HUMN 317 - S091: Animal Ethics + Creativity

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This Spring 2022 iteration of the course focuses on our relations with nonhuman animals, and the ecologies we share in this age of climate change, species extinction and habitat loss due to anthropogenic forces. The course integrates critical thought with an exploration into new forms of compassionate and respectful representation in visual, auditory and text-based forms. Readings are offered from a range of disciplines: critical animal studies, ethics of care, ecofeminism, naturalist studies, ecopoetics, indigenous methodologies, fiction. The course explores how students can integrate learning in this territory with their own creative practices.



Completion of 51 credits

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ONLINE course. TOPIC - see website for details.
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Jan 10-Apr 23
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