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Plants and Civilization course

Marose - William J. wjmarose at UMD5.UMD.EDU
Thu Sep 19 06:16:38 EST 1996


Mike--

Two possible texts are:

Seeds to Civilization: The Story of Food by 
Charles B. Heiser, Jr. It is published by W.H. Freeman and Co.  The 
second edition that I use  has a 1981 copyright date.  

The Green World:  An Introduction to Plants and People.  by Richard M. 
Klein.  Harper & Row, Pub.  1979


I was introduced to these texts in a Plants and Civilization Course that 
I took almost 10 years ago at Univ. of Maryland.  Unfortunately the 
instructor did not make tenure and has left for hopefully greener 
pastures.  The course was great.  If I can find the syllabus I'll send 
you a copy.  I currently use both texts as supplemental reading in a 
high school botany course that I have been teaching for 6 years.


Bill Marose
wjmarose at umd5.umd.edu
Archbishop Spalding High School
Severn, Md 21044


On 18 Sep 1996, Michael E. Held wrote:

> Dear Plant Folks:
> 
>         I have been requested to teach a course entitled Plants and
> Civilization at my college.  This course is for non-science students. I am
> writing seeking help:  could someone give me the name of a good text [or
> readings that are appropriate]. A syllabus from a similar course would also
> be appreciated.
> 
>         In advance, many thanks.
> 
> 
> Mike Held
> Biology
> Saint Peter's College
> Jersey City, NJ  07306
> 
> 
> 
> 



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