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BIOL 290 New Zealand Discipline-Based Cross-Cultural Course
Auckland, New Zealand
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BIOL 290: New Zealand Natural and Cultural History
This course introduces students to the complex interactions between human civilization and the biological and physical environment of New Zealand, the last major landmass on earth to be colonized by humans. We will investigate the mutual influence of sociocultural and environmental phenomena on the formation and maintenance of cultural identity by the Maori people in the context of the cultural of the whole country and understand the natural environmental from both a Western point of view as well as from the perspective of members of a nonwestern society. We will also examine the Christian heritage of the country as a whole. This course will fulfill general education core cross-cultural experience.
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