Technology, Society and Environment since 1800 (HIS2129)

Examination of the role of technology in social, economic and environmental change in industrial and "post-industrial" society.

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Midterms: 1
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Taught by: Jean-Louis Trudel Added on: Jan 27, 2017
Snooze Fest Midterms are Tough Prepare to Read

Trudel is dry and boring, making the class - which has possibilities of being interesting, as environmental history is a growing subfield - dry and boring.

I WOULD NOT recommend this course to others.

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