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Africana Studies 239/Environmental Studies 239: Environmental Justice & Sustainable Development in South Africa
Johannesburg, South Africa (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:  
This program is currently not accepting applications.
Fact Sheet:
Prerequisites: Consent of Instructors Program Type: J-Term 2
Max. Enrollment: 20 Academic Dept: Africana Studies, Environmental Studies
No. of Credits: 4 All College Req(s): None
Immersion: IS-Internatonal Studies
Program Description:


Joy Conrad (Modern Languages & Literatures); Emily Neal (Center for Sustainable Communities)
Course Description: 
In this course, students will explore the environmental, political, and ethical issues raised by both development and conservation projects in South Africa and the competing priorities they reflect. Students will examine the complexities of environmental justice and sustainable development within the context of rapid economic growth in a nation with a legacy of social inequality. The course will cover topics related to energy and water rights, conservation, resource extraction, and urbanization and will include a visit to a wild life reserve as well as a service learning project in a rural community. Please note: this course does not fulfill the Intercultural (INTCL) requirement.
Estimated Cost: $4,500 - $4,850
Estimated Add'l Meal Costs: $300
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