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ANTH 077 PZ - Great Revolutions in Human History?


The Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions compared. This seminar examines and compares the complex changes in human existence known, respectively, as “the agricultural revolution” and the “industrial revolution.” Topics include: (i) the received understanding of each of these “revolutions” in “developmental” or “social evolutionary” terms; (ii) the environmental history of each; (iii) how these two historical complexes have been framed as similar, despite divergences in their forms and structures, in terms of independent invention, diffusion, and sustainability. This course is cross listed as HIST 077  PZ.

Prerequisite(s): ANTH 011  PZ or HIST 011  PZ.
Instructor: D. Segal
Course Credit: 1.0


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