In the English Landscape

HIST, HORT, LA 45000 (3 credits)

offered in Maymester, May 18 – June 11, 2020

An in-residence, integrated exploration of the land,
science, religion, the landscape arts and economics
of 16th to 20th century England
 
 

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(Instructor-Leaders)

 

Prof. Mike Dana, Horticulture
765-494-5923 <dana@purdue.edu>
205A HORT (Horticulture Building)

Prof. John Larson, History
765-494-4127<larsonjl@purdue.edu>
225 UNIV (University Hall)

Collin Schnakenberg, History
417-229-6202<cschnak@purdue.edu>
405 REC (Recitation)

 

 
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