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Course pages for previous academic year 2013 - 2014


AAAD

AAAD 130 - 005: Introduction to African American and Diaspora Studies (spring 2014)
AAAD 320 : Music In Africa (fall 2013)
AAAD 395 - 001: The Harlem Renaissance (spring 2014)
AAAD 460 : Race, Culture and Politics in Brazil (spring 2014)

AMST

AMST 089 : Native American Artists (fall 2013)
AMST 211 : Introduction to the American South: A Cultural Journey (spring 2014)
AMST 375 : Food in American Culture (spring 2014)

ANTH

ANTH 290 : Living Medicine (fall 2013)
ANTH 461 - 001: Colonialism & Postcolonialism: History & Anthropology (spring 2014)
ANTH 490 - 034: Common(s) Sense: An Anthropological Investigation of the Commons (spring 2014)
ANTH 490 - 064: Value, Production, and Exchange in East Asia (fall 2013)
ANTH 491 : Political Anthropology (fall 2013)
ANTH 578 : The Chinese Diaspora of the Asia Pacific (fall 2013)
ANTH 63 - 001: The Lives of Others: Exploring Ethnography (spring 2014)
ANTH 89 - 001: Saving the World? Humanitarianism in Action (spring 2014)

ARAB

ARAB 150 : Introduction to Arab Culture (fall 2013)
ARAB 477 : Sexualities and Homoerotic Desire in Arab and Muslim Societies (fall 2013)

ARTH

ARTH 054H : Art, War, and Revolution (fall 2013)
ARTH 155 : African Art Survey (spring 2014)
ARTH 157 : Intro to Latin American Art and Visual Culture (fall 2013)
ARTH 157 : Intro to Latin American Art and Visual Culture (summer1 2014)
ARTH 251 : Art in the Age of the Caliphs (fall 2013)
ARTH 258 : Chinese Art & Culture - from Han to Tang (spring 2014)
ARTH 282 : Modernism I (spring 2014)
ARTH 353 : Masks and Africa: Art, Ritual, Politics (fall 2013)
ARTH 363 : Medieval Buddhist Art (fall 2013)
ARTH 370 : Art in an Age of Revolution (spring 2014)
ARTH 391 - 001: Al-Andalus & Hispania: Architecture & Art in Early Medieval Iberia (fall 2013)
ARTH 451 : Women in Visual Art II (spring 2014)
ARTH 468 : Visual Arts & Culture in Modern and Contemporary China (spring 2014)
ARTH 473 : Early Modern & Modern Decorative Arts (fall 2013)
ARTH 514 : Monuments and Memory (fall 2013)
ARTH 554 : Imagining Otherness in the Visual Culture of the Americas (fall 2013)
ARTH 983 : Mexico City: 1890-1950 (spring 2014)

ARTS

ARTS 050 : The Artistic Temperament (fall 2013)
ARTS 101 : Idea and Form (Stein) (summer1 2014)

ASIA

ASIA 056 : Writing Women in Modern China (spring 2014)
ASIA 62 : Women and Spirituality in Turkey (fall 2013)
ASIA 691H : Honors Seminar in Asian Studies (fall 2013)

ASTR

BIOL

BIOL 101L : Introductory Biology Laboratory (spring 2014)
BIOL 201 : Ecology and Evolution (spring 2014)
BIOL 202 : Molecular Biology and Genetics (spring 2014)
BIOL 205 : Cellular and Developmental Biology (spring 2014)
BIOL 402 : Infectious Disease in the Developing World (spring 2014)

BIOS

CHEM

CHEM 241H : Modern Analytical Methods for Separation and Characterization (fall 2013)

CLAS

CLAS 089 - 001: The Politics of Persuasion in the Ancient and Modern Worlds (Prof. Luca Grillo) (fall 2013)

COMP

COMP 380 - 002: Computers and Society (spring 2014)

DRAM

DRAM 088 - 001: Drama 088 - 001: Ecology and Performance (Prof. Karen O'Brien) (fall 2013)
DRAM 117 - 001: Drama 117: World Drama (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (spring 2014)
DRAM 286 - 001: Drama 286 - 001 Modern Irish Drama (Prof. Karen O'Brien) (fall 2013)
DRAM 287 - 001: Drama 287 - 001: African American Theatre (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (fall 2013)
DRAM 287 - 01: Drama 287 - 01: African American Theatre (Prof. Kathryn Williams) (summer1 2014)
DRAM 288 - 001: Dramma 288 - 001: Theater for Social Change (Prof. Peter Friedrich) (fall 2013)
DRAM 298 - 001: Drama 298-001: Arican Women in Theatre (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (spring 2014)
DRAM 468 - 001: Drama 468 - 001: Lighting Design (Prof. Kathy Perkins) (fall 2013)
DRAM 85 - 001: Drama 85-001: FYS Documentary Theatre (Prof. Kathryn Williams) (spring 2014)

ECON

ECON 510 : Advanced Microeconomics (spring 2014)

ENGL

ENGL 053 - 001: English 053 - 001 FYS: Slavery and Freedom in African American Literature and Film (Prof. William Andrews) (fall 2013)
ENGL 089 - 002: First Year Seminar Special Topics- From Page to Stage (Prof. Heidi Kim) (spring 2014)
ENGL 089H - 001: READING AND WRITING WOMEN'S LIVES (fall 2013)
ENGL 105 - 017: Writing in the Humanities - ART (Bradford) (fall 2013)
ENGL 105 - 066: English 105: (Rogerson) Health Research (fall 2013)
ENGL 105 - 071: Writing in the Humanities - Art History & Visual Culture (Crystall) (fall 2013)
ENGL 105 - 073: Writing in the Humanities - Art (Bradford) (spring 2014)
ENGL 105 - 081: Writing in the Humanities - Art History & Visual Culture (Crystall) (fall 2013)
ENGL 105 - 087: English 105: (Rogerson) Health Research (fall 2013)
ENGL 105i : ENGL 105i Business Proposal Writing (fall 2013)
ENGL 105i - 016: English 105I-016: English Compostion and Rhetoric (Prof. Lee Norton) (spring 2014)
ENGL 105i - 100: Writing in the Humanities- Art (Geil) (fall 2013)
ENGL 122 - 003: English 122 - 003: Introduction to American Literature (Prof. Graham Culbertson) (fall 2013)
ENGL 123 - 006: English 123 - 006: Introduction to Fiction (Prof. Meagan Blair) (fall 2013)
ENGL 129 - 005: English 129 - 005: Contradictory Subjects: Nineteenth-Century American Women Writing Intersectionality (spring 2014)
ENGL 147 - 001: English 147-001: Mystery Fiction (Prof. Meagan Blair) (spring 2014)
ENGL 271 - 001: English 271 - 001: Mixed Race America: Race in Contemporary Race & Culture (Prof. Jennifer Ho) (fall 2013)
ENGL 284 : Reading Children's Literature (fall 2013)
ENGL 360 - 001: English 360-001: Contemporary Asian American Literature & Theory (Prof. Jennifer Ho) (spring 2014)
ENGL 444 - 001: Imagining the US Civil War (Prof. Eliza Richards) (spring 2014)
ENGL 489 - 001: English 489 - 001: THE NEW WARS (Prof. Neel Ahuja) (fall 2013)
ENGL 786 - 001: English 786: Introduction to Graduate Study in English and Comparative Literature (Prof. Mary Floyd-Wilson) (fall 2013)
ENGL 838 - 001: The Ninteenth-Century British Novel (Prof. Laurie Langbauer) (spring 2014)
ENGL 844 - 001: English 844 - 001: American Literature and Civil War Media Networks (Prof. Eliza Richards) (spring 2014)

ENST

ENST 370 : Agriculture and the Environment (spring 2014)

ENVR

EPID

FOLK

FOLK 560 : Southern Literature and the Oral Tradition (spring 2014)

FREN

FREN 371 - 001: FREN 371 17th & 18th Century French Literature (spring 2014)
FREN 372 : Survey of French Literature III (fall 2013)
FREN 375 - 001: FREN 375 Francophone Studies (spring 2014)
FREN 377 : Frenchness Since WWII (fall 2013)
FREN 388 - 001: FREN 388 The History of French Cinema (spring 2014)
FREN 615 - 001: FREN 615 Readings in Francophone Literatur (spring 2014)

GEOG

GEOG 115 - 001: Maps: Geographic Information from Babylon to Google (spring 2014)
GEOG 370 : Introduction to Geographic Information (fall 2013)
GEOG 420 : Global Geographies of Change (spring 2014)
GEOG 460 : Geography of Economic Change (fall 2013)
GEOG 491 : Introduction to GIS (fall 2013)
GEOG 541 : GIS in Public Health (spring 2014)
GEOG 591 : Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems (fall 2013)
GEOG 591 : Applied Issues in Geographic Information Systems (spring 2014)

GEOL

GEOL 202 : Earth System History (fall 2013)

HIST

HIST 089 - 001: Emperors, Courts, and Conscriptions: The Mughals of India (fall 2013)
HIST 177H - 001: Renaissance Voices (fall 2013)
HIST 260 : East Central Europe from the 18th Century to the Present (fall 2013)
HIST 262 : History of the Holocaust (fall 2013)
HIST 377 - 001: African American History Since 1865 (spring 2014)
HIST 381 - 01M: Bebop to Hip-Hop: The Modern Black Freedom Struggle Through Music (summer1 2014)
HIST 390 - 004: Kama Sutra: Love, Sex, and Politics in Early India (spring 2014)
HIST 398 - 001: Boom Cities: Urban Histories of a Modernizing Age, 1870-1914 (fall 2013)
HIST 398 - 002: Americans at War and Play: The Recreation Homefront of World War II (spring 2014)
HIST 398 - 003: Cultural Identities in Colonial America (spring 2014)
HIST 398 - 005: Domination and Resistance in American Slavery (spring 2014)
HIST 490 - 001: HIST 490-001 Military War and Gender (spring 2014)
HIST 571 : Southern Music (fall 2013)
HIST 691H - 001: Honors in History (fall 2013)
HIST 700 - 001: Thinking Historically (fall 2013)
HIST 89H - 002: Water, Conflict and Connection: the Middle East and Ottoman Lands (fall 2013)

INLS

INLS 200 : Retrieving & Analyzing Info (fall 2013)

JAPN

JAPN 384 : Women Writers in Japan (fall 2013)

JOMC

JOMC 101 : World of Mass Communication (fall 2013)
JOMC 141 : Professional Problems and Ethics (fall 2013)
JOMC 141 : Professional Problems and Ethics (spring 2014)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (fall 2013)
JOMC 182 : Introduction to Graphic Design (spring 2014)
JOMC 253 : Reporting (fall 2013)
JOMC 279 : Advertising and Public Relations Research (fall 2013)
JOMC 279 - 001: Advertising and Public Relations Research (spring 2014)
JOMC 279 - 002: JOMC 279: Advertising and Public Relations Research (fall 2013)
JOMC 279 - 002: Advertising and Public Relations Research (spring 2014)
JOMC 342 : Black Press and U.S. History (spring 2014)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (fall 2013)
JOMC 424 : Electronic Media Management and Policy (spring 2014)
JOMC 425 : Voice and Diction (spring 2014)
JOMC 428 : History of Broadcasting (fall 2013)
JOMC 428 : History of Broadcasting (spring 2014)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (fall 2013)
JOMC 431 : Case Studies in Public Relations (spring 2014)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (fall 2013)
JOMC 434 : Public Relations Campaigns (spring 2014)
JOMC 440 : The Law of Cyberspace (spring 2014)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (fall 2013)
JOMC 441 : Diversity and Communication (spring 2014)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (fall 2013)
JOMC 456 : Magazine Writing & Editing (spring 2014)
JOMC 490 - 005: Oral Histories of North Carolina Journalists (fall 2013)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics (fall 2013)
JOMC 551 : Digital Media Economics & Behavior (spring 2014)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (fall 2013)
JOMC 552 : Leadership in a Time of Change (spring 2014)
JOMC 560 : Medical Journalism (fall 2013)
JOMC 691 : Undergraduate Honors (fall 2013)
JOMC 701 : Research Methods (fall 2013)
JOMC 716 : Research Methods (MATC) (fall 2013)
JOMC 718 : Mass Communication Law (spring 2014)
JOMC 740 : Mass Communication Law (fall 2013)
JOMC 826 : IHC Colloquium: Assessing Social Media Campaigns (spring 2014)
JOMC 830 : Seminar in Public Relations (fall 2013)

KOR

KOR 150 : History, Memory, and Reality in Contemporary Korea (fall 2013)

LING

LING 558 : Mesoamerican Writing Systems (spring 2014)

LTAM

LTAM 697 : Migration, Community and Human Rights: Historical and Contemporary Persepctives (fall 2013)

MASC

MHCH

MUSC

MUSC 089 : Music in America During World War II (spring 2014)
MUSC 145 : Introduction To Jazz (fall 2013)
MUSC 145 : Introduction to Jazz (summer2 2014)
MUSC 146 : Introduction to World Music (spring 2014)
MUSC 163 : Jazz Improvisation: Using Finale in the Music Library (fall 2013)
MUSC 166 : Introduction to Composition: Using Finale in the Music Library (spring 2014)
MUSC 205 : Low Brass Studio (fall 2013)
MUSC 212 : Jazz Resources in the UNC Music Library (spring 2014)
MUSC 213 : Jazz Resources in the UNC Music Library (spring 2014)
MUSC 227 : Beginning Voice Techniques (spring 2014)
MUSC 227 : Beginning String and Band Techniques (spring 2014)
MUSC 234 : World Musics In Theory and Practice (fall 2013)
MUSC 263 : Jazz Resources in the UNC Music Library (spring 2014)
MUSC 355 : Soundtracks of the Black Atlantic (spring 2014)
MUSC 390H : Music and Politics (spring 2014)

NUTR

PHYS

PLAN

PLAN 053 : The Changing American Job (fall 2013)
PLAN 053 : The Changing American Job (spring 2014)
PLAN 057 : What Is a Good City? (spring 2014)
PLAN 590 - 002: Energy, Transportation, and Land Use (fall 2013)
PLAN 704 : Planning Theory (spring 2014)

PLCY

PLCY 061 - 001: Policy Entrepreneurship and Public/Private Partnerships (spring 2014)
PLCY 101 - 001: Making Public Policy (spring 2014)
PLCY 210 - 001: Policy Innovation and Analysis (fall 2013)
PLCY 210 - 001: Policy Innovation & Analysis (spring 2014)
PLCY 210 - 001: Policy Innovation and Analysis (summer2 2014)
PLCY 210 - 003: Policy Innovation & Analysis (fall 2013)
PLCY 210H : Policy Innovation and Analysis (fall 2013)
PLCY 210H : Policy Innovation and Analysis (spring 2014)

POLI

POLI 054 - 001: The American Worker (spring 2014)
POLI 412H : United States National Elections (spring 2014)
POLI 442 - 001: International Political Economy (fall 2013)
POLI 691H : Honors Seminar in Research Design (spring 2014)
POLI 692H : Honors Seminar in Research Design (fall 2013)

PUBH

PWAD

PWAD 486 - 001: National Security Decision Making (fall 2013)
PWAD 670 - 001: Challenges to Peace-Making in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (spring 2014)
PWAD 690 - 001: Seminars in Peace, War, and Defense (fall 2013)
PWAD 999 : UNC-IDB SSFP (Strategic Studies Fellows Program) (summer2 2014)

RELI

RELI 165 - 001: Mysticism (spring 2014)
RELI 185 - 001: Women, Gender, Islam (summer2 2014)
RELI 480 - 001: Modern Muslim Literatures (spring 2014)
RELI 700 - 001: Religious Studies: Theory and Method (fall 2013)

ROML

ROML 700 : Theories and Techniques of Teaching Foreign Languages (fall 2013)

RUES

RUES 710 : Core Colloquium (fall 2013)

RUSS

RUSS 273 : Russian Culture and Society, 1890-1917 (spring 2014)

SOCI

SOCI 089 - 001: Women, Work & Family (spring 2014)
SOCI 122 : Race and Ethnic Relations (fall 2013)
SOCI 251 - 001: Measurement and Data Collection (summer1 2014)

SOWO

SOWO 517 : Integrated Social Work Practice (spring 2014)
SOWO 919 - 01: Systematic Reviews & Introduction to Meta-Analysis (spring 2014)
SOWO 940 : Development of Social Intervention Models (spring 2014)

SPAN

SPAN 335 : La Comunidad Hispana (spring 2014)
SPAN 345 - 002: Contemporary Latin America: The Caribbean and the Southern Cone (fall 2013)
SPAN 375 : Spanish of the United States (fall 2013)
SPAN 414 : Basque Language and Culture I (fall 2013)
SPAN 680 : Adquisición del Español como Primera y Segunda Lengua (fall 2013)
SPAN 745 : Vanguards (fall 2013)

WMST

WMST 695 : WMST 695 Principles of Feminist Inquiry (spring 2014)