Hunter
  • Global Capitalism (324-1)
    • Faculty: Monica Prasad

Asian Languages and Culture

  • Masala: Food and South Asia, Introductory Topics in South Asian Literature and Culture (260-0)
    • Faculty: David Sol Boyk
    • MW 11a-12:20p

English

  • Lake Michigan & Chicago, First Year Seminar (101-6)
    • Faculty: Harris Matthew Feinsod
    • TTH 11a-12:20p

History

  • Global History: The Modern World (250-2)
    • Faculty Daniel Sepinuck Immerwahr
    • MWF 11a-11:50a
  • The Politics of Disaster Environmental History
    • Faculty: Lydia Barnett
    • TTH 11:20a-12:40p

Journalism

  • Native American Environmental Issues and the Media (367-0)
    • Faculty: Patricia Ann Loew
    • TTH 10:30a-12:20p

Geography

  • Economic Geography (240-0)
    • John Hudson

Mathematical Methods in the Social Science

  • Intermediate Microeconomics

Winter 2022

Earth and Planetary Sciences

  • Sustainability & Social Justice, Freshman Seminar (102-6)
    • Faculty: Dan Horton
  • Quaternary Climate Change: Ice Ages to the Age of Oil (342)
    • Faculty: Yarrow Axford

Spring 2022

Earth and Planetary Sciences

  • Earth Science for the 21st Century (101)
    • Faculty: Steven Jacobsen

Pritzker School of Law

  • Environmental Advocacy Clinic
    • Open to Pritzker law students; registration through Pritzker law registration process is required.  Students engage in hands-on environmental advocacy on issues including sustainability, environmental justice, and natural resources protection.
  • Environmental Law Colloquium
    • Open to Pritzker law community; registration for credit required through Pritzker law registration process; community members may attend individual sessions without registration.  Colloquium addresses a broad range of environmental, climate, and sustainability issues.
  • Animal Law
    • Open to Pritzker law community; registration for credit required through Pritzker law registration process; community members may attend individual sessions without registration.  Class addresses issues related  to animal law, agriculture, and climate.